Clove Oil

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Clove Oil

Botanical Name of Clove:  Syzygium aromaticum

Synonyms: Laung, đinh hương, cengkeh, Eugenia aromatica (L.) Baill., Eugenia caryophyllata Thunb., Eugenia caryophyllus (Spreng.) 

About Clove: Cloves basically are dried flower buds of tree known as Syzygium aromaticum and are popularly used in cooking all over the world. The Clove tree is an evergreen Tree which on an average grows up to 10 meters in height. The flower buds of this tree are pale green in colour and turn into bright red when they are ripe and ready for collection. Size of clove is between 1.5 cms. to 2 cms in length and has four unopened petals on the top which form a small ball.

History of Clove: Historically cultivation of clove was only restricted to few Islands which were referred as ‘spice islands’. Spice Islands were a group of five islands namely Bacan, Makian, Moti, Ternate and Tidore. From these Islands the cloves moved towards Middle East and Europe. In Syria ceramic vessels have been found with cloves that date way back to 1721 BC.

Clove was historically traded by the sailors of Middle East in the Indian Ocean, this fact was highlighted by the famous Persian sailor Ibn Battuta. The Famous stories of Sinbad the sailor also mentions of one of the character who was primarily involved in trading of cloves. Around second half of 15th century the Portuguese took over most of clove trading in Indian Ocean and brought large quantities of cloves to Europe.

Properties of Clove Oil: One of the most important chemical constituent of clove Oil which makes if so unique is Eugenol. Clove essential Oil constitutes almost 72 to 90 percentage of Eugenol. The aroma on clove oil which we smell is primarily that of Eugenol. Apart from Eugenol following chemical constituents are also present in Clove essential Oil: acetyl eugenol, beta caryophyllene, crategolic acid, , methyl salicylate, stigmasterol, campesterol, sesquiterpenes, etc.

Health Benefits and Applications Clove Oil:

Clove Oil is known to have number of benefits, some of the important ones include:

Dental Care and Hygiene: Clove Oil is best known world over for its usage related to dental care. Tooth ache, sore gums and mouth ulcer can be treated effectively by use of clove oil. Due to these therapeutic properties, clove oil is added in number of dental protects world over.

Anti Infection: Clove essential oil is also use to treat number of infections on skin including insect bites. Diluted concentration of clove oil is usually used to treat such infections.

Treatment for Acne – Clove oil is also found to be very beneficial in treating acne.

Stress Reliever – Mental exhaustion and fatigue could be cured using clove essential oil as it is aphrodisiac in nature. Depression, loss of memory and other metal problems are also known to be treated by use of clove oil.

Relief from Headache – Clove essential Oil when mixed with salt proves to be very effective is providing instant relief from Head aches.

Other therapeutic properties of Clove oil –diuretic, Blood circulation, blood purification, remedy for indigestion, Earaches, nausea, cholera,etc.

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Storage: Store in cool and dark place, Keep away from heat and spark

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