Extracted from the clove tree, clove bud pure essential oil is a superpower and a great addition to your essential oil collection. Native to the Philippines but enjoyed throughout Australia, clove oil is rich and spicy with warm and woody characteristics – it smells as good as it treats common ailments. Clove bud oil has a myriad of uses, from fighting skin infections to reversing cellular oxidation as well as relieving respiratory disorders.
This oil energises and invigorates your skin, and truly delivers a mouthful of dental benefits. Clove bud oil also aids in the temporary relief of dental pain. Due to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, if you’re suffering from a toothache or gum tissue disease, you can use also clove bud oil for teeth.
However, that’s not all: clove bud oil can also be used for safe mould removal and pest control. Due to its natural fungicidal, herbicidal and insecticidal properties, it is safe for organic agriculture but doesn’t produce any harmful effects on the environment due to it being an essential oil.
Great around the home, on your skin or in the diffuser: buy clove bud essential oil now and enjoy the many benefits of this oil in Australia. Whether for organic skincare or to treat around the home, add clove bud pure essential oil to your collection today.
How to use this product
Spritz Refreshing and reviving to both skin and mind. HOW: Choose 3 essential oils. Add a total of 5 drops to a 100ml spritz bottle filled with water. Shake well before spritzing the face and surrounding air. Avoid the eye area.
Syzygium aromaticum 1mL/mL
MOULD REMOVAL: To clean mould naturally add 5 drops of Clove Bud to 1litre of water and spray bathroom tiles. Leave for 10mins, wipe off and repeat.
Temporary analgesic for toothache
Clove oil has analgesic, antiseptic and antibacterial properties. I always have a bottle of clove oil at home just in case I’m waiting for a dental appointment and I’m experiencing pain. I apply a small amount of clove oil on the gums near the painful tooth. I also take medication for the pain. The clove oil creates a temporary numbing sensation until the medication starts to work. Sometimes the clove oil is more effective than at other times, but this probably relates to the cause and severity of the pain.
For anyone considering using clove oil for the temporary relief of toothache, be warned that its taste and numbing sensation can be slightly unpleasant.
If you are in any doubt if clove oil is suitable for a dental condition, please check with your dentist before using it. I assume that clove oil is not recommended for babies and children.
I tried using clove oil for some mould in the shower but it didn’t work. I’m not sure why the clove oil didn’t work because many people have success with it.
Perhaps I didn’t use enough of the oil, I didn’t wait long enough for the oil to work, or I didn’t scrub the mouldy area thoroughly enough.