Clove Bud Essential Oil

Pure Clove Bud Essential Oil

100% Pure, Concentrated, Undiluted, Therapeutic Quality

10Ml ~ $

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Common Uses: Clove bud is a diverse essential oil. It has aromatic properties that relieve nausea, and digestion issues. It aids the muscles by reducing pain, and soothes toothaches (it also serves as a numbing agent). Clove Bud essential oil is used in aromatherapy to stimulate circulation and arousal of the mind and body allowing you to achieve mental clarity. This fragrant scent eases breathing, and allows the air passages to open and become clearer.

Clove Bud Essential Oil is an effective agent for minor pains and aches (particular dental pain), and is helpful when battling flu and colds. Use for arthritis, asthma, bronchitis, rheumatism, sprains, strains, toothache.

Description: Clove Bud Essential Oil is derived from the tree Syzgium aromaticum plant. It is a slender evergreen that grows up to 12 meters in height (approximately 36 feet). At the start of the rainy season, long buds appear. They change color over time and are beaten from the trees and dried. These are the cloves sold commercially.

Suggestions: Dilute with Sweet Almond Oil for direct skin contact.

To improve your focus, release 2 drops of Clove onto a tissue and gently inhale

Botanical Name: Syzygium aromaticum L.

Origin: Indonesia

Plant Part: Buds

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Color: Pale yellow to yellow clear liquid.

Consistency: Medium, Slightly Oily

Aroma: Middle Strength of Aroma: Medium Aromatic Scent: Clove Bud Essential Oil smells spicy and rich like actual cloves.

Cautions: Clove Bud Oil can cause sensitization in some individuals and should be used in dilution. It should also be avoided during pregnancy. Do not use if you are on a blood thinner as it may inhibit blood clotting.


Eucalyptus Essential Oil


Eucalyptus Radiata Oil

100% Pure, Concentrated, Undiluted, Therapeutic Quality

10Ml  ~ $

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Common Uses: Refreshing and energizing, eucalyptus radiata is gentle, nonirritating, and the most versatile eucalyptus oil. It is a great ingredient for throat and cough remedies and chest ointments. It’s a good oil to add to insect repellents, but it is most well-known for its effectiveness against fevers and respiratory issues. Eucalyptus radiata opens airways and is antibacterial, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and antiviral. It is also used for arthritis and other aches and pains due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Aromatherapy for inflammation, fevers, and respiration.

Description: Eucalyptus essential oil is harvested from the leaf of the eucalyptus plant and is found all over the world. While its benefits have been known for hundreds of years, it wasn’t until recently that it began to be used commercially. It is a pale, yellow liquid that is used primarily as an antiseptic or fragrance, but is also has a range of other uses and is often useful for treating many common health ailments (most commonly, flu and cold symptoms, congestion, and as an anti-bacterial agent). It can be found in many hygiene, soaps and analgesic products, and it offers some very specific benefits.

Suggestions: Blends well with Rosemary, Lavender, Frankincense.  Dilute with carrier oil for direct skin contact.

Botanical Name: Eucalyptus radiata

Origin: Australia

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Extraction Method: Steam Distilled



Aroma: Middle Strength of Aroma: Medium Aromatic Scent: Clove Bud Essential Oil smells spicy and rich like actual cloves.

Aroma Note:  Cooling, refreshing, and lighter in scent than eucalyptus globulus, eucalyptus radiata with an underlying sweetness. This type of eucalyptus has a crisp, clean camphoraceous aroma and includes some subtle back notes of citrus and floral.

 Uses for Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Eucalyptus Essential Oil can be useful in treating many common health ailments. Specifically, and most commonly used in relieving flu and cold-like symptoms, congestion problems, as an anti-bacterial and in personal hygiene products.  It can even be used as an insect bite relief.

For Respiratory Problems:

Eucalyptus oil can treat many respiratory problems, including cold, cough, nasal congestion, asthma, and much more. It is normally mixed with other medicine since it also has antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties as well as being a decongestant. Try adding a few drops to your humidifier during the dry winter months to sooth irritated sinuses or lungs.

As an Antiseptic: This essential oil has germicidal properties that make it a good antiseptic for various types of wounds. It can be applied directly to open wounds, bug bites or stings, burns, abrasions and sores. It also has topical analgesic qualities that will help soothe the wound.

For a Pleasing Fragrance: Eucalyptus oil has an extremely strong scent which many find appealing.  For some, this fragrance also has some very soothing properties that help them relax and reduce stress.

Eucalyptus Application: There are a number of ways to effectively use this essential oil. It can also be blended with other oils to produce many other benefits.

Suggestions: Blends well with Rosemary, Lavender, Frankincense.  Dilute with carrier oil for direct skin contact.

Rub approximately 5 drops over your chest for respiratory issues, sinusitis, runny nose, and sore throat

Massage into an injured area to alleviate any inflammation, pain, or swelling

Massage into the bottom of your feet for fever reduction

Apply to your skin to prevent or stop itching from bug bites or stings

Inhale the aroma to improve mood or relieve stress

Massage into your forehead, temples, and sinus area for pain relief

Mix a few drops into your bathwater for calming effects

Rub directly into your scalp for soothing and hair care