Jasmine (Sambac) Absolute

Botanical Name:
Jasminium sambac
Country of Origin:
India
Plant Part:
Flower
Distillation Method:
Solvent
Cultivation:
Naturally Grown
Overall Profile
Esters
45.54%
Monoterpenols
31.84%
Sesquiterpenes
20.15%
Primary Constituents
alpha farnesene
18.43%
benzyl benzoate
14.55%
linalool
11.42%
benzyl alcohol
10.12%
benzyl acetate
9.3%
  • 4oz -
    $670.16
  • 1oz -
    $252.81
  • 8oz -
    $1,338.56
  • 16oz -
    $2,675.88
  • 1Kg -
    $5,568.16
  • Sample -
    $2.50
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Wholesale Pure Sambac Jasmine Absolute Oil

100% pure Jasmine absolute, from Jasmine sambac flowers grown in India. This is an extremely beautiful Jasmine variety with sweet floral notes, unique and highly recommended. Our Sambac Jasmine Oil is available from sample size up to 1 kg or more and is of the highest therapeutic quality.

ABOUT THE PLANT

There are many species of Jasmine; up to 42 species have been recorded in India alone. Sometimes referred to as ' Mogra', this variety of Jasmine is an evergreen shrub native to southern India.

ABOUT THE OIL

This Jasmine essential oil is an absolute produced from pressed blossoms naturally grown in India. It typically takes approximately 1000 pounds (3.6 million blossoms) to produce one pound of Jasmine oil. These blossoms are handpicked before sunrise, and kept moist and cool to preserve their delicate scent.

Aromatherapy Notes

This Jasmine oil is a light orange-brown, somewhat-viscous liquid with a warm, floral top note, a deeply sweet and black cherry-like middle note that mingles with black tea-like undertones. We also carry the grandiflorum varietal that has a deeper, earthier scent.

Traditional Uses

The sambac varietal of Jasmine has been used for centuries in Chinese medicine to cure conjunctivitis, dysentery, skin ulcers and various forms of tumors. In western practice, the essential oil has been used predominantly during childbirth. Since antiquity, Jasmine has been used in religious ceremonies and for personl adornment. In China, Jasmine symbolizes the the sweetness of woman and dried Jasmine sambac flowers are used as an ingredient in Chinese jasmine tea. In India, Jasmine is equated with divine hope.

Therapeutic Properties Described in the Aromatherapy Literature

Analgesic (mild), Antidepressant, Anti-inflammatory, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Aphrodisiac, Carminative, Cicatrisant, Expectorant, Galactagogue, Parturient, Sedative, Uterine tonic.

Jasmine sambac has the same therapeutic effects as the grandiflorum variety, yet it is the most highly valued in aromatherapy for its euphoric, sensual qualities. Long considered an aphrodisiac oil, it also eases any fear, vulnerability, or anxiety that could be preventing an open heart and mind.

Application and Use

Safety

Generally considered non-toxic and a non-irritant and non-sensitizing, Jasmine absolute has compounds that can be allergenic, therefore always test a small amount first for sensitivity or reaction. Ingestion is recognized as safe in correct dosages by the food and drug association in the United States, however consultation with a physician prior to use is recommended for therapeutic use, especially if pregnant or breast feeding.