Tierra Overseas is manufacturer and supplier of high quality clove bud oil and clove leaf oil in India.
Biological source : Syzgium aromaticum
Family : Myrtaceae
Clove oil, is an essential oil extracted from the clove plant, Syzygium aromaticum.
It has the CAS number 8000-34-8.
There are three types of clove oil
- Bud oil is derived from the flower-buds of S. aromaticum. It consists of 60–90% eugenol, acetyl eugenol, caryophyllene and other minor constituents.
- Leaf oil is derived from the leaves of S. aromaticum. It consists of 82–88% eugenol with little or no eugenyl acetate, and minor constituents.
- Stem oil is derived from the twigs of S. aromaticum. It consists of 90–95% eugenol, with other minor constituents.
Clove oil contains a chemical called eugenol that may help to decrease pain and fight infections.
Uses of Clove Oil
- It helps to control premature ejaculation.
- It helps to prevents Anal Tears.
- Application of clove oil or clove oil gel directly to the skin can repel mosquitos for up to 5 hours.
- Applying a gel containing ground cloves for 5 minutes before being stuck with a needle can reduce needle stick pain.
- Clove oil and eugenol, one of the chemicals it contains, have long been applied to the teeth and gums for toothache.
- Controls Dental plaque.
- Helps to control Vomiting, Stomach ache, Nausea, Gas Flatulence, Diarrhea and cough.
- Clove oil is commonly used to anesthetize or euthanize.
Culinary Uses of Clove Oil
- Clove oils are used in a wide range of sweet and savory foods
- Clove oils are used in Indian Garam Masala
- Clove oils are used in Ethiopian Coffee and many hot beverages