Hair oil I made for my mother

The medicinal properties of clove are remarkable. It has been used for many years to treat a variety of illnesses in Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine. The oil, stem, leaves, and dried buds of the clove plant all have health benefits in addition to giving food flavor and perfume. Cloves are a fantastic natural cure for a number of illnesses due to its anti-microbial, anti-fungal, antiviral, and antiseptic characteristics. Cloves are a great source of antioxidants and can be used to treat many common health, skin, and hair issues. Cloves are frequently used for their ability to relieve toothaches. Since using cloves in their natural form can be labor-intensive, Ayurveda and other DIY therapies advise using their oil instead. The advantages of clove oil are identical to those of the spice, so if you want to address common skin, hair, or health issues, we advise getting your hands on some pure clove oil. Cloves’ antibacterial and antiseptic qualities eliminate acne-causing germs and prevent outbreaks. Eugenol, a substance found in clove oil, helps treat acne by reducing inflammation and redness. To take advantage of clove’s therapeutic properties, combine a few drops of clove essential oil with a carrier oil and apply topically or as a spot treatment. If you have sensitive skin, stay away from using clove oil.

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