Product: Jasmine Absolute Oil - 1 oz (30 ml) 7.5% pure jasmine oil in base of grape seed oil
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Jasmine: Jasminum grandiflorum. (Family, Oleaceae)
This 100% Natural Jasmine Absolute Oil contains the essential oil Jasmine (Jasminum grandiflorum) prediluted in a natural base of Grape Seed Oil. Grape Seed Oil is used because it is a light, natural oil with no noticeable odor that can be used on all skin types. Jasmine is one of the most revered of all fragrances, and has been used in the perfume industry for centuries.
Insomniacs, take note: Jasmine has recently been shown to help you get a more restful night's sleep. A study by Bryan Raudenbush, assistant professor of psychology at Wheeling Jesuit University in West Virginia, tested jasmine and lavender scents, because other studies reported that those pleasant aromas help reduce anxiety, improve mood and aid relaxation. Twenty volunteers slept in a room scented with either jasmine, lavender or nothing for three nights. They slept peacefully, with reduced tossing and turning, and felt calmer when they awoke the morning after a jasmine-scented night compared with an unscented night and they were more alert the next day.
A renowned aphrodisiac, Jasmine's deeply relaxing nature can ease sexual problems such as impotence and frigidity. With it's warmth, jasmine will offer reassurance and encourage the expression of pleasure and affection. Also, it is a valuable remedy for depression. It is calming and warming to the emotions, restoring positive feelings and a sense of confidence and creativity. Jasmine's nature is to assist each individuals awareness of their unique passions and desires.
Traditional use: Aphrodisiac, antidepressant, sedative
Exotic and sweet, jasmine is a highly sought after oil. Exorbitantly expensive in its pure form, it's not uncommon to find "cut" or synthetic versions on the market. These variants are beneficial as well as affordable. Jasmine's historic use goes back centuries. In ancient India, jasmine was (and still is) used for for ceremonial purposes. The Chinese used jasmine to cleanse the atmosphere that surrounded the sick. A good hostess also made sure to have jasmine on hand to give to inebriated guests to clear their heads.
Modern uses for jasmine include childbirth, depression, respiration, and fertility.
Mixes well with: Bergamot, clary sage, clove, frankincense, geranium, ginger, grapefruit, lemon, lime, neroli, orange, palmarosa, rose, rosewood, sandalwood, tangerine, and ylang ylang.
Parts used: Flowers.
Extraction method: Solvent extraction of the flowers can produce both a concrete and an absolute. Jasmine essential oil is produced from the absolute via steam distillation.
Safety Information: Avoid during most of pregnancy; do not use until labor is well advanced.
For over a hundred years, doctors have prescribed Aromatherapy to treat such things as depression, anxiety and headaches. Far from being just a pleasant smell or cosmetic accessory, aromatherapeutic Essential Oils are powerful tools to help improve both physical and emotional health.
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