5 Benefits of the Amazing Scent of Jasmine…Naturally!

The scent of Jasmine has been a favorite of mine since the mid-70s when Ciara was my favorite fragrance. In my home, you will often smell a mist of jasmine, amber, and vanilla as you walk through the door.

What’s more, the scent of jasmine essential oil has an uplifting and pleasant effect on the mind and helps ease depression. It is used medicinally as an antiseptic, antidepressant, antispasmodic, analgesic, sedative, and aphrodisiac.

The aromatic effect of the scent of jasmine oil stimulates the release of certain hormones in the body, including serotonin, which results in the boost of energy and the uplifted mood.

Moreover, Jasmine is a warm, floral fragrance which gives many benefits to its users. Here are a few more fun facts I’ve gleaned for my readers.

Some Things to Note about the scent of Jasmine!

Jasmine has a magnificent and delicate floral aroma that is so unique that you find it in use in precious fragrances for both men and women. Known widely as the “King of Flowers” it is ideal to use as a personal fragrance and other things that might surprise you.

1. Use as a fragrance.

Dab a little bit on your pulse points to go through your day with an aura of the exotic surrounding your every step. Its intoxicating, floral aroma has been thought of by many to be an aphrodisiac, pairing well with frankincense, sandalwood, geranium, bergamot, and lemongrass.

2. Use as a skin supplement.

Dab the Jasmine on your facial skin imperfections to attain a healthier, glowing, more radiant face to lead your way into your day. It’s fantastic moisturizing qualities makes it a fabulous choice for dry and sensitive skin. So, Jasmine is loved around the world for its skin benefits. With regular use, it helps reduce skin imperfections and leaves you with a healthy, glowing complexion.

3. Inhaling to lift your spirits.

Merely by inhaling the essence of the Jasmine it uplifts your spirits and increases your confidence. In fact, the scent of Jasmine is naturally uplifting which makes it a natural choice to lessen depression and relieve anxieties.

4. One of the Most Precious of Oils.

Because the flowers have to be harvested at daybreak when they are most aromatic, this essential oil is considered to be one of the most precious. That’s in addition to the fact that large amounts of flowers are needed to make a small amount of oil.

5. Jasmine is also an analgesic.

In fact, for thousands of years, women have used it to alleviate labor pains. 

Grow Your Own Jasmine Plant for Beautiful Natural Scents Throughout Your Home or Office

Grow Your Own Jasmine Plant!

The Jasmine plant is a small shrub or vine that is widely cultivated for its stunning and sweet-scented flowers. Also, use it as a fragrant ingredient in perfumes and as a jasmine tea. It grows up to 1.6 to 9.8 ft in height. You may grow it indoors or outdoors, but always in well-drained soil. Also, be sure to water and fertilize regularly! A full to a light shade of sunlight is best.

The most common pest species are white flies, nematodes, and mealybugs. In order to prevent your plant from these destroying insects, you can apply a neem oil to your plant’s soil and that should aid the insect’s issues.

Depending on your variety, if it is a shrub your main goal is to maintain the size or the shape as what you wish it to be. Remember to cut off excess vines regularly.

Overall, Jasmine offers a relaxing and calming effect in addition to its inherent euphoric scent. All this combines to give you a nice boost in your mood and helps you keep a positive outlook.

Try Jasmine Essential Oils in Your Home Today!

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