Origin of Jasmine Oil
In ancient times, jasmine could only be found in northern India, it was only in the Middle Ages that jasmine arrived in Europe via Spain. Fragrant jasmine has been used for centuries in a variety of applications.
Application and Effect of Jasmine Oil
Aromatic oils are obtained from jasmine flowers which are used in the production of perfumes and aromatherapy. Jasmine oil is warm, light and delicious, its scent fully reveals all the notes of the amazing aroma of jasmine flowers. This fragrance has long been considered a companion of a mysterious, sensual and self-confident women. Jasmine was also actively used in medicine.
Beneficial Features of Jasmine Oil
Jasmine oil is a good antispasmodic, helping to eliminate spasms, colic and pain symptoms, also including muscle, joint pain and neuralgia. It has a general stimulating effect on the circulatory system, and helps to normalise the functioning of the respiratory system, for example – it relieves hoarseness and helps to eliminate cough.
Jasmine Oil for Aromatherapy
Jasmine oil has long been associated with financial success and love affairs. This essential oil develops imagination, stimulates creativity and vigorous activity. Jasmine oil promotes optimism, self-confidence and quickly improves the mood, although at the same time, jasmine oil also has a calming and stabilising effect that promotes deep relaxation. This is a great choice if you need to get rid of apathy and relieve fatigue. Jasmine oil is used to combat nervous disorders, depression and fears.
Jasmine Oil Used in Perfumery
It is one of the most powerful aphrodisiacs that enhances attraction, eliminates coldness and disharmony. Jasmine strengthens mutual trust, self-confidence, bringing a feeling of lightness and balance.