Clove essential oil is extracted from the Eugenia caryophyllata plant of the Myrtaceae family. Also known as Syzygium aromaticum, Eugenia aromatic and E. Carophyllus. Clove essential oil is very strong and should be used with caution in aromatherapy. However, it has great properties such as stimulating the mind and eliminating depression. Helps digestion, relieves pain in arthritis and rheumatism, relieves breathing problems and helps in leg ulcers.
Caramel oil has a warm and strong spicy odor, and its color is pale yellow with a medium watery viscosity.
The carnation oil is extracted from the leaves, the stalk and the buds of the tree. Most desirable is the leaf oil which is distilled with water until the desired low eugenol content is obtained.
The main chemical components of the oil are: eugenol acetate, iso-eugenol and caryophyllene.
Clove oil is very strong and should, therefore, be used with caution. If diluted in oil, cream or lotion and applied directly to the skin, its concentration should not exceed 1%. In some people, it can cause irritation to the skin and mucous membranes. It should be avoided during pregnancy.
The therapeutic properties of the clove essential oil are: analgesic, antiseptic, spasmolytic, anti-neuralgic, carcinogenic, antiinfectious, disinfectant, insecticide, stimulant, gastric and tonic.
Carnation oil is used in acne, bruises, burns and pain relief as a painkiller. Helps in a toothache, mouth ulcers, rheumatism and arthritis.
It benefits the digestive system and is effective against vomiting, diarrhea, spasms, paralysis and bad breath. Clove oil relieves respiratory problems such as bronchitis, asthma and tuberculosis. As a disinfectant, it is useful for the prevention of contagious diseases.
If you put a cotton cloth soaked in cloth, this will protect your clothes from moths.
- Use for inhalers: In the vapor therapy, caramel oil can be useful for bronchitis, dizziness, depression, memory consolidation, and the fight against weakness and lethargy.
- Use as massage oil: It can be added to massage oil to help with diarrhea, bronchitis, chills, colds, muscle stiffness, cramps, rheumatism, and arthritis. For a toothache, the outside of the teeth can be massaged with oil. Use it with a low content of less than 1%.
- Application in creams and lotions: It has the same effects as a massage oil, but it can also help with leg ulcers and skin sores, again having less than 1%.
- Mouthwash: Can be used as an ingredient in these products and used in a toothache.