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Botanical name: jasmine officinalis
Use: A relaxing and antidepressant oil, which gives rise to it’s status as an aphrodisiac. A wonderful oil for the skin especially dry skin conditions. Calms nerves, reduces inflammation, fights infection, clears mucus, softens skin.
Perfume Note: Base
Blends well with: Ylang Ylang, Rosewood, Sandalwood, Vetiver
Source: flower
Production method: steam distillation
Aromatherapy benefits: relaxing, soothing, confidence building
Aroma type: sweet, floral, warm
Warning: Avoid during pregnancy
Safety Information: stimulates menstruation

Jasmine is a bold, sweet scent. Jasmine is the greatest aphrodisiac of all. These night blooming flowers are picked on the full moon at their peak to bring out one of the most sexiest scents on the planet. Associated throughout history with the compassionate Goddess of the Moon, jasmine, grown along the Nile in ancient Egypt, is represented as Isis, the Egyptian Mother Goddess who held the secrets of fertility, magic and healing. In India, jasmine symbolizes “divine hope”. The Indian Love God, Karma tips his arrows with jasmine blossoms, to pierce the heart through the senses. In Hindu, jasmine is revered as “the perfume of love”.  Even with its feminine undertones, jasmine is considered the “King” of essential oils (to rose’s reputation as the “Queen” of all flowers.)

Jasmine Oil

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