Jasmine

 
The flowers are used to produce a small quantity of rich and exquisite oil. This is indispensable for the perfume industry. Although the essential oil has valid topical applications, the cost makes liberal use unrealistic. Can be applied in a massage oil to treat a headache, on the pelvic region to relieve menstrual problems, as a tonic for the uterus and for the pains of labor. Used as an inhalant to relieve stress and depression.

Jasmine is a perfume by itself. If you would like it in a perfume blend, a customer of mine makes some really lovely perfumes.
See her site at http://glissande.com/perfume.html

6 parts Sandalwood and Frankincense, 4 parts Jasmine and 1 part Lavender make a mental and physical cleansing blend. Use these oils in a liquid soap or lotion to anoint yourself before ritual work or to mark the division between one kind of work and another.
A basic Blessing Oil blend is equal parts Basil, Juniper and Jasmine.
  • Jasmine Officinale Grandiflora 
  • India 
  • Absolut