The contrast of sweet and spicy aromas and flavors found in Clove essential oil is very exotic and exciting.
Clove is not only a popular cooking spice, but is also highly favored for its numerous health benefits.
ORIGIN / EXTRACTION PROCESS The botanical used to create this oil was grown in Indonesia, and it was extracted by steam distillation.
Clove contains the largest antioxidant value of any oil, which helps protect cells from damaging free radicals.
It is also revered around the world for its anti-inflammatory properties. Clove diffuses well alone or with many other essential oils, making it a popular choice to keep on hand in homes, offices, and other spaces around the world.
- Helps protect cells from damaging free radicals
- Contains anti-inflammatory properties
- Diffuses well with other oils
Place a few drops of Clove oil on a cotton ball and swab in the mouth to promote oral and respiratory health
• Mix Clove, Orange, Tangerine, and Cinnamon oils in an Améo diffuser to create a wintery holiday scent
• Add 8-10 drops of Clove oil to 2 oz of Améo Fractionated Coconut Oil and massage into troubled areas to help soothe sore and achy muscles
• Diffuse Clove oil in an Améo diffuser, or rub into palms and inhale, to promote normal intestinal function
• Diffuse Clove, Cinnamon, Eucalyptus Radiata, Lemon, and Rosemary oils in an Améo diffuser to purify the air in your home, car, or office
• Diffuse Clove oil in an Améo diffuser to eliminate unpleasant odors—for example when cooking fish