Jasmine (Jasmine Grandiflorum)
Its flowers bloom during the early morning dawn, and at that time they are also collected to maintain a beautiful, distinctive aroma. Jasmine is referred to as the king of oils. This oil produces positive reactions in the brain. To produce 1 ml of essential oil, 8000 hand-picked flowers are needed.
It moisturizes dry skin, helps to heal wounds, cleans dirt, softens scars, cures eczema and maintains healthy scalp.
When applied to the wound, it prevents its infection.
Softens stretch marks and scars.
It helps to remove mucus and cough up.
One of the best natural remedies for women's problems helps in painful menstruation, PMS. maintains a healthy uterus, protects it from tumors.
Relieves labor pains.
Increases milk production in nursing mothers.
It helps to increase self-confidence, confidence and creativity.
It fights pessimism, anxiety and stress.
It helps to get rid of addictions.
It soothes body, mind and soul
Use in ayurvedic medicine
It has been used for centuries to treat cancer, ulcers, painful menstruation, migraines, skin infections, paralysis, depression, insomnia, and reproductive problems. It is excellent for the skin, relieves acne, dermatitis, psoriasis. It opens the heart chakra.
Use in chinese medicine
It relieves cramps, cools down blood, reduces swelling, relieves throat pain. It enters the liver meridian.
3 drops of essential oil into water in the scented lamp or your popular diffuser. To intensify the effects, you can swivel your bath towel over your head and lean over the rising scent. We recommend this procedure for breathing problems or facial skin problems
Mix 3 teaspoons of carrier oil with 4 drops of jasmine, 4 drops of tangerine, 1 drop of ylang ylang and massage.
Packaging: amber glass bottle with dropper (volume based on selected variant if applicable)
- Safety card
- Diluted on skin
- Undiluted on skin
- Internal use
- Kids friendly