Interesting Benefits Of Jasmine Absolute Oil
Jasmine oil is a precious essential oil that is often called ‘the king of oils’. This is because it has lots of physical and spiritual benefits. It is known for its aphrodisiac and antidepressant qualities, and it can also help with physical and mental exhaustion.
Jasmine is a climbing plant that has a light, floral aroma with warm undertones. The plant was originally grown in China and India, but now it is grown across the world. Today the oil is mostly produced in India, China, France, Morocco, Egypt and Italy.
You can use it for a variety of different ailments. Here are six benefits of this essential oil.
It is great for your skin
The oil moisturises your skin and promotes skin elasticity. It can also be used to reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scarring. The oil is mild so it can even be used on sensitive skin if it is diluted.
It is an antidepressant
Jasmine is great for the mind. It is known as a powerful antidepressant, and some people have said that jasmine oil helps to improve their confidence. If you want to build your confidence, put two drops on your pillow before you go to bed each night.
Jasmine can be used during childbirth
It can be used to reduce issues that involve the female reproductive system, so it is often used during childbirth. This is because it can help to reduce pain, it can calm your nerves and it may even strengthen contractions.
It works as an aphrodisiac
Jasmine has been used as an aphrodisiac for thousands of years, and it can also help with sexual problems such as premature ejaculation and impotence.
It relieves anxiety and stress
It is perfect for anyone who is feeling stressed or upset. The scent is known to have an uplifting effect on the user, which can help to calm you down and raise your spirits. This may be because jasmine promotes the release of ‘feel good’ hormones such as serotonin. If you want to use this oil to relieve stress, simply inhale the smell. When you do this the molecules of the flower will send messages to the limbic system of your brain, which controls mood and emotion.
It has antiseptic and antiviral properties
Jasmine has both antiseptic and antiviral properties, so you can use it on minor wounds and cuts to help prevent infection. Several studies have confirmed that it has healing abilities and a study from 2007 tested the healing abilities of jasmine on lab rats. The researchers found that wound healing was faster and more collagen was found after 10 days if jasmine was used to treat the wound. A second study from 2014 confirmed the first study’s findings. This study concluded that jasmine accelerated wound healing as it promoted collagen formation and improved antioxidant function.
If you want to use this magical element on your wound, dilute the it and apply a small amount to affected area.