We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :- Jasmine Flower
A large nearly glabrous, suberect, twining evergreen shrub, leaves
imparipinnately compound, opposite, terminal leaflets larger than the
laterals, ovate, laceolate, acute or acuminate, laterals ovate, flowers very
fragrant, white tinged with pink outside in lax terminal and axillary cymes,
calyx lobes long and linear, fruits elliptic, globose berries, black when
Linalyl acetate, benzyl benzoate, benzyl alcohol, geraniol, nerol, 1-a-
terpineol, d-and di-linalool, and alcohol with an odour reminiscent of B,
y-hexenol, farnesol, nerolidol, an unidentified alcohol, which plays an
important role in the fixation of odorous principles, eugenol, p-cresol,
creosol, lactones with lasting and fruity odour, bensaldehyde, jasmone, and
unidentified ketone, benzonic acid, methyl anthranilate and indole.
Jasmine is best known for the delicate and captivatingly sweet fragrance of
its flowers, which are frequently used in religious ceremonies in India and
in Asian and Mediterranean countries. The extracted oil of the Jasmine is
used in a wide range of soaps, cosmetics, and perfumes. Pure Jasmine oil is
very rare and expensive, as many petals are needed to obtain even a small
quantity of the essential oil. The best Jasmine oil is collected at night
when the scent is strongest.
Jasmine oil is warming and smoothing oil used to revitalize and stimulate
the skin. It is an oil used in perfumes because of its wonderful aroma.
Derived form the oil of jasmine flowers. Used as ingredient in perfumes.
Used for its wonderful sweet aroma in perfumery Jasmine flower oil is
important in high-grade perfumes and cosmetics, such as creams, oils, soaps,
and shampoos. Jasmine is beneficial for the skin, reducing problems, such as
dry, greasy, irritated or sensitive skin (its good for dry, sensitive skin,
especially when there is redness or itching). It's flowers are used in
Jasmine tea and other herbal black and green teas. The roots and leaves of
some Jasmine species have been used in folk medicine as an anthelmintic,
active against ringworm and tapeworm, and its also used to treat muscle
spasms, sprains, catarrh, coughs, hoarseness, laryngitis, uterine disorders,
labor pains, frigidity, depression and nervous exhaustion
As a medicinal plant, Jasmine has traditionally been considered an
aphrodisiac and a calmative. In the orient the root is used to treat
headaches, insomnia, and pain due to dislocated joints and broken bones (it
is reported to have anaesthetic properties). Several Jasminium species have
been used in cancer treatment. The roots are useful in cephalagia, vitiated
conditions of vata, paralysis, facial paralysis, mental debility, chronic
constipation, flatulence, strangury sterility, dysmenorrhoea, amenorrhoea,
ringworm, leprosy, skin diseases and giddiness.
The leaves are useful in odontalgia, fixing loose teeth, ulcerative
stomatitis, leprosy, skin diseases, ottorrhoea, otalgia, strangury,
dymenorrhoea, ulcers, wounds and corns. The flowers are refrigerant and
opthalmphathy, leprosy, skin diseases, pruritus, strangury, dysmenorrhoea,
ulcers and vitiated conditions of pitta.