Name: Jasmine Sambac
Botanical Name: Jasminum sambac
Main Constituents: 3% solution mixed with Jojoba Oil
Extraction Method: Solvent Extraction
Part of Plant: Flower
Description & Colour: A yellowish to dark brown liquid, medium consistency
Aromatic Summary: A strong middle note. The oil has more of a masculine scent that is musky with an intense floral aroma
Storage: Transfer out of any metal and shipping containers (used for safe shipping), keep in a dark glass container
Safety Notes: For external use only; dilute before use. May cause skin irritations, a skin test is recommended prior to use, avoid contact with eyes. Cautions: It is important to note that all absolutes are extremely concentrated by nature. For those trying Absolutes for the first time, we strongly recommend they be evaluated in dilution. Otherwise, the complexity of the fragrance - particularly the rare and exotic notes - becomes lost.
Usage: Antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antipruritic, antistress, antitoxic, carminative, decongestant, expectorant, galactagogue, rejuvenator (skin), sedative (uterine), and tonic (female reproductive system). Can be used in creams, lotions, soaps, and perfumes
Blends well with: Generally works with all oils. Lavender, Rose Bulgarian, Ylang Ylang, Neroli, Clary Sage, Helichrysum, Spearmint, Lemon, Orange, Bergamot, Sandalwood, Frankincense, Vanilla, Grapefruit, Rosemary, and Cedarwood.
Known as the King of oils (Rose oil as the Queen), Jasmine has been used since ancient times. This climbing plant grows to about 30 to 40 feet. The fragrant white flowers bloom late in the evening. It takes 8,000 carefully hand-picked blossoms to produce 1 gram (about 1 ml.) of Jasmine. Jasmine has mostly been used in cuisine, exotic teas, and natural perfumes.
This information is for education purposes only and in no way is meant to serve as medical or professional advice. We are not responsible for any products made using these oils or the outcome of any application thereof. As always we recommend testing all products.