Jasminumgrandiflorum or the Jasmine is a plant that belongs to the Oleaceae family. With more than 200 species spread all around the world this beautiful plant is native to tropical and temperate areas of the so called Old World. This deciduous shrub can reach up to 4 m in height having small delicate white flowers spreading its famous and sweet scent all around it. It is widely cultivated both for its fragrance for the perfumery industry as well as for decorative purposes. A garden with jasmine flowers on fences or walls can bringa portion of Paradise closer to your home.
Being reddish brown in color this attar is one of the top substances that blends well with the sandalwood essential oil resulting in an inimitable exotic floral aroma that easily stands out from all the others. Even its second name of "King of flowers" underlines the exact same thing.
Producers use the hydro-distillation method to extract this attar by using the blossoms of the plant.
The Indian white Sandalwood essential oil together with the essential oil from the jasmine flower join forces in order to deliver this remarkable attar. There are very few attars that manage to obtain such a well-balanced mixture among fragrances.
Medicinal use: the association of Jasmine and Sandalwood deliver an extremely beneficial combination that invites to relaxation having positive outcomes in treating depression, stress and insomnia. Pregnant women should ask for the expert advice of a physician before using this type of products.
Cosmetic: Due to the fact that this attar is so precious, the perfume industry is using it and promoting extensively. This is why we can find the miraculous scent of this attar in many body-care products, many high-quality perfumes using it as the main note.