Clove Bud Essential Oil
Clove oil is an essential oil from clove leaves. The clove tree, known as Syzygium Aromaticum, is common to Southeast Asia, although it may also spread in other parts of the world today.
Syzygium Aromaticum / Eugenia Caryophyllata
Method of Extraction
Plant Part Typically Used
Clove Bud Essential Oil tastes spicy, warm but slightly bitter, in character almost woody.
- Clove Bud Essential Oil is purified steam from the clove tree's flowering buds.
- There are also Essential oils for the clove stem and the clover leaf.
- This evergreen tree grows up to 15 meters in height. It has red flowers and green leaves.
- At the beginning of the rainy season, green buds emerge and are taken from the tree until they develop and dry in the light.
- The tree must be 5 years old before adequate essential oil can be generated for extraction.
- The clove plant is believed to have originated in Indonesia, especially the Moluccas, also known as the Spice Islands.
- When speaking to the emperor, ancient Chinese citizens had to freshen their air with cloves.
- In Victorian England, scented fruit was given as a gift, it was intended to serve as a sign of friendship and to express real strength of emotion.
- Neem (Azadirachta indica) is an excellent repellent for pretty much all insects and rodents, the odor is often too much for people.
- Attach 1 drop of Clove Bud, 2 drops of Lavender and 2 drops of Bergamot to the water in an oil burner or diffuser to help reduce winter chills and fill the room with the fragrance.
- In certain weed killers on the market, it is the key active ingredient. But this is real, and it's also one of the market's biggest weed killers.
- Clove oil can be used in cleansers, lotions, and fragrances as well.