Organic Clove Bud Essential Oil

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ArOmis’ clove bud essential oil is steam-distilled from the buds and flowers of the clove tree, Syzygium aromaticum. Clove trees are native to Indonesia and grow in other warm climates around the world. Aromatically, the spicy-sweet scent of clove is strong and is considered grounding, uplifting, and warming. Many cultures incorporate clove spice into cooking. It’s extremely versatile and is used to flavor dishes like meats, pies, soups, and teas.

Uses & Benefits

  • Try rubbing clove oil on the gums and tooth if you have a toothache or incorporating it into a DIY mouthwash. 
  • Use clove oil to help ease the symptoms of cases of flu, colds, fevers, and bronchial problems.
  • Create a DIY massage oil out of coconut and clove oil to help with sore muscles and arthritis. 
  • Use clove oil as part of an ant or mosquito repellant 
  • Blend clove, cinnamon, and orange oil in a diffuser to create a warm, inviting smell reminiscent of winter and fall holidays. 
  • Inhale clove oil directly from the bottle for grounding and calm. 

Generally, our oils are safe but use caution if using for the first time, always use diluted, and never ingest. With clove oil, take precautions if you are pregnant or nursing if you have liver disease, clotting, or immune system problems

Our clove bud essential oil is certified organic and imported from Srilanka. We are committed to partnering with sustainable and fair trade agriculture and local farmers when possible. 

Enjoy the beautiful aroma of clove bud essential oil in one of our nebulizing diffusers today!

30 day Return
3.00 (in)
1.00 (in)
2.00 (in)
Botanical Name:
Syzyygium Aromaticum
Parts of Plant Used:
Bud & Flower
Extraction Method:
Steam Distilled
Country of Origin:
South Africa
Plant Origin:
South Africa


  • 5
    I purchased this product to help out my son who was having problems with gingivitis . He started using the product by soaking a q-tip in it and them rubbing it along the gum line. It was helped tremendously and his dentist is very impressed.

    Posted by Aaron on Jul 3rd 2018


  • 5
    I love this oil: the scent is very clearing and soothing. I mix it with an unscented almond oil before applying to my body as clove oil is burning if applied alone. This works wonderfully as a bug deterrent.

    Posted by Nicolaus on Jul 3rd 2018


  • 5
    Clove is an evergreen tree, which produces a flower bud that has numerous medicinal properties. Clove Bud Essential Oil has many uses. We use it a lot as an antiseptic. It is great for toothaches.

    Posted by Stewart on Jul 3rd 2018


  • 5
    Incredible at diffusing and going to sleep to. I mean 1, 2, 3, knockout. The smell is pleasant. I've only used it for diffusing at night.

    Posted by Diana on Jul 3rd 2018


  • 5
    "Best medicine for toothache. It works in matter of 1-5 minutes. A good small medicine bottle that you can carry with you and use whenever you need to. Plus it provides a strong, nice medicinal smell from your mouth.

    Posted by Alice on Jul 3rd 2018


  • 5
    I use this for a couple of things and it has helped. I'm new at this and need to learn more. I use it with cedar wood oil to repel bugs and it works nicely to continually reduce the flea infestation I thought I was never going to get rid of.

    Posted by Calvin on Jul 3rd 2018


  • 5
    My partner was having major tooth pain, & someone recommended this for him. He just put a couple drops on a q-tip and dabbed it where the pain was coming from and it honestly reduced the pain.

    Posted by Mason on Jul 3rd 2018


  • 5
    As far as I know, clove oil has pain-killing and antimicrobial (antibiotic) properties, because for the toothache I had for which NOTHING else seemed to work, clove oil worked.

    Posted by Peter on Jul 3rd 2018


  • 5
    I don't know what I would do without this clove oil. I have a type of neuralgia that just happens manifest pain in my teeth and this clove oil saves my life from such debilitating pain.

    Posted by Simon on Jul 3rd 2018