Jasmine Essential oil, Pure and Natural

Botanical Name: Jasminum officinale


General description of Jasmine:
An evergreen climbing shrub or vine up to 10 metres (33ft) high with fine, delicate, bright small green or variegated leaves and star shaped very fragrant small white flowers, although they can be pink or yellow.  


Extraction of Jasmine Essential Oil:
A concrete is produced from the flowers by solvent extraction. The absolute is obtained from the concrete by separation with alcohol. The second essential oil is extracted by steam distillation of the absolute.  


Description of Jasmine Essential Oil:
The absolute is a dark orange-brown, viscous liquid with an intensely rich, warm, floral scent and a tea-like undertone. Jasmine has a powerful, heady fragrance that some people find overwhelming, although once diluted it becomes more subtle. The perfume is strongest at night, hence its Indian name of "queen of the night", so night-time is also the best occasion to harvest the flowers. Jasmine has sweet, floral, exotic top notes and heady, warm honeyed undertones. It blends well with frankincense, neroli, cypress, verbena, melissa, rose, rosewood, sandalwood, clary sage and all citrus oils. It has the ability to round off any rough notes and blend with virtually everything.  


Pure Jasmine Absolute Essential Oil from Real Essence is extracted from the Jasmine flowers. It is very concentrated & have strong aroma. Our Jasmine Absolute Essential Oil is very Strong and original quality. We are sure to satisfy you with our Jasmine Absolute Essential Oil. It is expensive due to the large number of flowers needed to produce a small amount of oil. The flowers have to be gathered at night because the odour of jasmine is more powerful after dark. The flowers are laid out on cotton cloths soaked in olive oil for several days and then extracted leaving the true jasmine essence. Some of the countries producing jasmine essential oil are India, Egypt, China and Morocco.Jasmine oil is an absolute extraction from the flower of the plant. Jasmine is also called as "moonlight of the grove" or "queen of the night" because of its strong seductive scent during the evening hours, when the white flowers bloom.


Main therapeutic properties of Jasmine Essential Oil
Analgesic, anti-depressant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, anti-spasmodic, aphrodisiac, galactogogue, nervine, sedative, tonic, uterine euphoric.   Uses of Jasmine oil:
Skin care: Dry, greasy, irritated, sensitive skin.
Circulation, muscles, and joints: Muscular spasm, sprains.
Respiratory system: Catarrh, coughs, hoarseness, and laryngitis.
Genito-urinary system: Dysmenorrhoea, frigidity, labour pains, and uterine disorders.
Nervous system: Depression, nervous exhaustion and stress -related conditons. 
The oil is extensively used in soaps, cosmetics, toiletries and perfumes, especially high class floral and oriental fragrances. The oil and absolute are employed in a wide range of food products, alcoholic and soft drinks. The dried flowers of J. sambac are used in jasmine tea.  


Effects of Jasmine Essential Oil:
Jasmine oil inspires euphoria, helping restore confidence and optimism. It warms and opens the emotions, helping those who are habitually repressed. Jasmine is associated with intuitive wisdom and perception, so it is a useful aid for insight meditation, releasing inhibitions and liberating the imagination. Intoxicating, uplifting and balancing, warming.  


Safety warnings for Jasmine Essential Oil:
The oil is non-toxic, non-irritant generally non-sensitizing, although an allergic reaction has been known to occur in some individuals. Avoid in early pregnancy, especially if there is a history of miscarriage. 
Caution Pregnant and lactating women and people using prescription drugs should consult their physician before using any of our oils. For external use only. Essential oils are not to be taken internally or ingested. If you are pregnant or have special medical conditions, please consult a doctor before use.  


Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit, by Gabriel Mojay (Healing Arts Press, 1997)
The Encyclopaedia of Essential Oils, by Julia Lawless (Elements Books Ltd, 1992)
The Aromatherapy Bible, by Gill Farrer-Halls (Godsfield Press, 2005)
Illustrated elements of Essential oils by Julia Lawless (Elements Books Ltd, 2002)
The Aromatherapy and Massage book by Christine Wildwood. Published by Thersons 1994)
Complete illustrated guide to Aromatherapy by Julia Lawless (Elements Books Ltd, 1997)

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Jasmine essential oil is a very concentrated liquid, with a strong characteristic floral aroma. Use of this oil balances the hormones and can help treat post-natal depression. A warm jasmine scented bath before bed can help induce deep, relaxing sleep, and reduce anxious and nervous feelings.
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