Clove buds bio
The clove tree ( Syzygium aromaticum) is an evergreen tree and grows up to 10m high. It belongs to the myrtle family (Myrtaceae).His homeland is: Madagascar, Indonesia, Malaysia, Ceylon and Zanzibar. Clove buds come from the clove tree, which was originally native to the Moluccas.
The clove has been known as a spice in Europe since the Middle Ages. Carnation buds are hand-picked before they bloom; they are used as a condiment in Christmas cookies and curry mixes; In naturopathy, they are used for oral care and for cold and digestive complaints.
The Clove bud oil is somewhat milder and softer than the oil that is extracted from the leaves of the tree.
Un 1ltr. To produce oil you need about 50kg of material.
Mixes well with laurel, cinnamon , Pepper.
Before internal use, please consult specialist books, doctor or aromatherapist.
Caution: because of its uterine toning effect, clove oil is contraindicated during pregnancy. Pregnant women should definitely discuss the choice of a suitable pain reliever with their doctor / dentist.
Clove oil can irritate the skin and mucous membranes very quickly. At a dosage of up to 0.5%, however, it is well tolerated. If the oil is applied directly to the skin, it is therefore advisable to supplement the clove oil with a fatty oil, such as a good almond oil or an olive oil. This also has the positive side effect that these oils also care for the skin.
Physical effect: virus-inhibiting, antibacterial, circulation-promoting, anesthetic, pain-relieving, aids in : toothache, stomach ache, colds, um
Effect mentally : Strengthening, strongly stimulating, concentration-enhancing, vitalizing, refreshing, um
Ingredients: Eugenia Caryophyllus (Clove) Bud Oil * Org, Eugenol **, Geraniol **
* from certified organic farming
** natural components of essential oil