Jasmine sambac hydrosol is obtained from a shrub called jasmine sambac, it is also widely recognised as the Arabian jasmine. This tree bears white flowers round the year that spread highly exotic fragrance and its leaves are oval in shape. This sweet smelling shrub called Jasmine sambac branches itself from the Oleaceae family of flowers. Its flowers burst open at night however in the morning they close. The flowers and buds are hydro distilled in order to extract the essential oil that is brownish yellow in appearance. Such oil is soluble in other essential oils and alcohol but not in water. It is said that the fragrance of jasmine can be felt even at a distance of a mile.
Constituents – Several components are found in jasmine sambac hydrosol like indole, skatole, benzyl alcohol, linalool, methyl anthranilate etc.
Blends with – One can blend Jasmine Sambac Hydrosol with almost every other essential oil wherein it lends its superb scent. However for best outcomes this oil may be blended with Ylang Ylan, sandalwood other aphrodisiac oils.
|Product Code||SVA - 143|
|Botanical Name||Jasminum sambac (L.)|
|Methods of Extraction||Brownish yellow with a jasmine flower odor|
|Color & Odor||Brownish yellow with a jasmine flower odor|
|Country of Origin||India|
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