Jasmine Pure essential Oil –

Jasmine has a rich essence and is known for its aphrodisiac properties. Jasmin is derived from the Arabic word “Yasmin” and is also referred to as ‘The King of Flowers’. Not many people are aware of its powerful properties and therapeutic abilities.

Why Jasmine is considered as SPECIAL?

Jasmine is “one of the most effective essential oils for nervous anxiety, restlessness and depression”.  It is also “indicated for incapability and frostiness, especially when there are depressive thoughts of insufficiency and undesirability”.

Jasmine is a powerful and natural aphrodisiac that can help with cold insolences, listlessness, depression and lack of sexual drive.

It is also helpful in seasonal conditions like allergies and catarrh.

According to author Victoria Edwards [2], the essence of Jasmine flowers improves capillary action and is a general stimulant for all body systems. Since it has an immediate effect on the nasal passages, it works to heighten the sense of smell.

Importance of Jasmine for Women’s Health Being –

Jasmine oil has multiple uses and benefits for women. Jasmine isn’t valuable only because of its unique harvest and distillation process. Like a subtle wink from your long-standing crush, just one drop of Jasmine can send your senses soaring. From bedtime routine-, skin-, and mood-boosting benefits to an incredibly powerful aroma, Jasmine is the oil you’ll always be thinking about.


Benefits of Jasmine –

1.Improves Appearance of Skin

Jasmine oil despite being expensive is worthy for the skin. It encourages cell growth; increases skin elasticity and aids in healing minor to moderate burns. It is especially effective for people suffering from symptoms of apathy and fatigue as it helps in reducing fears. It also helps with muscle spasm and sprains.

2. Alleviates Stress

Jasmine with its many healing properties acts as an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory agent and a sedative. It is considered as base oil for blending with other essential oil. When blended with herbs like Clary sage, geranium, lemon balm, rose, rosewood and sandalwood, it promotes the body’s natural way of healing, making it indispensable in the world of aromatherapy.

3.Improve Sleep Quality.

Depending on the cause of poor sleep, jasmine can offer assistance. Its properties as an expectorant, sedative, and antispasmodic combined with settling mood often produces improvement in length and restfulness of sleep

4.Prevents Infections

Jasmine is an antiseptic and disinfectant. Ingredients in the composition, like benzoic acid, and benzyl benzoate have germicidal, bactericidal, fungicidal, and antiviral properties. Additionally, jasmine is thought by some to have free radical scavenging potential.

In our busy and sometimes chaotic world, an oil which promises to bring clarity, optimism, and perhaps produces a bit of euphoria sounds like a fabulous idea. The image of beauty, peace, and love that has surrounded this complex and lovely floral oil seems particularly needed today. Jasmine oil seems to work well with all other oils, allowing you to bring a fresh note of positivity to your favorite blends while using this most expensive of oils in its best way.