Expoorganics

Jasmine Oil

340.00630,620.00

It is a vine with fragrant little white flowers and shiny dark green leaves. The flowers are about one inch across and grown in cluster of three to twelve among clusters of 3 leaves,

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About

Jasmine oil is a sweet-smelling substance that is made from the flowers of the jasmine plant (Jasminum officinale). Widely used in aromatherapy, this essential oil contains the plant’s aromatic compounds,

Uses 

  • Room freshener – The calm floral scent of this oil makes it perfect to be used as a room freshener.
  • Safe – It is made from fresh flowers of Jasmine and smells exactly like them. Moreover, it does not contain any harsh chemicals or additives.

Benefits of Jasmine Oil

  • Antidepressant. There is evidence that aromatherapy can effectively reduce depressive symptoms
  • Antiseptic
  • Aphrodisiac
  • Antispasmodic
  • Cicatrizant
  • Decreases menopause symptoms
  • Galactagogues
  • Sedative.

Product Details
Botanical name Jasminum sambac
Plant Part Used Flowers
Extraction Method Steam Distillation
Country Of Origin China and Northern India
Solubility Soluble in: alcohol.Insoluble in water
Specific Gravity 0.91000 to 0.98000
Optical Rotation  -4 to –15
Refractive Index 1.450-1.525 
Consistency Thin
Strength of Aroma Strong
Mixes well with Frankincense, Sandalwood, Lemongrass, Geranium, Helichrysum, Melissa, Wild Orange, Rose, and Spearmint essential oils.
Common Uses

Research shows jasmine improves sleep quality and cuts down on restless sleeping, as well as increasing daytime alertness. A 2002 study showed that jasmine delivered all of these sleep benefits, as well as lowering anxiety, even more effectively than lavender

Aromatic Scent Heavenly smelling, exotic, exquisit, tenacious, sensuously rich, supremely sensual, intense, slightly heady, narcotic, intoxicating, sometimes clawing, warm with oily leafy-green, fruity undertones, illusive, sweet and warm.

 


KidSafe

Yes


Cautions

It is not safe for everybody because it contains allergens & can cause food related allergic reactions
Pregnant women & nursing moms should use caution in using peanut oil
If one has the sensitive skin, one should do the patch test before applying it topically.


How to  use

  1. In a diffuser.
  2. Inhaled directly from the bottle.
  3. Added to a bowl of hot water to create aromatic steam.
  4. Diluted in a carrier oil and added to a warm bath.
  5. Mixed with a carrier oil, such as almond oil, and applied topically or as a massage oil.

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Safety Information

  • It is meant only for external use.
  • Do a patch skin test before applying it to your skin.
  • Dilute it before topical application.
  • Avoid direct exposure to sunlight.
  • Pregnant women should consult a doctor before using it.

Stability and Storage

It should be kept away from heat & other ignition materials. And keep it in tightly closed containers . keep container in cool & well ventilated area


 

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