Jasmine—A Scent That Radiates Positivity

Learn More About A Timeless Fragrance  

Sweet, rich, heavenly, and exotic are just a few of the ways to describe the smell of jasmine. A floral scent to make you feel sophisticated, beautiful, strong, fresh, and more alert? Please, hand it over! Get to know one of the oldest scents with a rich history, great benefits, and an aroma you can’t resist.

The History

Originating in the Himalayas and Western China, the Jasmine flower has been beloved for ages. It is now highly used and favored in Thailand, Indonesia, and India. Jasmine comes from Yasmin, an Arabic word meaning fragrant flower, proving the luscious scent. As far back as 960 A.D., the Chinese dynasties used and loved the jasmine flower and all that came with it. This flower and smell began to symbolize kindness, delicacy, and grace, and was believed to attract wealth and romance. The jasmine flowers are also used in Hawaii for leis and symbolic celebratory purposes because of their importance and beauty.

The History

Originating in the Himalayas and Western China, the Jasmine flower has been beloved for ages. It is now highly used and favored in Thailand, Indonesia, and India. Jasmine comes from Yasmin, an Arabic word meaning fragrant flower, proving the luscious scent. As far back as 960 A.D., the Chinese dynasties used and loved the jasmine flower and all that came with it. This flower and smell began to symbolize kindness, delicacy, and grace, and was believed to attract wealth and romance. The jasmine flowers are also used in Hawaii for leis and symbolic celebratory purposes because of their importance and beauty.

The Many Benefits

Aside from being pretty and smelling great, this flower gives us a lot to smile about. Learn about the many ways this fragrance can brighten the dullest days.

Health

Similar to lavender, jasmine can be used as a natural sedative or relaxer, and it can also help to alleviate stress and anxiety. It has been shown to make people feel happy, energetic, and romantic. In fact, it is often used in perfumes and massage oils because it can increase sexual drives and romantic feelings. The scent makes your brain more alert and responsive. Now you know what gift to give that special someone!


Tip: Get a jasmine scented lotion or perfume to fuel your body and mind!

Health

Similar to lavender, jasmine can be used as a natural sedative or relaxer, and it can also help to alleviate stress and anxiety. It has been shown to make people feel happy, energetic, and romantic. In fact, it is often used in perfumes and massage oils because it can increase sexual drives and romantic feelings. The scent makes your brain more alert and responsive. Now you know what to gift for that special someone!


Tip: Get a jasmine scented lotion or perfume to fuel your body and mind!

Culinary

Many people enjoy jasmine tea and using the jasmine flower as decorative or edible baking accessories. Often used in candy, gelatins, frozen desserts, and beverages, eating jasmine definitely brings a fun flavor to the tablewith added benefits. Jasmine has been known to reduce food cravings, so maybe just one scoop of that jasmine ice cream will satisfy your sweet tooth!


Tip: Use the oil and flower on your next dessert to take it up a notch!

Culinary

Many people enjoy jasmine tea and using the jasmine flower as decorative or edible baking accessories. Often used in candy, gelatins, frozen desserts, and beverages, eating jasmine definitely brings a fun flavor to the table--with added benefits. Jasmine has been known to reduce food cravings, so maybe just one scoop of that jasmine ice cream will satisfy your sweet tooth!


Tip: Use the oil and flower on your next dessert to take it up a notch!

Aromatherapy

Along with some of its calming properties, jasmine can be used as an antiseptic to fight forms of bacteria. Jasmine has even been known to help fight a strain of E. coli. Inhaling the smell and drinking it in the form of tea can help to calm the throat and kill bacteria in your body. Studies have also shown that jasmine can help with scarring, especially within the liver, and help in cancer treatmentamazing!


Tip: blend with sandalwood or citrus to make the scent your own, and give you even more energy!

Aromatherapy

Along with some of its calming properties, jasmine can be used as an antiseptic to fight forms of bacteria. Jasmine has even been known to help fight a strain of E. coli. Inhaling the smell and drinking it in the form of tea can help to calm the throat and kill bacteria in your body. Studies have also shown that jasmine can help with scarring, especially within the liver, and help in cancer treatmentamazing!


Tip: blend with sandalwood or citrus to make the scent your own, and give you even more energy!

Whether it’s to welcome in warmer spring days, relieve your brain and make it more alert, or to turn up the heat in your relationship, keeping the sweet and sultry scent of jasmine on hand can do wonders for you and your home. Pura’s Pink Jasmine fragrance is one of the best fragrances to start with, containing hints of fruity pear and the beautiful white blossoms, to bring summer flowing through your space. Try it for yourself in your scent diffuser to see what jasmine can do for you!!!

How will you welcome Summer?

Sources: The Flower Expert, Garden Guides, Healthline, WebMD

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