Clove Oil Uses and Benefits

Indigenous to Indonesia and Madagascar, cloves (Eugenia caryophyllata) can be found in nature as the unopened pink flower buds of the evergreen tree.

Picked by hand the buds are dried until they turn brown and, after grinding them, the powder is used in cooking or converted into an essential oil for various medicinal purposes.

Unlike most other spices, cloves can be grown throughout the entire year, which has given native tribes that use it a distinct advantage over other cultures because the health benefits can be enjoyed more readily.

Considerably high in manganese (126.4%) and other nutrients including potassium, magnesium, and calcium – which is used to prevent and treat osteoporosis, anemia and premenstrual syndrome (PMS) some other benefits of clove essential oil includes:Cloves (spice) And Wooden Spoon Close-up Food Background

  • Eliminates acne
  • Kills parasites
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Reduces gum disease
  • Boosts energy
  • Natural anti-inflammatory
  • Kills mold and fungus

History tells us that the Chinese have used clove for more than 2,000 years as a fragrance and spice and that it hit the international health scene several hundred years later. Since then, it has been applied in numerous products for agricultural and cosmetic purposes.

The most profound properties of clove oil, however, are related to its widespread application in homeopathic natural medicine. Because it contains an elevated level of eugenol, clove essential oil has proven to be remarkably versatile and has been thoroughly researched as an effective alternative to many modern medical treatments.


Clove Oil Uses

Although it has been suspected for centuries to treat inflammatory conditions, the Journal of Immunotoxicology just recently published the first ever study proving that the eugenol in clove oil is indeed a powerful anti-inflammatory.

Showing that low doses of eugenol can protect the liver against disease, it was also observed that eugenol reverses inflammation and cellular oxidation (which causes aging). It was also observed that taking large doses internally could harm the digestive lining and externally can irritate sensitive skin

Because of it’s strength, clove oil should be mixed with a carrier oil like coconut oil or other gentle oils for most topical applications and only used for short periods of up to two weeks internally.

In addition to being a proven anti-inflammatory, clove oil is commonly used as an antiseptic for oral infections and as a broad-spectrum antimicrobial to keep countless diseases at bay.


Clove Oil Benefits

The health benefits of clove oil are vast and include supporting the health of your liver, skin, hair and mouth. But below are the 3 most common ways clove oil is used medicinally today.

1. Clove Oil For Skin and Acne

To evaluate the its effectiveness as an antibacterial agent researchers from the University of Buenos Aires set out to determine which bacteria are most sensitive to clove’s potency.

According to their study, clove has the greatest anti-microbial ability over E. coli and also exerted considerable control over Staph aureus which causes acne and Pseudomonas aeruginosa which causes pneumonia.

As a natural remedy to eliminate acne, take 3 drops clove oil and mix with 2 tsp raw honey. Mix together and wash your face or you can also try tea tree oil face wash.


2. Cloves For Candida

One of the most power applications of clove is to fight candida; something that I have spoken of at length, and something that continues to plague Americans because of their high-sugar, acidic diets.

Published in the journal, Oral Microbiology & Immunology, a study was conducted to see how it fared against other anti-fungal treatments and observed that clove was as effective as nystatin, a drug commonly prescribed to manage yeast infections of the mouth (thrush) and includes a slew of ugly side effects.

Also, in addition to eliminating candida, clove essential oil is effective at killing intestinal parasites and an effective treatment for a short-term parasite cleanse.

To do a candida cleanse, you can take clove oil internally for 2 weeks but I recommend being under the care of a physician or nutritionist when doing this. Also, consume large amounts of probiotic rich foods and eliminate processed sugar and grains for a time.


3. Clove Oil For Toothaches

The well-known remedy of using clove oil for toothaches was first documented in 1640 in the French “Practice of Physic,” although there is reason to believe that the Chinese were applying this homeopathic for over 2,000 years.

Today, clove is widely accepted as a reliable solution for dry socket and for relieving the pain and discomfort associated with various dental disorders.

The Journal of Dentistry, for instance, published a study in 2006 proving that clove essential oil had the same numbing effect as benzocaine, a topical agent commonly used before needle insertion.  For this reason, you can use clove oil for teething with infants by mixing it with coconut oil and rubbing it on the gums.

