This jasmine absolute (sambac) is solvent extracted from the delicate white blossoms of the deciduous jasmine shrub that are grown and hand-picked in India. These blossoms are harvested during early morning, before the sun rises, in order to yield the highest essential oil concentration possible during distillation, in order to yield the highest essential oil concentration possible during distillation. We love using this absolute to help usher balance and calm to the mind, body, and spirit.
The small, incredibly fragrant blossoms of the Jasminum sambac plant create a sensual, sweet, fresh, incredibly floral, slightly herbaceous absolute. Along with helping to provide balance and calm, jasmine absolute is a lovely oil for skin support and is often used to rejuvenate and nourish the skin. This absolute is so lovely in a facial toner, facial mask, bath salt blend, or salt scrub recipe. You can also add a drop or two to lotion, shampoo, or other natural skin care products. Jasmine absolute can help manage minor pain and inflammation and help reduce the presence of unwanted bacterial activity. While this jasmine absolute can also be used during labor and delivery, although some feel that the aroma of jasmine sambac absolute could inhibit breast milk production. This absolute can also help ease uninvited muscle spasms and help provide soothing relief from voice hoarseness and laryngitis. Emotionally and energetically, jasmine absolute is nourishing and balancing. This is such a lovely absolute to use when working to manage situational anxiety or depression. Jasmine absolute can help increase confidence, improve motivation, release unwanted inhibitions, and promote feelings of optimism.
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Emotional and Energetic Qualities
Relieves depression associated with emotional repression
Supports comfort within oneself
Produces a feeling of optimism
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It may produce allergic reaction to people with fragrance-sensitive dermatitis. Tisserand suggests maximum dermal use of 0.7%. Jasmine absolute is frequently adulterated, so it’s important to know your source well.
The suggested shelf life is 5 years.
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