Clove oil is dominant and potent, and its dosage in body applications can be reduced to half the dose normally used with other essential oils. Up to 4 drops of clove essential oil are enough for a full body massage, while other oils need 8 drops.
It acts as invigorating, strengthening, and warming the body, providing strength and physical resistance, acting on the musculature, and avoiding cramps and pain due to excessive physical exercises.
It is also anti-infectious, acts on digestive disorders, and is tonic when used properly.
On the skin, clove oil can be applied pure on warts or calluses, helping to remove them. Its main properties are:
- anesthetic, and
- local analgesic
How to use clove essential oil?
Clove oil acts punctually on small areas of the body, such as nails, killing many types of fungus and restoring cuticle tissue and the nail itself, strengthening them.
Clove essential oil is a must for dental pain for its local anesthetic properties. For toothaches, you can gargle with 1 drop of clove oil in warm water.
In massages to relieve muscle pain or for intense sports practices, it can be applied in combination with other essential oils.
In the emotional area, it has an exciting and aphrodisiac effect. Applied pure, it strengthens people’s emotions, acting as an invigorating tonic.
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