Latin Name: Jasmine sambac Country of Origin: India Cultivation Method: Wild crafted Aroma: Heady, intensely floral, herby, tea like undertones Extraction Method: Absolute. A solvent extraction method Plant Part: Flower Energetics: Regulates heart Qi, harmonizes Shen. (P.Holmes) Safety: Non toxic, non irritating, non sensitizing. Dermal irritation may occur if not properly diluted Actions supported by clinical studies: Antidepressant, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac.
Leading / Common Uses:Moods / Emotional: Jasmine is an exquisite way to care for your emotional needs. Paired with relaxation method of choice – meditation, bathing, breath work – Jasmine will lift the heaviness and guide you back to a healthier state of mind. You may find you prefer Jasmines intense aroma if highly diluted in a carrier oil, try it at 1-2%. Childbirth: Notable new research on the use of Jasmine in a hospital birth center for support during labor with satisfactory results.
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