Jasmine Sambac oil

Jasmine Sambac (Jasminum sambac)

Jasmine sambac is a species of jasmine, originating from southern Asia (in India, Myanmar and Sri Lanka. Its spread starts from Hindustan to Indochina, to the Malay Archipelago. Jasmine is one of the three national flowers of Indonesia, and is called the nation's puspa. Flowers this is also the Philippine national interest.

Jasmine Sambac is an essential oil derived from jasmine flowers. Jasmine serves to improve mood, relieve stress and balance hormones. Jasmine Sambac has been used for hundreds of years, in Asian countries as a natural remedy to relieve depression, anxiety, emotional stress, low libido and insomnia.

Many people call Jasmine Sambac a natural aphrodisiac, because it has a tempting aroma. Jasmine Sambac is called queen of the night, because it has a strong floral scent at night, and can increase libido

Jasmine oil also functions to improve skin health, make focus, help increase energy, overcome fatigue, overcome menstrual cramps, and overcome sleep difficulties. Jasmine Sambac can be combined with lotions, moisturizers, oil carriers, to be used as massage oils, body scrubs, and soaps

 

Jasmine Sambac Blends :

Bergamot, Coriander, Frankincense Carterii, Ginger, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Rose, Sandalwood, Sweet Orange, Vanilla, Ylang Ylang Complete

 

Jasmine Sambac oil use:

Direct use

Pour 2-4 drops of Jasmine Sambac, directly on the desired body part. No need to be diluted with Carrier oil, except for very sensitive skin

Natural Perfume

Mix 1-2 drops of Jasmine Sambac, 1 drop of Frankincense Carterii, and 1 drop of Rose, with 30ml Carrier oil to make a mixture of natural perfume

Aromatic Bath

For aromatic baths, Mix 1 drop of Jasmine Sambac, 1 drop of Sandalwood, 1 drop of Sweet Orange, 1 tablespoon of Carrier oil, and 1 tablespoon of liquid soap, then pour it into the bath, which contains warm water, for you to soak, and make your body is as comfortable as possible

Jasmine Perfume Diffuser blend

Pour 4 drops of Sandalwood, 3 drops of Jasmine Sambac, and 2 drops of Ylang Ylang, into your Diffuser. Breathe in the aroma, and feel the aroma sensation from Jasmine perfume

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