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Organic clove essential oil is very powerful. It has analgesic, anti-infectious and anti-parasitic properties and is also known as a general stimulant for the body in cases of great fatigue. 10 ml bottle.
Clove essential oil - Eugenia caryophyllus
Family : MMyrtaceae
Certification : Essential oil from controlled, certified organic cultivation, 100% pure and natural, uncut, undeterpenated. It is certified by Ecocert France (FR-BIO-01).
Part of the plant used : air-dried flower buds, also known as nails.
Method of obtaining : Distillation
Origin : Madagascar
Yield : It takes 100 kg of flower buds to obtain 13 kg of essential oil of clove. The very high content of clove oil (150 millilitres per kilogram and more in the dry plant), allows this exceptionally high yield.
Native to the Indian Ocean islands, the clove tree is an evergreen tree about ten metres high with smooth yellow-brown bark. Widely used in the culinary arts and in liqueur making, cloves were once used to preserve meat and fish and were long considered a panacea. The essential oil has a powerful, spicy odour and a more or less brownish yellow colour. It is an ingredient of choice in the dental and perfume industries.
It has a pungent smell and a spicy fragrance. It is one of the most widely used spices (cooking, pastries, liqueurs, etc.). The Eugenol it contains is used in dental anaesthesia. This is why its smell immediately brings to mind the dentist's chair. Antiviral, antibacterial, antiparasitic and anti-inflammatory properties.
These analgesic, anaesthetic and antineuralgic properties will help to relieve all oral problems. Its beneficial action on digestion will stimulate the appetite, combat nausea and intestinal fermentation, facilitate the expulsion of gas and freshen bad breath. Its tonic and stimulating action will help you in case of physical or intellectual fatigue and memory loss. Its fragrance has the property of cutting hunger and has often been used to support the long hours of religious fasts.
*The chemotype is the identity card of the essential oil, its chemical composition defined by chromatographic analysis. The same plant can have several compositions depending on the place and the variety. A chemotype depends on a property, an odour and a taste.
The main components of clove essential oil are eugenol and caryophyllene.
Allergens naturally contained in this essential oil : Eugenol
Stimulates appetite, digestion, toothache, gum pain, bad breath, general fatigue, memory loss.
Main : Analgesic, Major anti-infective, Broad spectrum anti-fungal, Anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant, Antispasmodic.
Secondary : Antiplatelet, Calming and sedative, Pediculicide, Acaricide.
May irritate sensitive skin. Do not use pure clove oil on the skin (eugenol is dermocaustic). Not recommended during the first 3 months of pregnancy. Contraindicated if taken at the same time as anticoagulant medication.
Essential oils are powerful natural substances and should therefore be used with care. Even if essential oils have been used since Antiquity, their mode of use and the precautions for use are often poorly known. Many books deal with essential oils. It is therefore advisable to refer to it to find out about the traditional modes of use.
As an indication, some examples of use
To stimulate the body's natural defences, dilute 1 drop of clove essential oil in a teaspoon of honey or vegetable oil, once or twice a day (recommended daily dose). Maximum daily dose: 2 drops, i.e. 0.08 ml.
For your oral hygiene : Dilute a few drops in a natural dispersant (which allows you to dilute the essential oil), then add to half a glass of water. Use as a mouthwash.
To relieve gingivitis, toothache or mouth ulcers : In this case, you can apply the undiluted essential oil directly with a cotton bud, but without prolonged contact.
In cooking : 1 drop daily to flavour your dishes (soups, stews and marinades).
As an appetite suppressant : Mix 60 drops of clove essential oil and 60 drops of Ceylon cinnamon in a brown glass bottle. Uncork it and take 5 deep breaths to cut short the desire to eat.
You can use clove essential oil as an inhalant for its tonic and stimulating action. In fumigation, to purify oily skin. A few drops in a bowl of hot water.
Clove essential oil is irritating to the respiratory tract, so remember to dilute it between 5 and 10% in other essential oils (5 to 10% clove + 90 to 95% other essential oils). It will act as a general stimulant when diffused. It will promote tonus and vitality, particularly in cases of fatigue.
To fight against dust mites, mix 90 drops of clove essential oil, 90 drops of tea tree and 90 drops of lavender with 20 ml of modified alcohol in a spray bottle. Spray the preparation on surfaces where dust mites are present (mattresses, pillows, cushions, carpets, etc.). Leave for 1 hour and then vacuum to remove dead mites that remain a source of allergies.
An essential oil is made up of chemically defined molecules (about 10,000 listed) that have been secreted by special plant cells. It can consist of from one to several hundred molecules, which helps explain why some essential oils have many properties but different therapeutic effectiveness. To guarantee the properties necessary for effective aromatherapy, it is important that an essential oil is 100% pure and natural (not cut, not deterpenated, not mixed with alcohol or vegetable oils) and preferably organic. This is the case for the essential oils we sell. They are sold in tinted bottles with a dropper cap.
Go to the "Properties and characteristics of essential oils" file. Whether pure or mixed, you can use them in our different diffuser models. The information given on each essential oil is for guidance only. Beware of self-diagnosis, do not hesitate to consult an aromatherapist or any other recognised professional and read our special file "properties of essential oils"in our thematic files.
Essential oils are mainly used to help you treat many disorders. But be careful, even though essential oils are often extracted from edible plants, their concentrations mean that you have to be careful and respect their healing power. The use of essential oils is relatively simple and if you follow some basic rules, they will put their therapeutic genius at your disposal. Using essential oils has more advantages than disadvantages.
In our essential oil primer, you will find all the ailments for which clove oil is used in the blend :
Abscess, Dental abscess, Mites, Acne, Amenorrhea, Anti-wasps, anti-food moths, Anti-fleas, Anti-bedbugs, Mouth ulcers, Mouthwash, Bulimia, Dental caries, Appetite suppressant, loosening of theeth, Dental pain an extraction, Chilliness, Scabies, Gingivitis, Hygroma, Arterial hypotension, Impétigo, Memory problems, Paronychia, Toothhache, Wart.
WARNING : These properties, indications and methods of use are taken from reference books or websites on aromatherapy, hydrolatherapy and phytotherapy. They are regularly found there and many of them are confirmed by observations in scientific environments. However, this information is given for information purposes only, and in no way constitutes medical information, nor does it engage our responsibility. For any use of essential oils for therapeutic purposes, consult a doctor.
Since 2007, Direct Nature has specialized in the manufacture and distribution of essential oil diffusers in all forms and for all markets, becoming a key player in the French market.
Direct Nature also offers a range of pure and blended essential oils, certified organic or natural, made in France, as well as a wide range of body care products, certified organic or natural, with essential or vegetable oils, and finally a range of natural products for the home.
As a human-sized company, Direct Nature reconciles internal development and subcontracting to specialized partners in order to respond efficiently and reactively to requests in each of its fields of expertise.
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Très bonne huile
J'utilise pour le tonus en diffusion et contre les acariens, c'est bien efficace.