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Clove Leaf Essential Oil

Clove Leaf Essential Oil

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Clove Leaf 

Syzgium aromaticum

Produced by Zanzibar of Tanzania. During AD1298, Clove spices was known as one important spices. Clove leaf is the adulterants of Clove bud. Clinical studies reported it's powerful antiseptic, antimicrobial, anti-histaminic, spasmolytic properties and potent platelet inhibitor with excellent impact on the circulatory, digestive, musculoskeletal and nervous systems.

Scent - Middle note

Strong sweet, spicy, warms the mind- distilled from the dried flower buds.


Analgesic, antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic, antiviral, antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, immunostimulant, uterine tonic.


Bacterial infections, dental infections, fungal infections, GIT (gastrointestinal) infections, poor immunity, urinary infections, viral infections.


Topical application - massage, compression, ointment, liniment.

Inhalation - direct inhalation, diffusion, vaporisation.

Vaporiser oil 

Clove leaf oil is both a physical and mental tonic and is excellent to ward off drowsiness when used with peppermint oil. This oil contain potent anti-microbial properties, and relieves cold and flu when vaporised. It blends well with chamomile roman and fennel oil.

Switch on vaporiser to the maximum, add a few drops of Clove oil with blended essence according to the area size and intensity, and allow the oil to evaporate to saturate the environment. Ensure all windows and doors are closed.


Clove leaf is the adulterants of clove bud oil. A potential skin irritant and sensitising agent. At high doses, clove oil is toxic in young children. General regarded as safe in low dosage. Perform patch and/or scent test before use. For any skin allergic reactions, run tap water or cool compress on affected areas until redness subsided. Store essential oil in a dark, cool and dry place and avoid sunlight and keep children out of reach.

Essential oils are not safe to apply on the skin undiluted nor to consume any small amounts which can cause significant poisoning.

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