Jasmine Sambac Extra

Jasmine Sambac Extra
Botanical Name: Jasminum var sambac  L.
Country of Origin: India
Family: Oleaceae
Method of Extraction: Solvent Extraction Alcohol
Plant Material Used: Flowers (known as Chameli or Chambeli) 1

CAS No: 91770-14-8
Flash Point: 84 degrees C

Appearance: a viscous, very dark orange or chocolate  brown liquid. 
Odor: extremely rich and tenacious body, sweet flowery and exotic. Slightly heady.

Synonyms: mogra

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Known as the 'Queen of the Night'. The sweet, erotic scent of the blossoms open in the very early morning hours. The jasmine season begins at the end of July, the perfume of this flower is both exquisite and so fragile.

According to Holmes & Mojay they describe Jasmine as having 'yang' qualities. In terms of TCM, this means that it is used to dispel cold and generate warmth. The fragrance of jasmine has been said to diminish fear, helpful in enhancing self-confidence and defeating pessimism.

According to Worwood, she has described the female jasmine personality as the passionate seductress, gentle and charismatic, bewitching all those who come into her presence. The male jasmine personality is equally charming, charismatic and at ease with his femininity. Jasmine personalities are joyful, happy people, comfortable with themselves.

Jasmine is a valuable when used for depression and calming to the nerves, warming to the emotions. 

Please note:
Precaution: Not to be used during pregnancy UNTIL about to give birth, Jasmine assists in easing the labor.

Uses:
Perfumery & Cosmetics, soaps

Blends well:
Bergamot, frankincense, geranium, Sweet Orange, Rose, Sandalwood.

Caution:
External use ONLY.
Do NOT use undiluted on the skin.
Keep away from children & pets.
Store away from heat & light

Ref:
Arctander, S. Perfume and Flavors of Natural Origin. 1 (page 310)
Sellar, W, The Directory of Essential Oils  
Mojay, G. Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit.
Worwood, V. The Fragrant Mind.
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Country of Origin: France
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Part of plant processed : leaves 

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Flash Point: >100 C

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Family: Violaceae
Country of Origin: Egypt
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Country of Origin: India
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Extraction Method: Steam Distillation
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Flash Point: > 100 degrees C (>212 F)

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Color: Pale, Slightly viscous, yellow liquid
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