Do you know a plant that is used not only in the kitchen but also in cosmetics, which helps to solve some health problems, is used in perfumery and even scares away insects? That's right - it's the carnation! Clove essential oil is considered one of the most valuable. It was not without reason that the ancient Greeks, Romans and Chinese held it in high esteem! By the way, the carnation perfectly protects against infectious diseases. Up until now, one of the most popular means of protection from insects is an orange covered in buds of cloves.
Botanical name: Eugenia caryophyllata
Crafting: Steam Distillation: Dried Flower Buds
Fragrance profile: Spicy, sweet
Main chemotypes: eugenol, caryophillene
Quality: 100% natural essential oil
Clove Bud Oil Application:
Skin care, aroma lamp, oil mixture, massage, disinfection and cleaning, room spray and natural perfume.
Clove Bud Oil goes well with:
Anise, cassia, cinnamon, basil, coriander, rosemary, sage, thyme and lemongrass.
Essential oils from Aroma Elite are 100% natural.
The raw materials used come almost exclusively from biodynamic or from fair trade, biological wild collection (FairWild). However, since not all plants are available in organic quality, the best, tested and carefully selected conventional quality (sélection) is used in this case. Essential oils are highly concentrated and should therefore neither be used for small children nor during pregnancy.
Therefore, they should also: always be dosed sparingly, protected from light, be kept cool and out of the reach of children not come into contact with the eyes, mucous membranes or open flames direct contact with the skin, always be used in a highly diluted form (e.g. in a lotion, cream or oil).
Warning: In case of irritation or chemical burns, first dissolve the essential oil with a neutral vegetable oil, then remove it with a cloth and then wash it off thoroughly with clear water. In case of eye contact, rinse immediately with plenty of running water. If severe reactions, such as dizziness or nausea, occur, consult a doctor immediately or contact the poison control center.