Clove oil has been getting used for decades by dentists as a means to maintain healthy gums and teeth. It is also used as a flavoring agent in candy and baked good to promote the same qualities. Its antioxidant and antibacterial qualities have been used to regulate a healthy cardiovascular system and to fight free radicals.* Its warming qualities do wonders when combined with a carrier oil and massaged into the skin. It can relieve cramped and sore muscles. Its appealing scent can be used in a diffuser as a means to calm a stressful mind or to unwind after a long day. It also tastes great when added to baked goods or other savory dishes that have similar earthy and spicy flavors.
- Dilute into a tea or other hot beverage, and drink regularly to promote cardiovascular health and toxin-free body*
- Add a drop to toothpaste, and brush teeth and gums for a healthy mouth*
- Use a diffuser and inhale to feel calm and relaxation
Directions for Use
- Aromatic: Add three to four drops to a diffuser of your choice before inhaling.
- Topical: Combine a drop or two with a carrier oil before applying to skin. Add it to toothpaste before brushing teeth.
- Internal: Dilute each drop with four ounces of water before consuming in food or beverages.
- Has purifying qualities, which can maintain teeth and gum health*
- Antioxidant properties promote cardiovascular health*
- Adds a spicy note to baked goods and Indian cuisine
- Warm, spicy, earthy, musky
- Steam distillation
Clove is generally safe to use both internally and externally on the body, but it can irritate sensitive areas if applied directly. Always use a carrier oil when applying it topically. Always dilute each drop with four ounces of water before consuming. Don’t replace any prescribed medication with clove oil.