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Jasmine Essential Oil

Jasmine Essential Oil

Jasmine Essential Oil

Jasmines’ aromatic flowers have been used for centuries for adornment and decoration.

In India, Jasmine is known as “Queen of the Night” as its scent tends to be stronger at night time.

In China the jasmine flower symbolises the sweetness of women while in India it symbolises divine hope.

Jasmine flowers were used by the emperors of China, Afghanistan, Iran and Nepal in the 15th Century to scent their homes and clothes. It was introduced into Spain, and then through Europe, by the Moors in the 17th c.

The Chinese have used the flowers in their medicine for thousands of years and are dried to be used in their jasmine tea.

Jasmine essential oil is known as one of the most effective essential oils for nervous anxiety, restlessness and depression. It is also particularly useful for treating dry and irritated skin. Ripple uses the jasmine oil in its Bliss blend of oils.

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Burners and vaporizers

In vapor therapy, jasmine oil can be used to lift depression, lethargy and tiredness

During Child Birth

Jasmine oil is one of the most useful oils to use during childbirth. If it is used blended in a massage oil on the lower back with will help relieve pain and strengthen contractions. It can also aid in post natal recovery.

Jasmine Essential Oils

Jasmine Essential Oils

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Jasmine Essential Oil

Jasmine Essential Oil is one of many fabulous Essential Oils we love here at Ripple. It comes from the flowers of the Jasmine plant, and has numerous scientific names including Jasminum Crandiflora, meaning Royal Jasmine. The flower is very famous, due to the strong, sweet smell that many people love and consider to be romantic. The flower itself is also commonly associated with romance, blossoming only at night releasing its pleasant, alluring fragrance.

The Origin of Jasmine Essential Oil

The Jasmine plant is an evergreen shrub that can grow up to 10m in height with beautiful dark green leaves and famous small white flowers. The plant is originally from China and Northern India but has spread throughout the world, with many places now producing high quality versions of the oil.


Solvent extraction is first used to gain a ‘concrete’ jasmine oil. From here, alcohol separation and steam distillation are used to produce the Jasmine Essential Oil.

Aromatherapy oils

Aromatherapy oils


Jasmine Essential Oil has many benefits for the body and mind that everyone will love. These benefits include:

Uses of Jasmine Essential Oil

There are multiple ways that Jasmine Essential Oil can be used to gain all of the above benefits. This includes:

Blending Jasmine Essential Oil

Jasmine Essential Oil blends exceptionally well with many other oils, and in doing so even more benefits can be sought. In particular, the oil is known to work well with Rose, Bergamot, Sandalwood and Citrus Essential Oils.