Additionally, research has suggested that clove oil has even more far-reaching effects. The Indian Department of Public Health Dentistry recently conducted a study that evaluated clove’s ability to slow tooth decalcification (“dental erosion”) compared to eugenol, eugenyl-acetate, fluoride and a control group.

Not only did clove oil lead the pack by “significantly” decreasing decalcification, it was observed that it actually remineralized teeth. This study highlights, yet again, that the so-called benefits of fluoridating our water supply and mainstream dental products is not worth the risk.

As I have covered at length in previous articles, why take the risk of using a fluoride product, when clove can accomplish the same goal? If you haven’t already, check out my article for an easy, healthy remineralizing toothpaste recipe that will help you steer clear of the dangers of fluoride products!


4. Cloves Antioxidant Value

Second only to raw sumac bran, ground clove has the astounding ORAC value of 290,283 units!

That value means per gram cloves contain 30x more anti-oxidants than blueberries which have a value of 9,621.

In a nutshell, antioxidants are molecules that reverse the damage that free radicals cause including cell death and cancer. Research has shown that antioxidants slow aging, degeneration and protect the body against bad bacteria and viruses.

Because of it’s high antioxidant count and eugenol levels, clove is also known as the ultimate “protective” herb and has been used in essential oil blends such as “OnGuard” and “Thieves”.

History tells us that clove oil was one of the main essential oils that protected people from getting the Bubonic Plague in Europe. A group of robbers were caught by the the king and he asked them why they weren’t ill or dead from the plague exposure they said it was because they covered themselves with this protective blend of oils which included clove.

So adding some cloves or clove oil to your health regime could be good to naturally boost your antioxidant levels. For longterm use cinnamon is another great herb that can be added into your everyday diet to increase your antioxidant intake.

If you want to harness the benefits of clove oil, consider diffusing it in your home to clean the air, put it on gums around an aching tooth, put it in homemade personal care products like deodorant, cleaner and toothpaste, or if you are exposed to people with a cold or flu, mix it with coconut oil and rub it on your neck and chest for natural antioxidant protection.

If you want to learn more about essential oils like clove, check out this essential oils guide.

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Sources & References:

  • ORAC Values. Antioxidant Values of Foods Sorted by ORAC Value. Copyright © 2014Available at: http://oracvalues.com/sort/orac-value.
  • Chami N, et al. Study of anticandidal activity of carvacrol and eugenol in vitro and in vivo. Oral Microbiol Immunol 2005; 20(2):106-11.
  • Abd El Motteleb DM, et al. Differential effects of eugenol against hepatic inflammation and overall damage induced by ischemia/re-perfusion injury. J Immunotoxicol 2013; [Epub ahead of print].
  • Nuñez L, et al. Microbicide activity of clove essential oil (Eugenia caryophyllata). Braz J Microbiol 2012; 43(4): 1255-60.
  • Alqareer A, et al. The effect of clove and benzocaine versus placebo as topical anesthetics. J Dent 2006; 34(10):747-50.
  • Kamatou GP, et al. Eugenol--from the remote Maluku Islands to the international market place: a review of a remarkable and versatile molecule. Molecules 2012; 17(6):6953-81.
  • Marya CM, et al. In vitro inhibitory effect of clove essential oil and its two active principles on tooth decalcification by apple juice. Int J Dent 2012; 2012:759618.
  • The George Mateljan Foundation. Cloves. Copyright © 2001 2014-2014. Available at: http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=69

No comments yet - you should start the conversation!

  1. Nancy H says:

    What kind of diffuser are you using?

  2. emily says:

    Hello, thanks for the great info! Quick question – how many drops of clove oil per day would you recommend for doing a candida cleanse? (ex. 1 drop 3x daily) Thank you!

  3. Terri Wagner says:

    For gum health, do I just rub the oil directly on the gums? As an antioxidant, how much and how often should I take it? Thank you for everything you do!!

  4. Sherri says:

    Can you diffuse by putting a few drops in a carrier oil, then putting it in a wax warmer?

    • I think using an actual diffuser would have more benefits and help disperse the aroma better.

