Therapeutic Actions: Antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, galactagogue, parturient, sedative, uterine.
Nervous system – The therapeutic value of jasmine oil is inseparable from the exquisite, comforting sweetness of its aroma and the effect it has on the mind and emotions. Jasmine is considered one of the most effective essential oils for nervous anxiety, restlessness and depression.
Reproductive System – One of the most useful oils to use during childbirth. Can also be used to relieve spasms of the uterus and delayed and painful menstruation.
Jasmine is predominantly indicated for problems associated with the emotions. The fragrance of jasmine diminishes fear, it is helpful in enhancing self-confidence and defeating pessimism. Jasmine personalities are the passionate seductress, gentle and charismatic, bewitching all who come into her presence.
Jasmine has been described as having Yang Qualities. In terms of TCM, this means that it is used to dispel cold and generate warmth. Jasmine is a depression fighter, equal to Melissa, basil and ylang. However, jasmine acts best on depression of the yang deficiency. This includes symptoms such as apathy, chilliness, fatigue, weakness and restlessness.
Jasmine releases inhibition, liberates imagination, develops exhilarating playfulness and has the power to transcend physical love, fully releasing male and female sexual energy.
Sweet Surrender, Goddess