Things To Remember – Using Clove Oil

When one decides to bring oils like clove essential oil to use, there are certain things which should be encrypted on mind before touching the oil, the oil being warm can have various desirable effects if used wisely…

Indigenous to the celebrated Spice Islands of Maluku, the clove bud oil is renown in Aruyvedic healing as a high-powered –

  • Antimicrobial
  • Antifungal
  • Antiseptic
  • Antiviral herb

Oil of cloves dental treatment is a commonly used home remedy and clinical trials as well as anecdotal evidence support this usage.

Eugenol, the pharmacologically active ingredient of clove essential oil, is a natural anesthetic. It is the main ingredient in zinc-oxide eugenol paste, which is used for filling dental cavities. Clove oil uses such as manufacturing dental products like zinc-oxide eugenol paste (dental filling), mouthwashes, and oral rinses are popular. Using clove oil topically is recommended as a treatment for toothaches and mouth pain.

The researchers do not recommend the application of undiluted clove oil directly on your skin especially if a large area of skin surface is affected. Eugenol is able to enter the body through the cells by absorption and can e poisonous to your liver and other organs. While the application level for poisoning with eugenol is quite high, it is safe to get exposed to three grams per kilogram bodyweight, it is better t be safe than sorry.

Follow these four simple steps to learn how to use clove oil to treat toothache pain. Topically applied oil of clove is a powerful painkiller, so relief should be felt in a matter of minutes.

  1. Rinse mouth and infected tooth scrupulously with a mild saline solution. Gently, dental floss around the space to extract any entrapped foodstuffs; next, rinse again.
  2. Drop one to three drops of clove oil directly on the tooth or cavity. Clove oil is lethal if consumed in large quantities, so do not swallow any.
  3. Keep the clove essential oil away from the gum line and tongue because it causes a stinging sensation.
  4. If severe tooth pain is produced by a cavity or tooth injury, saturate sterile gauze in clove oil and pack into the hole. Avoid getting the oil of cloves in direct contact with the gums.

Remember, pain is a signal that something is wrong. Oil of cloves dental treatment is a good emergency solution, but you should consult with a dentist if pain persists or worsens.

Alright, now have a look at our reference links…

  1. Clove Oil by buzzle.com
  2. Cloves by Miracle
  3. Clove Oil by Livestrong