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    Typical Clove tree in Indonesia
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Clove Oil Indonesia Eugenia caryophyllata

  • Description

    The crude oil extracted from the leaves, bud and stem of this plant from the Myrtaceae family is steam distilled at the farms and further processed at our facilities to produce various grades of clove oil and its derivatives.

    Clove trees are indigenous to Indonesia. Indonesia is also the largest consumer of clove bud, which is primarily used in the kretek cigarette industry. Due to this demand, farmers are using the remaining components of the clove tree to produce leaf and stem oils and their derivatives.

    Clove trees thrive well under open conditions at high altitudes where there is a fair distribution of rainfall. Seedlings are planted in the centre of the pits during May and June at the onset of the monsoon and watered regularly. 

    Clove_ALLWithin Indonesia Java produces around 70% of all clove whilst Sulawesi has a growing 30% contribution.

    Clove has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. The clove flower has powerful antiseptic qualities making it ideal for all kinds of treatment for cuts, bruises, bites and even fungal infections.

    It is heavily used across the dentistry industry for its germicidal properties. As it has a numbing effect it can be used as a mild anaesthetic during procedures or to cure tooth and gum pain. You often smell clove in the air when visiting the dentist.

    Clove is also used throughout the aromatherapy world, often to relieve the symptoms of stress as it is a know relaxant. It is also found in blends to aid restful sleep and for those with mild depressions.

     

  • Product Details

    • Botanical name: Eugenia caryophyllata
    • Origin: Indonesia
    • Crop Season: May - September
    • Plant/part used: Leaves, Bud, Steams
    • Method of extraction: Steam Distillation
    • TSCA CAS: Leaves 8000-34-8; Buds 8015-97-2; Steams 8015-98-3
    • EINECS: 284-638-7
    • Appearance: Pale yellow to greenish yellow mobile liquid
    • Organoleptic Properties: Strong, spicy and penetrating
    • Density: Leaves 1.034 -1.048
    • Refractive index: Leaves 1.525- 1.535
    • Optical rotation: Leaves -3º to 0.0
    • Chemical constituents: Eugenol (80 or 85%), Caryophyllene, Alpha humulene, Caryophyllene oxide, Acetyl eugenol
    • FEMA: Leaves 2325; Buds 2323; Steams 2328
    • IFRA: Restricted by IFRA
    • Allergens: Contains allergens
    • Fragrance Usage: max. 8%
    • Flavour Usage: max. 1200ppm
  • Latest Market Information September 28, 2020

    With major exporters maintaining substantial stocks of clove leaf and stem oils, the market was stable for the last 3-4 months but stocks are depleting now and this could result in a price increase. However, this will be a short-term occurrence and should be resolved when the new collection season commences. This is possible only after the monsoon. Currently, constant rain has adversely affected production. Dry leaves and stems are used to produce clove oil, but due to the rain farmers and distillers are unable to procure dry raw material. Madagascar is facing a similar situation, as rains hamper production activities.

    Market price USD 15.00 - 21.00 /kilo
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