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Guide to Jasmine Essential Oil

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Guide to Jasmine Essential Oil

Jasmine is an evergreen climbing shrub that has small white flowers with a sweet, romantic and intense aroma. Even though Jasmine oil has been used in home remedies to treat depression and infections it is best known as an aphrodisiac.

Scientific Name / Botanical name: Jasminum officinale
Oil Origin: Flower
Extraction Method: Solvent Extraction
Aroma: Flowery, sweet
Odor strength: Medium strength
Country of origin: India


Healthy Skin
Jasmine oil can be to reduce inflammation, moisturize skin and increase skin elasticity which helps reduces scarring due to stretch marks
Psychological well-being
Soothes nerves and creates a feeling of confidence, optimism and euphoria.
The stimulating and activating effect of jasmine is known to relieve depression and improve mood.
It is known to improve mood, and increase romantic and positive feelings.
Healthy hair and scalp
Jasmine oil helps nourish scalp and lock moisture in the hair and scalp.

Ways to use


When inhaled the sweet aroma helps improve mood and energy levels

Step 1:

Fill diffuser with water

Step 2:
Add a few drops of Jasmine essential oil according to the diffuser capacity ( 3 to 5 drops of essential oil for every 100 ml of water )
Step 3:
Turn on the diffuser, and allow the sweet aroma to fill your room

Relaxing bath

Jasmine oil in the bath promotes relaxation, eases muscle pain, and reduces tension, stress and nervousness

Step 1:
Add 4 to 5 drops of Jasmine essential oil to a bathtub with warm water
Step 2:
Enjoy a calming and relaxing bath

Hair oil

Moisturizes hair and scalp and prevents dryness and itching

Step 1:
Mix 2 to 3 drops of Jasmine oil for every tablespoon of carrier oil
Step 2:
Massage oil mixture into Hair and scalp
Step 3:
Leave it on for 30 - 60 mins
Step 4:
Wash it off with a mild shampoo


  • Avoid contact with eyes, nose, and sensitive areas.
  • Never apply essential oils to the skin or scalp directly. It is highly recommended to dilute the oil using a carrier oil to avoid skin irritation.
  • Do a patch test before topical use to make sure there are no allergic reactions to any essential oil.
  • If you are pregnant, nursing or taking medication; consult a physician before use.