Jasmine Aromatherapy Oil

  • Jasmine Aromatherapy Oil
  • Jasmine Aromatherapy Oil
  • Jasmine Aromatherapy Oil
  • Jasmine Aromatherapy Oil
Our Price
50 Gram $7.25
100 Gram $8.80
250 Gram $15.00
500 Gram $26.00
1 Kg $48.00
5 Kg $235.20
10 Kg $465.60
25 Kg $1,140.00

Jasmine Aromatherapy Oil has been shown to boost sensations of happiness, activity, freshness, and even passion. This flower has a lot more to offer than just a pleasant aroma and romantic connotations. The perfume of jasmine essential oil is appealing and uplifting to the mind, and it may help to combat depression. Jasmine Aromatherapy Oil makes a person joyful and may arouse romantic and lyrical thoughts, just as it has in the past in literature and music. Jasmine oil, on the other hand, can be an excellent addition to your skin-care regimen.


We Shubham Natural Fragrances offers Natural Aromatherapy Oil. Sweet-smelling Jasmine is extracted from the Jasminum Sambac, an evergreen with origins in India. Jasmine is expensive oil that has powerful healing properties it aids with everything from depression to childbirth. It is known most for its relaxing properties.

Botanical Name-

Jasmine Sambac

Extraction and Application-

Extracting Jasmine is a little different from other essential oils, which are primarily steam distilled. Jasmine is obtained via solvent extraction, which means it results in a concrete substance rather than oil. It then must go through an extensive process whereby the flowers are placed over fats to absorb the fragrance. This process takes a number of days and yields a small amount of oil. Hence the reason Jasmine is one of the most expensive essential oils. Add some drops of Jasmine to your bath or to the vaporizer, or blend it with your favorite massage oil.

Aromatherapy Benefits & Uses-

Jasmine has been known to ease depression and childbirth, in addition to enhance libido. It’s great for respiratory problems, addiction issues, and reducing tension and stress.


Jasmine is a fairly safe essential oil as its non-toxic. It can cause an allergic reaction, however. Pregnant women should avoid Jasmine.

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