Clove Bud Loyol Product Sheet

clove bud

Product Information and Traditional & Alternative Uses Clove has had a long history of being used for its effects on inflammation; however, there has not been much scientific validation to this statement until recently. The Journal of Immunotoxicology published the first ever study proving that the eugenol in clove oil is indeed a potent anti-inflammatory. Clove oil should be mixed with a carrier oil for most topical applications and only used for short periods at low amounts of up to two weeks internally.

1 CANDIDA 2 TOOTHACHES 3 NAUSEA 4 ANTIOXIDANT

5 DRY SOCKET 6 IMMUNE SYSTEM 7 CONTROL BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS 8 FLAVORING AGENT

Primary Use - Analgesic & Antifungal: CANDIDA CLEANSE: Dilute one drop with one drop of carrier oil. Put in a capsule and take up to 2 times daily. Up to 2 weeks. We recommend using this cleanse under the care of a physician or nutritionist TOOTHACHE/DRY SOCKET: Apply one drop to the tip of a Q-Tip and apply directly on the area of issue. Reapply as needed. CONTROL BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS: Dilute one drop with one drop of carrier oil. Put in a capsule and take up to 2 times daily. Up to 2 weeks. Continue using clove bud externally by using Aeroma clove bud apply diluted to the bottom of the feet.

**Consult your primary care provider before making any changes to your current dietary regimen. Many essential oils may enhance or decrease the effectiveness of prescription drugs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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