|Delivery time:||1-3 days|
Jasmine has a long and rich history. In Ayurveda jasmine is already used for thousands of years. Buddhist monks gathered jasmine leaves and roots to heal burns. From the jasmine flowers they made a refreshing infusion for the eyes. The Greek physician Dioscorides shared the information that the Persians made an jasmin oil from the small white flowers which they used to disinfect their living space and as a perfume. In China, the jasmine flowers are traditionally used in the treatment of hepatitis and dysentery. Dried flowers are also used in jasmine tea.
Jasmine is associated with the moon and is said to receive their energy from the moon. Jasmine oil has the power to let physical love rise above themselves. Jasmine stimulates artistry. For some it refers to their own creativity, for others it means that they are more receptive to visual beauty, music, etc. Put a few drops of jasmine oil on the aroma lamp to meditate. Jasmine oil works on the heart chakra, solar plexus chakra and base chakra. Jasmine flowers are offered to the Indian gods Shiva and Genesha.
contra-indication: Use only in small quantities. May cause an allergic reaction when jasmine oil is used undiluted on the skin. Do not use during pregnancy. Jasmine oil however can be used as a birth assistant. Do not use in children under 6 years.
Contents 6 ml