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How To Use Essential Oils

Clove Bud Oil: Using clove bud oil for Candida July 11 2014

Candida is a type of yeast infection that occurs most often within the digestive tract, but can also be found topically on the skin. It is essentially a strain of yeast that can overgrow on or in the body and cause a host of problems, ranging from digestive upset, skin disorders, fatigue, thrush, vaginal yeast infections, and more. Studies have shown concentrated clove bud oil treatments can help to eliminate...

Clove Bud Oil: Using clove bud oil for corns June 17 2014

Much like calluses, corns develop on the feet because of friction and pressure, but they only appear on or between the toes (ouch!) Corns first cause pain on the surface of the foot, where the top of the corn rubs against a shoe that fits too tightly, for example. But the real problem arises inside the toe, where the root of the corn exerts pressure on sensitive nerves and can...

Clove Bud Oil: Using clove bud oil for hormonal balance June 04 2014

When our hormones are unbalanced, we can experience a wide array of symptoms and ailments that can even transpire past the physical symptoms to emotional disturbances as well. Clove bud essential oil is strongly anti-inflammatory and fires up both mind and body. It helps to stimulate blood circulation, acting to increase oxygenation of the various bodily glands that work together to create a proper balance and function of hormones.  ...

Clove Bud Oil: Using clove bud oil for mold May 30 2014

When it comes to mold, bleach is very popular “remedy.” But the thing about bleach is that is doesn’t so much kill the mold as it bleaches its color. Clove bud oil has potent antibacterial, antiviral, and antiseptic properties, making it a great choice for use as a mold inhibitor. It works to attack and kill the actual mold spores, so you won’t have to worry about the mold coming...

Clove Bud Oil: Using clove bud oil for disinfecting (BOOM essential oil blend too!) May 01 2014

Clove bud oil has potent anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, and antiseptic properties, making it a great choice for use as a disinfectant. It has a very pungent and distinct scent that can be quite overpowering, so it’s best to start with small amounts and add more clove oil depending on how much you like the scent.   How to use clove bud oil to disinfect:   Place a few drops to...

Clove Bud Oil: Using clove bud oil for fungal infections April 23 2014

Toenail fungus, athlete’s foot, dandruff, ringworm, yeast infections, and tinea versicolor (itchy white spots commonly affecting the arms) are among the most widespread fungal skin infections, and clove bud oil has amazing antifungal, antibacterial and antiseptic properties that can help effectively treat these conditions. Studies have shown concentrated clove bud oil treatments can help to eliminate fungal infections, and can be effectively used in place of both over the counter...

Clove Bud Oil: Using clove bud oil for muscle aches April 10 2014

Sore muscles are caused by a lactic acid build-up within the muscle tissue, which is the result of overexertion and muscle exhaustion (read: exercise or excess muscle stress). The lactic acid accumulates, causing muscles to become mildly inflamed and sore. While this pain is temporary, it can be quite uncomfortable, especially after sitting or lying down for a long period of time. Clove buds produce a powerfully analgesic and antispasmodic...

Clove Bud Oil: Using clove bud oil for warts March 20 2014

Common warts are growths on the skin that are caused by a virus (the human papillomavirus). Warts are contagious, especially when scratched or festered with. They typically disappear on their own over time, but it could take years to do so. Depending on the location and size, you will most likely want (or need) to get rid of them sooner, and clove bud essential oil provides a safe alternative to...

Clove Bud Oil: Using clove bud oil for hypothyroidism March 11 2014

The thyroid gland is an endocrine gland located within the front of the neck, just below the larynx (voice box). The thyroid plays an important role in regulating the body's metabolism and calcium balance. It releases a combination of hormones in order to do this, and if this hormone balance is thrown off, various symptoms can arise. Hypothyroidism is a condition characterized by abnormally low thyroid hormone production. Because thyroid...

Clove Bud Oil: Using clove bud oil for toothaches February 27 2014

A toothache is simply a pain in or around a tooth that may have various causes. These include tooth decay, tooth fracture, a cavity, a damaged filling, teeth grinding, and infected gums.  Symptoms include a sharp or throbbing tooth pain that may either be constant or come and go with pressure (from chewing), swelling, fever, and even drainage from the infected tooth.  While a toothache almost always necessitates a trip to the...

Clove Bud Oil: Using clove oil for tobacco addiction February 17 2014

An addiction to tobacco is both physical and physiological. The smoker has created within themselves both a “need” for the drug and a need for the act of ingesting said drug (smoking). Nicotine is a powerful drug, and withdrawal from it can cause some crazy symptoms when you try to quit. When a person smokes a cigarette, the body immediately responds to the nicotine, causing a short-term increase in blood pressure, heart rate  and...
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