Botanical name: Jasminun grandiflorum Origin: India
Description: It is an absolute solvent extraction
Aromatic scent: Sweet and musky perfume scent, with a dark base note
Perfume note: Base
Consistency: slightly thicker oil
What is it good for: Known to be an aphrodisiac and can be used in meditation to help with reducing habits and nervous ticks. For centuries, jasmine has been popular for its sweet, romantic fragrance and has been used in some of the world's best-known perfumes, including Chanel No. 5. One of the reasons perfumes containing jasmine are so expensive is that around 7.5 million flowers are required to produce only one kilogramme of the essential perfume oil. Another reason this fragrance commands such a high price is that it is extremely difficult to capture this rich floral note in a perfume
Extraction Method: Co2 Extraction
Blends with: Bergamot, Cedarwood, Chamomile, Rosemary and Ylang Ylang
Suggested Usage: It is best to dilute essential oil in carrier oil such as Grapeseed if you intend to prepare massage oil. Don't use essential oils neat onto your skin. Start with 1% essential oil to 99% carrier and increase essential oil until you have desired aroma strength.
Possible side effects:Jasmine oil is generally considered safe and non- irritating, and reports of skin irritation are very rare. Like any plant, there is always the risk of an allergic reaction.
Bottle: These bottles are designed for pharmaceutical use, they are impact resistant but care should be taken with glass bottles on hard surfaces. The bottles are designed in Austria, using green natural glass, they are not sprayed and can be recycled over and over again.