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jasmine standard oil

Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Salicylate, Simmondsia Chinensis

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Escentia Jasmine standard is a composition of jasmine standard in jojoba carrier oil to provide the user with the oleic profile of the jasmine scent, without having to pay the price of Jasmine Absolute. Jasmine has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for stress, depression, low libido, insomnia and anxiety. It has also been used for romance and attraction, as an aphrodisiac, and for balancing the feminine hormones and energy of the body.

Product Specifications: Jasminum officinale is a vigorous, twining, bright, deciduous climber with sharply pointed pinnate leaves and clusters of starry, pure white flowers in summer, which are the source of its heady scent.

typical country of origin:

South Africa

jasmine standard oil can be used for:

Traditionally, jasmine oil has been used in places like China to help the body detox and relieve respiratory and liver disorders. It’s also used to decrease pain associated with pregnancy and childbirth.

Jasmine essential oil has been described as having a warm, exotic, floral fragrance that relaxes, soothes, uplifts, and enhances self-confidence. Research has suggested that jasmine oil works by positively influencing the nervous system. Through aromatherapy or by penetrating the skin, the oils from the jasmine flower have an effect on a number of biological factors — including heart rate, body temperature, stress response, alertness, blood pressure and breathing.

Many people refer to jasmine oil as a natural aphrodisiac because it’s said to have a “seductive” scent that can increase sensuality. In fact, jasmine oil is sometimes nicknamed “queen of the night” — both because of the strong smell of jasmine flowers at night and also because of its libido-boosting qualities. One could make a natural perfume blend by adding a drop along with your favourite carrier oil and one drop of either Frankincense Carteri, Mandarin, or other essential oil.

Jasmine has been used throughout the centuries to:

  1. Assist with depression and anxiety – 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Increase arousal in bodily functions – 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.
  4. Assists with insomnia – Jasmine oil exhibits a calming effect that can act as a natural sedative and help you sleep better. Inhaling jasmine along with lavender may help to reduce heart rate and bring on feelings of calm and relaxation, which are all important for dozing off and avoiding restless nights.
  5. May 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.
  6. May assist in decreasing the 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.
  7. May assist 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 has 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.
  8. Promotes Healthy Skin – Jasmine has been used in many skin facial creams for revitalization, dry skin, anti-aging, reducing inflammation, oily skin conditions and psoriasis. 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.

Blends well with: Vetiver, sandalwood, patchouli, bergamot, geranium, neroli, sweet-orange, rose and ylang ylang.

technique of extraction method:

Jasmine oil is a sweet-smelling essential oil that is made from the flowers of the jasmine plant (Jasminum officinale). Jasmine Absolute is extracted through the use of solvents. The delicate petals are soaked in a solvent which then evaporates, leaving only the most fragrant constituents behind. This absolute is then mixed with Jojoba to give us Jasmine standard blend.

caution

May affect sensitive skin. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.