- Botany: Jasmine is a deciduous, evergreen shrub. It’s extracted through absolute extraction in order to maximize the fragrance of the oil, it must be harvested at night before sunrise. Additionally, itrequires more than 10 pounds of flowers to make one 5-ml bottle.
- Scent Profile: Base note with a rich, sultry aroma that is alluring and romantic.
- Used in labor and delivery and with post-partum depression
- Helps relieve symptoms of PMS
- helps to boost libido. aphrodisiac
- Pregnancy: is to be used only during labor and delivery as it can induce contractions. It can also be used after birth to decrease milk supply.
- Babies & Children: benefits the skin, emotional support, sleep issues, and stress.
- Benefits all skin types
- Supports healthy emotional states of being relieving anxiety, depression, and nervous exhaustion
- Combats fatigue and helps relieve bouts of insomnia and poor sleeping habits
- Supports the Heart chakra associated with love, relationships, transformation, and integration.
- Blends well with: Angelica Root, Geranium, Jade Lemon, Kunzea, Mandarin, Neroli, Orange, Rhododendron, Rose, Tangerine, Vanilla, and Ylang Ylang.
- According to Tisserand & Young: Jasmine poses a moderate risk of skin sensitization. They recommend a maximum dermal use of 0.7%
- Jasmine should not be used during pregnancy, but can be used during labor and delivery because it stimulates contractions.