Jasmine Oil is known to be “The King of Oil”. Jasmine yield is very small and expensive, has an elegant smell, can soothe depression, lighten spirit, enhance self-confidence, and treat dry skin. The oil is extracted from the white flowers of the Jasmine plant, which can reach a height of up to 10 to 15 feet. The plants bear dark green leaves, and the flowers usually blossom at night. The plant grows from summer until fall. It is regarded as the holy flower by the Hindus in India.
All its health benefits may be attributed to its properties as an antidepressant, aphrodisiac, antispasmodic, cicatrisant, expectorant, emmenagogue, sedative, and urine substance.
It can make one feel new and restored. It also helps in smooth birth delivery for mothers, as it can strengthen the uterine contraction. It also has the effect of relieving postpartum depression, and can also promote the secretion of milk. It promotes blood circulation as well. It can also be used to relieve muscle pain, sprain, and stiff limbs.
Its main effect is to restore dry skin.
It relieves menstrual pain, uterine spasm, and premenstrual syndrome. It can accelerate production, improve sexual function, increase sperm count, and prevent impotence.
It can be used as a perfume to release a romantic and beautiful scent. It helps soothes the nerves for emotional comfort and self-confidence. It also promotes emotional stability.
The Jasmine essential oil is generally safe. It is non-sensitizing, non-irritant, and non-toxic. It should be used in moderation, however, because taking in large doses of the oil can interfere with one’s concentration because of its relaxing property. Oral ingestion of the oil is not recommended.
Avoid using the oil during pregnancy or if you are breastfeeding, unless otherwise advised by your doctor or any healthcare professional.