    • VampChick says:

      Heating essential oils harms their beneficial therapeutic properties. A vaporizer type diffuser has no heat thus preserving the integrity of the oils. The aromatherapy (scent) benefits are the same. Fill the diffuser with distilled water, add several drops of oils of your choice. Heating oils would be ok for aromatherapy only, if you only want the scent, but why not get the full benefit from your oils? Always buy good quality, 100% pure therapeutic grade essential oils. Many brands do not grow their own plants nor distill their own oils. Many are ‘cut’ or adulterated while legally claiming to be ‘pure’. Many state on the bottle ‘for aromatherapy’ & ‘not to be taken internally’. Be wary of indirect sellers such as online stores. Oils can be ‘cut’ or adulterated
      re-bottled & the caps replaced. Videos are posted online showing this process. Not all brands of essential oils are safe for pets due to their (legally permitted) level of impurity, often due to by-products of chemical processing or ‘cutting’ to make the oils less costly. This won’t be listed on the label & the oils will be legally marketed as 100% pure, often ‘for aromatherapy, not to be taken internally’. Cats especially can be harmed by even good quality oils. Please be mindful & do your research, check the sources. If oils are too cheap in price, there probably is a reason for that and you should look elsewhere. On that note, paying a premium price does not guarantee quality. Know what you are buying & from where it comes.

  5. Margarita says:

    Sorry my previous post was accidentally posted incomplete. My last question regarding teething: how often may I apply if to the baby’s gums.

    Thank you Dr. Josh Axe for all your information!!!

    ~ Margarita

  6. Tamika Ford says:

    So just using a diffuser will get rid of Candida?

  7. Anne Peterson says:

    I have wet macular degeneration. Someone indicated clove oil rubbed on bottom of feet helps. Is this true or is there another oil that might slow the progression?
    Thanks!!

  8. Diane says:

    If I use whole cloves in tea, is it still beneficial? Also, I have to drink decaffeinated tea, are the antioxidants still in tact?

  9. Sandy says:

    Would Clove work for TMJ? How do I use it if it does (on my skin where the TMJ area and do dilute)?

    Will it work on my wrist the same way since I have RA and my wrist ache?

  10. Aubrey says:

    Exactly how should I use Clove oil for the maximum antioxidents benifit. I am interested due to a health condition. I currently juice two meals daily of various greens, berries and other fruits, however, I am not getting the higher antioxidant level that you describe.

  11. sharon says:

    Hi Dr.Axe,Thank you so much for all the information!I use YOUNGLIVING BAMBOO DIFFUSER.I have been using clove oil for quite some time!Love it.I use it in soaps,lotions,deodorant and body spray.I also make toothpaste with it and of course diffuse it!!Keep the information coming!

  12. Kelly says:

    So your article points out that due to it’s strength it is best to dilute when used topically. I am interested in the face wash with honey, but 3 drops of clove oil seems like it might be a bit much for just 2 tsp of honey? My skin is sensitive and the face even more so. If I used just 1 drop would I still see benefit?

  13. Kevin says:

    Your the best Dr. Axe, Peace & Blessings too you!!!

  14. Tammy says:

    Hi Dr. Axe! With regard to inflammation, how would I use clove oil? I am dealing with chronic inflammation that I recently learned about. I do not have a diffuser. What other essential oils, along with clove, would help? Thanks so much.

  15. Angelique Edelen says:

    In this article, it says that clove shouldn’t been consumed for more than two weeks.
    I’m using CTPG clove oil in my Lifelong vitality vitamins.

    Did the statements mean only apply topically for no more than two weeks?

  16. Judy says:

    Would clove oil help with pain from PHN a neuropathy left from inside shingles ?

  17. louise says:

    Hi Dr axe
    love your website!
    my 13 month old baby boy has croup- can you recommend which oils are safe?
    there seems to be alot of conflicting info out there! Trust your advice.
    thanks and God bless
    Lou

    • I’m not able to give medical advice in this area, sorry!

    • Yuny says:

      Hello Louise

      My son too has croup. I have had really rough nights with him. I ve read a lot on this product which boost the immune system. I don’t know what it is, but when I stop giving him these drops he starts again with the chronic coughing at night. So now I just make sure I give him 1 full dropper in his milk and oatmeal every morning. I also use a diffuser at night with the essential oil from Plant Therapy called germ fighter yes, works great for my kids. My 27 month old is A ok and super healthy.
      This is what I give him. – Now Foods Echinacea &/Goldseal Plus Extract, 2-Ounce.
      Hope this was helpful. Good Luck and hang in there :)

  18. Linda lenard says:

    What oils would you recommend for help with seborrhic dermatitis ?

