Clove Bud Essential Oil

620 EGP

Used in dentistry since the 19th century, clove bud oil is probably best known for its ability to manage tooth pain. However it also relieves muscle and joint pain, benefits respiratory health, and has numerous benefits to the skin. The invigorating scent diminishes anxiety and mental stress, boosts focus, enhances concentration, and is a powerful aphrodisiac.

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Benefits of Clove Bud Essential Oil

Used in aromatherapy:

  • Manages anxiety, mental stress and nervous energy; 
  • Uplifting and invigorating; 
  • Renews confidence;
  • Enhances concentration;
  • A strong aphrodisiac. Relieves potency and frigidity;
  • Boosts the immune system to fight off viruses including the common cold, flu and pneumonia;
  • Enhances heart health. Dilates major arteries in the body while also lowering blood pressure.

Applied Topically:

  • Treats tooth pain when applied to the tooth by numbing the nerves in the mouth for 2-3 hours. Reduces swelling and inflammation and addresses infections. Can also diminish the bacteria which causes tooth decay; 
  • Can bring anesthetic pain relief by suppressing sensory receptors at the point of application. Also relieves nerve pain;
  • Used as a chest rub to suppress spasmodic cough and reduce inflammation. Ideal treatment for asthma and bronchitis;
  • Gentle warming action relieves muscle and joint pain. Also increases blood circulation. Indicated in the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis and any muscle ailments; 
  • Soothes itching and burning associated with allergic reactions such as to poison ivy;
  • Relieves fungal infections;
  • Cleanses the pores of impurities, kills the acne killing bacteria S. aureus, and addresses pain and inflammation, to treat and deter acne;
  • Promotes an even skin tone. Acts as an exfoliant, and reduces the appearance of scars, blemishes, pigmentation and stretchmarks;
  • Has a tightening effect to reduce sagging skin, and reduces fine lines and wrinkles;
  • Stimulates the quick healing of wounds, cuts and damaged skin. Can help with corns; 
  • Indicated in the treatment of scabies;
  • A compress applied to bunions can reduce pain and discomfort;
  • Deters insects including mosquitoes, and relieves any bites;
  • Stimulates the scalp, alleviates itching, dryness, dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis. Increases blood circulation and helps to strengthen the hair roots, diminishing hair fall.

Other uses:

Mouthwash: Add a couple of drops to some water. Inhibits bacteria causing tooth decay and plaque, slows dental erosion and tooth decalcification, maintains healthy gums, and eliminates bad breath. 
Cleaner: An effective mould remover. Use in the bathroom or damp areas to clear any mould, bacteria and odours.

Note: Essential oils are extremely potent and must always be diluted in a natural oil (such as almond, coconut, grape seed, jojoba oil) before application to the skin, scalp or hair). Ratio: 1 drop to 5ml oil.
Do not ingest.

Application of Clove Bud Essential Oil

For aromatherapy: add a few drops to a diffuser or oil burner.
For sleep disorders: use a diffuser; add to water and spritz on the pillow and sheets; apply topically to the soles of the feet, wrists and temples; or add a few drops to a warm bath.
For the treatment of fungus: topical application to the affected area.
For treatment of wounds: topical application to the affected area.
For skin and hair care: apply topically. Or add a few drops to moisturiser, body lotion, shampoo, etc.
For massage: 3 drops in 15-20 ml of base oil

Basic Properties of Clove Bud Essential Oil

Aphrodisiac, Anaesthetic, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, carminative, expectorant. 

Extraction Method: Steam distillation

Parts Used: Dried flower buds

Aroma: Sweet and spicy

Additional information

Weight 0.150 kg
Bottle Size

50 ml


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