|Scientific name:||Eugenia caryophyllata|
|Production Method:||steam distillation|
|Quality:||100% essential oil|
Anesthetic and cauterizing pulp +++, calming and sedative of toothache and neuralgia, antibacterial ++++ (broad spectrum), antiviral +++, antifungal +++, stomachic, carminative +++, digestive antispasmodic, nerve tonic and uterine (childbirth) +++ , sexual tonic +++.
Toothaches, intestinal cramps with diarrhea, turista, ltuberculose, malaria, arthritis, rheumatism +++, cistites +++, ulcers++++, childbirth, protection of postpartum infections.
Internal use: consult an aromatherapist
External use :
- In local anointing oil 5%
- Inhaled 3 drops in a bowl of boiling water,
- In bain3 drops mixed in a glass of milk.
- Attention if used external
- Not recommended for children under 6 years.
- To be avoided in the first 8 1/2 months of pregnancy
Prepare childbirth , protects against infection after birth and supports contractions.
ADVICES OF TRADITIONAL HEALERS
- 1 to 2 drops on a toothbrush against: halitosis, sore throat, infections of the mouth and gums
- For the purification of indoor air: 8 to 10 drops diluted in water and pour into a diffuser
- During travels in tropical countries take 2 drops of clove oil with a little honey every morning, to avoide "tourista"
These advices cannot replace the consultation of your doctor .