The benefits and uses of clove oil date back to ancient China and India. As a cooking spice, Clove oil adds a spicy flavour to any dish or dessert. Clove oil is also widely used in dental preparations, candy, and gum, for its flavour and ability to cleanse the mouth. Additionally, the main chemical component in Clove oil, eugenol, gives it the ability to be very stimulating and energising when used as a warming massage oil.
- Make a natural mouthwash by adding a drop of Clove oil in two ounces of water.
- Instead of using dry clove, use Clove oil to taste when baking treats.
- Add two drops of Clove oil to water for spicy flavour.
- Diffuse three drops Clove oil, one drop Cinnamon Bark oil, and two drops Wild Orange oil for an invigorating scent.
- Combine with doTERRA SPA Hand and Body Lotion for a warming massage.
Directions for Use
For food flavouring.
Only use diluted. Take no more than one drop per day. Keep out of reach of children.
If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Keep out of eyes, inner ears, face, sensitive areas, and mucosa. In case of skin contact, dilute generously with a carrier oil.
- Commonly recognised as a ground household spice, Clove oil can be utilised outside of the kitchen with its unique and powerful properties.
- Clove oil can be used to support gums and fresh breath due to its cleansing benefits.
- Its warm and spicy characteristics make Clove essential oil ideal to incorporate into seasonal recipes.
- Frequently used in desserts for its invigorating flavour and aromatic fragrance such as sugar cookies.
- Clove oil is ideal to mist in your diffuser for a warming, stimulating fragrance to create an inviting atmosphere.