Clove Bud Essential Oil

Nourish your body and spirit with 100% pure Clove Bud Essential Oil, carefully steam distilled from Malukan Clove Buds.

  • Has a distinct sweet spicy aroma - Clove Bud Essential Oil warms your heart and comforts your soul - perfect to diffuse on a rainy-day
  • Naturally stimulating and uplifting - this beautiful perfume oil native to the Maluku Islands of Indonesia revitalises you when diffused on its own or when added in to a blend; it is also used to relieve symptoms of cold and flu 
  • Great for pain relief and is a natural antiseptic - Topically, this oil used as a breath freshener and to relieve tooth pains; it is used as a form of natural pain relief in TCM and Ayurveda; when used in a massage oil, it creates a warm feeling and relieves minor aches & pains
  • Organic, Sustainable and Ethically-sourced - this 100% pure, non GMO essential oil of Clove Bud comes with an easy to use dropper to ensure no wastage, no messiness; we use 100% Recyclable Packaging
  • High quality, GC/MS tested - all our essential oils are ethically produced and are free from pesticides or chemical fertilisers
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Description

Native to the Maluku Islands of Indonesia, Cloves were one of the top three spices traded and these islands came to be known as the Spice Islands to European traders. The English word “clove” actually comes from the French word for nail, “clou” - a fitting name considering the dried clove bud looks like a small nail!

Cloves have appeared in history dating as far back as 1721 BC and used by different cultures in different ways. As a herb, clove was prized for its intense sweet and warming flavour.

Whole dried cloves were valued for their pain numbing effect - chewing whole cloves was recommended as a folk medicine to relieve tooth pain. They also served as a breath freshener - according to records from 226 BC, anyone who spoke to Chinese Emperors were asked to chew cloves prior to speaking with the emperor.

The effects of clove buds, and later on, clove bud oil, were so well-known and widespread that they appear in many traditional remedies from around the world, including Ayurvedic Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine as a form of natural pain reliever. When massaged into the skin, clove oil creates a warm feeling and may relieve minor aches & pains.

Every essential oil unit comes in an amber frosted glass bottle with an easy to use dropper and includes a batch number & best before date. The Certificate of Analysis (CoA) and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) are available upon request.

icon-attributes Product Attributes

Ethically sourced

Water-soluble

Chemical fertilisers

Pesticides

Suitable for pregnant/nursing women

Organic

Non-GMO

Cruelty-free

Therapeutic grade

GC/MS Tested

icon-specifications Specifications

  • Botanical name: Syzygium aromaticum
  • Family: Myrtaceae
  • Aroma: Spicy
  • Plant part: Bud
  • Note classification: Middle
  • Extraction method: Steam distillation
  • Appearance: Pale yellow to Clear yellow liquid
  • Usage: Aromatherapy and Topical applications

icon-safety_info Safety Information

  • Iryasa Essential Oils are highly concentrated - always dilute with an appropriate carrier oil before using directly on skin
  • Not for internal use, except if directed by an expert or a qualified practitioner.
  • Never use undiluted essential oils near eyes or mucous membranes.
  • Store in a dark, cool & dry place.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Avoid using this Clove Bud Essential Oil during pregnancy and nursing

icon-how_to_use How to Use

  • Clove bud oil can be diffused undiluted to promote a warm, comforting environment. We recommend 8-12 drops per 100mL of water.
  • To take advantage of its skin-warming abilities, Clove Bud Oil can be diluted with an appropriate carrier oil to create a soothing and heating massage oil.
  • Dilute 2-3 drops of Clove Bud Essential Oil in 5mL olive or coconut oil and dab it on a sore tooth to relieve tooth aches & pains.

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Product FAQs

This oil smells so good… May I use it in place of clove buds for cooking?

While essential oils do smell tempting, it’s not recommended to ingest them without careful supervision or advice from a professional.

I have toothache - can I use Clove Bud Essential oil?

To relieve any minor toothache, a few drops of diluted clove bud oil can be applied directly to the gum at the source of the pain - if the pain persists, we advise seeing a professional.

What makes Clove Bud Oil so special?

Unique to Clove Bud Oil is a compound called Eugenol - this is what’s responsible for Clove Oil’s signature fragrance, plus all of its remedial abilities, including antiseptic and mild anaesthetic properties.