Jasmine (Jasminum officinale) is a flowery shrub containing white or yellow flowers. The shrub has a ramified crown, angular green long twigs, obtuse flowers and it is cultivated as a decorative plant (Jasminum fretticans), or for its industrial and medicinal uses. The flowers can be small or large, white with a nice perfume that increases in strength in the evening. Jasmine grows quickly. It can grow in the shade, but it grows better in sunny and breezy areas.
Usage and function:
The flower has the power to eliminate the stress and depression, and it can help regain self-confidence. It is used in biotherapy and perfume industry. And it‘s greatly known in improvement of digestion, adjuvant in the toxins elimination and the loose of weight. They also help the acceleration of metabolism, they improve the blood circulation and it is commonly known their aphrodisiac effect.
1. Jasmine tea: The jasmine tea is known by the majority of nutritionists as being an adjuvant in losing weight. The jasmine tea does not have any energizing properties like the green tea, but it has sedative properties and it can regulate blood circulation and arterial tension. Combined with green tea, it will offer powerful tonic and energetic results. Also it helps an organism relax and regain its strength in the stress or physically and psychic overworking periods.
2. Jasmine oil: The adepts of the aromatherapy use this jasmine oil in combination with drops of ylang ylang oil. This mixture helps regaining the healthy state of mind and body.