NIGHT BLOOMING JASMINE Essential Oil | Sustainably Cultivated

$ 165

Jasminum officinale, var. sambac

Jasmine, with her mysterious sultry aroma, is the foremost of all perfumes. Masters of the art of perfume have said, “No Jasmine, no perfume.” Like all floral scents, Jasmine can awaken feelings that have long been forgotten — sentiments that can often reopen a heart protecting itself from the painful stresses of life.

Jasmine’s particular gifts lie in the subtle realm. In India the Night Blooming Jasmine is called Mugra, Night Queen, who brings joy to the heart and soul with her exotic sweetness. Her creamy white flowers are made into garlands for festivities, offered to deities in temples, and hung over the beds of lovers. This precious treasure is believed to bring confidence, optimism and feelings of euphoria.

Ayurveda describes Jasmine oil as sweet, cooling, and tridoshic, meaning it benefits all body types. When used therapeutically, such as during marma point therapy, the oil is said to be nourishing to the tissues and strengthening to the nervous system. Inhaled, Jasmine is beneficial to the lungs. Massaged on, Jasmine is soothing to overworked and uncomfortable bodies. It is a gentle toner of upset or reddened skin and can be used to support fresh, glowing complexions. Recent scientific studies have found that Jasmine’s aroma produces a stimulating effect on the mind and can significantly increase mental alertness and joy. 

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  • Perfumery Note: middle to base
  • Odor: warmly floral, rich, masculine + musky, waxy-herbaceous, oily-fruity with
    tea-like undertones
  • Strength of Initial Aroma: medium to strong, diffusive
  • Blends Well With: florals like Rose, Dawn Blooming Jasmine, Lavender, Clary Sage and Ylang-ylang; all citrus, especially Bergamot; also Frankincense
    and Sandalwood
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Night Blooming Jasmine

Night Blooming Jasmine flower buds open around 11 PM, releasing their fragrance at night. One of the most costly oils, it takes over 8 million Jasmine blossoms to produce 1 kg of absolute oil. Each blossom must be carefully harvested by hand so as not to bruise the flower, since bruised flowers will produce unpleasant fragrance notes in the finished oil.


Eco-Projects in India

Our selection of essential oils from India are pure, wild-harvested and ethically sourced - and play an important role in economic improvement in rural agricultural areas. Produced in geographically and ecologically diverse regions, our selection ranges from luscious herbs from the tropics to high-altitude plants from the Himalayas, and more.


Eco-Projects in India

As unique high-value crops, plants used for essential oil production Include aromatic grasses, medicinals, exotic flowers and more. These oils represent the opportunity to continue long traditions of agrarian culture that are increasingly being lost to modernization. Many of the Indian oils also represent protection of threatened and endangered species as well as preservation of unique ecosystems. These oils are success stories of long-term botanical sustainability.

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