Clove Oil

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Botanical Name : Eugenia caryophyllus, Syzygium aromaticum
Origin : Indonesia Madagascar
CAS No : 8000-34-8
EINECS : 215-185-5

Clove Oil 

We derive clove oil, a fundamental essential oil, from extracting the dried flower buds and leaves of the evergreen variety native to Indonesia's Malucca Islands. People often use it in aromatherapy, food preparation, and cosmetics applications because its warm, spicy yet aromatic scent appeals greatly -- it also serves medicinal purposes effectively. Clove Oil exhibits various biological properties: antioxidant functionality; antibacterial efficacy; antiseptic qualities--not limited to these alone. It also carries analgesic attributes and even holds potential as an anticarcinogenic agent--this underscores its versatility for multifaceted uses.

Ancient civilizations such as the Chinese, Romans, Indians, Arabs, and Europeans traded clove oil due to its exquisite flavor and fragrance; thus, establishing a long--even illustrious—history for this remarkable spice. In their esteemed culture they used it in diverse ways: chewing for refreshing breath; as a mask against the taste of spoiled food—a testament to both its versatility across cultures and potent potency against undesirable flavors. Furthermore--and perhaps most intriguingly—they found that incorporating clove oil could preserve freshness in dishes over extended periods or even provide relief from toothaches while uplifting moods simultaneously! Various nations actively contested and competed for the dominance in clove oil production and trade.

Extracted from the finest clove buds, Norex produces high-quality clove oil as a leading industry expert. The superior purity and natural state of our product remains unaltered; it contains no additives or preservatives. Demonstrating numerous advantages for health and wellness--relieving toothache, combating infections, and enhancing digestion to name just three--is what Clove oil does best. Norex clove oil, rich in eugenol—a potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compound—safeguards your cells from damage and inflammation. Opt for Norex clove oil: it's an unrivaled choice whether you require its use in aromatherapy, flavoring applications, or medicinal purposes. Experience the difference today; give it a try.

Why Choose NOREX ?

In the realm of clove oil, the necessity for selecting a high-quality product is paramount: at NOREX, we place purity and sustainability as our production process's focal points--our clove oil product derives from nothing less than premium-grade cloves. Meticulously harvested and processed to retain their natural aroma and potency; this exemplifies our commitment to excellence. We offer 100% pure, natural clove oil; it contains no additives, preservatives or synthetic chemicals. A rigorous testing and certification process ensures that our clove oil meets the highest standards of quality and safety. Choose our clove oil to experience the benefits and beauty of this anciently revered versatile spice.

Carefully selected farms, adhering to Good Agricultural and Collection Practices (GACP), source our clove oil, ensuring its ethical and sustainable cultivation. We adhere strictly to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) throughout our production process, thereby guaranteeing the highest quality standards. Our FSSC 22000 v 5.1 certification - a further exemplification of our commitment towards quality – safeguards both safety and integrity in all products we offer. NOREX ensures the supply of superior quality clove oil: we meticulously select farms that adhere to Good Agricultural and Collection Practices (GACP), thereby promoting ethical and sustainable cultivation. Furthermore, our strict adherence to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) is a steadfast commitment; this guarantees maintenance of the highest quality standards throughout all stages in production--from sourcing raw materials through final packaging. Our dedication to quality is further demonstrated by our FSSC 22000 v 5.1 certification, which safeguards the safety and integrity of all our products. Trust that you're receiving the finest clove oil available with NOREX.

Applications of Clove Oil in Industries

Food industry:

we can utilize clove oil as both a natural preservative and flavoring agent for various products including bakery items, dairy goods, and meats. Moreover, when incorporated into edible films or coatings - it enhances not only their shelf life but also the quality of these foodstuffs. Studies have demonstrated that Clove oil inhibits growth in several foodborne pathogens such as Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhimurium; Staphylococcus aureus – even Bacillus cereus.

Biomedical industry:

we can utilize clove oil as a natural remedy for an array of health issues: toothaches; oral infections; inflammation and pain - even cancer. Reported effects include its analgesic property – relieving pain– anti-inflammatory capabilities, antiseptic power—all with potential anticancer benefits. Furthermore, it serves to modulate the immune system and promote wound healing--a truly versatile substance indeed!

