Clove Bud

Clove Bud (Syzgium aromaticum L)


Origin: Indonesia 

Description: GRAS- Clove Bud Essential Oil is derived from the tree Syzgium aromaticum plant. It is a slender evergreen that grows up to 12 meters in height (approximately 36 feet). At the start of the rainy season, long buds appear. They change color over time and are beaten from the trees and dried. These are the cloves sold commercially. 

Common Uses: Clove bud may assist the respiratory system, toothache, pain, sore throat (2 drops in ½ c. water and gargle), infectious diseases (formerly used against the plague), memory deficiency, impotence, and infected wounds. Is anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-bacterial, antiseptic, anti-fungal, anti-tumoral, and anti-parasitic. Assists athlete”s foot, arthritis, rheumatism, sprains, colic, nausea, colds, flu, cancer, Hodgkin’s, dental infections, virus of the nerves (MS), cystitis, diarrhea, amoebic dysentery, viral hepatitis, bacterial colitis, cholera, sinusitis, tuberculosis, hypertension, thyroid dysfunction and fatigue. Clove bud is an effective agent for minor pains and aches (particular dental pain), and is helpful when battling flu and colds. 

Consistency: Medium 

Blends well with: Blends well with other spice oils, Citronella, Grapefruit, Lemon, Orange, Peppermint, Rosemary, and Rose. 

Aromatic Scent: Clove Bud smells spicy and rich like actual cloves. 

History: The word clove comes from the Latin word clavus, meaning nail, since the shaft and head of the clove bud resembles a nail. Cloves and nutmeg were among the most precious of items of Europe of the 16th and 17th centuries, and they were worth more than their weight in gold. 

Cautions: Clove Bud can cause sensitization in some individuals and should be used in dilution. It should also be avoided during pregnancy.

Clove Bud (ml)