  19. Tahira Garabayli says:

    which oil can I use to detox my blood? thanks

  20. Sandy says:

    How do I use clove for lupus?

  21. Linda Coan says:

    I love your information, but I am not a fan of e-books. Do you have printed books that can be bought?

  22. Jodie Wright says:

    I had breast cancer 16 years ago and it was the estrogen positive kind. Is clove oil safe for someone who had that type of cancer? I’ve read conflicting things about it. Thank you!

    • theresa houck says:

      I would also like to know as I also have estrogen related breast cancer. I have been using soap with clove in it so hopefully I’m doing the right thing. I have, however, seen some conflicting info on the internet.

  23. toni says:

    I have Raynaud’s. I would benefit from an improved circulation. How could I use clove oil ? Maybe in tea ? X

  24. Kathy says:

    I have RA, what are some essential oils that would help with the inflammation and pain associated with this disease?

  25. David says:

    I put 2 drops of clove oil in water every day, swirl it around in my mouth, and then swallow. Is this too dangerous to do on a daily basis? Should I just use oregano oil instead?

  26. Sam says:

    Do cleanse body of parasites can you use clove by just rubbing on bottom of feet? Or should I put few drops in water And drink?

  27. Britney says:

    I have read that clove oil was one of the highest antioxidant essential oils, but never hear about it any where for use in skin care, like you hear with Rose oil. can it be used diluted properly in a say antioxidant serum or would you not suggest that?

  28. Bradley London says:

    Where can I get called pressed organic clove oil. I purchased some from new directions Australia. It has poison on the bottle.

  29. Bradley London says:

    I am a herbalist and am moving from ethanol based preparations. To essential oil organic cold pressed if possible.so would like a full range of herbs.especially ones high antioxidative and anti-cancer,and brain stimulates or nervine.yours sincerely Brad London

  30. Rose says:

    Could you use it to help whiten teeth?

  31. Leighanna Clevenger says:

    I have dry socket and I see this clove oil helps with inflammation and helps heal. How many drops do I use to put in the socket or what do I mix it with to put into my socket?

  32. Carina says:

    I have a 3, 5 and 6 year daughters who have pinworms. I have coconut oil and clove oil. Please tell me specifically how much clove oil to mix in the correct amount solid coconut oil for topical application on rectal area to kill the eggs and for fingers, as they bite thier nails. Also, I read about ingesting it but saw that a dr. needs to monitor. Our pediatrician is most likely unfamiliar with essential oils. Please empower me with mire knowledge about this. We will also try to focus on eliminating the grains and sugars.

  33. Jana says:

    Can I mix some clove oil with fractionated coconut oil and put it on my face as a daily moisturizer to help fight acne?

  34. Achileo says:

    How do I use it to boost my immunity?

  35. Maribel Duran says:

    how can I use clove for lupus

  36. Sara says:

    I’m hoping that I would find information that could help save my one year old’s beautiful teeth from the tooth decay that has been quickly damaging them. I am desperate to save his teeth and his oral hygiene/health. I feel so terrible. Can I safely put a small mixture of clove oil and coconut oil on his gums near his teeth to stop the decay and kill the bacteria? Or is my son too young for this treatment? Maybe I can wash out his mouth after some time with it. If you have ANY knowledge that can help me I would be truly grateful. -Sara

  37. MZ says:

    Dr. Axe!
    Question, if you had pinworms, what would be your line of defense to rid your body of this little buggers…permanently?!!
    Thank you!!

  38. [email protected] says:

    How to heal achille tendencies?

  39. Lea says:

    Curious if there is any negative interactions with medicines and clove buds? I heard it is very good to use for high blood pressure, but want to make sure it is just adding to the work of the medicine I take and not stopping it from working as I have heard some essential oils can have anot effect on medicines. Thank you.

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  1. Nancy H says:

    What kind of diffuser are you using?

  2. emily says:

    Hello, thanks for the great info! Quick question – how many drops of clove oil per day would you recommend for doing a candida cleanse? (ex. 1 drop 3x daily) Thank you!

  3. Terri Wagner says:

    For gum health, do I just rub the oil directly on the gums? As an antioxidant, how much and how often should I take it? Thank you for everything you do!!

