Ayumi Pure Clove Oil 20ml
Available in 15ml
Properties of Clove
Oil Eugenol is the active ingredient in cloves that gives the oil its analgesic, anesthetic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, which goes on to point out that some studies show that some clove preparations may give you as much relief as gels that contain 20 percent benzocaine, a topical anesthetic. A combination of clove oil and zinc oxide may be helpful for dry socket, the inflammation that occurs in the mouth after a tooth is pulled. The NIH indicates that clove oil gets a grade of "B" for these purposes, as there's good scientific evidence to support them.
Apply clove oil directly to the painful tooth, or put some on a cotton ball and place it next to the tooth. But don't swallow clove oil, as it can be dangerous in large doses. Cautions that ingestion of undiluted clove oil may cause vomiting, sore throat, seizures, respiratory difficulties and kidney or liver failure.
Clove Oil Cautions
Clove oil may cause burning or loss of sensation when applied to the inside of your mouth. Even small doses of clove oil can cause side effects in children. It's not advised, then, for use in children, nor for pregnant or breastfeeding women. If you have kidney or liver problems or seizures, use clove oil with caution. Some people are sensitive to the eugenol constituent in cloves and severe allergic reactions may occur. If you know you're allergic to cloves, eugenol or Balsam of Peru, avoid using clove oil to treat tooth pain.
Storage Keep in a cool dry place away from sunlight & direct heat.
Keep away from Children