CLOVE/EUGENIA CARIOPHYLLUS – 10 ml pure whole clove essential oil for internal use.
High quality, undiluted, concentrated essential oil from fresh organic vegetable sources.
Carefully extracted by steam distillation, the traditional method of isolating the beneficial compounds from the flower buds of the Eugenia Cariophyllus plant.
The essence of the plant is extracted in a controlled manner, in its pure, active and unadulterated form, without solvents, additives, preservatives or artificial flavors.
Although nowadays cloves are a tasty spice used in culinary delicacies all over the world, in ancient times, the spices originated from just a few islands in the Indonesian archipelago.
Over the centuries, they came to have an inestimable impact among the nobility of Western Europe, representing a symbol of aristocracy and abundance.
The first mention of the cloves is found in the Chinese literature, around the 11th century BC, when the spice called hi-sho-hiang (“bird’s tongue”) was used by the court officials who, before appearing before their sovereign, were obliged to chew cloves.
Cloves were used more in medicine than in food preparation. They were prized for their ability to treat a wide range of ailments, from intestinal problems, diarrhoea and vomiting, to dental pain and abscesses.
In traditional Ayurvedic medicine they were consumed for their amazing ability to treat colds, asthma, indigestion, vomiting, toothache, laryngitis, low blood pressure and impotence.
In Europe in the Middle Ages, due to the arduous trade, conditioned by difficult distances, spices were so expensive that they became a luxury good that only the upper class could afford.
As the 11th and 12th centuries progressed, the popularity of Asian spices grew, spurred on by those who returned from the Crusades enchanted by the rich cuisine of Constantinople.
Christopher Columbus himself left the Old World in search of the Myrrh Islands, the source of the aromatic spice, when he stumbled across the West Indies, and Ferdinand Magellan returned from his expeditions with tons of cloves, covering the cost of his voyage.
Today, the evergreen clove tree is widespread in tropical climates around the world, where it is cultivated not only for the aroma of its flower buds, but also for the health benefits they provide.
Harvesting the cloves is carried out with great care and patience, when the flower buds are mature but have not yet had time to open.
After harvesting, the harvesters separate the buds from the stem and leave them to dry for a few days in the sun, after which they are steam distilled in a controlled environment.The miraculous buds produce up to 20% volatile oil, whose main phytoelement is eugenol, responsible for the characteristic smell and aroma, as well as bioflavonoids and vitamins.
Clove oil benefits (internal administration):
Clove Oil is recommended in:
- Digestive disorders;
- Dental infections.
It may be combined with: Essential oils of Frankincense/Boswellia sacra, Boswellia serrata, mint, rosemary, lemon, grapefruit and sweet orange.
» For internal use, diluted with honey or edible oil:
Adults: 2-3 drops twice a day. The dose is mixed in a teaspoon of honey (diabetics: a quarter teaspoon of edible oil). Use for 7-14 days.
It may be repeated after a 2-week break.
» For internal use in empty vegetable capsules:
Administration in capsules allows a better assimilation of the oils, as they go directly into the stomach where they act at the gastric level. Open an empty vegetable capsule, introduce the essential oil with the syringe/dipper together with the edible oil as indicated on the leaflet, and close the capsule. It is recommended to swallow the capsules immediately
» For external topical use, diluted:
In order to avoid any discomfort, dryness and irritation of the skin, or even the rapid evaporation of the essential oils, it is recommended to apply them together with an almond or argan oil. In massage therapies, it is recommended to use diluted in oils with a firmer consistency. Do not apply on open wounds, irritated skin or sunburn. Test in advance
a small amount on an area of skin.
» Aromatherapy, inhalations:
It is used in ultrasound diffusers and aromatherapy lamps. Cold inhalations are recommended for relaxation, or hot inhalations (1-3 drops).
Packaged in glass container with dripper for:
- obtaining a controlled dosage
- avoiding the volatilization of the oil on contact with the air
- not to be compromised by external organic matter
- To be protected against air, light, humidity and high temperatures.
|100% pure natural essential oil of Clove (Eugenia Cariophyllus).||10 ml|
STORAGE CONDITIONS: at room temperature, away from light and humidity.
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