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Clove is used in the Indian culture as an aromatic spice for seasoning and for medicinal purposes. Its particularly very effective against body pains. Cloves, known as the clove buds are popular globally due to its health benefits.


Clove oil is extracted from the buds and stems of the plant Eugenia caryophyllata through the steam distillation process. A handful of cloves is picked up and are dried and powdered to use in cooking or it is converted into the essential oil carrying the rich medicinal value. It smells like the dried clove but the fragrance is much stronger in the form of oil. Because of its strength, it allows the individuals to use in the diluted form and with caution. High-quality brand oil is suitable and safe for cooking or baking. This oil is used traditionally for digestive, respiratory, and immune support. Aromatically this clove oil is encouraging and promotes the healing of the person and stimulates the mind.


  • For promoting the oral health one drop of clove oil should be added to toothpaste
  • For soothing the teeth or gums, apply one drop of oil
  • Add 1 drop of oil in one glass of water and gargle for a soothing effect
  • During the winter time for boosting the immunity take a veg caps with oil


  • Helps soothe for gums and teeth
  • The cardiovascular health is supported
  • Oral health is promoted
  • Health problems such as indigestion, hiccups, motion sickness, etc. are addressed

Directions to use

  • Diffuser:Diffuses the oil throughout the room
  • Internal use:It can be inhaled directly for getting the courage
  • External use:The clove oil has to be diluted with carrier oil for massaging


Always perform the skin test before using the clove oil for knowing the sensitivities. If used in excess than it will lead to skin sensitization. Do not get in contact with nose, ears, and eyes

Aromatic description: Spicy, woody, rich, and warm

Plant part: buds and stem

Collection method: steam distillation

Main constituents: eugenol, eugenyl acetate and caryophyllene