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Latin Name : Jasminum Officinale

Part of Plant Used : Dried Leaves

Source : India

Extraction Method : Solvent Extraction.

5% Dilution in Grapeseed Oil

It may be the aphrodisiac properties that placed jasmine oil in such high demand throughout history. Jasmine essential oil was used in healing and religious ceremonies because of this compelling quality. In China, jasmine oil was used in sick rooms to make the air fragrant, but it was also thought to clear the air of pollutants even before the discovery of bacteria. Ancient Egyptians used jasmine oil for headaches, nervous disorders, and to promote restful sleep.

Today, the essence is produced through a process called solvent extraction. At first glance, jasmine is all about scent. Its complex, floral energy could be a mood-lifter for most people and provide aphrodisiac qualities. 

In a therapeutic sense, jasmine is said to treat dry, aging skin. It is used in low concentrations to treat eczema and dermatitis. Additionally, jasmine is believed to relieve anger, anxiety, and stress without acting as a sedative.

Jasmine dilute 10ml

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