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Lovely Jasmine

Updated on October 25, 2015

Delicate Jasmine flower

All over the world

The Jasmine plant used in essential oils is a lovely climbing vine that has oval shiny leaves and blossoms of white flowers. The vines are native to Africa, Australia and Southeast Asia but the alluring fragrance and visual appeal became so popular that the Jasmine plant is now grown all over the world.

Unfortunately, the lovely, delicate flower is difficult to extract oil from through the usual steam method. Manufacturers have a special method they use to extract the oils from the flowers, making this essential oil expensive. In fact, many people find the oil so expensive that they prefer to grow their own Jasmine plant to obtain the aroma.

Sweet Aroma

The sweet floral aroma of the Jasmine essential oil offers quite a few benefits. From easing feelings of being overwhelmed and stressed to just needing some inner grounding, lovely Jasmine is there to help and there are several ways to easily incorporate this aroma into your life and home. Simply place a few drops in a diffuser and you can relax and achieve an inner warmth feeling. This oil can easily be taken to the next level by blending with other oils such as;

  1. Sandalwood
  2. Lemongrass
  3. Geranium
  4. Rose
  5. Patchouli

For a quick romantic setting, blend 1 drop of Jasmine oil, 1 drop of patchouli oil and 1 drop of wild orange oil. Place in a diffuser and turn the lights down low. There are also ways to use Jasmine essential oil for an evening bath to soothe your soul and calm your stress from a hectic day.


Soak it away milk bath

  • 3 drops Jasmine, Essential Oil
  • 6 drops Lavender, Essential Oil
  • 2 drops Clary Sage, Essential Oil
  • 1 drop Bergamot, Essential Oil
  • 3 ounces Milk, Whole Milk


  1. Mix all ingredients together
  2. Add to warm bath and enjoy
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If baths are not your thing...

You may prefer a massage oil. Add 12 drops of Jasmine essential oil to 3 ounces of sweet almond oil for a quick massaging oil that smells delightful, you can also add a dab to your pulse points to enjoy the aroma and the aroma will also soothe any nervousness you may have.

Never forget to read labels on any essential oil you want to try.


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