Pure essential oils can be the perfect support system in your health arsenal. A pretty little lineup of natural remedies in your cabinet to help you with a whole host of health issues. They smell great, they’re easy to use, and they’re a natural option.
Each one of the essential oils offers its one unique benefits and uses. Clove oil can be a great oil to add to your collection. It has cleansing properties. Use it alone, paired with other essential oils like lavender essential oil, or with carrier oil (like coconut, almond, or jojoba.)
5 Benefits of Clove Oil
- A Cleaner Mouth: One of the most popular uses of clove oil is to clean the mouth and teeth. Because of its properties, the oil can be used as a rinse or toothpaste to help the cleanliness of the mouth. It can also be gargled to ease the throat.
- Relaxed Muscles:Oil of cloves causes a warming sensation when it is applied to the skin. Because of those warming sensations, it is popular in massage oils. The warming sensation and massage can help improve circulation and ease muscles. Dilute the clove in carrier oil and rub into sore muscles for some relief.
- A Delicious Smelling Home: Diffusing oils — mixing with water, heating, and turning into vapor — is a great way to enjoy some of the benefits. Breathing in the clove is an easy way to absorb the immune system boosting properties. Plus your home will smell lovely while the diffuser is running. You can even get small diffusers for your car now!
- Clear, Healthy Skin: Clove is a great essential oil for skin care. It’s cleansing and stimulating effects create a rejuvenation of the skin. The properties are great for skin blemishes. The stimulating, warming sensation helps improve blood flow when ingested.5. Head Tension and Tension Relief: Applying the oil to certain areas — the temples, behind the ears, etc — can bring relief in times of a head tension. Clove has properties that have been known to offer relief of head tension from a long day.