Definition Clove oil
Essential oil obtained by steam distillation from the dried flower buds of Syzygium aromaticum (L.) Merill et L. M. Perry (Eugenia caryophyllus C. Spreng. Bull. et Harr.).
Generic name: Caryophylli floris aetheroleum.
English names: Clove oil.
Farsi names: Esans mikhak.
Clove oil is clear, yellow liquid which becomes brown when exposed to air.
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Clove oil health benefits: Clove oil, is very effective against dental pain, sore gums, mouth ulcers, cavities and bad breath. It is because of the compound that clove oil, as well as other spice oils that contain eugenol (like cinnamon, basil and nutmeg oils), are added to dental products, insect repellents, perfumes, foods and even pharmaceutical products. Eugenol also causes clove oil to have stimulating and warming properties, which make it a popular choice among aromatherapy practitioners. Part of its list of benefits is its ability to aid in stimulating your metabolism by helping improve your blood circulation and lowering your body temperature. It can also contribute to digestive health and help address problems like hiccups, indigestion, motion sickness and excess gas. Apart from helping support your metabolism, clove bud oil can also help relieve stress and help lessen mental exhaustion. Some use it to tackle neural health problems, such as depression and anxiety. The oil can also work as an aphrodisiac and treatment for insomnia.
Clove oil export
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