About Jasmine Oil
Jasmine oil comes from several species of vines and is native
to all continents except North America. Many of the species
are native to tropical and warm temperature regions. This
plant is a member of the olive family; its name has different
meaning and different uses in each region. In Arabic and Persian
it means “a gift from God” The fragile, evergreen
climbing shrub will have dark green leaves and star shaped
flowers reaching to approximately thirty three feet tall.
It is usually picked at night when its aroma is most intense.
Jasmine oil is extracted from the flowers and used in many
different ways; it is most often used in perfumes, lotions,
massage oils, and aromatherapy. Depending which variety of
flower is used the white or yellow flowers have a very fragrant
aroma. Each flower will produce different scented oil. This
absolute has a sweet, exotic and richly floral smell. It will
take 1,000 pounds of flowers to yield approximately one pound
of liquid concrete from which the absolute oil is extracted.
Its chemical composition has over one hundred constituents,
the main ones are benzyl acetate, linalool, benzyl alcohol,
indole, benzyl benzoate, cis-jasmone, geranial, methyl anthranilate
and trace amounts of p-cresol farnesol, cis-3-hexenyl benzoate,
eugenot, nerol, ceosol, benzoic acid, benzaldehyde, y-terpineol,
Nero idol, isohytol, phytol.
Some people may have an allergic reaction to the oil. However,
jasmine oil is a non-toxic, non-irritant and generally non-sensitizing
oil. During pregnancy jasmine oil should not be used. It is
used in child birth to help relieve pain of contractions.
After child birth it will help to promote the flow of breast
milk, and reduce the scarring caused by stretch marks by increasing
the elasticity of the skin. Jasmine oil has many beneficial
uses for treating depression, nerve problems, respiratory
system, and muscle pain.
The most common complaints that are treated with jasmine
oil are depression and nervousness. It is widely used to promote
relaxation and easing of tension. As a blended massage oil,
in the bath, it has similar uses with treating post partum
depression, aiding in relaxation, easing muscle pain. In the
form lotions and creams it is used for dry, greasy or sensitive
skin, as well as being used to reduce stretch marks and other
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