Now Foods, Essential Oils, Clove, 1 fl oz (30 ml)
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10 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer3135652 on Jun 05, 2009
Combined 3 drops in jug of boiling water to breath vapours with 3 drops of Cinnamon Leaf Oil and 3 drops of Red Thyme, for 15 mins (got to keep adding boiling water or use an electric face vapouriser.
First time I tried this recipe from someone else, I could feel it still working on my sinuses for the next week - & it reduced my heyfever sneezing dramatically. Need to do it regularly though.
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8 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2295193 on Sep 03, 2012
While it does not say on the label, I do add it to tea as part of my antifungal/ parasite cleanse routine so I assume it is food grade since I am still typing this. Use with caution though as it can burn or numb the lips. I used to steep and chew on the clove buds but it stained my teeth so much.
There are many other uses as it also clears sinuses and "purifies" the air. It is however a strong scent that not everyone appreciates.
6 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2550261 on Oct 18, 2010
Use in my fly repellent for horses
Makes them smell wonderful and gives them some relief from the bugs
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2486064 on Dec 09, 2008
use clove oil in your mouthwash & great as final addition in cooking--add drops just before serving.
Posted by Reviewer2429694 on May 12, 2009
Excellent. Powerful flavor.
The piece of hard plastic below the lid which is supposed to replace a decent dropper is a bad idea -- it nearly causes you to spill every time you have to struggle to remove it. I finally had to just throw it away.