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Beyond the aphrodisiac powers of JASMINE.

Native from Southeast Asia, Jasmine is a very famous flower. It has a strong yet sweet, pleasing and romantic fragrance, which is very common in flowers, which bloom only at night. The jasmine flower is often associated with romance and love. However, this flower has much more to offer than its sweet smell and romantic associations. What makes Arabian jasmine such a beneficial ingredient for health issues is because this miraculous flower is full of active compounds like flavonoids and coumarins that are known to promote vascular health, cardiac glycosides and phenolics that detoxifies our body. For the moment, let us put our poetic feelings aside and explore some of the impressive health benefits that jasmine can also provide us.

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1. Natural Deodorant.

The flower as well as the essential oil has ketone in low concentrations. This, in turn, gives it a warm, yet mild fragrance that makes it a natural deodorant option. By now it’s common knowledge that even the priciest deodorants in the market won’t last beyond a period. So why not try Jasmine!

2. Softer Skin.

Add jasmine to your daily bath. Try our Jasmine natural homemade soap and soak yourself for 10 minutes for an in-bath moisturizer, and see the results for yourself. Believe me; your skin will feel soft and smooth, and you will feel just wow after a bath!

3. Toned, Scar-free Skin.

The daily use of jasmine flowers or jasmine oil along with coconut oil, helps to ease stretch marks and scars. It also tones and soothes dry skin and retains the skin’s elasticity.

4. Innate Antiseptic and disinfectant Properties.

Its constituents like Benzaldehyde, Benzoic Acid and Benzyl Benzoate have very effective germicidal, bactericidal, fungicidal and antiviral properties. Apply a homemade soap with Jasmine oil to wash wounds and cuts, to prevent them from becoming septic and effectively eliminates potential infections from tetanus. It is also known that reduces infections in the respiratory system and can relieve colds and coughs.

5. Safeguards Skin.

You already know that the essential oil extracted from Jasmine can keep your skin moisturized and hydrated. But, did you know that it can also heal the post acne marks? Yes! it can protect your skin from the cruelties of the weather too. The antibacterial, antiseptic, and antiviral properties of jasmine can be utilized in the form of its oil to improve the immunity power of the skin. Regular application of this oil on your skin can fight infections and weather impacts. Try our natural soap with Jasmine Essential Oil.


6. Natural Conditioner.

Before washing your hair with shampoo, remove the excess fat from your hair with our natural jasmine soap. This will help make your hair cleaner and more conditioned. Jasmine can help to keep frizzy, curly, and unmanageable hair under control by padlocking the moisture.

7. For Stronger, Longer, And Radiant Locks.

Jasmine extract leaves strengthens your hair roots, makes hair tensile and prevents it from turning brittle. This also ensures that your strands grow longer and thicker. Along with maintaining its natural color and sheen, this extract also ensures that you own thicker locks.

8. Anti-lice Agent.

Are lice and bugs making your scalp itchy and irritating? Add jasmine to your daily shower and apply directly on scalp and hair to shield your hair from the attacks of head lice.

9. Keeps The Scalp Moisturized.

Jasmine extracts when used with Coconut oil is known to lock the moisture in the scalp, keeping the scalp hydrated while preventing hair fall and dandruff. So, say bye-bye to dry and itchy scalp with Jasmine.

10. Treats Scalp Infections.

If you are looking for an easy remedy to attack bacterial-fungal infections on your scalp, jasmine can help. Before shampooing your hair, Give a soft massage to your hair with our Jasmine natural soap on your infected scalp to treat an infection. You can also add coconut oil for better results. The antiseptic and anti-microbial actions of both ingredients work together, ensuring that the infection subsides at a faster pace.


11. Eases Stress And Depression.

The fragrant and lively jasmine flowers are known to lift your mood and ease stress. Jasmine can also bring you out of depression. Jasmine soothes the nerves by relaxing the automatic nerve activity and decreasing your heart rate. It is full of flavonoid antioxidants that are known to fight oxidative stress. Also, it carries mild sedative property that calms the mind and soul by regulating blood sugar and blood pressure levels. The aromatic effect of jasmine oil stimulates the release of certain hormones in the body, including serotonin, which results in the boost of energy and the uplifted mood.

12. Natural Aphrodisiac.

Jasmine has been used to enhance libido since time immemorial. It relaxes the person completely, unlocking the sexual inhibitions. It also helps cure problems such as premature ejaculation, frigidity, impotency, and various other sexual disorders.

13. Cicatrisant.

Don’t worried about the scar marks and after spots left by boils, acne, or other wounds. Since it is a cicatrisant, it can help fade those scar marks and after spots. It can also help you eliminate the fat cracks that often happen in pregnant mothers.

14. Anti-Cancerous Agent.

Numerous studies conducted on this flower suggest that it is known for its anti-cancerous and cytotoxic activities, both of which can help in easing and preventing cancer. If we look into the past, we can see that the flowers, as well as leaves of jasmine, have been used to shield women from breast cancer

15. Eases Spasms.

Jasmine is a natural antispasmodic agent; it can be used to ease painful conditions such as congestion, cough, asthma, and spasmodic cholera. It relieves spasms, alleviating the pain experienced under such conditions

16. Alleviates Pain And Inflammation.

Suffering from a headache or a backache? Prepare a delicious hot bath and rub your body with our natural Jasmine homemade soap! Yes, it heals, and it is a proven grandma’s home remedy for different kinds of pains and aches, including those from arthritis and rheumatism. Jasmine, along with its anti-inflammatory properties, also possesses anesthetic properties, which helps in faster recovery from painful inflammatory conditions.

17. Eases Cough And Cold.

The oil extracted from jasmine flowers is a natural expectorant. This clears the phlegm accumulated in your respiratory tracts during cold and cough, giving you a good night’s sleep

Jasmine also provides quick relief from spasmodic coughs, cramps, congestion, asthma, breathlessness and even spasmodic cholera.

18. Natural Remedy For Snoring.

The expectorant property of Jasmine oil can be a natural cure for snoring. Sniffing the flower or oil eases the throat, widens the air passage, and keeps snoring at bay. Thanks to this wonderful flower, you can now have a sound sleep.

19. Sleep Aid.

A combination of jasmine essential oil’s properties makes it an ideal tool for inducing long, restful, and undisturbed sleep. Its behavior as an expectorant, sedative, and antispasmodic creates the best situation for falling asleep and staying asleep for the entire night. By reducing signs of insomnia and sleeplessness, you will be well-rested and productive at work and in your personal life again.

A Few Words of Caution: Pregnant women, before they are at the actual birthing process, should avoid using this oil since it is an emmenagogue. It is highly relaxing and sedating and thus heavy doses should be avoided. Again, those who are allergic to Jasmine should avoid using it, as with any essential oil made from a known allergen.

Try our aromatic Jasmine natural homemade soap, and take care of your skin with the sensitivity of a flower.


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