Clove Essential Oil
How to Use Clove OilClove Oil, which has a wide and ancient usage area from aphrodisiac scent mixtures in ancient Iran to Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, purifies and renews the air of your environment in aroma lamps, diffusers and censers. It is preferred in massage oils used in aromatherapy massages.
For the skin, it is mixed with Rosemary, Lavender, Immortal Flower and Tamanu oils and helps to remove the appearance of skin pores and acne.
You can try Clove, Patchouli and Geranium oils to create a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere.
Clove, Cinnamon, Coconut and Rosemary oils are sufficient for an ancient aphrodisiac blend.
Clove Oil, which can be irritating when applied to the skin alone, should be diluted in the right proportions and used. You can check the Alfheim Essential Oil Dilution Chart before applying.
Contents100% Syzygium Aromaticum (Clove Bud Oil)
Clove Essential Oil BenefitsClove Oil benefits have been known for 2000 years. It has been used frequently in classical Chinese and Indian medicine. Clove Essential Oil is valuable for body care as it is antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and a strong antiseptic. It helps the skin to be purified and tightened. Clove Oil can be used for skin care and mental purification.
Why Use Clove Essential Oil?The use of clove oil dates back to ancient medical traditions. The oil, which provides valuable protection against infectious organisms in the bodily area, is also invigorating, mentally stimulating, increasing the clarity of the mind and strengthening the memory in the spiritual area.
Other Oils Compatible with SynergyIt blends well with Rose, Lavender , Sage , Bergamot , Laurel, Ylang Ylang oils. It has a sweet-spicy scent and a fruity fresh top note.
Does Clove Contains Essential Oil Additives?Pure essential oils should not contain chemical additives. All essential and fixed oils you buy from Alfheim Aromatherapy are additive-free and 100% natural.
Where Is Clove Oil Used?The use of clove oil, which is frequently used in the medical traditions to create aphrodisiac scent mixtures and to prepare preparations to support digestion, skin care and immunity, is still common today. Today, the use of pure Clove Oil is predominantly manifested in aromatherapy applications. Apart from this, it is preferred as a fragrance component in dental preparations, toothpastes, soaps, cosmetics and perfumes. It is one of the natural flavoring oils in the food industry.
Can Clove Oil Be Used On The Face?Clove oil should not be applied purely because of the eugenol component it contains. You can apply Clove Oil diluted with a carrier oil in the right proportions to your skin.
What Is Clove Oil Good For?Maluku Islands, the homeland of the Clove tree for 2000 years, had to struggle with serious epidemic diseases after the trees were destroyed by the colonists. In this sense, it provides valuable protection for our body. It is effective in removing acne. It is refreshing and supportive in the spiritual realm.
Warnings: For external use only. Store in a cool, dry place away from children with the lid closed. Children and pregnant women should consult their healthcare professionals before use. Clove Oil should not be used undiluted. Avoid contact with eyes and surroundings.