- Chinese Name Mo Li Hua 茉莉花
- Latin Name Jasminum sambac (L.) Ait
- Other Names Flos Jasminum Officinale; Arabian Jasmine Flower; Jessamine; Common White Jasmine
- Used Part Flower
- Specification Powdered Extract
Jasmine Flower Extract Powder
Jasmine flower originated from Iran (formerly known as Persia). It has been planted in China mainland for more than 1700 years; it is said that this flower was brought to China during Tang Dynasty through the Silk Road.
Jasmine as Moisturizer for Skin Care
The applications of lotions made from jasmine flowers to skin problems like sunburns and rashes have been widely noted.
The juices of the flower are said to moisturizes the skin and restores elasticity, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and giving the skin a healthier look and feel.
Jasmine as Sedative for Relaxation
The largest usage of jasmine can be found in aromatherapy. In this field, jasmine is said to have a calming, relaxing effect. In addition, the scent of the flower is said to help sufferers of depression find relief.
Jasmine as Aphrodisiac for Sexual Desire
Historically, Jasmine flower has been reputed to be an aphrodisiac, and is said to have a marked effect on frigidity and impotence.
Jasmine is said to restore optimism and confidence in addition to mental energy and vitality.
Jasmine tea contains benzoic acetate, linalool, indole and jasmon, all of which are used to make aphrodisiacs. Jasmine is better than other stimulants because these compounds occur in the plant naturally.
In fact, in India jasmine is said to be such a good aphrodisiac, that the bride and groom’s bedroom are decorated with it for their wedding night.
Other Health Benefits of Jasmine Tea
- Liver disease
- Sunburns and Rashes
- Sexual Problems
- Heat Exhaustion and Sunstroke
- Stomach Pain
- Uterine Problems
- Cancer treatment
Alpha-terpineol, Benzaldehyde, Benzoic acid, Benzyl acetate, Benzyl alcohol, Eugenol, Farnesol, Geraniol, Jasmone, Llinalyl acetate, Nerolidol, Salicylic acid, Vanillin.
Quality & Plant Origin
Our Jasmine flower is organically cultivated in Heng County (Heng-xian) at Guangxi province where is has the widest and renowned jasmine garden in China. Our Jasmine Extract is extracted by purified water at least at 10:1 concentration (10 times more potent than whole herb). without ever having touched a drop of non-water solvent, with great original flavor and color.
Taste Sweet, Acrid
Organ Meridians Spleen, Liver, Stomach
• Regulates the flow of Qi, harmonizes the Spleen and Stomach and discharges filth
– Abdominal pain due to diarrhea, ulcerative stomatitis, ulcers
– Liver Qi Stagnation, hepatitis
• Resolves depression
– Nervous debility