Packaging industry:  

one can utilize clove oil as a natural additive in materials like paper, plastic, and biopolymers; this imparts both antimicrobial and antioxidant properties. Furthermore--the mechanical and thermal characteristics of these packaging materials are enhanced by incorporating clove oil. Additionally: through its application in packaged food products—clove oil extends their shelf life while ensuring safety remains paramount.

Sanitary industry:

harnesses the power of clove oil as a natural disinfectant and deodorant in various products: soaps, detergents, cleaners, and sanitizers. Not only does it annihilate an array of microorganisms--bacteria; fungi; viruses--but also eradicates unpleasant odors. Furthermore—with its ability to impart a pleasant fragrance and freshness—it enhances these sanitary commodities significantly.

Cosmetics industry:

natural ingredient clove oil finds use in an array of products: creams, lotions, shampoos - even conditioners and perfumes benefit from its inclusion. Offering moisturizing effects, nourishing capabilities; and a potent anti-aging action--it significantly enhances skin health as well as hair vitality. Additionally—clove oil demonstrates efficacy not only in prevention but also treatment for diverse skin issues like acne or conditions such as dandruff and potential hair loss.

Pharmaceutical industry:

we can utilize clove oil as a natural source of bioactive compounds like eugenol, eugenol acetate and gallic acid for new drug development and formulations. Furthermore, in terms of enhancing drug delivery systems - such as nanoparticles, liposomes or microemulsions - clove oil serves effectively both as an enhancer and carrier solvent. Moreover: it significantly improves bioavailability and efficacy rates for various drugs too.

Fine Fragrances:

In perfumery, clove oil frequently assumes the position of a middle note: its inclusion serves to augment both complexity and character in scents. Fine fragrances that feature clove oil, for its ability to create a contrast with other fragrance notes such as floral, woody, or citrus, indeed value the inclusion of this potent ingredient. Examples include:

Yves Saint Laurent crafts Opium, a classic oriental fragrance that artfully blends clove oil with nuanced notes of mandarin, jasmine, vanilla and amber.

Frederic Malle's "Carnal Flower" juxtaposes clove oil with tuberose, coconut and musk notes to create a sensually invigorating floral fragrance.

Viktor & Rolf's Spice bomb: a fragrance that explosively blends clove oil with spicy notes of cinnamon, pink pepper, tobacco, and leather.

In the realm of perfumery, clove oil's versatility and allure stem from its ability to concoct warm, spicy, and sweet fragrances that captivate with their intrigue.

Harvesting and Distillation Process

In the act of harvesting process, we actively select mature and dark brown clove buds, leaves or stems from the clove tree; our preference typically involves plucking out these high eugenol content buds--the principal compound discovered in clove oil.


We expose the harvested plant material to sunlight or a dryer, thereby reducing its moisture content and inhibiting microbial growth. After this drying process, we pack the plant material in a still; subsequently, it undergoes one of the following extraction methods:

Hydro distillation :

In hydro distillation, we heat the plant material in water to boiling point; then, the resulting steam transports the oil to a condenser. The condenser--an apparatus that lowers temperature and facilitates separation from water--is responsible for effectively extracting and isolating oils.

Steam distillation :

In steam distillation: live steam engages with the plant material. It then transports the oil to a condenser, where—cooled and distinct from water—the extraction occurs.

Ultrasound-assisted extraction:

In ultrasound-assisted extraction, we immerse the plant material in water and subject it to ultrasonic waves; this process optimizes the release of oil from each cell. Afterwards--either via centrifugation or decantation, a method for separating oils from water--we procure pure oils.

Microwave-Assisted Extraction :

The plant material undergoes irradiation from microwaves; this heating and cell-rupturing process results in the release of its oil. Subsequently, either centrifugation or decantation separates the oil from water.

Cold pressing :

In the process of cold pressing, we crush and squeeze out oil from plant material. We then implement a filtration procedure to remove impurities.

Supercritical fluid extraction:

In Supercritical Fluid Extraction, we utilize a particular fluid - often carbon dioxide - to treat the plant material. This exceptional medium not only dissolves the oil but also carries it to a separator; effective recovery then becomes possible by reducing pressure and temperature. Distillation, filtration, or chromatography purifies crude oil to eliminate unneeded components and impurities.

We prioritize sustainable and ethical sourcing at NOREX to guarantee the highest quality of clove oil: thus, we store this purified oil in dark glass bottles--in a cool, dry place removed from light, heat, and oxygen. This preservation method ensures not only its stability but also maintains its superior quality.

