clove oil

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Synonyms for clove oil

essential oil obtained from cloves and used to flavor medicines

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Clove oil is a natural analgesic and antiseptic agent used primarily in dentistry for its main ingredient, eugenol.
In the twenty-first century clove oil is still used to flavour seasonings and as an aroma in high quality and expensive perfumes.
Previous studies showed that clove oil anesthesia at 30 mg l-1 concentration and 10 min exposing had no effect on the hematological profile of Cyprinus carpio [7] and Oncorhynchus mykiss [8].
The price of key fragrance ingredients such as orange oil, geranium, lavender, clove oil and mint has rocketed by up to 400% as a result of the devastation wrought on harvests by the earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia, droughts in Russia and flooding in Asia and South America.
A recent Australian study found that the major component in clove oil may be the best one to get rid of scabies mites.
ABSTRACT The efficacy of clove oil as an anesthetic was evaluated in adult Haliotis tuberculata coccinea (shell length, 42-80 mm) and was compared with the commonly used 2-phemoxyethanol.
Activists claimed that the patent is bogus because the ingredients - including clove oil, camphor, black pepper and spearmint - have been used for the same purpose for hundreds, "if not thousands", of years on the subcontinent, reports News.
Behavioral and physiological assessement of low concentrations of clove oil anaesthetic for handling and transporting largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides).
The terpene euganol is the main constituent of clove oil from Eugenia aromatica and is present in a number of other essential oils of medicinal plants such as Cinnamomum species.
2], a phenolic compound clear to pale yellow oily liquid extracted from certain essential oils especially from clove oil, nutmeg, cinnamon and bay leaf.
The new edition expands data on chemical structures, nomenclature, and trade name of drugs, as well as the range of information tables, and incorporates such advances as the use of clove oil and combined anesthesia and analgesia.
Comparison of tricaine methanesulphonate (MS222) and clove oil anaesthesia effects on the physiology of juvenile Chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha (Walbaum).
This moist towelette carries a host of natural anti-microbial substances found in peppermint oil, basil oil, bay oil, tea tree oil, and clove oil.