Caryophyllus Aromaticus

Clove bud oil is steam distilled from the bud of the plant. The highly prized essential oil from the spicy Clove buds has the well-earned reputation for soothing minor joint discomforts and promoting respiratory, digestive and dental health.

The familiar warm, sweet spicy aroma is a comforting aromatherapy fragrance. It supports memory function and alleviates mental fatigue.

The Clove tree grows up to 40 feet high. It is an evergreen widely cultivated in Madagascar, the Molucca Islands, Indonesia, and the Philippines. The spice was introduced into Europe around the 4th century. Clove buds and its oil continue to be a precious commodity for perfumes, cosmetics and dental preparations. The main oil-producing countries are Madagascar and Indonesia.