Organic Clove Essential Oil (1 oz.): 1 Bottle
 

Organic Clove Essential Oil (1 oz.): 1 Bottle

Organic Clove Essential Oil (1 oz.): 1 Bottle
  • $31.25
  • $24.97
  • $6.28 (20%)

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    Aromatherapy – or the use of essential oils – has been embraced since ancient days for promoting wellness and vitality. Research shows it holds exciting promise for supporting emotional, physical and spiritual well-being.

    My Organic Clove Essential Oil is steam distilled from clove tree buds and has a warm, spicy and woody scent. Its benefits are warming, soothing and comforting.

    How to use Organic Clove Essential Oil:

    • Topically: Mix one to four drops of essential oil per teaspoon of carrier oil (such as Jojoba, Argan or Rose Hip Seed Oil). Always mix pure, highly concentrated essential oil with a carrier before topical use.
    • Oral Care: Add a few drops to water to freshen breath and support oral health.
    • Aromatherapy: Add a few drops to your diffuser and enjoy its soothing, fragrant scent.
    • Food grade: May be used in your kitchen.
    • Insect repellent: Add two drops to diffuser or vaporizer to help ward off insects. Alternatively, you can blend two to three drops into your favorite skin care product or coconut or oil for use as an insect repellent.
    • Blends well with my Oregano, Orange, Frankincense or Thyme Essential Oils

    My Pure Organic Essential Oils are made only from the essence of the plants, without any additives and contain no synthetic, harsh or bioengineered ingredients. They are safe for use around pets and children when used according to directions. All of my essential oils are extensively researched, scientifically formulated and carefully tested to be of the highest grade and purity.

    Net contents: 1 FL. OZ. (30 mL)

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    NOTE:
    • Topically: Essential oils are highly concentrated, so it’s important to ensure they are properly diluted. Applying a high-quality undiluted essential oil directly to the skin may cause irritation.
    • Kitchen use: Not all essential oils are food grade. Never consume essential oils directly from the bottle. The best method for using food grade oils is to apply a drop or two to a dish or beverage.