Clove Essential Oil


Cloves are the dried buds of the Syzygium aromaticum tree. The buds are harvested from the tree before they open, then dried and sold commercially. Our clove oil is steam-distilled from buds grown in Indonesia.

Botanical Name: Syzygium aromaticum
Country of Origin: Indonesia
Extraction Method: Steam distillation
Plant Part: Buds Aromatic
Scent: spicy and rich like actual cloves
Blends Well With: Cinnamon Bark, Nutmeg, Citronella, Grapefruit, Lemon, Orange, Peppermint, Rosemary, Rose

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Clove essential oil is well known for its ability to clean teeth and gums, but it also has other properties that make this warm oil an interesting addition in any house. Known as both stimulating and energizing oils with a woody scent coming from the clove bud itself which produces warm tones throughout your home or office space when diffused!



Botanical Name: Syzygium aromaticum

Origin: Indonesia

Extraction: Steam distillation

Plant Part: Buds Aromatic

Aroma: Rich and spicy

Blends Well With: Rose, Nutmeg, Rosemary, Citronella, Peppermint, Orange, Cinnamon Bark, Lemon, Grapefruit



Clove has been used for years in dental preparations, candy and gum to cleanse the mouth–it provides a myriad of benefits. It’s main chemical component Eugenol makes it an energizing essential oil that can be used as warming massage oil too! Clove spice adds flavor while boosting your health with powerful antioxidants when taken internally or added into food dishes like desserts – just one drop will do wonders on any dish you add it to; it even works well at cleaning teeth naturally!


Clove Essential Oil Benefits:

Clove oil has a very warm, soothing scent that is perfect for those fall or winter days. Clove has numerous benefits for the teeth and gums (your dentist will approve), and when taken orally, the antioxidant benefits are powerful!



In China, records trace the use of cloves back to the Han dynasty where they were chewed as breath fresheners in addition to being used for food and medicine. From there it is believed this plant migrated all throughout Asia before finally making its way over into Europe.