oil of cloves

NOUN
  1. essential oil obtained from cloves and used to flavor medicines
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  • Outside the United States, products sold as toothpaste sometimes include ground tobacco mixed with menthol, oil of cloves, peppermint and other flavorings.
  • Transfer the sections in turn to a capsule containing absolute alcohol (to dehydrate) and to one containing xylol or oil of cloves (to clear). The Elements of Bacteriological Technique A Laboratory Guide for Medical, Dental, and Technical Students. Second Edition Rewritten and Enlarged.
  • Outside the United States, products sold as toothpaste sometimes include ground tobacco mixed with menthol, oil of cloves, peppermint and other flavorings.
  • Dulcie Lewis, an expert in old English folk cures, says: ‘Oil of cloves has always been applied to the gums for toothache or gumboils.’
  • For the temporary relief of toothache, apply a crushed clove or oil of cloves to the painful tooth, or plug the cavity with cotton wool soaked in the oil.
  • The familiar smell of the dental surgery comes from oil of cloves, a component of some dental cements.
  • He worked for a while on natural products and from 1864 on discovered sesquiterpenes in oil of cloves and other essential oils.
  • Oil of cloves is mildly anaesthetic and is often used to soothe babies who are teething.
  • He worked for a while on natural products and from 1864 on discovered sesquiterpenes in oil of cloves and other essential oils.
  • The familiar smell of the dental surgery comes from oil of cloves, a component of some dental cements.
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