Clove Bud oil

Clove Bud

Clove Bud (Clove) comes from Indonesia and Madagascar. Cloves can be found in the form of pink flower buds, which have not been opened from the clove tree. Clove Bud is hand picked, at the end of summer and picked again in the winter. After picking, the buds are dried to brown, then the buds are left intact, then pounded into seasonings, for cooking ingredients, or distilled with steam to produce essential oils

Zanzibar Island (part of Tanzania) is the largest producer of Clove Bud in the world. The other largest producers include Indonesia and Madagascar. Unlike other spices, Clove Bud can grow throughout the year. The main component is eugenol, which makes the Clove Bud aroma strong

The benefits of Clove Bud oil are that it can improve blood circulation, overcome inflammation, deal with zits, deal with dental problems, and gums, improve the immune system, overcome breathing problems, and digestion

Blends:

Basil, Bergamot, Cinnamon Bark, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Nutmeg, Sweet Orange, Peppermint, Rose, Rosemary, Ylang Ylang

 

Clove Bud oil use :

Relief pain

Pour 3 drops of Clove Bud oil, with 1 tablespoon of Carrier oil, mix it, then apply it to the affected part of the body, to relieve muscle pain, and joint pain 

Foot Soak

Pour 5 drops of Clove Bud, 11 drops of Tea Tree, 4 drops of Geranium, and 20ml of Almond oil, into a dark glass bottle. Beat the bottle to mix well. Pour 1-2 teaspoons of the mixture into a container to soak the feet. After that, soak your feet for 30 minutes (2% dilution)

Digestive problem

Pour 2 drops of Clove Bud oil with, 1 spoon Carrier oil, mix, then smear on your stomach, while in massage - massage, to overcome digestive disorders

Steam inhalation

Pour 2 drops of Clove Bud oil into a bowl of hot water, cover your head with a towel, then bring your face above the bowl. Close your eyes, and breathe in the steam, to relieve phlegm and break down mucus

Healing wounds, cuts, bruises, & athlete's foot

Pour 2 drops of Clove Bud oil, with 1 tablespoon of Jojoba oil, mix, then apply on the cuts, scratches, bruises, and water lice, to help accelerate wound healing

Immunity Boosting Diffuser blend

Pour 2 drops of Clove Bud, 2 drops of Lemon, 1 drop of Cinnamon Bark, 1 drop of Eucalyptus, and 1 drop of Rosemary into your Diffuser. Breathe in the aroma, this mixture works to improve your immune system

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