I’ll vouch for that. It was applied by my oral surgeon after a wisdom tooth extraction resulted in a dry socket. Tylenol did nothing, codeine next to nothing. The oral surgeon took a bit of packing material, dipped it in clove oil, and packed it into the socket. The horrendous sensation went away instantly.
The problem with dry socket pain, you see, is that it’s not quite pain. It’s more like an itch. A terrible, all-consuming itch, in your skull.
Unfortunately, I’m not familiar with the mechanism by which clove oil produces analgesia.
Watch the movie Marathon Man with Dustin Hoffman. Clove oil will never be the same to you after you see it.
That being said, notice that the ads never make any claim that the product is effective. Of course, the reason is because it is not. It’s a calculated fraud. The ads will go down in history as a demonstration of the power of advertising and the gullibility of the public. Once again, someone laughs all the way to the bank.
Even if I was that clever I couldn’t be that unethical.