Clove oil has been in use from last many centuries for removing any type of toothache. The oil has a special chemical called eugenol. Since ancient times, it is used as a flavoring agent for warm beverages.
The evergreen tree of Clove grows up to a height of 36 feet. It has crimson flowers that appear in clusters at the terminal and also has large leaves.
Comparison Between Organic & Conventional
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Strength of Aroma: A middle note of strong aroma, the Spicy and phenolic, with a woody and herbaceous odor. Clove leaf essential oil holds the same beneficial properties, but it is milder in scent and smell.
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