There are certain essential oils that work like magic on all human ills, clove oil being just one of such oils, it is warm and antiseptic and heals like absolute wonder…
Clove Oil comes from the flower buds of a clove shrub or tree. It has many different uses. From being used in cooking (the dried spice) to numbing a painful tooth, to inhibiting the growth of mould. It has antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. It can be used as an analgesic, expectorant also as a mood uplifter. This is another little to thing to add to your household must haves. (Along with Bicarbonate of Soda, Eucalyptus Oil and Vinegar.)
Natural herbal remedies using cloves includes…Relieving toothaches, earaches, nausea, hypertension and pain from burns and wounds. Also helps respiratory problems, great air freshener, mosquito repellent, fly deterrent, and ant killer.
Clove oil uses for for tooth pain relief are reliable and well-documented. Severe persistent toothache or gum pain should be evaluated by a professional. Learning how to use clove oil for toothache pain is a good basic first aid skill.
While using clove oil toothache remedies is generally safe and an effective dental pain relief treatment, there are some groups of people who should avoid it.
- Children under the age of two and diabetics should not use clove oil, unless recommended by a health care professional or dentist.
- People using blood thinners like Coumadin or Plavix should not use clove essential oil because it is also a blood thinner.
- Pregnant women should only use clove oils with a approval from a health care professional.
It’s not just about all of the above mentioned problems…Clove oil is best used for an earache, dilute with a carrier oil (never water), place on a cotton ball and place just inside the ear canal. The pain will subside quickly and it will help to reduce infection if any is present.
Clove tea has a very unique flavor and aroma. The best part of drinking clove tea is the quick relief from nausea and the fresh breath you have afterwards. In fact chewing on a clove from time is the best breath mint ever and keeps nausea and heartburn away. However too much tea or chewing on cloves can produce heartburn, especially if done on an empty stomach…
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