Clove…. not just for cooking!

Doterra Essential Oil…

Clove Essential Oil
Eugenia caryophyllata

Clove is much more than a popular cooking spice, it is a favorite among both health care professionals and health conscious individuals for its many useful and healing properties. It is also a powerful antioxidant.

Clove oil has a sweet, spicy fragrance that is stimulating and revitalizing.

Our Clove essential oil is therapeutic grade which means that only the highest quality and purest form of the essential oil is used and can be used for therapeutic purposes.

Properties: Antibacterial, analgesic, anti-infectious, antifungal, antiparasitic, anti-inflammatory, antitumor, strong antiseptic, disinfectant, antiviral, and immune stimulant.

Historical Uses: Clove essential oil has been used historically for digestive upsets, skin infections, childbirth, intestinal parasites and most commonly for toothache

Aromatic Guide: Can influence healing, create a feeling of courage and protection and improve memory.

Commons uses for Clove essential oil:

  • Dental – can be used to treat cavities as well as soothe teething gums in children when diluted with an oil, such as coconut oil (dilute 1 drop to 1 tbs of carrier oil).
  • Due to its antiseptic properties, clove oil is useful for wound, cuts, scabies, athlete’s foot, fungal infections, bruises, prickly heat, scabies, etc. It can also be used for treating insect bites and stings. Clove oil is very strong in nature and hence should be used in diluted form. Further, it should not be used on sensitive skin.
  • Skin care, especially when dealing with acne.
  • Clove oil is aphrodisiac in nature and hence serves as an excellent stress reliever.
  • Nausea: Clove oil is helpful in case of nausea and vomiting and is often used for pregnancy related vomiting.
How to use:
Diffuse, or apply topically, mixed with fractionated coconut oil.  Add one to two drops in four fl oz of water, and use as a gargle.  May be applied neat (i.e.: undiluted) on palms of hands and bottoms of feet, as well as on gums and teeth.  May be added to food or rice milk as a dietary supplement.

Application:

  • Topically – Dilute with a carrier oil before applying to the skin. A ratio of 1:1 should be sufficient. Apply to the bodies reflex points or directly to the area of concern. If using in the mouth, rub directly on the gums surrounding the infected tool. Place on tongue to remove desire to smoke. Can be applied to the back of the mouth/tongue for tickling cough.
  • Aromatically – Diffuse
  • Internally – Take internally for healthy maintenance. Use gel caps for ease of use, or take with honey or some type of beverage.
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Other great uses for DoTerra Clove Essential Oil:

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All Natural Alzheimer’s Support

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On children all essential oils should be dliuted 1:1 ratio with coconut oil or almond oil and in some essential oils you’ll use a higher ratio of the carrier oil.
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Oregano (Origanum vulgare)

OREGANO (Not just for cooking!)
Historically, Greek physicians used oregano essential oils for wounds, headaches, and venomous bites and even hemlock poisoning. It wasn’t long before its medicinal benefits were used to treat lung conditions, bronchitis, sinusitis, and cold symptoms including cough.   The benefits of using oregano essential oil have captured the interest of modern-day researchers.  Today, oregano essential oil has antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic, and antiseptic properties. For external use, oregano essential oil is valued as a strong analgesic and antirheumatic agent.

Uses:

As a general guideline, oil of oregano can be diluted 50% or more with a carrier oil (such as fractionated coconut oil)and applied directly to the affected area.  It is a hot oil so dilution is recommended to prevent irritation.  It can also be used more specifically, as in the following examples:

  • Rub the diluted oil into the gums 1-2 times per day for infections.
  • Apply oregano essential oil to warts, boils, or even fungal infections such as athlete’s foot. Saturate the area, bind with a clean bandage. allow the oil to sit overnight and then change the dressing.  Continue until the infection is gone.
  • Add several drops of oregano oil to liquid hand soap or body wash to expedite healing of wounds, abscesses, or skin infections.
  • Apply diluted oregano essential oil into areas of diaper rash at each diaper change until the rash is gone. Make sure to use only a 1-2 drops per teaspoon of carrier oil to avoid irritation.
  • Rub a drop of the oil underneath each nostril daily to relieve sinus problems. Inhale deeply each time to allow the vapors to travel through your sinuses.
  • Oregano oil can also be used as an antiseptic for use in cleaning supplies. Try adding several drops of the diluted oil to a clean cotton cloth and wiping down kitchen surfaces to kill any harmful bacteria.
  • Diffuse overnight to help reduce congestion or sinus problems.
  • Gargle Diluted with water for sore throats.
  • Can be used internally as a natural anti-biotic

There are several studies showing that Oregano my be effective in fighting bacteria:

Studies:

Oil Of Oregano Rivals Modern Antibiotic Drugs

Oregano Oil May Protect Against Drug-Resistant Bacteria, Georgetown Researcher Finds

How has Oregano Oil changed your life?

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