10ml, 25ml, 50ml, 100ml
warm, sweet and strong spice aroma
Steam (dried flower buds)
eugenol, eugenyl acetate, b-caryophyllene
anti-microbial, antispasmodic, digestive support, joint and muscle support, circulation support
|Country of Origin||
Indonesia, Sri Lanka
Clove bud can cause irritation and sensitisation to the skin and mucous membranes so use sparingly in tropical blends. Always use diluted and at a very low dilution rate (maximum topical dilution rate 0.5%). Due to its high content of Eugenol, Clove should be avoided with babies and children, those with compromised liver function or blood clotting disorders, in pregnancy and breastfeeding. Not to be taken. Keep out of reach of children.
The warm, sweet, piquant aroma of clove buds immediately reminds me of my favorite drink for frosty winter days – mulled wine. I only use three spices – cloves, cinnamon and allspice.
Heritage Clove Bud Oil is very delicate with a subtle scent. I love mixing it with sweet citruses – orange, tangerine, clementine – to create cozy diffuser blends. Clove oil is a popular toothache remedy. I recently experienced it myself – in two days the inflammation of the tooth root passed after using clove oil together with sea buckthorn extract. Now I always keep the bottle close at hand.