Latin Name: jasminum grandiflorum
Jasmine is considered to be the finest of all essential oils. In Egypt, the flowers are gathered after dark because of their increased aroma. The flowers are then soaked in oil for days, then extracted leaving behind the deep, full aroma of Jasmine. Jasmine is used widely in perfumes and fragrances. It is said to have wonderful positive effects on menstrual pains and cramps. Jasmine oil can be used in a massage oil for very romantic and erotic effects. Men are particularly attracted to women wearing the scent of Jasmine. Jasmine has been known to have very positive emotional effects, helping to relieve anxiety and depression.
Jasmine can be used directly on the neck or wrists as a perfume. Added to a massage oil, Jasmine has powerful relaxing, calming, and romantic effects.
How It's Made
This oil is non-toxic and will not irritate or sensitize the skin.
Jasmine should not be used directly on the skin. The oil should first be mixed with a diluting or carrier oil.