Clove Oil

Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.
Related to Clove Oil: eugenol

clove oil

[′klōv ‚ȯil]

Clove Oil


an essential oil, a yellow liquid with a strong clove odor; density, 1.043-1.018 g per cu cm. The value of clove oil is determined by the presence in it of eugenol (79-92 percent). Clove oil is obtained from the clove tree and is widely used in the perfume industry as the raw material for production of vanillin and other substances.

References in periodicals archive ?
In this study, effort was made to explain in a detailed manner the reaction of male and female swordtail fish to anesthetic applications carried out with 2-Phenoxiethanol and clove oil, which enable many scientific studies to be carried out.
Pain reduction: When used as a pain reliever and anti-inflammatory, clove oil was found to be as effective as aspirin and acetaminophen in a study published in the Libyan Journal of Medicine in 2015.
The mean values of various oxidative stability parameters of cooked chevon nuggets incorporated with 5% levels of almond and 10% levels of walnut with and without addition of clove oil (0.
In this context, the results obtained in the present study show the possibility of use of essential oils, such as clove oil, as alternatives for the management of S.
The antimicrobial activity of clove oil has already been documented against many bacteria including Listeria monocytogenes Campylobacter jejuni Salmonella enteritidis Bacillus cereus E.
Clove oil can also help with pain when applied topically, and can help with stomach issues like gas, diarrhea, nausea and upset stomach.
It's cheaper to go to a dentist in India," says my wife, stuffing cotton wool dipped in clove oil into the tooth cavity.
Cloud Nine contains chamomile extract, sage oil, clove oil, horehound extract, southern wood extract, calendula extract, pennyroyal oil, and St.