Aroma Profile and Characteristics

Clove oil is known for its rich, warm, and spicy aroma. It has a distinct scent that is instantly recognizable. The aroma is often described as earthy, woody, and slightly sweet. Clove oil's grounding effects make it a popular choice in aromatherapy and perfumery.

The aroma of clove oil can be attributed to its chemical composition, which includes eugenol, eugenyl acetate, and beta-caryophyllene. There are three types of clove oil: bud oil, leaf oil, and stem oil. Bud oil is the most valuable and has the lowest percentage of eugenol, a chemical component that gives clove oil its distinctive smell and properties.

The aroma of clove oil is woody, sweet, and slightly floral. It has a strong and intense fragrance that is warm and comforting. It creates a cozy and inviting atmosphere when diffused in the air³. The scent of clove oil has different notes that can be detected at different stages:

- Top notes: spicy and peppery, similar to cinnamon and nutmeg

- Middle notes: sweet and fruity, reminiscent of apple and orange

- Base notes: earthy and musky, evoking leather, and wood

The scent of clove oil has a grounding effect on the mind and body. It can help to reduce stress, anxiety, and fatigue. It can also stimulate the senses, enhance memory, and improve concentration. Clove oil is also known to have antiseptic, anti-viral, anti-biotic, stimulant, expectorant, and aphrodisiac properties. It can be used to treat various conditions, such as digestive problems, infection, burns, cuts, arthritis, asthma, bronchitis, rheumatism, and colds. However, clove oil is also considered a toxic oil and should be used with care and in small doses. It can cause irritation, inflammation, and allergic reactions in some people. It should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women, children, or people with liver or kidney problems.

Clove oil is a versatile and powerful essential oil that has a rich, warm, and spicy aroma. It can be blended with other essential oils in citrus, wood, and floral families to create different fragrances and effects. Clove oil can also enhance the middle notes of other fragrances and add depth and complexity to them. Clove oil is a great oil to use in aromatherapy, as long as it is used safely and correctly.

Therapeutic Benefits of Clove Oil

Clove oil is an essential oil that has many therapeutic properties and benefits. Here are some of them, organized by subheadings:

Dental health:

Clove oil is well-known for its ability to relieve toothache and other dental problems. It has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial effects that can help reduce pain, swelling, and infection in the mouth. It can also prevent cavities and tooth decay by inhibiting the growth of bacteria that cause plaque¹. Clove oil can be applied directly to the affected tooth or gum or diluted with a carrier oil and used as mouthwash.

Immune support:

Clove oil can boost the immune system and help fight off infections. It has antiviral, antifungal, and antioxidant properties that can protect the body from harmful pathogens and free radicals. It can also stimulate blood circulation and lymphatic drainage, which can enhance the body's natural defense mechanisms. Clove oil can be diffused in the air, inhaled, or taken orally in small doses.

Soothing properties:

Clove oil can soothe various types of irritation and inflammation in the body. It can help ease digestive issues, such as nausea, indigestion, gas, and bloating, by relaxing the smooth muscles of the gastrointestinal tract and stimulating the secretion of digestive enzymes. It can also help relieve respiratory conditions, such as cough, asthma, bronchitis, and sinusitis, by clearing the airways and reducing mucus production . Additionally, clove oil can calm the nerves and reduce stress, anxiety, and fatigue, by acting as a mild sedative and antidepressant. Clove oil can be massaged into the skin, added to a warm bath, or used in aromatherapy.

Being super useful clove oil should be used with caution and in moderation, as it can cause side effects and interactions in some people. It is advisable to consult a doctor before using clove oil, especially if you have any medical conditions or allergies.

