Aura Cacia Clove Bud Essential Oil
100% Pure Essential Oil 15 mL

The sweet, spicy aroma of clove is familiar and comforting. Its scent evokes a calm energy that can motivate action. Diffuse it with sweet orange for an uplifting mood.

This essential oil is obtained by water distillation of the buds.

Botanical Name: Syzygium aromaticum 

Ingredients: Syzygium aromaticum (clove) bud oil

Product Notes:

  • Color: Pale yellow to amber brown
  • Viscosity: Mobile
  • Top Note: Fruity-fresh, acetic
  • Middle Note: Typical of eugenol clove note supported and sweetened by the elemnts of the top-note
  • Dry Note: Lingering, dry, sweet-spicy
  • Aromatherapy Actions: Warm, sense-enhancing
  • Safety Data: Mildly toxic by skin contact. Avoid during pregnancy.

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Carolyn C: a couple of weeks ago

i actually bought this clove bud oil to blend with the sweet orange for my diffuser. very nice!

Hayley: a few months ago

Stronger than I expected. Reminds me a lot of Thieves (which my stomach can't handle the smell of).... have not tried it mixed with anything yet. Hopefully that will help and it won't overpower!

Stephanie: a few months ago

The scent is very strong, sort of "medieval" if that makes sense. Mix with a carrier oil if you apply to skin (I used coconut oil for its anti-bacterial/anti-fungal properties). I have not tried diffusing it, but it might be nice in the fall/winter with Lemon, Cinnamon, Eucalyptus, and Rosemary.

Melissa: about a year ago

This oil has a great scent but is very strong; do not over-use!

Shane: more than a year ago

I love this scent ... great for mixing with cedar and pine I find...

Elaine: more than a year ago

I am getting used to this scent. I may try mixing it with cinnamon, and orange as suggested above.

Agatha: more than a year ago

I use clove oil, anise oil and olive oil to make sinus drops- works very well to drain the sinuses.

Rachel: more than a year ago

Clove bud oil works great for teething pain. The previous reviewer only used it for aromatherapy and has used other "scents" that she liked better but essential oils are more than just for aromatherapy, they are medicinal as well. Clove bud oil is used mainly for medicinal purposes.

Mel: more than a year ago

This oil (clove bud) does not smell good to me at all. Very medicinal and pungent. Maybe it's used for another purpose other than aromatherapy but for the scent, I would not recommend it. I do find that the Aura Cacia products are good quality and value, however and have tried other scents that I enjoyed from this brand.

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