  4. Sherri says:

    Can you diffuse by putting a few drops in a carrier oil, then putting it in a wax warmer?

    • I think using an actual diffuser would have more benefits and help disperse the aroma better.

    • VampChick says:

      Heating essential oils harms their beneficial therapeutic properties. A vaporizer type diffuser has no heat thus preserving the integrity of the oils. The aromatherapy (scent) benefits are the same. Fill the diffuser with distilled water, add several drops of oils of your choice. Heating oils would be ok for aromatherapy only, if you only want the scent, but why not get the full benefit from your oils? Always buy good quality, 100% pure therapeutic grade essential oils. Many brands do not grow their own plants nor distill their own oils. Many are ‘cut’ or adulterated while legally claiming to be ‘pure’. Many state on the bottle ‘for aromatherapy’ & ‘not to be taken internally’. Be wary of indirect sellers such as online stores. Oils can be ‘cut’ or adulterated
      re-bottled & the caps replaced. Videos are posted online showing this process. Not all brands of essential oils are safe for pets due to their (legally permitted) level of impurity, often due to by-products of chemical processing or ‘cutting’ to make the oils less costly. This won’t be listed on the label & the oils will be legally marketed as 100% pure, often ‘for aromatherapy, not to be taken internally’. Cats especially can be harmed by even good quality oils. Please be mindful & do your research, check the sources. If oils are too cheap in price, there probably is a reason for that and you should look elsewhere. On that note, paying a premium price does not guarantee quality. Know what you are buying & from where it comes.

  5. Margarita says:

    Sorry my previous post was accidentally posted incomplete. My last question regarding teething: how often may I apply if to the baby’s gums.

    Thank you Dr. Josh Axe for all your information!!!

    ~ Margarita

  6. Tamika Ford says:

    So just using a diffuser will get rid of Candida?

  7. Anne Peterson says:

    I have wet macular degeneration. Someone indicated clove oil rubbed on bottom of feet helps. Is this true or is there another oil that might slow the progression?
    Thanks!!

  8. Diane says:

    If I use whole cloves in tea, is it still beneficial? Also, I have to drink decaffeinated tea, are the antioxidants still in tact?

  9. Sandy says:

    Would Clove work for TMJ? How do I use it if it does (on my skin where the TMJ area and do dilute)?

    Will it work on my wrist the same way since I have RA and my wrist ache?

  10. Aubrey says:

    Exactly how should I use Clove oil for the maximum antioxidents benifit. I am interested due to a health condition. I currently juice two meals daily of various greens, berries and other fruits, however, I am not getting the higher antioxidant level that you describe.

  11. sharon says:

    Hi Dr.Axe,Thank you so much for all the information!I use YOUNGLIVING BAMBOO DIFFUSER.I have been using clove oil for quite some time!Love it.I use it in soaps,lotions,deodorant and body spray.I also make toothpaste with it and of course diffuse it!!Keep the information coming!

  12. Kelly says:

    So your article points out that due to it’s strength it is best to dilute when used topically. I am interested in the face wash with honey, but 3 drops of clove oil seems like it might be a bit much for just 2 tsp of honey? My skin is sensitive and the face even more so. If I used just 1 drop would I still see benefit?

  13. Kevin says:

    Your the best Dr. Axe, Peace & Blessings too you!!!

  14. Tammy says:

    Hi Dr. Axe! With regard to inflammation, how would I use clove oil? I am dealing with chronic inflammation that I recently learned about. I do not have a diffuser. What other essential oils, along with clove, would help? Thanks so much.

  15. Angelique Edelen says:

    In this article, it says that clove shouldn’t been consumed for more than two weeks.
    I’m using CTPG clove oil in my Lifelong vitality vitamins.

    Did the statements mean only apply topically for no more than two weeks?

  16. Judy says:

    Would clove oil help with pain from PHN a neuropathy left from inside shingles ?

  17. louise says:

    Hi Dr axe
    love your website!
    my 13 month old baby boy has croup- can you recommend which oils are safe?
    there seems to be alot of conflicting info out there! Trust your advice.
    thanks and God bless
    Lou

    • I’m not able to give medical advice in this area, sorry!

