Jasmine is a climbing, evergreen vine with with white star shaped flowers and bright green leaves that grow approximately twenty to thirty feet. The blossoms produce one of the most prized oils in the world.
Jasmine* oil has a warm, exotic, floral fragrance that relaxes, soothes, uplifts, and enhances self-confidence.
We offer 100% pure Jasmine oil absolute, from (Jasminum officinale).
Jasmine has many uses. Its sweet scent has been used throughout history for romance and attraction and for balancing the feminine energy of the body. Its skin benefits are well-known.
Jasmine oil helps anxiety, stress and depression. It is uplifting and stimulating in times of hopelessness and nervous exhaustion. It helps reduce anxiety, apathy, depression and dilemmas that deal with relationships, indifference and listlessness. When worn as fragrance, it can increase excitability and passion.
Jasmine oil may be beneficial for dry, greasy, or oily skin. It may help with eczema when caused by stress, frigidity, labor pains, laryngitis, lethargy, menstrual pain and related problems.
Why Is Jasmine Called, "The Queen Of The Night?"
For centuries, women have treasured jasmine for its beautiful, seductive fragrance. Because the fragrance peaks at night, jasmine has been nicknamed the "queen of the night" and "moonlight of the grove."
Don't Be Fooled by Imitations
It takes 1,000 pounds of jasmine flowers to yield one pound of jasmine oil. That's 3.6 million fresh unpacked blossoms. But the most important thing is that the blossoms must be collected during the night to maximize the fragrance. Unless they are collected before sunrise, most of the fragrance will have evaporated.
But that's not all… The blossoms must be handled carefully – if the blossoms are squashed, their quality is compromised.
A single pound of pure jasmine oil can cost between $1,200 to $4,500. In contrast, you can get synthetic jasmine oil for as little as $3.50 per pound.
When it comes to Jasmine oil, you really get what you pay for. The synthetic versions don't come from blossoms picked in the middle of the night and carefully handled so as not to mar or crush them. The oil is not carefully extracted from them – it's made in a lab by mixing chemicals. Could the synthetic versions possibly contain the same therapeutic qualities as pure jasmine oil?
*Please note that Jasmine is an absolute or essence, rather than an essential oil.
How to use: For aromatic use.
Possible skin sensitivity. If pregnant or under a doctor's care, consult your physician.
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* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Item No. 3569, 5 ml – Jasmine oil