The jasmine is a member of the oleander family . Jasmine is a genus of plants in the olive family (Oleaceae) It grows mainly in the Mediterranean and Asia. Jasmine the “fragrance of the queen”. The jasmine first arrived in Europe via Spain in the Middle Ages. The original roots of jasmine can be found in the north of India. Jasmine 4% is obtained from the flowers.
The essential oil is especially popular with women. As an absolute, jasmine essential oil is a precious oil. For thousands of years, fragrances and aromas have been extracted from jasmine in China and the Orient, for example to flavor tea or as perfume oils. Jasmine is one of the indispensable ingredients and heart notes of perfumery.
Jasmine goes well with rose, sandalwood, cedar , Cinnamon and citrus oils.
TIP: Use jasmine 4% in combination with ylang-ylang and almond oil as a perfume oil.
There are more than 100 ingredients in jasmine oil. The most important chemical components are benzyl acetate, linalool, indole, benzyl benzoate, jasmone, methyl anthranilate as well as traces of farnesol, isophytol, phytol and more. This is why the valuable oil cannot be produced synthetically.
1 liter of oil is obtained from 1500 kg of flowers.
Before internal or external use, please consult specialist books, a doctor or aromatherapist .
Among other things, the jasmine is: Antispasmodic, promotes menstruation, relieves pain, lowers blood pressure,
The essential oil is: mood-enhancing, calming, relaxing, balancing, sexually stimulating, and. more.