Sku: 2652 Essential Oils
This oil has a stimulating dynamic that can be used to aid healthy memory process and complement assertiveness. It also has cleansing qualities to aid healthy gums and analgesic properties to support its use in the management of toothache. When diffused with an AromaLight or AromaStone into a sick room it will help to inhibit the spread of airborne germs....
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Description

This oil has a stimulating dynamic that can be used to aid healthy memory process and complement assertiveness. It also has cleansing qualities to aid healthy gums and analgesic properties to support its use in the management of toothache. When diffused with an AromaLight or AromaStone into a sick room it will help to inhibit the spread of airborne germs. Blends well with: Orange Sweet, Cedarwood Atlas and all Eucalyptus oils.

 

Uses:

  • Oral Health
    Clove Bud can be blended in the following ways: Toothache... 1 drop to 1ml of Sweet Almond oil and rub on the gum; 1-2 drops to a bowl of hot water, soak a small towel, wring out and place on the cheek. Replace the towel as required. Mouthwash... 1 drop of clove bud to water, stir and use 3-4 times a day (adults only).
  • Air Antiseptic
    Add 5 drops of clove oil daily to a diffuser as an air antiseptic in a sickroom. If the aroma is too strong, blend with pleasant smelling oils such as Spruce or Lavender.
  • Immune System
    To support healthy immune functions when there are colds, flu and viral infections about, diffuse a few drops into your living or working space.
  • Mental Alertness
    To support clear thinking and alertness diffuse into your working space.

Safety: Not suitable for use during pregnancy. Not recommended for children. Use with care as this oil may cause skin irritations. If ingested, drink milk. Avoid eyes, flush with water. Keep out of reach of children.Please note: Therapeutic plant oils are used to support natural body process for optimum health and wellbeing. The information here is NOT meant as recommendation for cure of any medical condition or disease.

 

Historical Info:

Clove buds have been used both as a spice and natural remedy for over 2000 years. Ancient Chinese would chew on the bud to freshen their breath, while in Europe cloves were valued for their medicinal properties and culinary uses. Cloves have been linked to antispasmodic, antiviral and antiseptic properties and have long been popular in home remedies for toothache and stomach ache and to disinfectant wounds. The spicy kick of cloves is said to energise, invigorate, and stimulate mental alertness and memory recall.Please note: the traditional uses listed here are for reference only and under no circumstances should they be taken as recommendations for cures or treatments for diseases or medical conditions. Therapeutic oils are used to support natural body functions and work in harmony with our body's physiology.

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