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Geographical & Botanical Breakdown of Jasmine Oil
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Our Jasmine Essential Oil is a Natural Blend Essential Oil because Jasmine is an endangered species with restrictions on its import and export.
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Oil ProfileAbout half a million jasmine petals go into each pound of this potent wonder
Jasmine Oil Uses
Elevate your self-care routine with this exquisite oil and indulge in its soothing properties.
How to Use Jasmine Oil
Shower Sensation: Enhance your bathing experience by adding a few drops of Jasmine Essential Oil to your shower gel, unlocking its potential anti-inflammatory properties.
Facial Elixir: Infuse your favorite facial serum with the essence of Jasmine by blending a few drops of this oil with your preferred carrier oil, such as Grapeseed Oil, unveiling a nourishing elixir that may promote a youthful glow.
Serene Sleep Linen Spray: Create a serene atmosphere in your bedroom by mixing Jasmine Essential Oil with distilled water in a spray bottle. Spritz it on your pillows and beddings for its potential to promote relaxation.
Refreshing Yoga Mat Spray: Harness the antibacterial properties of Jasmine Essential Oil by combining it with witch hazel and distilled water in a spray bottle. Spritz this invigorating blend on your yoga mat for its potential to cleanse it, setting the perfect ambiance for your practice.
Jasmine Essential Oil Infused Beauty Mist Recipe
- 1/2 cup rose water
- 1 tablespoon aloe vera gel
- 10 drops Jasmine Essential Oil
Mix ingredients in a spray bottle. Spritz this exquisite beauty mist on your face, body, or hair to nourish and refresh your senses.
Jasmine Oil Fun Facts
Jasmine flowers are picked during the day when their fragrance is at its peak.
Jasminum grandiflorum belongs to the Oleaceae family of plants, and is more commonly recognized by its Hindi name 'Chameli'.
Some studies suggest that Jasmine Essential Oil may have antibacterial properties, which may help to inhibit the growth of certain bacteria.
What is Jasmine Oil?
Jasmine Essential Oil is derived from the genus of shrubs and vines known as Jasminum, which belongs to the olive family. Jasmine has been extensively used by tribes across India for its potential health benefits. In traditional medicine, the plant's flowers have been employed to treat various ailments, including body pains, toothaches, stomach aches, and ulcers.
Over time, the flowers of the jasmine plant were celebrated for their enchanting scent, making them a sought-after ingredient in perfumery and aromatherapy. Additionally, jasmine flowers were used as a base for green and white teas, infusing the tea with their delicate aroma.
Jasmine Essential Oil possesses powerful antioxidant properties that contribute to its potential health benefits. Additionally, it has been associated with promoting wound healing, showcasing its potential applications in skincare and wellness routines.
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The oil smells amazing - I would highly recommend it!
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The smell is unbelievable and refreshing. Going to order more. I highly recommend this oil. Helps me calm down and sleep better.