Caress the Stomach Mildly With Clove Oil

Whenever it comes to taking care of the stomach and protecting it from various infections then I can’t deny that the best we can get is the antibacterial and anti-infectious, clove leaf oil…

Clove oil is the essential liquid extract from the clove herb. In alternative medicine, clove oil is used alone and in combination with other oils, herbs and medicines to treat a range of health conditions and minor ailments. Eugenol, the most prominent active chemical found in clove oil, has antifungal and anticeptic properties, making it an excellent alternative treatment for –

  • Cuts
  • Scrapes
  • Skin conditions

The oil is also applied in treating athlete’s foot, prickly heat rashes, fungal infections, scabies, bites, stings, wounds, and cuts. The oil also assists to relieve anxiety and induces sleep. This is once again significant for having a attractive skin and complexion. Anxiety and insomnia are the greatest enemies of healthy skin. If they’re taken care of successfully then nobody can quit you from having by far the most envious skin.

Clove oil, when ingested in water, has been known to ease stomach pain and quell nausea. There are several methods of administering clove oil to treat a stomach ache. The simplest way is to add a few drops to an 8-ounce glass of water. Some advise taking clove oil with sugar to treat stomach pain. Adding a few drops of clove oil and honey in warm water is another method for easing nausea and stomach pain.

ne of the most common uses of clove oil is for toothaches and minor mouth pain. Historically, dentists have used clove oil as an anesthetic during procedures, and as a disinfectant during root canals and other invasive procedures. You can use clove oil as a treatment for minor mouth pain by dipping a cotton swab in pure clove oil and applying it to the painful spot. Alternatively, you can treat toothaches and mouth pain by adding a drop of clove oil to a cup of tea, or by suspending clove oil in water to make a powerful antiseptic mouth wash.

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  1. Clove Oil by e-zine
  2. Clove Oil by Clove
  3. Clove Oil by Green Living

Killer Of Mould – Clove Leaf Oil

Often the fungi that crop up on surfaces which are obviously gross to look at and can cause various problems for us…A nice antiseptic oil is just enough to deal with them…Anything like Clove Leaf Oil can do wonders…

There are many chemical free cleaning solutions around for all manner of jobs. Good quality micro-fibre cleaning cloths & gloves do wonders in the bathroom, kitchen and beyond, but mould is a tricky one.

If you don’t want to clean mould with toxic chemicals, there is a chemical free solution – clove oil. After hearing this tip from a consultant, some research found out more about it.

Clove Oil is an essential oil which comes in different varieties-

  • Clove Bud Oil
  • Clove Leaf Oil
  • Clove Stem Oil

For the purpose of mould cleaning, the Clove Leaf Oil is stronger. Firstly, clean off the surfaces with a mixture of hot water, bi-carb soda and vinegar. 2 litres of hot water, 1/2 tablespoon of bi-carb and 1/4 cup of vinegar is a good place to start.

Once you have a clean surface, place a few drops of Clove Oil in to a spray bottle filled with water. Spray on to affected area, leave for 20-30 minutes and wipe clean. Immediately spray again and leave the clove oil spray on this time. Within 1-2 days, any remaining mould spores should dry and simply drop off.

Steam distilled clove leaf oil naturally contains a high potency of eugenol in its chemical composition. This plant chemical is found to be most effective in treating (and killing) mould and its spores.

How to mix up your own mould spray…

Spray a dilution of one teaspoon of clove oil diluted with 500ml of water to affected surface to clean mould and inhibit re-growth.

Best results are achieved by waiting several hours before washing/ wiping off (ideally 24 hours if possible).

More about Clove Oil…

Also use to help – As an antiseptic and pain-reliever, clove essential oil relieves toothaches, flu, colds, and bronchial congestion. But don’t try to use it straight on a baby’s gums for teething as is often suggested or you may end up with a screaming baby because it tastes so strong and hot. Instead mix only two drops of clove oil in at least a teaspoon of vegetable oil. It can still be hot, however, so try it in your own mouth first. Then apply it directly to the baby’s gums.

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  1. Clove Oil by e-zine
  2. Clove Leaf Oil by Green Living
  3. Clove Oil  by Clove