Aromatherapy & Home Uses
Circulation, Muscles, and Joints: Muscular spasm, sprains.
Genito-Urinary System: Dysmenorrhea, frigidity, labor pains, uterine disorders.
Nervous System: Depression, nervous exhaustion, and stress-related conditions. It produces feelings of optimism, confidence and euphoria. It is most useful in cases where there is apathy, indifference or listlessness.
Skin Care: Dry, greasy, irritated, sensitive skin.
Suggested Usage (10 years & up)
- Add 10-15 drops to ½ cup bath salts and mix into warm bath water to assist and help support your body with addiction, lifting postnatal depression, relaxation, easing muscle pain, soothing coughs, and reducing tension and nervousness.
- Diffuse 10-12 drops in a cool mist Essential Oil diffuser.
- Place 1-2 drops on a tissue, cotton ball, or in the palms of the hands and inhale.
- Mix 20 drops with 4 ounces of distilled water in a cobalt blue glass or PET plastic bottle, shake well and mist into the environment as desired.
- 1-3 drops in 1 ounce of carrier oil is wonderful for massages during the last month of pregnancy. It assists with relieving a backache; simply massage the painful area.
- Jasmine Essential Oil can be used in a cream or lotion for dry or sensitive skin, as well as to help reduce stretch marks and other scars.
- Roll on to create a stand-alone scent or use as a base for your own signature designer scent.
- Jasmine has traditionally been used as a birthing oil as it is said to ‘warm the womb’ and facilitate the birth. Apply it to the lower back and on the uterus acupressure point on the feet during labor. Note: Use only the last two weeks before delivery.
- Non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing.
- Jasmine Essential Oil should never be taken internally due to its solvent extraction.
- Keep out of reach of children and pets.
- Store away from sunlight, at room temperature, with the lid securely tightened.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
* Information provided by Dr. Andrea Hillstad. For more information on Dr. Andrea, you can visit her website here.