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Clove Bud Oil

Clove Bud Oil
Price : 5.00 - 1,369.00 / PackGet Best Price
Business Type Manufacturer, Exporter, Supplier, Retailer
Cultivation Type Organic
Processing Type Blended
Purity 100%
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Location All Countries Except India

Product Details

Feature
Antioxidant, Low Cholestrol
Packaging Type
Can (Tinned), Glass Bottle
Packaging Size
1L, 2L
Made From
Clove
Botonical Name
Syzgium aromaticum
CAS #
8000-34-8
Country of Origin
India
Color & Odor
Colorless to Pale Yellow Clear Liquid with Warm Clove Sweet Fruity Woody Odor
Solubility
Soluble in alcohol, slightly soluble in water
Extraction Method
Steam Distillation

Clove is the dried unopened flower bud of Syzgium aromaticum, a medium statured, cone-shaped evergreen tree belonging to the family- Myrtaceae. Clove tree attains a height of 10 to 12 meter. The stem is usually forked near its base with two or three main branches. Smaller branches are slender, rather brittle and covered with grey bark.

Description & History of Clove Bud:
Clove is one of the most ancient and valuable spices of the orient and holds a unique position in the international spice trade. Native to Moluccas the so called “spice islands” in the east Indian Archipelago, this spice was first introduced in India around 1800 A.D. by East India Company.

Clove is the dried unopened flower bud of Syzgium aromaticum, a medium statured, cone-shaped evergreen tree belonging to the family- Myrtaceae. Clove tree attains a height of 10 to 12 meter. The stem is usually forked near its base with two or three main branches. Smaller branches are slender, rather brittle and covered with grey bark. The leaves appearing in pairs, are lanceolate, acute at both ends and are of dark shining green colour. The aromatic nature of the leaves is due to numerous oil glands found on their under surfaces. The flower buds are greenish when fresh and are borne on end, which are picked green and dried in the sun till they become dark brown, from the clove of commerce. The buds have slightly cylindrical base and are surmounted by the plump ball like unopened corolla which is surmounted by the four toothed calyx.

Clove is strictly a tropical plant and it requires a warm humid climate. Although there has been a general belief that clove requires proximity to sea for the proper development and cropping, experience in India has shown that the trees do well in the submontane regions and have been found to perform better than in other areas.

Distillation of Clove Bud Oil:
Clove Bud oil can be obtained from Distillation of buds, leaf or stem each resulting in an oil having different characteristics of oil. The yield and quality of the oil are influenced by origin, variety post harvest processing, pre-treatment before distillation, distillation method and post-distillation treatment. Clove bud and stem are comminuted before distillation to break the oil cells and widen the surface so that the oil can be released more easily from the cells the materials are distilled using water by steam distillation method for between 8 to 10 hours. Clove bud oil a colourless or yellow liquid is obtained by distillation of buds. After Distillation Each Batch of oils is tested in VISHWNATH OILS PRODUCTS Labs By Senior Analyst and the constituents are Eugenol, eugenol acetate, Beta-caryophyllene.

Blends with Clove Bud oil;
Clove bud oil well blends with wild orange, Frankincense, cassia, cedarwood, ginger, and cinnamon oil, Roman chamomile oil and fennel oil.

Constituents of Clove Bud oil:
After Distillation Each Batch of oils is tested in VISHWNATH OILS PRODUCTS Labs By Senior Analyst and the constituents are Eugenol, eugenol acetate, Beta-caryophyllene.

Uses of Clove Bud  oil;

  • Skin care:  Eugenol In clove Bud oil has rejuvenating and stimulating properties which can increase blood flow to the skin and make it look radical. You will find it many products for lessening the effect of aging, like wrinkles, sagging skin and Blemishes.
  • Treat acne: Clove Bud oil is often recommended for acne patients as it ahs potent antimicrobial properties. Research shown that this oil can inhibit staphy locus bacteria . this bacteria can cause acne break outs, pimples, skin sores, rashes and staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome. To Treat acne  you can mix a few drops of clove Bud oil with 1 tablespoon of coconut oil or jojoba oil can apply it with the help of cotton ball on inflamed area.
  • Heals Candida infections: Eugenol in clove Bud oil have an anti-candidal effect on C.albicans. eugenol were used as a natural antifungal components for in vitro and invivo studies. The result of the studies indicated that eugenol exerted exerted an anticandidal effect hence it can be used to heal candidiasis caused due to fungus candida albicaus. These yeast infections typically occur in the mouth ears nose fingernails, gastro intestinal tract and vagina. This oil is also effective in killing intestinal parasities which can cause diarrhea and other symptoms.
  • Increase Blood Circulation: Eugenol found in clove Bud oil helps stimulate blood circulation. Increase circulation adds to the oxygenation of the blood and organs system which increases metabolism.
  • Dental Care: Clove Bud oil Can Replace Beuzocaine as a topical agent before needle insertion during dental procedures. The germicidal and anesthetic properties of clove oil make it very effective for relieving toothaches, sore gums, and mouth ulcers.
  • Antiseptic Properties: Due to its antiseptic properties clove oil can be used for preventing infections. It can be useful for wounds, cuts, scabbies, athlete foots, fungal infections, bruises prickly heat and other type of injuries. It can also be used for treating insect bites and stings . the oil is very strong in nature and should always be used in a dilute form. It should be carefully used by people with sensitive skin.


Precautions to use over Clove Bud oil:

  • Preganancy and breast feeding when clove Bud oil taken by mouth in amount commonly found in blood. There is not enough reliable information about safety of taking clove oil  in medicinal bases if you are pregnant  or breast feeding stay on safe side to avoid use.
  • Clove Bud oil Contains a chemical called eugenol that seems to slow blood clotting there is concern that taking clove oil might cause bleeding in people with bleeding disorders.
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