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Aromatherapy Benefits of Clove Oil - Where to Buy Clove Oil

Updated on November 5, 2012

Out of hundreds of healing herbal oils utilized in aromatherapy, clove oil has been the most prominent oil that has been searched, researched, and utilized several times by thousands of naturopathics all over the world. Do you know why? Clove oil has become so popular just because of its stimulating, invigorating, and antidepressant properties for the benefit of nervous system; anti-flatulence, antiemetic, and anti-bacterial properties for the benefit of digestive system; antiarthritic properties for the benefit of skeleton system; and anti-infective properties for the benefit of respiratory and dermatological system. Besides this, clove oil is good for immune system as it combats infection and maintains immunity against infection diseases. Clove oil has been famous for its strong aroma and spicy flavor that when applied for aromatherapy purposes gets deeply penetrated inside the body parts killing the infection and curing the disease at the same time. Cloves are not new and they have been used and appreciated since ancient times as a tasty spice in food adding flavor to our favorite dishes. There are different cultures around the world, which have included cloves in their delicious recipes on a weekly basis. Of course, these cultures also know about the medicinal properties of essential clove oil and use this as aromatherapy on a frequent basis for treating many types of ailments naturally.

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The scientific name for clove is Eugenia caryophyllus. Cloves belong to the family of Myrtle or Myrtaceae dicotyledon plants. Some prominent plants namely guava, Myrtle, allspice, feijoa, and eucalyptus belong to this family.

All these plants are woody and are famous for their essential oils. A clove tree is an evergreen tree, which takes about 20 years to come to its full development but it keeps producing fruit for up to 50 years of age. It grows up to 12 to 15 meters of height.

The leaves of clove tree are quite similar to those of Laurel plants. A regular clove flower has up to 5 petals and a number of stamens.

The basic element of the fruit is situated below the flower and not in its womb so when it reaches full maturity, the calyx becomes the crown.

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History and Symbolism of Cloves in the World of Natural and Alternative Health

Clove’s name comes from Latin word “clavus”. For many centuries, the clove tree has been used in traditional medicine for treatment of various medical ailments. It had been so much famous and prestigious that people of Spice Islands or island of the moluccas planted one clove plant to celebrate the birth of each and every child. It was believed by them that if the tree will flourish, it is auspicious for the baby who always wore a necklace made up of cloves as a protection against disease and evil spirits. Also, the medicinal values of clove have been popular among Romans, Greeks, and Chinese. They also used to chew raw clove to fight bad breath and applied clove oil to the affected tooth for relieving chronic toothache.

Cloves have been used by ancient naturopathics as an antiseptic and they also used clove oil to prevent infectious diseases. It is also believed that when Dutchmen cut the clove in the island of Moluccas, many epidemics occurred there. Then, the clove became popular and an important spice imported by French and Portuguese. At that time, clove became also popular in India due to its special digestive properties and spicy aroma. Nowadays, clove is used at a large scale for pharmaceutical and cosmetic purposes as an antiseptic and bactericidal mainly in the form of clove oil, clove toothpaste, and clove mouthwash.

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Benefits of Clove Oil

  • In aromatherapy clove oil is used for the nervous system to facilitate memory with use of clove oil massage and application of clove oil during bathing. Invigorating and stimulating antidepressant properties of clove oil make it a king of aromatherapy essential oils.
  • For digestive system, clove oil relieves flatulence, vomiting, nausea, intestinal spasms, diarrhea, and parasites with the use of clove oil massage and compresses.
  • For the immune system, clove oil aromatherapy is beneficial to prevent and help relieve respiratory infections with the use of clove oil inhalation and vaporization.
  • Also clove oil is good arthritis and treatment of rheumatism with the use of essential clove oil massage and application while bathing.
  • Clove oil is also beneficial for treatment of skin infections including wounds, lacerations ulcers, lesions, etc. with the use of clove oil.
  • Clove oil is good for oily skin.
  • Clove oil is beneficial in treatment of acne.
  • Clove oil is good for earache.

Clove Oil Vaporized Inhalation soothes the mind and soul both at the same time.
Clove Oil Vaporized Inhalation soothes the mind and soul both at the same time.
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Tall and lengthy clove tree
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    • soni2006 profile imageAUTHOR

      Rajinder Soni 

      8 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Thank you so much for your comment lxxy.

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      lxxy 

      8 years ago from Beneath, Between, Beyond

      Nice! I feel vindicated for my clove-cigarette smoking over the years, but now I have every reason to start putting some good spice into my food.

      Truly appreciate the tip--definitely a topic I've yet to find!

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