LCA Organic Essential Clove Oil

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LCA Organic Clove Essential Oil 10ml

steam distillation

eugenia caryophyllata

flower bud

In which cases can you use clove essential oil?

  • Gastric burns
  • nausea
  • Eructations
  • Infectious disease: tropical disease, malaria, helicobacter pylorii, postpartum infectious complications, viral hepatitis, viral enterocolitis, spasmodic enterocolitis,
  • Gravity during digestion
  • Pain in the pit of the stomach
  • vomiting
  • gastritis
  • Feeling of painful hunger
  • Intestinal infections and parasitosis

Description of LCA Organic Essential Clove Oil

LCA Organic Essential Clove Oil has many features such as:

  • Anti-infectious, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, powerful antifungal
  • General stimulant: physical, digestive and immune
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Dental anesthetic
  • Uterine tonic: to be used before, during and after delivery

Advice for use and dosage

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Main chemical compound: Phenols 70 to 85% (Eugenol)
Other chemical compounds: Esters 15 to 20% (eugenyl benzoate), Sesquiterpenes 5 to 15% (Caryophyllene), traces of: Monoterpenes, Monoterpenols, Oxides, Ketones, Sesquiterpenols, Aldehydes

Precaution of use

Clove essential oil is contraindicated in pregnant and lactating women and children under 12 years of age.

When used for the skin, it is recommended to use it highly diluted, because clove essential oil is dermocaustic. Always precede the cutaneous use of a test in the fold of the elbow.

Introducing LCA Organic Essential Clove Oil

LCA Organic Essential Clove Oil comes in the form of a 10 ml vial.

Our advice and expert advice in pharmacy

Tip to promote the contractions of a childbirth:

Dilute 2 drops of clove essential oil in 6 drops of vegetable oil and apply on the lower back.

In case of dental pain:

Apply a drop of essential oil with a cotton swab directly on the painful area.

At the heart of the Alpes de Haute-Provence, the Combe d'Ase Laboratory (La Combe de l'Ass in Provence) has been specialized in Aromatherapy for nearly 40 years.
Respectful of the artisanal know-how of the pickers and distillers of aromatic plants, all its essential oils are selected with the greatest care. Its formulation expertise is at the origin of cosmetics and wellness products of unparalleled and valuable quality.

LCA Aroma benefits from the labels Cosmebio and AB BIO , two labels certified by Ecocert ; the European specialist in the certification of products from organic farming.

Of a demanding nature, LCA Aroma is committed to offering only products combining efficiency, safety, pleasure and simplicity. That's why the range of essential oils is the answer to these requirements!

Thus, Combe d'Ase Laboratory offers only Botanically Essential and Biochemically Defined Essential Oils (HEBBD), so-called chemotyped oils. This name means that each bottle of essential oil is identified by:

  • The botanical name of the plant from which is extracted the part of the plant that secretes the oil.
  • His chemotype: the main molecules it contains.
  • The country of origin of the plant its mode of cultivation (wild, organic or natural).

The attachment to the terroir and to the botanical specificity of each plant, such as the respect of the harvest periods, the ripening and distillation periods, are essential elements of selection. This is why the Laboratoire Combe d'Ase is constantly on the lookout for the variety and / or origin that is the most rich in virtues and benefits, but also the best know-how of the producers.

An organic essential oil comes from a biological culture that guarantees the cultivation of the aromatic plant on a healthy and robust soil, subject to natural conditions, which exclude the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides and other chemical substances. On the labels of organic essential oil appears the initials referring to the origin of the plant used, the most famous labels being undoubtedly the green food label Organic Agriculture (AB) with the European green leaf or the Cosmebio label for the organic essential oils cosmetics.

Organic essential oils

Organic Essential Oils : All our essential oils are from pharmaceutical laboratories and they are chemotyped. The organic essential oils that we distribute are 100% pure, 100% natural and 100% complete or integral. Essential Oil HECT or HEBD : We present for sale only essential oils certified BIO by ECOCERT, HEBBD (Essential Oils Botanically and Biochemically Defined) and HECT (Essential Oils ChemoTypées).

How are the organic essential oils obtained?

Steam distillation is the most common method of extracting essential oils. The extraction of essential oils from citrus zest (pericarp) is done by cold pressing. Absolutes are extracted by hot enfleurage and enfleurage cold as well as the extract Co2.

How to use organic essential oils

An organic essential oil must be natural, that is to say, ideally from organic farming. In this way, you can rest assured that your essential oil will not contain pesticides or GMOs ... Organic essential oils called "organic" (at least 95%) are stamped AB, Cosmebio or Ecocert. It is the guarantee of a product without addition, with a real traceability and a strict control. On the bottle, besides the Latin name and the botanical family of the plant, there is the chemotype - which defines the (s) biochemically active molecule (s) and majority (s) -, the expiry date. .

The organoleptic, physicochemical and chromatographic characteristics of Organic Essential Oils are perfectly defined and listed within the framework of standards development by AFNOR. When you buy a quality essential oil, this oil must meet many criteria of verifiable quality on the labeling. The labeling of the essential oil that you want to buy must include:

  • the common name of the plant (lemon) and its name in Latin (citrus limonum)
  • the composition and origin of the oil and if possible components
  • part of the plant that has been distilled (flower, leaf, stem, bark, root)
  • the main active ingredient
  • the extraction process (by distillation of the plant or by mechanical expression concerning citrus fruits)
  • the chemotype
  • the provenance (geographical area or country)
  • the net quantity
  • the shelf life of the oil (expiry date)

Many properties are attached to organic essential oils. They can have an impact on the blood and lymphatic circulation, the nervous, digestive and hormonal systems. They can play a role of antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral or be recognized for their anesthetic or mucolytic properties.

Unless otherwise stated, the formulas are intended for adults, non-epileptic, non-asthmatic, non-renal or hepatic patients. Pregnant or lactating women should avoid using essential oils. Some essential oils mimic the action of hormones and are contraindicated in case of a history of hormone-dependent cancer. An essential oil can be stored for up to five years, in a smoked glass bottle, tightly closed and protected from light.

Also find all our advice on our blog with the warning on the use of certain essential oils , and also the different techniques to obtain essential oils . Take advantage of our certified naturopaths and our advice to choose the best treatment adapted to your troubles and your personal situation. For more information, do not hesitate to ask us for advice on our secure form .

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