How to make your own clove oil. If you have fresh cloves - use 4 for this recipe. If you have old cloves, use 6. Semi crush the cloves and put in a small container. Pour in enough Extra Virgin Olive Oil to cover and stand for about a week or longer if poss. The longer it steeps, the stronger the oil will become. Strain the oil before using it. Otherwise, buy locally made clove oil such as this one at biome http://www.biome.com.au/bathroom-cleaning-products/1951-clove-oil.html Home Remedies, Herbal Remedies, Herbs, Clove Oil, Health Benefits, Essentialoils, Beautiful, Essential Oils, Natural Remedies
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Clove oil is rich in vitamin C, potassium, iron, phosphorus, calcium, sodium and vitamin A. It is used as a home remedy in a number of applications, such as gargling with an oil solution to cure bad breath or sore throats, and help with sties, earache, bruises and indigestion, to name a few. This article tells how to make clove oil.
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The Miracle of Cloves & Clove Oil. Clove Oil: thought to have multiple uses as an anti-fungal, antiseptic, antiviral, analgesic, & sedative, Clove oil particularly shines as an anesthetic & antimicrobial. It's marketed as “Eugenol” to dentists world wide as a natural pain killer & for toothaches. A toothpaste can be made by combining clove oil & baking soda; when mixed with zinc oxide powder, it makes an excellent temporary cement for lost fillings & loose crowns.
Do check these Top 10 Health Benefits of Cloves. The health benefits of cloves as well as clove oil can be attributed to their antioxidant, antifungal, antibacterial, aphrodisiac, antiviral, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. #cloves #health
DIY: Herbal Salves Salves are such a simple, effective, and useful medicine! They can easily be slipped into a purse, pocket, or first aid kit. Although semi-solid at room temperature, salves soften once applied to the skin, making them less messy to apply than oils. They also make great gifts and are an easy and approachable way to introduce newbies to the medicinal properties of herbs. Plus, salves can be crafted for a wide variety of topical uses including: arthritis, bruises, cuts,