Product Technical Information
|Botanical Name||Jasminum Grandiflorum|
|Color & Odor||Light reddish brown liquid with a a smooth, extremely intense floral smell|
|Country of Origin||India, Tamil Nadu|
|Methods of Extraction||Solvent Extraction|
|Solubility||Soluble in alcohol & oil, insoluble in water|
|Specific Gravity||0.910 – 0.980 @ 25 C|
|Refractive Index||1.478 – 1.528 @ 25 C|
|Flash Point||>93.3 °C|
|Optical Rotation||+13.0 – +2.0|
Jasmine grandiflorum is generally called Royal Jasmine or Chameli in Hindi and is also heralded as ‘Queen of Nights’ or ‘Moon Light of Groves’. The species is habitat of South Asia and is described as scrambling shrub which heightens up to 2 m to 4 m tall. Its leaves are opposite, long in pinnate of 5- 11 leaflets. Jasmine flowers are produced in open cymes with white corolla and possess beautiful, delicate and unique scent. These fresh flowers are brought in use for making of absolute of jasmine. It is rich orange- brown colored liquid that is moderately viscous and ejects delightful fragrance.
- Expensive Jasmine grandiflorum absolute is very effective and concentrated;hence it is diluted before use. Absolute is valued for its sedative andbeautiful fragrance. It is used personally for adornment as mood setting agentfor religious ceremonies and feasts.
- Apart from this, Jasmine grandiflorum absolute is widely used in the treatmentof hepatitis as well as it also quells pains and aches associated with livercirrhosis and dysentery. It is beneficial for dry, greasy and oily skin too.
- Jasmine grandiflorum absolute works psychologically. It has effects incalming of nervous anxiety and stress as well as helps in relaxing mind andsupports emotions.