Color/Consistency: Clear Pale Yellow with Thin Consistency
Aroma: Warm, Spicy, Woody, Pepper, and Candy-like
Perfumery Note: Middle
Main Chemical Components: Eugenol (78.75%), Eugenyl Acetate (12.16%), trans-beta-Caryophyllene (6.41%)
The anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of Clove Bud Essential
Oil make it useful in preventing and even repairing various types of
skin damage. Also, thanks to its antibacterial compounds, clove bud oil
acts to stop the spread of bacteria that cause acne.
Relief for toothache...
For centuries, clove bud oil has been a folk remedy used to treat
toothache, and now the pain-relieving effect of Clove Bud Essential Oil
has been backed up by modern science. In addition to its pain relief
properties, clove bud oil also has a powerful antimicrobial activity to
help prevent the spread of bacteria that contribute to dental problems.
Warming and uplifting...
The familiar aroma of Clove Bud Essential Oil conjures up memories and
associations of home. Not surprisingly, clove oil is commonly used to
relieve physical and emotional stress, and allow positive and warming
emotions to develop.
NOTE: Clove Bud Essential Oil needs to be highly diluted (at less than 1%) if being used topically, due to its high eugenol content.