Jasmine - Jasminum grandiflorum, India 0.08 oz: $50, 1/4 oz (.25 oz) $160
jasmine is a highly sought after oil.
Exorbitantly expensive in its pure form, it’s not uncommon to find “cut” or
synthetic versions on the market. These variants are beneficial as well| as
affordable. Jasmine’s historic use goes back centuries. In ancient India,
jasmine was (and still is) used for for ceremonial purposes. The Chinese used
jasmine to cleanse the atmosphere that surrounded the sick. A good hostess also
made sure to have jasmine on hand to give to inebriated guests to clear their
heads. Modern uses for jasmine include childbirth, depression, respiration, and
Confidence, coughs, depression,
energy, fertility, labor, libido, menstrual pain, muscle spasm and sprains,
nervousness, optimism, postnatal depression, lactation, respiration problems,
skin care, tension, vitality and voice loss.
Essential Oil Applications:
To restore confidence, energy,
optimism, and vitality, use 3-5 drops in a diffuser. Can also add 8-10 drops to
For coughs, especially the
lingering kind, use 3-5 drops in a steam inhalation.
To alleviate depression,
nervousness, and tension, use 3-5 drops in a diffuser. Can also add 8-10 drops
to bath water.
To promote male fertility, use
regularly in massage (3-5 drops mixed with 1 ounce of carrier oil). Can also
add 8-10 drops to bath water use 3-5 drops in a diffuser.
A bath made with 8-10 drops of
oil will help relieve headache, premenstrual syndrome, stress, and tension.
To help strengthen contractions
during childbirth and relieve labor pain, use 3-5 drops in a diffuser placed in
birthing room. Do not start diffusing oil until labor is well-advanced.
When lactating, jasmine will
help promote the flow of breast milk. Use 8-10 drops in bath water, or 3-5
drops in a blended massage oil regularly. Can also use 8 drops in a diffuser.
To promote libido in both men
and women, use 5 drops in a diffuser, or 8-10 drops in bath water.
For muscle spasms and sprains,
mix 5 drops with 1 ounce of carrier oil, and massage on affected areas.
For postnatal depression, mix
3-5 drops in 1 ounce of carrier oil and massage on body. Can also add 8-10
drops to bath water, or use 3-5 drops in a diffuser.
To use as a skin tonic for all
skin types, mix a few drops with an application of unscented face lotion. Can
also mix with lavender, tangerine, and a carrier oil for a blend that can
encourage cell growth and increase elasticity.
To help relieve stress and
tension, use 2-3 drops in a diffuser or lamp ring. Can also use 20 drops in 1
ounce of carrier oil for a relaxing massage.
For respiratory problems, use 5
drops in a steam inhalation. Especially good for deepening breathing, and
calming spasms of the bronchi.
Mixes Well With:
Rose and lavender oil
*The statements above have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.