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Jun 14 2010

The Magic Jasmine!

A few other flowers may be as sweet, but jasmine is sweet without sentiment, sweet without effeteness, sweet without compromise; it is aggressively sweet, out rageously sweet: “I am sweet,” says the jasmine, “and if you don’t like it, you can kiss my sweet ass“. Tom Robbins ~ Jitterbug Perfume
Derived from the Arabic word “yasmin”, Jasmine is often referred to as ‘The King of Flowers’. Being the rare and exotic oil that it is, Jasmine may sometimes be prohibitively priced or sold in impure/ diluted forms. As a result, not many people are aware of its powerful properties and therapeutic abilities. This article aims to tell you all that you need to know about the health benefits of Jasmine and give you more than a good reason to keep a bottle in your aromatherapy kit.

What makes it so special?

In the words of renowned author Gabriel Mojay [1], Jasmine is “one of the most effective essential oils for nervous anxiety, restlessness and depression”.  It is also “indicated for impotence and frigidity, especially when there are depressive thoughts of inadequacy and undesirability”.
  • Jasmine is a powerful and natural aphrodisiac that can help with cold attitudes, listlessness, spasms, depression and lack of sexual drive.
  • It is also helpful in seasonal conditions like allergies and catarrh.
  • According to author Victoria Edwards [2], the essence of Jasmine flowers improves capillary action and is a general stimulant for all body systems. Since it has an immediate effect on the nasal passages, it works to heighten the sense of smell.

Jasmine for women’s health and well-being:

Jasmine oil has multiple uses and benefits for women in their reproductive age. From menstrual troubles and infertility right down to childbirth, this oil is of great help at every step of the way.
  • If you frequently suffer from severe menstrual cramps and backache, use Jasmine oil with any carrier massage oil for quick relief.
  • If you are going into labor, the uplifting aroma will facilitate childbirth by giving you the strength and confidence to endure the pain.
  • Many women experience a dip in libido especially during or after pregnancy. The post-pregnancy weight and the new routine is enough to sap every iota of self-esteem and confidence out of a woman. The euphoric scent of Jasmine can help restore that confidence so that you can go back to being the sensual woman who loves her body and her life.

Jasmine for an instant perk-me-up:

Since the fragrance of Jasmine evokes optimism, positivity and confidence, it is extremely effective in treating emotional and psychosomatic problems. Jasmine oil is a mild sedative and stimulant rolled into one. Many users have found it useful in moments of dullness, apathy and listlessness. Jasmine for sensuality: According to author Valerie Ann Worwood [3], a research conducted by Japanese professor Shizuo Trii mentions the influence of Jasmine as stimulating to the sympathetic nervous system, which in turn controls our sexuality. Jasmine essential oil is what you need if you are looking to give your sagging love life a little boost.

How to make it work for you:

Jasmine is a rare and expensive oil with an intense aroma which is why only a drop of it at a time is enough. You may use it any of the following ways: As a natural perfume on its own In a blend 1 oz of jojoba oil 5 drops of jasmine 2 drops of your favorite citrus oil Rubbing this blend on your temples instantly soothes your senses and relieves stress. Use it anytime to lift up your mood and chase away depression.

Interesting facts:

According to estimates, about eight million jasmine flowers yield a kilogram of Jasmine oil which roughly translated to around 700 flowers per gram of the oil! How do you like to use your jasmine oil? References: [1] Mojay, Gabriel (1997).  Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit, Restoring Emotional and Mental Balance with Essential Oils. London: Healing Arts Press [2]Edwards, Victoria (1996). The World of Aromatherapy. Berkeley, CA: Frog, Ltd. [3]Worwood, Valerie Ann (1994). Aromantics. USA: Bantam New Age Boooks. Picture courtesy of: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kpjas/21703713   Related Articles Fragrances for Love Aromatherapy and the Human Touch The Healing Power of an Aromatherapy Bath Aromatherapy Tip of the Week, Essential Oils for Menopause © 2010, Cristina Proano-Carrion, Aromandina LLC
© AROMANDINA – All rights reserved This information on this blog is based on traditional use of aromatherapy and it does not intend to diagnose or treat any condition. This information should not be used as a substitute for medical counseling with a health care professional. No part of this blog may be reproduced in whole or in part without the explicit written permission of Aromandina.
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