Clove Oil in Aromatherapy:

Clove oil is a versatile essential oil with a rich history of use. Let's explore how you can incorporate it into your aromatherapy practices:

  • For toothache: To alleviate toothache, dilute a drop of clove oil in a carrier oil such as coconut or almond; then apply it to the affected area using a cotton swab. For overall oral health, consider enhancing your toothpaste or mouthwash with one additional drop of clove oil.
  • For muscle pain: To alleviate muscle pain, employ a few drops of clove oil diluted in a carrier oil as a massage on the afflicted areas. Alternatively, infuse several drops of clove oil into either your warm bath or hot compress for soothing relief.
  • For respiratory infections: Inhale the steam of boiling water with a few drops of clove oil added for respiratory infections. Alternatively, you may choose to diffuse clove oil in your room or utilize an aromatherapy inhaler.
  • For fungal infections: To combat fungal infections, particularly athlete's foot: combine 30 drops of clove oil with one ounce of apple cider vinegar; vigorously shake the mixture--then apply a gentle dab onto the affected area. An alternative method involves using a foot bath enriched by clove oil and Epsom salt for soaking your feet.
  • For mental clarity and concentration: To enhance mental clarity and concentration, consider diffusing clove oil with other stimulating oils: rosemary, peppermint or orange. Additionally – for a direct application approach – you may apply a single drop of clove oil to either your temples or wrists.

Before applying clove oil to your skin, you must dilute it with a carrier oil; furthermore, ensure that no contact occurs between the solution and your eyes, nose or mouth. Conduct a patch test prior to using clove oil if you possess sensitive skin. Consult your doctor before using clove oil if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have a medical condition.

  • Diffusion:

Using a diffuser, you can disperse the spicy aroma of clove throughout a room. This creates a comforting and invigorating atmosphere. Simply add a few drops of clove essential oil to your diffuser, follow the manufacturer's instructions, and enjoy the aromatic benefits.

  • Topical Application:
  • Massage Oils: Dilute clove oil in a carrier oil (such as coconut oil or jojoba oil) to create a massage blend. This can help relieve muscle tension and promote relaxation.

Combine clove oil with other essential oils to create a comforting atmosphere via delightful diffuser blends. Here are a few ideas:

Spiced Citrus Blend: Mix 3 drops of clove oil, 3 drops of orange oil, and 2 drops of cinnamon oil. This blend brings warmth and positivity to your space.

Autumn Comfort: Blend 2 drops of clove oil, 2 drops of cedarwood oil, and 2 drops of frankincense oil. It's perfect for cozy evenings.

Holiday Spice: Combine 3 drops of clove oil, 2 drops of nutmeg oil, and 1 drop of ginger oil. This blend evokes holiday cheer.

    Clove Oil for Oral Care:

    Toothache Relief

    One of the most common and well-known uses of clove oil is to relieve toothache and dental pain. Eugenol acts as a natural anesthetic and numbs the affected area, providing instant relief. To use clove oil for toothache, you can apply a few drops of diluted clove oil to a cotton ball and place it on the painful tooth or gum. Alternatively, you can add a few drops of clove oil to a glass of water and use it as mouthwash.

    Gum Health

    Also beneficial for gum health and gum disease prevention is the application of clove oil. It mitigates inflammation, bleeding, and swelling in your gums; it also combats bacteria responsible for plaque formation, tartar build-up--as well as bad breath. Enhance your dental care routine by massaging a few drops of diluted clove oil onto your gums twice daily. Additionally, incorporate a few drops of clove oil into your toothpaste; alternatively--craft your own homemade dental paste with the amalgamation: clove oil and baking soda.

    DIY Oral Care Recipes

    Clove oil can be utilized clove oil to concoct homemade natural oral care products, including mouthwash, toothpaste, and clove tea. Consider experimenting with these simple recipes:

    - Mouthwash: To create a potent mouthwash, infuse a cup of water with 10 drops each of clove and peppermint oil. After brushing your teeth, vigorously shake the solution; then use it as an invigorating rinse.

    - Toothpaste: In a small bowl, combine 2 tablespoons of baking soda, 1 teaspoon of salt, and 10 drops of clove oil; then incorporate enough water to form a paste. This mixture serves as an effective toothpaste.

    - Clove Tea: Boil a cup of water and infuse it with five whole cloves. After allowing the mixture to steep for ten minutes, strain out the cloves. To enhance flavor, incorporate honey or lemon juice; then consume this concoction for soothing relief in your throat and mouth.

    Utilize clove oil as an effective, versatile natural remedy for oral care; however, exercise caution and moderation: excessive or improper use may incite irritation even provoke allergic reactions. Always dilute the clove oil with a carrier before application to your mouth; furthermore, consult your dentist prior to its usage if you harbor any dental or medical conditions.

    Quality Assurance and Purity

    NOREX commits to delivering high-quality, pure clove oil products. Throughout our production process--from sourcing through packaging--we adhere rigorously to stringent quality control measures; this ensures that our offerings meet the pinnacle standards of safety and efficacy.

