Topical: Apply 1-2 drops to area you desire.
– Use a warm compress and alternate from your abdomen to your lower back to relieve cramping and bloating. To create a compress, simply fill a bowl with 1 cup of water and 5 drops of oil. Next, soak a 100% cotton cloth in the water, wring out the water and apply to the desired area. A warm compress will be about the temperature you use to wash your face, not scalding hot and not ice cold. The compress may get cold after several minutes of use so you may want to add some more warm water to your bowl as you rewet and reapply.
Sleep / Insomnia
– Add a drop to pillows or sheets for a restful night of sleep.
Sexual Problems / Aphrodisiac
– The fragrance of romance. Add a drop to your spouses pillow, your pillow, and both your underwear drawers.
Self Esteem / Depression / Negativity
– Place a drop in your hand and directly inhale the aroma to bring clarity and peace to your mood.
Love and Marriage
– Combine 4 drops of Jasmine oil, with 15 ml of your favorite carrier oil to create a romantic blend massage oil that is sure to spice up your marriage.
Children and Creativity
– Diffuse 2 drops Jasmine oil with 2 drops of Rosemary oil to calm a restless child
– Set the mood by diffusing 10 drops of Jasmine oil, 10 drops of Clary Sage oil in the southwest corner of the room and if possible, display a photo of you and your spouse or significant other for a night of irresistible passion with your spouse.
– Provides a calm and a tranquil state
– Aphrodisiac characteristics
– Reduces sightly skin impurities
– Promotes a radiant complexion
Strong floral, musk, exotic
Scientific name: Jasminum grandiflorum
Oil origin: Flowers
Extraction: Solvent extracted
Aroma: Floral, sweet, honey-like, rich
Odor strength: Medium – high
Evaporation: Middle note
Possible irritation to sensitive skin. Keep away from children. If you are expecting, nursing, or under the care of a physician, please consult your physician prior to use. Keep away from eyes, ear canal, and other sensitive areas.
Not for internal use