Being the sort of person who did not smile.
I used to always hide my smile as my teeth have not always been the best, but I been going to our local dentist. A few jobs to be done, Gums bleeding and receding, Yellow stained, fillings and 1 extraction. so overall pretty bad. however, since I have been using dōTERRA Clove oil with my dōTERRA Toothpaste, a drop on the toothpaste before brushing, I have seen changes I am happy to smile now. I have been using this for a few months now and the dentist, she seems very happy with the improvement, gums not bleeding and looking healthy, teeth getting whiter she keeps saying she is "impressed".
If you really want to have a super cool feeling of a clean mouth after brushing your teeth check out dōTERRA Clove oil along with dōTERRA toothpaste
Where to Buy Clove Oil
If you’ve already experienced the versatile and beneficial properties of Clove essential oil, take a look at our Clove oil page and see how to order your own. If you are new to essential oils, you’ll want to make sure that the oils you purchase are high quality, safe to use, and carefully tested. At dōTERRA, we rely on CPTG Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade quality testing to ensure that our oils are safe, pure, and potent. So when you order Clove oil from dōTERRA, you can rest easy knowing that you are getting a quality product.
However, look what else dōTERRA Clove oil is amazing for Check out all of Clove's physical and emotional benefits by reading right to the end of the post.
Common Primary Uses: Addictions (Tobacco), Antioxidant, Blood Clots, Candida, Cataracts, Corns, Disinfectant, Fever, Fungal Infections, Herpes Simplex, Hodgkin's Disease, Hormonal Balance, Hypothyroidism, Liver Cleansing, Lupus, Macular Degeneration, Memory, Metabolism Balance, Mold, Muscle Aches, Muscle Pain, Osteoporosis, Plague, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Termites, Thyroid Dysfunction, Toothache (Pain), Tumor (Lipoma), Viral Infections, Warts, Wounds.
Common Application Methods:
Dilute 1:1 (1 drop essential oil to 1 drop carrier oil) before topical use. Apply to reflex points and/or directly on the area of concern. Rub directly on the gums surrounding an infected tooth. Place on the tongue with finger to remove the desire to smoke, or place on the back of the tongue to fight against tickling cough.
Diffuse with caution; it may irritate the nasal membranes if it is inhaled directly from a diffuser.
Place 1 drop under the tongue, or take in capsules.
Use as a flavouring in cooking.
Properties: Analgesic, antibacterial, anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, antiparasitic, strong antiseptic, antitumor, antiviral, disinfectant, antioxidant, and immune stimulant.
Historical Uses: Cloves were historically used for skin infections, digestive upsets, intestinal parasites, childbirth, and most notably for toothache. The Chinese also used cloves for diarrhoea, hernia, bad breath, and bronchitis.
French Medicinal Uses: Impotence, intestinal parasites, memory deficiency, pain, plague, toothache, wounds (infected).
Other Possible Uses: Clove is valuable as a drawing salve-it helps pull infection from tissues. It may also help amebic dysentery, arthritis, bacterial colitis, bones, bronchitis, cholera, cystitis, dental infection, diarrhea, infectious acne, fatigue, flatulence (gas), flu, halitosis (bad breath), tension headaches, hypertension, infection (wounds and more), insect bites and stings, insect control (insecticidal), nausea, neuritis, nettles and poison oak (takes out sting), rheumatism, sinusitis, skin cancer, chronic skin disease, smoking (removes desire), sores (speeds healing of mouth and skin sores), tuberculosis, leg ulcers, viral hepatitis, and vomiting.
Body System(s) Affected: Cardiovascular, Digestive, Immune, and Respiratory Systems.
Aromatic Influence: It may influence healing, improve memory (mental stimulant), and create a feeling of protection and courage.
Oral Use As Dietary Supplement Clove oil is generally recognized as safe (GRAS) for human consumption. Dilute one drop oil in 1 tsp. honey or in 4 oz. of beverage (i.e. soy/rice milk). Not for children under 6 years old; use with caution and in greater dilution for children 6 years old and over.
Safety Data: Repeated use can result in extreme contact sensitization. Use with caution during pregnancy. Can irritate sensitive skin.
Found in blends;- On Guard, Passion, Cheer & DDR Prime.
The oil of Boundaries
Clove supports individuals in letting go of victim mentality. Victims feel overly influenced by other people and outside circumstances. They perceive themselves as powerless to change their life situations. Clove helps individuals stand up for themselves, be proactive, and feel capable of making their own choices, regardless of others.
Clove assists individuals in letting go of patterns of self-betrayal and co-dependency by reconnecting them with their personal integrity. It builds up appropriate boundaries and defences. Clove gives pushovers the courage to say "no". It reignites the soul fire and can assist anytime there has been damage related to childhood pain, trauma or abuse. Clove is helpful for breaking free of patterns of abuse by restoring the victim's sense of self and helping them regain strength to stand up for their needs. Clove insists that individuals live true to themselves and the Divine by establishing clear boundaries.
NEGATIVE EMOTIONS: Victim mentality, defeated, dominated, enslaved, fear of rejection, intimidated, controlled, codependent.
POSITIVE PROPERTIES: Empowered, clear boundaries, protected, courageous, independent, capable, proactive, integrity.
Aromatic: Inhale from bottle or diffuse.
Topical: Dilute 1 drop or less with a carrier oil and apply on the bottom of feet or over sacral chakra (lower stomach)
Clove is a 'hot' oil and can be irritating to the skin; be cautious when using topically.
Clove diffuser blend idea's
'Cuddle by the fire' - 1 Clove, 2 Cinnamon & 3 Wild Orange.
'Immune booster' - 2 each of Clove, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Wild Orange & Cinnamon.
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