Jasmine (Jasminum grandiflorum) – 100% Pure Absolute Oil

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100% pure, therapeutic grade, absolute oil of Jasmine (Jasminum grandiflorum) for aromatherapy and topical use.

Country of origin: India

Method of extraction: Jasmine oil starts its journey as a ‘concrete’, which is made by solvent extraction, after which an ‘absolute’ is obtained from the concrete, by separation with alcohol. The essential oil is then produced off the absolute by steam distillation.

Jasmine essential oil has a sweet, exotic and richly floral smell.

Use a few drops with water in your favorite oil burner/diffuser, or with your preferred carrier oil for use around the home and on your body.

Jasmine absolute oil blends particularly well with Bergamot, Rose, Sandalwood and all Citrus oils.

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Jasmine (Jasminum grandiflorum) – 100% Pure Absolute Oil

Jasmine Oil — Mood Booster and Stress Buster

Jasmine absolute oil, a type of essential oil derived from the jasmine flower, is a popular natural remedy for improving mood, overcoming stress and balancing hormones. Jasmine oil has been used for hundreds of years in parts of Asia as a natural remedy for depression, anxiety, emotional stress, low libido and insomnia.

Jasmine oil uses and benefits

Depression and Anxiety Relief
Many studies have found improvements in mood and sleep after using jasmine oil either as an aromatherapy treatment or topically on the skin, as well as it being a way to boost energy levels. Results demonstrate that jasmine oil has a stimulating/activating effect of the brain and also helps improve mood at the same time.

Increase Arousal
Compared with a placebo, jasmine oil caused significant increases of physical signs of arousal — such as breathing rate, body temperature, blood oxygen saturation, and systolic and diastolic blood pressure — in a study done on healthy adult women. Subjects in the jasmine oil group also rated themselves as more alert and more vigorous than subjects in the control group. The study results indicate that jasmine oil can increase autonomic arousal activity and help elevate mood at the same time.

Improve Immunity and Fight Infections
Jasmine oil is believed to have antiviral, antibiotic and antifungal properties that make it effective for boosting immunity and fighting illness. In fact, jasmine oil has been used as a folk medicine treatment for fighting hepatitis, various internal infections, plus respiratory and skin disorders for hundreds of years in Thailand, China and other Asian countries. In vitro and in vivo animal studies show that oleuropein, a secoiridoid glycoside found in jasmine oil, is one of the oil’s primary active ingredients that can fight harmful infections and increase immune function.

Inhaling jasmine oil, either directly or by infusing it in your home, can help clear mucus and bacteria within the nasal passages and respiratory symptom. Applying it to your skin can also reduce inflammation, redness, pain and speed up time needed to heal wounds.

Help with Falling Sleep
Feel like you’re always tired but have trouble getting good sleep? Jasmine oil exhibits a calming effect that can act as a natural sedative and help you sleep better.

To diffuse jasmine oil in your home, combine several drops in a diffuser along with other soothing oils, like lavender oil or frankincense oil.

Decrease Symptoms of Menopause
Using jasmine oil either as an aromatherapy treatment or applying it directly to the skin can help decrease emotional and physical symptoms of menopause and work as a natural remedy for menopause relief.

Prevent or Improve PMS Symptoms
Studies show that jasmine oil is among a group of essential oils that help balance hormone levels by acting as phytoestrogens, plant constituents with a phenolic structure similar to estrogen. This gives therapeutic-grade oils, including jasmine oil, the ability to help correct PMS, menopause and other hormone-related issues.

Massaging jasmine oil onto your skin or inhaling it can help to reduce PMS symptoms, including headaches, stomach cramps, acne and other skin flair-ups or restlessness.

Help with Post-Pregnancy Symptoms
Jasmine is known to help ease postpartum symptoms, including anxiety, depression, muscle pain and low energy, which isn’t surprising based on jasmine research.

It also been used traditionally to increase production of breast milk. Additionally, applying jasmine oil to the skin may help decrease signs of stretch marks and prevent scarring.

Boost Concentration
Jasmine oil is scientifically known for its stimulating and arousing properties. Diffusing jasmine oil or rubbing it onto your skin can help wake you up and boost energy. Its active ingredients have been shown to increase heart rate, body temperature and brain activity that are needed for active learning and problem solving.

Try adding some to your bath water or rubbing it onto your skin during a morning shower to help you get ready for your day. Have a test coming up or doing a presentation? Sniff some jasmine oil.

Promote Healthy Skin 
A scientific review titled “Commercial Essential Oils as Potential Antimicrobials to Treat Skin Diseases” published in 2017 features Jasminum officinale for its use in dermatology for general skin care, revitalization, dry skin, anti-aging, reducing inflammation, oily skin conditions and psoriasis. (12) Talk about some major jasmine oil benefits for face concerns!

Try mixing jasmine oil into your face cream, shower gel or body lotion to reduce blemishes, improve dryness, balance oily skin, prevent wrinkles and fine lines, and calm shaving irritation. Just make sure to first test your reaction to any essential oil by applying a small amount to a patch of skin in order to check for allergies.

Create a Calming or Invigorating Massage Oil
Depending on what other oil it’s used with, jasmine oil can make a massage more on the uplifting or soothing side. Want an energizing massage? Try combining the floral oil with invigorating peppermint or rosemary oil plus a carrier oil of your choice.

Looking for a calming massage? Combine jasmine oil with lavender or geranium oil and a carrier oil. Jasmine oil can increase alertness and arousal when needed, but it can also have relaxing and pain-reducing effect that makes it a perfect massage oil. It has been used topically for centuries to reap its anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.

Serve as a Natural Mood-Lifting Perfume
As I mentioned earlier, studies have confirmed jasmine oil’s mood-lifting benefits. Instead of using expensive store-bought perfumes, try dabbing jasmine oil onto your wrists and neck as a natural, chemical-free fragrance.

Jasmine oil has a warm, flowery smell similar to many women’s perfumes. A little bit goes a long way, so only use one or two drops at first, and mix it with a carrier oil to tone down the strength of the smell if you’d like.

Learn more about the Benefits of Jasmine oil in the links below:

Jasmine Oil — Mood Booster and Stress Buster

BEST HEALTH BENEFITS AND USES OF JASMINE ESSENTIAL OIL

13 Surprising Benefits Of Jasmine Essential Oil

Jasmine Absolute Oil Gives Off a Romantic Vibe and Immense Health Benefits

JASMINE ABSOLUTE OIL is also available in the following:

READY-TO-USE ROLLERS WITH GRAPE SEED OIL >>

WATER-SOLUBLE ESSENTIAL OIL BLEND >>

AROMATHERAPY SPRAYS >>

NATURAL REED DIFFUSERS >>

AROMATHERAPY CANDLES>>

Safety Precautions:
  1. Essential oils are for aromatherapy and external use only.
  2. Never apply essential oils in its pure and concentrated forms directly onto the skin. Mix it with a carrier oil first.
  3. Be sure to do a skin patch test before applying it topically onto the desired area to ensure that there are no allergic or sensitive reactions.
  4. If you are pregnant, be sure to check with your doctor first before using essential oils.
  5. MAHALAGANG PAALALA: ANG JASMINE ABSOLUTE OIL  AY HINDI GAMOT AT HINDI DAPAT GAMITING PANGGAMOT SA ANUMANG URI NG SAKIT.

Additional information

Weight 50 g
Dimensions 3 × 7 cm