    Obtaining our clove oil involves steam distillation of the organic and ethically sourced buds, stems, and leaves from clove trees. We strictly adhere to Good Agricultural and Collection Practices (GACP), ensuring both sustainability and traceability for all our raw materials.

    Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and equipment, our production facility ensures the purity and potency of our clove oil. To guarantee product integrity and consistency, we adhere to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Rigorous testing and analysis of our clove oil using Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) along with Organoleptic evaluation confirms its composition as well as sensory characteristics.

    To underscore our quality and excellence in the clove oil industry, we have diligently pursued a range of certifications and compliances. Notably, these include:

    - ISO 9001:2015: This standard specifies the requirements for a Quality Management System (QMS); it serves as an international benchmark. This certification underscores our capacity to consistently deliver products and services that align with both customer expectations and regulatory guidelines.

    - ISO 14001:2015 & BS OHSAS 45001:2007: Our commitment to minimizing our environmental impact and ensuring the health and safety of our employees and stakeholders is evident through the implementation of ISO 14001:2015 & BS OHSAS 45001:2007. These international standards specify requirements for an Environmental Management System (EMS) and an Occupational Health Safety Management System (OHSMS).

    - FSSC 22000 v 5.1: The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) recognizes our adherence to the FSSC 22000 v5.1, a food safety certification scheme; this demonstrates our compliance with requirements for Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS) and Codex Alimentarius standards.

    - WHO:GMP: The World Health Organization (WHO) issues the WHO:GMP certification to verify our adherence to guidelines for good manufacturing practices in pharmaceutical products. This prestigious accreditation underscores our commitment to quality assurance, validation, and documentation specifically applicable to all of our clove oil offerings.

    - Holder of Certificate of Pharmaceutical Products (COPP): The Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) issues our prestigious Certificate of Pharmaceutical Products (COPP), certifying the quality of our pharmaceutical products; this enables us to export them to numerous countries--all requiring this esteemed certification

    - Holder of Written Confirmation as EU API Directive: The DCGI issues the Holder of Written Confirmation as EU API Directive to certify our compliance with European Union (EU) standards in manufacturing active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs); this certification facilitates our export of APIs into the EU market.

    We proudly adhere to a multitude of other compliances: FDA Manufacturing License; REACH Registration; KOSHER and HALAL certifications--Eco Vadis rating, SedEx membership. Furthermore, we maintain an ongoing commitment towards achieving SAI-FS status. Our unwavering dedication not only epitomizes superior quality within the clove oil industry but also extends to safety measures and social responsibility in these rigorous standards.

    Safe Usage and Dilution Guidelines

    Clove oil, a potent essential oil, offers numerous benefits: it relieves pain, fights infections--and improves oral health by boosting immunity. However—improper use could trigger irritation and potentially dangerous reactions. Therefore: it is crucial that one adheres to safety guidelines on usage—specifically regarding dilution ratios and application methods for clove oil.

    Safe usage:

    • Before you apply clove oil to your skin, conduct a patch test: Dilute a small amount of the oil and apply it on either your inner elbow or wrist; then observe for any adverse reactions over 24 hours.
    • Avoid applying clove oil to sensitive areas, including but not limited to your eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and genitals. Do not use it on any wounds you may have.
    • Please avoid consuming large quantities of clove oil, as this may trigger nausea, vomiting and other digestive problems. If you intend to use this powerful substance for oral health, exercise caution: dilute a few drops in water; then rinse your mouth thoroughly.
    • Consult with your doctor before using clove oil if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have any medical condition. Additionally, consider disclosing the medications you take; they may interact unfavorably - especially those related to blood thinners, anticoagulants, and antidiabetic drugs.

    Ensure you keep clove oil out of reach for both children and pets: large quantities may result in toxicity if they ingest or inhale it.

