Jasmine

 

Jasmine

Botanical Name

Jasminum Officinale

Summary

Extracted from the flowers of the Jasmine plant. Has long been associated with romance and love. The flower of the Jasmine plant blooms only at night, and fills the surrounding area with it’s beautiful fragrance.

Benefits and Uses

Anti-depressant: When inhaled, Jasmine has a pleasing effect on the brain, uplifting the mood and effectively fighting depression. It stimulates the production of serotonin, which contributes to the feeling of well-being and overall mood improvement.

Aphrodisiac: Jasmine has been used to stimulate the libido and promote healthy sexuality for centuries. It is used to cure impotency and frigidity, among other things.

Sedative: Jasmine is known for inducing calm, restful sleep, which in turn helps the body to heal itself and promotes a sense of overall well-being.

Parturient: Jasmine has long been used to facilitate labor and ease contractions, aiding in the birthing process. It’s antidepressant qualities also help women who are experiencing post-partum depression.

Caution

Pregnant women should avoid using Jasmine in heavy doses.

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