Jasmine is one of those flowers with a great aroma that mesmerizes anybody around. It is used for many good occasions like performing rituals. The oil extracted from these flowers has a typical set of aphrodisiac properties. It thus has a lot of cooling effect and along with its aroma, it helps in generating a calming experience on the user. It is thus a very much sought after oil for de-stressing. The oil is thicker than the others, and has a medium level of viscosity. The aroma is very strong and extremely rejuvenating. Thus, even spilling the oil in the corners of a room works wonders for the dwellers. Often, the meditation and healing specialists make use of it to make the person feel calm, composed and fresh.
· Because of its aroma, the oil is widely used for therapeutic use. It is often used to help people meditate and de-stress.
· It is of a sensuous scent and hence is often used as an integral ingredient in body sprays. It is in fact a common ingredient in ladies’ perfumes.
· It has natural anti-bacterial properties because of which it finds a wide usage in after-shave lotions.
· It is sometimes used after proper refinement in making cakes and pastries, where it plays a great role to add the colour and flavour.
Constituents – Jasmine Grandiflorum Floral absolute is very rich in various vitamins and minerals. Its aphrodisiac property comes out of these ingredients only.
Blends with – It blends well with sandalwood and ylang-ylang oils that are also well-known for their aphrodisiac properties. The blends are primarily used for rejuvenation, meditation and de-stress exercises and activities.
|Product Code||SVA - 140|
|Botanical Name||Jasminum Grandiflorum|
|Methods of Extraction||Solvent Extraction|
|Color & Odor||Light reddish brown liquid with a a smooth, extremely intense floral smell|
|Country of Origin||India, Tamil Nadu|
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