    Dilution ratios:

    • The general rule mandates a 1-2% dilution of essential oils for topical applications like massage oils, creams, lotions or scrubs; this equates to the use of six to twelve drops--specifically clove oil per ounce of carrier oil or unscented product. Your best bet as carrier oils: vegetable-based options that aid in dilution and facilitate delivery onto your skin – coconut oil; almond oil; jojoba oil and olive all fit into this category.
    • Use a lower dilution of 0.5-1% for facial applications like serums, toners, or masks; this equates to incorporating 3-6 drops of clove oil per ounce of carrier oil or unscented product. Exercise caution and employ sparingly as excessive use may result in skin irritation due to the potentially harsh nature of clove oil.
    • Use a highly diluted concentration of 0.25-0.5%--merely 1 to 3 drops of clove oil per ounce of water or base product--for oral applications like mouthwash, toothpaste, or gargle; however, ensure thorough rinsing after use and refrain from swallowing the preparation.
    • Utilize a 1-5% dilution, equating to approximately 6-30 drops of clove oil per ounce of water or base product, for aromatherapy applications like diffusers, inhalers and sprays. Adjust the quantity based on your preference as well as room size factors. Avoid using clove oil in nebulizers or humidifiers; such usage may damage the device and irritate your respiratory system.

    Application methods:

    - For topical applications, apply the diluted clove oil to the affected area and massage gently. You can also use a warm or cold compress to enhance the effect. For example, you can use clove oil for muscle pain, headache, toothache, or acne.

    - For facial applications, apply the diluted clove oil to your face after cleansing and toning. Avoid the eye area and any open wounds. You can also use a facial mask or steam to open your pores and allow the clove oil to penetrate deeper. For example, you can use clove oil for skin infections, scars, or wrinkles.

    - For oral applications, use diluted clove oil as mouthwash, toothpaste, or gargle. Swish the product in your mouth for a few minutes and spit it out. Do not swallow the product and rinse your mouth well after use. For example, you can use clove oil for bad breath, gum disease, or tooth decay.

    - For aromatherapy applications, use diluted clove oil in a diffuser, inhaler, or spray. Breathe in the aroma and enjoy the benefits. You can also blend clove oil with other essential oils to create your own custom scent. For example, you can use clove oil for stress, mood, or immunity.

    Using Clove Oil in DIY Products

    Incorporate clove oil into your DIY projects for added value. Consider these ideas to infuse homemade products with the benefits of clove oil:

    Natural Cleaning Solutions:

    Enhance the antimicrobial properties of your homemade cleaning solutions by adding a few drops of clove oil. With its ability to eliminate bacteria and fungi, clove oil serves as an excellent natural disinfectant.


    To create a nourishing facial serum, blend clove oil--just a few drops--with your chosen carrier oil: jojoba or almond. The antioxidant properties inherent in clove oil actively promote and enhance complexion health.

    Homemade Candles:

    To create a warm and inviting scent for your homemade candles, infuse melted soy wax with several drops of clove oil. The spicy aroma from this addition will imbue any space with a cozy ambiance.

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Clove Oil

    Q: Can clove oil be ingested?

    A: It is generally not recommended to ingest clove oil unless under the guidance of a healthcare professional. Clove oil is highly concentrated and can cause irritation or adverse effects when consumed in large amounts.

    Q: How long does clove oil last?

    A: When stored properly in a cool, dark place, clove oil can last for several years. However, its potency may diminish over time.

    Q: Can clove oil be used during pregnancy?

    A: Pregnant women should consult with their healthcare provider before using clove oil. It is best to err on the side of caution and avoid using essential oils during pregnancy unless advised otherwise.

    Q: Can clove oil be used on children?

    A: Clove oil should be used with caution on children. It is important to dilute it properly and perform a patch test before applying it to their skin. It is advisable to consult with a pediatrician before using clove oil on children.

    Q: Can I use clove oil if I have sensitive skin?

    A: Clove oil may cause skin irritation in some individuals with sensitive skin. It is recommended to dilute it properly and perform a patch test before using it topically. If any adverse reactions occur, discontinue use, and consult a healthcare professional.

    In conclusion, clove oil offers a wide range of therapeutic benefits and applications. Whether you are using it for dental health, aromatherapy, or DIY projects, choosing a high-quality and pure clove oil is crucial. At NOREX, we take pride in our commitment to quality and sustainability. Our clove oil is sourced from ethical farms and undergoes rigorous testing to ensure its purity. Experience the power of clove oil with NOREX and enjoy its numerous benefits in a safe and responsible manner.

    Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is for informational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice. Always consult with a healthcare professional before using essential oils or making changes to your healthcare routine.

    Botanical Name Eugenia caryophyllus, Syzygium aromaticum
    Origin Indonesia Madagascar
    CAS No 8000-34-8
    EINECS 215-185-5