Traditionally used by qualified aromatherapists in the final stages of labour to induce childbirth. It strengthens contractions and assists with pain levels.
It is effective in post-natal depression and promotes the flow of breast milk.
Used in diffusers for working with addiction problems and lifting depression.
Recognised to help with sexual problems such as impotence, premature ejaculation and low libido.
The name Jasmine is derived from the Persian word 'yasmin'. Used medicinally in India, China and throughout the Middle-East, it has had a large status in rituals and ceremonial rites for centuries. In Turkey, the wood is used for making rope stems. In China, Jasmine tea is a firm favourite.