Very powerful anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. Great for digestion.
- Country of Origin:Indonesia
- Plant Parts:Dried fruit, Flower buds
- Cultivation Method:Distiller is Certified Organic
- Note Classification:Middle
- Method of Extraction:Steam or Hydro Distillation
- Botanical Family:Myrtaceae
- Chemical Family: Phenols
- Extraction Date: Spring 2020
- Approx. Shelf Life: 6 Years
- Batch: cbud
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We also find clove bud essential oil to be very effective for sore throats. Not to use internally, but to apply a drop or two of clove bud is a bit of cream over the external throat area. Clove hydrosol is what you would use in a heavily diluted form for gargle NOT the Oil. She is highly antiseptic and is great to use in diffuser blends (low concentration) during cold and flu season.
Energetics and Chakras1st Chakra - survival and support, 2nd Chakra - relationships, creation energy, Purifying, Uplifting
Energetic, Spiritual, and Emotional Qualities of Clove Bud
- The very first recorded use of the clove was the Chinese between 220 - 206 BC. They used the clove to sweeten their breath by chewing it.
- During the Renassaince, Cloves were used to make Pomanders ( a container containing scented herbs) to ward off the plague
- In the Molucca Islands, a clove tree was planted each time a child was born leading to the abundance of the this spice.
- It was believed to be imbued with the magical powers of protection, love, and, burned as incense to attract financial abundance.
- It was thought that burning it as incense would stop others from gossiping about you.
- It also was used in exorcisms to expel evil spirits.
Therapeutic Benefits of Clove BudAnalgesic, Anti-bacterial, Anti-fungal, Anti-infectious, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-rheumatic, Anti-viral, Carminative, Digestive stimulant, Disinfectant, Energizing, Insect repellent, Stimulant, Stomachic, Vermifuge, Warming
Aroma-Chemistry of Clove Bud
The main chemical family for Clove Bud and Clove Stem Essential Oil and Clove Bud Co2 Select Extract is Phenols. Phenols are terminator oils. They are very powerful and highly anti infectious. The phenolic component that is high in clove is eugenol. Clove Bud Essential Oil had about 80% or so eugenol and about 9% Eugenol acetate. Clove Bud Co2 extract has a bit less eugenol and a bit more Eugenol acetate (20% or so). Clove Stem Essential Oil has a higher amount of Eugenol 92-96% percent and very little Eugenol acetate. Eugenol acetate if a component belonging to the chemical family ester. In general esters are highly anti spasmodic and relaxing.
Aroma of Clove BudSlightly sweet, Spicy, Strong, Warm
Blends Well With...Orange, Sweet Essential Oil, Ajowan (Bishop's Weed) Essential Oil, Basil, Sweet Essential Oil, Black Pepper Essential Oil, Cardamom Essential Oil, Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil, Cornmint (Wild Mint) Essential Oil, Galbanum Essential Oil, Ghandi Root Essential Oil, Ginger Essential Oil, Fresh Root, Marjoram, Sweet Essential Oil, Rose Otto Essential Oil - Bulgaria, Sugandha Kokila Essential Oil, Sagebrush, Big Essential Oil - Limited Reserve- Rare , Anise Star Essential Oil, Buddha Wood Essential Oil, Orange Essence Essential Oil, Peppermint Essential Oil, South Africa, Terebinth Essential Oil, Clove Leaf Essential Oil, Agarwood Subintegra Essential Oil - OUD - Vintage, Chia Seed CO2 Total Extract Organic, Sandalwood CO2 Extract - Vintage, Hops Essential Oil
Safety Information for Clove Bud
- Eugenol belongs to the Phenol chemical family. Phenols are potentially irritating components to the skin and mucous membranes, and they can cause dermatitis and sensitization. If phenols are present in high concentrations in the essential oil, the essential oil should be used in very low dilutions on the skin, diluted well in carrier oil, and only used for short periods of time.
- Phenol-high oils are skin irritating if used in a bath.
- Use in small amounts when blending phenol-rich oils for diffusing (no more than 10% of the pure essential oil blend).
- Phenol-rich oils should not be used on people with skin issues such as dermatitis, or on babies or children.
- Oils high in eugenol, thymol or carvacrol inhibits platelet aggregation, and are not to be used by people with blood clotting disorders, by people taking anticoagulant drugs such as aspirin or Warfarin, or before surgery. According to Tisserand, Holy basil may inhibit blood clotting, have skin sensitization effects & possible mucous membrane irritation.
- Suggested maximum topical use of eugenol is 0.5%. In small doses, eugenol can be liver-protective, however, in high concentrations, it is hepatotoxic and can cause tissue damage.
- Maximum dermal level 1.0% (based on 50.4% eugenol content with a dermal limit of 0.5%