Unlock the Secrets of Clove Bud CO2 Extract
Clove bud CO2 extract is a supercritical oil that is processed with carbon dioxide extraction techniques. This ensures that every drop retains the true essence of clove, making it a go-to choice for those who appreciate the depth and richness of this exotic spice.
At Aromachology we produce our supercritical clove oil with the finest raw material from India (the land of spices). It is a strong and potent oil and you can use it for aromatherapy, natural herbal medicines and much more.
Cloves, also known as laung, are a staple in Asian households for their multiple health benefits. You would notice a lot of grandfathers telling their grandkids to keep a bud in their mouth for any tooth pain. I have also been one of those.
This extract captures that very essence with its benefits and uses.
When it comes to nature's treasures, the Clove Bud CO2 Extract stands out as a captivating and powerful essence of spice and warmth. Crafted from the finest Eugenia caryophyllata flower buds, this extraordinary extract is a symphony of aromatic bliss and therapeutic potential, making it a must-have for spice enthusiasts and wellness seekers alike.
How Is Clove Bud CO2 Extract Made?
Clove Bud CO2 extract is crafted through a specialized extraction process known as supercritical carbon dioxide (CO2) extraction. This method is chosen for its ability to yield a high-quality extract, preserving the delicate aromatic compounds of the clove buds
Oil Profile And Botanical Details
Botanical Name: Sygium Aromaticum
Country Of Origin: India
Plant Part Used In Extraction: Bud
Extraction Process: Supercritical CO2 Extraction
Appearance: Clear to pale yellow
What is clove liquid extract used for?
It is used for various purposes due to its unique properties and potential health benefits. Here are some common uses for your reference:
- Dental care
- Oral health
- Topical analgesic
- Respiratory help
- DIY skincare and cosmetics
Where To Buy Clove Bud CO2 Extract?
To purchase Clove Bud CO2 extract, you have several options, both online and offline. Here are some recommendations:
- Online retailers & wholesale suppliers on Amazon or Aromachology Oils
- Aromatherapy shops
- Herbal products stores
- Local natural apothecaries