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Health benefits of jasmine essential oil – facilitates lactation

The health benefits of jasmine essential oil can be attributed to its properties as a uterine, sedative, parturient, emmenagogue, galactagogue, expectorant, cicatrisant, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, antiseptic and antidepressant substance. This essential oil is extracted from the flowers of Jasmine which has many scientific name such as Jasminum Officinale (Common Jasmine) and Jasminum Grandiflora (Royal Jasmine). The jasmine essential oil is extracted mainly from the latter variety. The main components of jasmine essential oil Phytol, Isohytol, Nerolidol, Gamma Terpineol, Nerol, P – Cresol, Methyl Anthranilate, Linalool, Geraniol, Farnesol, Eugenol, Ceosol, Cis – Jasmone, Cis – 3 – Hexenyl Benzoate, Benzyl Benzoate, Indole, Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Acetate, Benzaldehyde and Benzoic Acid. Jasmine is a very famous flavor. It has strong yet sweet pleasing and romantic fragrance and this is one of the most common flowers that bloom only at night. There are many girls named “Jasmine”, particularly in the Indian Subcontinent and Middle Eastern region but also in other parts of the world. Pregnant women, before they are at the actual birthing process, should avoid using jasmine essential oil because it is emmenagogue. It is highly sedating and relaxing and also heavy doses should be avoided. Also people who are allergic to jasmine should avoid it.

Health benefits of jasmine essential oil

Protects the uterus: The jasmine essential oil is good for the uterine health because it tones the uterus and it can promote the secretion of certain hormones which can ensure proper functioning and good health of this organ. Also it can protect the uterus from tumors, particularly after menopause, by restricting the flow of estrogen.

 Sedative effect: It can calm down your body, soul and mind while bringing forth positive and constructive emotions. It will give you a relief from depression, anger, annoyance, stress, anxiety as well as from inflammations of all sorts, which can affect pain and mood throughout the body. Although further research must still be conducted, these anti – inflammatory and sedative are also associated with discomfort and pain of gout and arthritis.

Treats spasms: This essential oil is very effective for relaxing and treating spasms. It can give a quick relief from the spasmodic coughs, breathlessness, asthma, congestions, cramps and even spasmodic cholera. It can alleviate intestinal cramps and pain from spasms in other parts of our bodies. Spasms can be disruptive, dangerous and even deadly, so any substance which can alleviate this serious condition quickly should be respected.

jasmine essential oil benefits

jasmine essential oil benefits

Promotes and eases childbirth: This essential oil can facilitate and ease the birthing process and it can reduce the labor pains. There are many studies in which is shown that the mentioned health benefit of this essential oil can be very beneficial in today’s world when the most cases are handled with Caesarian sections and the normal delivery is rare. Women who use jasmine essential oil can find that the recovery process is less painful and the post – natal period is also shorter. Also it can strengthen contractions and shorten the time to deliver a baby. It is known that at this period, many women are suffering from post – partum depression, but the jasmine essential oil can combat this tragic condition because it has uplifting and antidepressant properties.

Facilitates lactation: It is known fact that the jasmine essential oil can increase the milk secretion from breasts and this is a reason why it is good for lactating mothers and their new babies. The mentioned health benefit of jasmine essential oil can also protect from breast tumor and cancer.

Skin care: This essential oil has been associated with skin care, particularly in terms of treating dehydrated, brittle and dry skin. Also it has certain non – sensitizing effects, it is not always pleasant to use on open or cracked wounds on the skin because it can cause irritation or allergic reaction. This essential oil is still frequently used for the treatment of dermatitis and eczema.

Pardhan Singh
Pardhan Singh
A seasoned natural therapist with degree in Ayurvedic Medicine (BAMS) successful in treating various diseases through Ayurvedic treatments. You can contact Pradhan at [email protected]


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