Eugenol: What is it?
“Educate Yourself on Eugenol: A Must-Know Before Purchasing Clove Oil”
Eugenol, or clove oil:
- Eugenol is the major constituent [70% to 90%] in the aromatic oil extract from cloves (Syzygium aromaticum).
- Extracted from cloves, used as flavoring in foods and teas and as an herbal oil.
- Topically treats toothache, less commonly used orally for GI and respiratory issues.
- Please Note: High doses or overdose of eugenol (clove oil) can cause severe liver damage. Consult your doctor for proper dosage and if you have any medical conditions.
What does it do?
Eugenol exhibits diverse activities such as antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antioxidant effects.
- Clove oil is a natural pain reliever with anti-inflammatory properties, providing an alternative to chemical pain relief options.
[Tip: For mild body pain drink warm water sip by sip.]
- Clove oil serves as a natural option to alleviate mild mouth or tooth pain. Furthermore, consuming clove oil can lead to poisoning.
- Clove oil has anti-fungal properties and is beneficial for the skin.
- It can be used to address various skin issues, including scars, spots, and blemishes.
- Regular use of clove oil may help reduce the appearance of these skin concerns by a significant percentage.
More Diverse Uses From Ancient Times
- Breath Freshener: Clove oil is commonly used as an ingredient in mouthwash liquids to help treat bad breath.
- Clove essential oil is praised in Ayurveda for its calming effects in aromatherapy, promoting overall well-being and healthier skin.
- Clove Oil is also known to prevent the appearance of fine lines, making for a wonderful anti-aging ingredient.
Different Ways to Use Clove Essential Oil
- Aromatherapy Massage Oil
- Anti-itch Cream Ointments
- Room Freshener
- Perfumes & Soap Making
- Relaxing Bath Oil
- Maintains Scalp Health
- Relief from Acne
- Repels Insects
- Relief from Toothache
- Comfort from Chilly Nights