Clove Leaf Oil
There are many types of clove essential oil: those made from the buds (clove bud oil), leaves (clove leaf oil) and from the stems (clove stem oil) of Syzygium Aromaticum. Clove leaf oil is an essential oil steam-distilled from the Leaves of the clove. The clove tree is native to the Maluku island in Indonesia, also known as the Moluccas or he Spice Island.
Clove essential oil are widely used and well known for their medical properties. Traditional uses of clove oil include use in dental care as an antiseptic and analgesic, where the undiluted oil may be rubbed on the gums to treat toothache. You can also add one drop of Clove Bud oil to your toothpaste, which will promote clean teeth and fresh breath.
Eugenol is the ingredient within clove oil that provides pain relief. Eugenol has been shown to have inhibitory effects on oxidative stress and inflammatory responses, thereby helping defend against chronic diseases. Recent evidence even indicates that clove has potential anticancer properties due to its major active component eugenol.
The clove leaf oil is used by many companies in spray products and insect repellents. It is one of the essential ingredients of such products. Well, to get rid of insects and bugs, use products that contain clove leaf oil or save your money by using clove leaf oil available in your home. Apply clove leaf oil on your body so that bugs and mosquitoes don’t bite you. Cloves are also good for healing skin ailments such as itchiness, and also help in relieving the pain. To get rid of skin problems, you can mix clove oil or the juice squeezed bout from clove leaves into your lotion, creams, and scrubs. You can also massage by using clove oil but remember to add carrier oil into it.