- Prevents Infection
- Treats Insomnia
- Eases Child Birth
- Treat Spasms
- Boost Concentration
- Boost Energy Levels
- Stimulates Sexual Desires
- Helps Fight Depression
- Reduces The Appearance Of Blemishes
- Fights Menapause Symptoms
Jasmine essential oil
Traditionally, jasmine oil has been used as a folk medicine treatment for fighting hepatitis, various internal infections, plus respiratory and skin disorders for hundreds of years in Thailand, China and other Asian countries.
Jasmine oil is believed to have antiviral, antibiotic and antifungal properties that make it effective for boosting immunity and fighting illness. Jasmine oil has also specifically been shown to have antimicrobial activity towards the bacteria that causes staph infections and the fungus that causes candida.
It’s also used to decrease pain associated with pregnancy and childbirth.
Many studies have found improvements in mood and sleep after using jasmine oil either as an aromatherapy treatment or topically on the skin. In a study done on healthy adult women, results indicate that jasmine oil can increase autonomic arousal activity and help elevate mood at the same time. Jasmine oil exhibits a calming effect that can act as a natural sedative and help you sleep better. Using jasmine oil either as an aromatherapy treatment or applying it directly to the skin can help decrease emotional and physical symptoms of menopause and work as a natural remedy for menopause relief.
Jasmine is known to help ease postpartum symptoms, including anxiety, depression, muscle pain and low energy. It has also been used traditionally to increase production of breast milk. Additionally, applying jasmine oil to the skin may help decrease signs of stretch marks and prevent scarring.
Studies have confirmed jasmine oil’s mood-lifting benefits, so try using it as a natural perfume.
It blends well with many other oils to either promote an awakened state or help with relaxation.
For an uplifting scent, try using jasmine oil with citrus oils.
For its aphrodisiac effects, combine jasmine oil with sandalwood or ylang ylang essential oil.
As a sleep aid and relaxant, lavender and frankincense make good additions to jasmine oil since all act as mild sedatives and promote a reduction in pain and anxiety.