Lavang Oil Pain Relief Ingredient

Lavang oil or Clove oil is derived from the dried bud of the flower from the tree Syzygium aromaticum. Lavang or Clove oil is considered as one of the ancient medicine. It contains eugenol, eugenyl acetate, and caryophyllene as its main constituents.

Origin of Lavang oil – The Ayurvedic ingredient for pain relief

Clove was traded as a big time commodity during the 13th and 14th century and it travelled from Indonesia to China, India, Persia, Africa, and to Europe. During the medieval and modern periods, not just trade wars but physical wars were fought for its monopoly rights in the islands of Maluku. This evergreen plant grows in tropical conditions in some of the Asian countries like Indonesia, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. It is also found in some of the East Africa.

Supergin- The Ayurvedic Pain Relief with Lavang oil

The natural extract of Lavang or Clove oil in Supergin Ayurvedic pain relief helps to increase blood circulation, reduce the body pain, and treat stiff muscles. its antimicrobial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties makes it an excellent pain reliever for headaches, joint pain, and knee pain.

Other names of
Scientific name – Syzygium aromatic
Common name – Clove,

Regional name
Hindi name: Laung
Malayalam name: Grambu
Tamil name: Kirambu, Lavangam
Kannada name: Lavanga
Telugu name: Lavangalu

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What are the constituents of Clove or Lavang oil?

The oil extracts from Clove or Lavang contains the bioactive compounds like flavonoids, hexane, methylene chloride, ethanol, thymol, eugenol, and benzene. And among these, the compound eugenol offers the uniqueness to Lavang oil for its use against dental pain, sore gums, oral cavities, and bad breath.

What are the therapeutic properties of Lavang oil?

Clove oil or Lavang oil offers many health benefits including helping to digest, boosting the immune system, and even to control blood sugar. It also exhibits anti-mutagenic, anti-microbial, and anti-inflammatory properties

What are the edible parts of Lavang or Clove?

This herb is known to possess complete medicinal property and the various parts of the plant are used in the traditional Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. The dried buds, stems, and leaves are also used to make medicine. The dried flower part is known as the Clove or Lavang and is famously used as a spice in most dishes.

How does Lavang oil help to relieve pain?

The extracts of Lavang oil is found to have biochemicals that possess antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that helps to relieve pain from various symptoms of knee pain, leg pain, joint pain and headaches.

What is the warming effect shown by Lavang oil?

Clove or Lavang oil exhibits a warming effect when the extract is massaged on the affected area. This helps to increase the blood circulation in the sore muscles and bring pain relief instantly.


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