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Clove Bud - (Eugenia caryopjullata) back

Clove is evergreen tree growing tall up to 30 feet. Clove buds are the unopened, long, yellow green flower bud. They are harvested by beating the tree, a white coton is used to collect the harvest. They are sundried for a few days till a dark brown colour is achieved.

The essential oil: Clove bud oil is steamed distilled from buds, freshly distilled the oil is colourless with a slight tinge of yellow, ovetimes as it matures it turns to dark brown. The main constituent is eugenol, which is the best antiseptic.

Properties: Anti-infective & broad-spectrum antibacterial. Antiviral, antifungal, antiparasitic, antiseptic & General Stimulant. Neurotonic, hypertensive Slight Aphrodisiac, Stomachic, carminative, Immuno-stimulating.

Directions: Dental infection, toothache, tonsillitis, mouth infections. Viral hepatitis, viral & bacterial enterocolitis, malaria, amoeba, enterocolitis spasmodic. cystitis, salphingite, metritis, viral neuritis, neuralgia, Sinusitis, bronchitis, influenza, tuberculosis, Dysregulation thyroid, Rheumatoid arthritis, arthritis, rheumatism, Mycosis

External Use:
Mouthwashes: 3 drops in a glass of water.
Massage with Clove bud EO diluted (20% in vegetable oil) on the abdomen (stomach ache) and along the spine (fatigue).

Peppermint: anesthetic, antiviral
Tea Tree: Antibacterial
Niaouli: antibacterial, expectorant
Palmarosa: uterotonic, antibacterial
Chamomile: Sedative, antiparasitic

Specialties: Always use diluted in external use up to 20% in vegetable oil. Not recommended for pregnant and lactating women and children under 6 years.

Caution: Keep out of reach of children. Some oils are prohibited to pregnant women and children. Keep away from flame.