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Used jasmine flower and essential oil extracted from flower widely in cosmetics, perfumes, and Kmahdye (relaxation properties, sedative) and aphrodisiac heightened sexual arousal.
Jasmine flower is very popular all over the world, especially in tropical areas because of the unique smell of its kind.
Jasmine flowers are white in most species, with some species being yellow flowered. It is believed that the original home of jasmine is the Himalayan Mountains in western China.
Jasmine are either evergreen or deciduous leaves.
Are arranged leaf jasmine in contrast to most species, the form of a simple paper, trifoliate or pinnate with 5-9 leaflets, each up to two and a half inches long.
Most species Jasmine bearing white flowers
Jasmine oil, a benzyl acetate
It is known that there is a kind of jasmine in India as the "Queen of the Night" because of it's intoxicating fragrance that is released at night.
In China, and uses jasmine symbol of feminine sweetness and beauty. Jasmine also symbolizes the deep feelings of happiness and elegance. This is why it is used in wedding toss.
Jasmine has been used for the healing of the female reproductive tract. In Ayurvedic medicine jasmine is used to calm the nerves, calm and emotional problems, help with PMS and headaches caused by tension. Because it has the characteristics of an anti-convulsion Jasmine can help relax and uterine cramps and pain during childbirth.
Jasmine flowers in Chinese medicine is known to be "cool" in the blood and have antibacterial properties, anti-viral and anti-tumor strong. Because they are blood cooling it helps with the reduction of fever or cooling overheated person (from the sun).
Yasmin has astringent that helps in the treatment of inflamed eyes and skin characteristics, and as a gargle to relieve sore throat and mouth ulcers. Jasmine is used in aromatherapy to calm the emotions, and as an aphrodisiac. It is a value in the treatment of depression because it produces a sense of confidence and optimism and euphoria. It activates and restores the balance of power.
Jasmine is used in teas, herbal baths, skin creams, soaps and potpourri. It also is used as a decorative touch to a special, unique dishes.