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Importance of Jasmine Oil


Jasmine plant belongs to the Oleaceae family. It has proved its effectiveness in combating depression. Consistency wise, Jasmine essential oil is medium, as in neither too thick nor too thin. It is deep brown in color with a tinge of golden. It is known for its antiseptic, antispasmodic and expectorant therapeutic properties As compared to other essential oils, it is slightly expensive, but indeed worth its price. To know about the jasmine essential oil use, read on…

Jasmine plant was originally grown in China and Northern India. Moors brought the Jasmine flowers to Spain. At present, Italy, Morocco, Egypt, China, Japan and Turkey are the best producers of jasmine essential oil. Jasmine is an evergreen plant that usually grows upto 10 meters. It boasts of its gorgeous star shaped white flowers. Theses flowers are mostly picked during the night time, when their fragrance is the most intense.

The exotic fragrance of Jasmine essential oil provides soothing and soporific effects, thus leading to total body relaxation. It is a mood uplifter that also helps a great deal in boosting confidence. Talking about the health benefits that it provides, it eases the process of child birth, relieves pain, tones the skin and improves its elasticity. It serves as the best remedy against anxiety, laryngitis, mental tension, headache, cough, depression, labor pains, and sensitive skin.

There are well over 100 constituents found in jasmine oil, but the main chemical components are benzyl acetate, linalool, benzyl alcohol, indole,  benzyl benzoate, cis-jasmone, geraniol, methyl anthranilate and trace amounts of p. cresol, farnesol, cis-3-hexenyl benzoate, eugenol, nerol, ceosol, benzoic acid, benzaldehyde, y-terpineol, nerolidol, isohytol, phytol etc.

Jasmine oil has great value for treating severe depression, eases childbirth, is beneficial with sexual problems, on the respiratory tract, for muscle pain and for toning the skin.

Jasmine oil can be used as a blended massage oil or diluted in the bath, for helping to break addiction, lifting postnatal depression, promoting relaxation, easing muscle pain, soothing coughs, reducing tension, stress and nervousness.

Jasmine oil can be used in a cream or lotion for dry, greasy or sensitive skin, as well as to help reduce stretch marks and other scars.

In vapor therapy, jasmine oil can be useful for treating addiction, lifting depression, easing nervousness, soothing coughs, promoting relaxation and easing tension.