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|BOTANICAL NAME||ORIGIN||CULTIVATION||METHOD OF EXTRACTION||SOURCE||NOTE||SOLUBILITY|
|Jasminum grandiflorum L.||Canada||Solvent Extraction||Flowers||Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.|
Flowers are not only regarded for their appealing fragrance and beauty. It is also widely used for making essential oils and various dilutions like Jasmine grandiflorum 3% dilution in jojoba oil. Get this oil in the purest form under the right packaging service with Aromaaz International.Botany
Botanically known as Jasminum grandiflorum L, it is a shrub which has delicate white flowers. It takes a massive amount of jasmine flowers to make the 3% of extraction. The flower is native to Egypt. To make the finest dilution, jojoba oil is mixed in the 97% proportion to harness the finest properties.Overview of Jasmine Grandiflorum 3% Dilution in Jojoba Oil
The flower produces more fragrance during night and that is why it is harvested at that time. Jasmine contains benzylacetate, benzyl alcohol, isamone, eugenol and farnesol. It is known for its sweet fragrance. The dilution can be applied directly on the skin for the better result.Benefits of Jasminum grandiflorum L.
• Due to its sweet and strong aroma, it is used in many perfumes, soaps and shampoo making.
• Applying it directly on the skin, gives a feeling of relaxation.
• At the time of tensions and anxiety, it is used to sooth down the aggressive hormones.
• It can be a great help during the time of depression and anxiety.
The oil can be used by anyone. However it is always recommended to make distance from the pregnant and lactating women. It can harm their womb and baby.