    • Yuny says:

      Hello Louise

      My son too has croup. I have had really rough nights with him. I ve read a lot on this product which boost the immune system. I don’t know what it is, but when I stop giving him these drops he starts again with the chronic coughing at night. So now I just make sure I give him 1 full dropper in his milk and oatmeal every morning. I also use a diffuser at night with the essential oil from Plant Therapy called germ fighter yes, works great for my kids. My 27 month old is A ok and super healthy.
      This is what I give him. – Now Foods Echinacea &/Goldseal Plus Extract, 2-Ounce.
      Hope this was helpful. Good Luck and hang in there :)

  18. Linda lenard says:

    What oils would you recommend for help with seborrhic dermatitis ?

  19. Tahira Garabayli says:

    which oil can I use to detox my blood? thanks

  20. Sandy says:

    How do I use clove for lupus?

  21. Linda Coan says:

    I love your information, but I am not a fan of e-books. Do you have printed books that can be bought?

  22. Jodie Wright says:

    I had breast cancer 16 years ago and it was the estrogen positive kind. Is clove oil safe for someone who had that type of cancer? I’ve read conflicting things about it. Thank you!

    • theresa houck says:

      I would also like to know as I also have estrogen related breast cancer. I have been using soap with clove in it so hopefully I’m doing the right thing. I have, however, seen some conflicting info on the internet.

  23. toni says:

    I have Raynaud’s. I would benefit from an improved circulation. How could I use clove oil ? Maybe in tea ? X

  24. Kathy says:

    I have RA, what are some essential oils that would help with the inflammation and pain associated with this disease?

  25. David says:

    I put 2 drops of clove oil in water every day, swirl it around in my mouth, and then swallow. Is this too dangerous to do on a daily basis? Should I just use oregano oil instead?

  26. Sam says:

    Do cleanse body of parasites can you use clove by just rubbing on bottom of feet? Or should I put few drops in water And drink?

  27. Britney says:

    I have read that clove oil was one of the highest antioxidant essential oils, but never hear about it any where for use in skin care, like you hear with Rose oil. can it be used diluted properly in a say antioxidant serum or would you not suggest that?

  28. Bradley London says:

    Where can I get called pressed organic clove oil. I purchased some from new directions Australia. It has poison on the bottle.

  29. Bradley London says:

    I am a herbalist and am moving from ethanol based preparations. To essential oil organic cold pressed if possible.so would like a full range of herbs.especially ones high antioxidative and anti-cancer,and brain stimulates or nervine.yours sincerely Brad London

  30. Rose says:

    Could you use it to help whiten teeth?

  31. Leighanna Clevenger says:

    I have dry socket and I see this clove oil helps with inflammation and helps heal. How many drops do I use to put in the socket or what do I mix it with to put into my socket?

  32. Carina says:

    I have a 3, 5 and 6 year daughters who have pinworms. I have coconut oil and clove oil. Please tell me specifically how much clove oil to mix in the correct amount solid coconut oil for topical application on rectal area to kill the eggs and for fingers, as they bite thier nails. Also, I read about ingesting it but saw that a dr. needs to monitor. Our pediatrician is most likely unfamiliar with essential oils. Please empower me with mire knowledge about this. We will also try to focus on eliminating the grains and sugars.

  33. Jana says:

    Can I mix some clove oil with fractionated coconut oil and put it on my face as a daily moisturizer to help fight acne?

  34. Achileo says:

    How do I use it to boost my immunity?

  35. Maribel Duran says:

    how can I use clove for lupus

  36. Sara says:

    I’m hoping that I would find information that could help save my one year old’s beautiful teeth from the tooth decay that has been quickly damaging them. I am desperate to save his teeth and his oral hygiene/health. I feel so terrible. Can I safely put a small mixture of clove oil and coconut oil on his gums near his teeth to stop the decay and kill the bacteria? Or is my son too young for this treatment? Maybe I can wash out his mouth after some time with it. If you have ANY knowledge that can help me I would be truly grateful. -Sara

  37. MZ says:

    Dr. Axe!
    Question, if you had pinworms, what would be your line of defense to rid your body of this little buggers…permanently?!!
    Thank you!!

  38. [email protected] says:

    How to heal achille tendencies?

  39. Lea says:

    Curious if there is any negative interactions with medicines and clove buds? I heard it is very good to use for high blood pressure, but want to make sure it is just adding to the work of the medicine I take and not stopping it from working as I have heard some essential oils can have anot effect on medicines. Thank you.

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