Jasmine Fragrance Oil
|Common Method Of Extraction
||Sweet and floral aroma
Jasmine Fragrance Oil is primarily used in perfumery industry. Besides it
also has high commercial value because of its therapeutic properties. As the
oil is composed of heat-sensitive chemical compounds, solvent extraction
method is used as this is a mild extracting process and also has lower
Available as reddish brown transparent liquid, the high purity of the
extracted oil retains freshness and soothing odor of Jasmine flowers in it.
The constituents of Jasmine Fragrance Oil comprise all fragrance compounds
including Benzyl benzoate, Benzyl acetate, Linalool, Fatty acid, Phytol,
Methyl ester and Paraffin.
Essential Oil Information
Jasmine Fragrance Oil contains in it a distinctively rich, warm, floral and
sweetly exotic aroma. With extensive usage in fragrance based applications
especially in the consumer goods industry, the extracts may also contain a
fruity-tea undertone. The fragrance helps in sedating nervous system and is
considered good for insomnia, headaches and depression. The oil also aids in
easing muscle cramping including menstrual cramps when used in massage
The oil has properties of Antidepressant, Analgesic (mild),
Anti-inflammatory, Aphrodisiac, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Expectorant,
Carminative, Sedative and Tonic (uterine).
The scenting extracts obtained are widely used in perfumery industry and
have a very high commercial value. With oil obtained from Jasmine flower, it
has in it the freshness and soothing odor of Jasmine. Its balmy odor makes
it useful in Cosmetic Perfumery and Pharmaceutical industry. Besides the oil
can also be used in Lotions, Massage oils, Soap making ingredients, Scent,
Diffusers, Potpourri, Air fresheners, Body fragrance, Bath oils, Towel
scenting, Perfume oils, Aromatherapy products, Incense, Laundry, Hair
treatments and other areas.
Having a sweet and floral aroma, Jasmine Fragrance oil is also sought after
for its powerful therapeutic properties like as stimulant, antiseptic,
antidepressant, anti-spasmodic and aphrodisiac. As anti-depressant, its
helps in boosting confidence in the mind as well as also helps in relieving
insomnia, nervous disorders and headaches. It also encourages cell growth
and helps in increasing skin elasticity.
Blends Well With
It blends well with Rose, Chamomile, Geranium, Vanilla, Cinnamon,
ylang-ylang, and Sandalwood.
As a genus of shrubs and climbing vines with 200 species, Jasmine is native
to tropical and warm temperature region and is known as King of
Flowers. Holding in it most masculine floral aroma, the potency and
incredible fragrance power of Jasmine makes it one of most expensive
essential oils. Generally working with all oils, Jasmine also helps to round
out scents and work well with other aphrodisiac oils like Ylang Ylang and
- Keep oil tightly closed and out of reach of children.
- Never ingest undiluted essential oils.
- Never use undiluted oils on skin.
- Before physical use, dilute oils with vegetable oils (one to three
drops per tablespoon).
- Keep oils away from eyes and mucous membranes.
- Conduct skin test of oil before using and do not use if
- Pregnant women should avoid this herb
- Women who are breast feeding the child should also avoid its use as
it may cause lower blood pressure.
Jasmine Perfume Oil is made available by us in different packaging options.
- Jasmine Oil 1/6 oz
- Jasmine Oil 1/2 oz
- Jasmine Oil 1 oz
- Jasmine Oil 4 oz
- Jasmine Oil 8 oz
- Jasmine Oil 16 oz