Benefits of Clove Buds Essential Oil

Clove Oil has been extensively used in ayurvedic and Chinese medicines. It is used in kinds of toothpaste due to its strong germicidal properties and a compound called Eugenol, clove oil fights sore gums, dental pain, toothaches, and mouth ulcers effectively. It has strong aromatic properties, gargling with clove oil and warm water that can help you fight bad breath.

The dried flower bud of clove helps in improving the immune system by increasing the white blood cell count. Hence they are used in improving delayed-type hypersensitivity. The oil also has some antioxidant properties. It is used to fungal infections, prickly heat, treat wounds, cuts, and athlete’s feet.

The antioxidant property present in it acts as a scavenger against the free radicals that can cause various diseases like cancer and heart ailments. It fights against sore throat, cough, and cold. It aids digestion and brings relief from all digestion related problems. It has strong antiviral properties and hence consumption of Clove oil will boost our immunity.

Eye stye infection occurs when the glands on the eyelids are blocked which results in the formation of a bump around/on the eyelid. This condition is really irritating and painful and hinders the proper functioning of the eyes. The antibacterial properties of clove are known to reduce the pain and inflammation in a short span of time.

Applying clove essential oil in your hair on scalps increases blood circulation and hence reduces hair fall and promotes hair growth. It eases stress and also reduces headaches. It is helpful in maintaining the insulin level and hence used in the treatment of diabetes.

Clove oil is an excellent bug or insect repellent and we can find clove oil in most of the insect repellents available in the markets.