Four Scents Team

Botanical Name: Eugenia caryophyllus


Boosts Immunity
Relieves Pain
Aids Digestion


Aroma: Spicy, Woody, Fruity.
Another famous culinary spice, Clove is a staple of the festive season due to its warm and comforting scent. Its powerful properties make this an effective essential oil for general wellness.
Clove - Aroma
History: The use of Clove has been traced back to at least 2,000 years ago, used in China as a breath freshener, medicine and food. In the 1st Century, Cloves were used in Greece and Egypt, and by the 2nd Century they were recorded to be an important part of Ayurvedic medicine in India. Over the next 2 centuries they were traded throughout Europe and became a source of global trade conflict, such was their popularity! Demand is still high for Clove due to its use in cosmetics, food, and natural body care products.
Clove - History
- Boosts Immunity
- Relieves Pain
- Aids Digestion
How Does Clove Aid the Immune System?
Clove has an active compound, eugenol, that has been shown to help inhibit oxidative stress and inflammation, helping to defend against diseases. Its antimicrobial and antiviral properties can help the immune system to fight off colds, flu and chills.
Clove - Immunity
Can Clove Relieve Pain?
It has anti-neuralgic qualities, so Clove is beneficial in treating toothache in particular, numbing the pain to provide relief. Its anti-rheumatic properties are beneficial in treating arthritis and muscular sprains and strains. Soothing inflammation, Clove can help reduce swelling and irritation.
Clove - Pain-Relief
How Does Clove Help Digestion?
Having antispasmodic properties, Clove can bring relief to a few digestive issues including motion sickness, bloating, stomach ache and indigestion. The active ingredients can help to stimulate enzymes, which then promotes good digestion.
Clove - Digestion
Aromatherapy – Add drops to your diffuser to evoke warmth and comfort. Also, a great insect repellent!
Massage – Dilute very well (no more than 2%) to a carrier oil to help feel stronger after illness and ease digestion. Patch test recommended before use.
Hair – Dilute well in shampoo to soothe an itchy scalp and help promote hair growth.
Toothache – Soak a piece of cotton wool in half an eggcup of warm water with 2 drops of oil, and press against the painful tooth.
Cleaning – Follow a tested recipe to benefit from Clove’s mould-busting properties.
Candles and Soaps – Serves as a good middle (and occasionally top) note in blends.
Clove - Applications

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