Clove Bud Essential Oil


Size: 10 mL

Clove Bud Essential Oil

Botanical Name: Syzygium  Aromaticum L.

Origin: Indonesia

Composition of Oil: Eugenol, B-Caryophyllene, Eugenyl Acetate, a-Caryophyllene, Isoeugenol, Methyleugenol

Plant Part: Buds

Scent: Spicy, Warming yet slightly Bitter

Color: Pale Yellow

Consistency: Medium

Perfumery Note: Middle

Initial Aroma Strength: Strong

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Suitable Blending Oils: Wild Orange, Frankincense, Cassia, Cedarwood, Ginger, Cinnamon, Roman Chamomile, etc.

Historical Background of Clove Bud Essential Oil

Clove Bud essential oil is often referred to "Clove essential oil," and in botanical terms, it is known as "Syzygium aromaticum." Referring to essential oil as "Clove essential oil" only means Clove Bud essential oil as it is obtained from the clove plant's flowers. Still, you need to be more careful and confirm from the supplier whether the oil is obtained from buds or from other parts of the clove plant. For centuries, some countries have been producing the clove plant and its oil, and today, Madagascar and Indonesia are the primary sources of it.

We always take full responsibility for collecting the clove plant's fresh buds and obtaining the Clove Bud essential oil through the steam distillation process. The oil is pale yellow, and its aroma is spicy, woody, and a little bit bitter but uplifting.

Ancient Uses of Clove Bud Essential Oil

The people of ancient civilizations always relied on nature for the solution to their health issues. For instance, when someone was suffering from toothache or any gum disease, he/she was always recommended using Clove Bud essential oil for relief. Moreover, Clove Bud essential oil provided mental and physical relaxation as it is handy for lowering stress/anxiety and joint and muscular pain relief. The oil was also beneficial in healing wounds as it stops the growth of infectious bacteria.

Modern Uses of Clove Bud Essential Oil

In today's modern era, the Clove Bud essential oil uses are almost the same as that of the ancient uses. People use the oil with a contented heart as the latest scientific research has revealed its powerful chemical composition. Today, 8 out of 10 aromatherapists recommend diffusing Clove Bud essential oil to the patients suffering from depression, anxiety, and stress. Below is a brief elaboration of a few of them:

  • Eugenol – Eugenol covers almost 60-80% of the oil's composition. The potent component is the reason the oil helps numb and relieve severe toothaches and lowers gums inflammation.
  • B-Caryophyllene - B-Caryophyllene enables Clove bud essential oil to fight against infectious bacteria, thus fasten the wound healing process.

Best Blending Partners

When combined with other essential oils, Clove Bud essential oil provides you whatever you might not have expected from it. You can prepare different blends for different purposes including toothache, muscle pain relief, and stress reduction. These oils include Cinnamon, Sweet Orange, Frankincense, Cassia, Ginger, Cedarwood, and Roman Chamomile essential oils.

Disclaimer: These statements (and all statements herein) have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Essential Oils sold by VINEVIDA are to be used for cosmetic purposes only. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure, or prevent a disease or ailment. Research citations are added merely to support the claims to a certain extent. VINEVIDA makes no representation to the comprehensiveness or accuracy of the published information. Read our DISCLAIMER for further details.

Caution: Beware of excessive use as it may lead to nausea and headaches. For topical use, always dilute the oil with a carrier oil. We do not suggest the internal use of any essential oils. Keep it out of children’s reach. It is not recommended for a pregnant woman without a proper prescription by a specialist.


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