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The Vibrations of Jasmine Essential Oil

Jasmine oil has a rich, warm, floral, tea-like vibration to its aroma; this popular oil is used in romantic fragrances, including Chanel No. 5, in alcohol, sweets, and dessert ingredients. The jasmine oil we carry is jasmine sambac, also known as Arabian jasmine, which is sweet, musky, and sultry, but there are other jasmine oils, such as grandiflorum with a softer, more floral, fresh, and green scent. Jasmines' vibration has been said to act as an aphrodisiac, while many use it for aromatherapy because it promotes relaxation.

Variations of Jasmines Vibration:

Jasmine oil come has a few different variations and can be used to create various types of vibrational impressions. These variations include:

  • Jasmine Sambac: has a strong and slightly fruity aroma

  • Jasmine Grandiflorum: has a sweet and rich aroma

  • Jasmine Auriculatum: has a sweet, floral, and slightly spicy aroma

  • Jasmine Absolute: has a distinctive, exotic floral aroma

  • Synthetic Jasmine: created with chemical compounds to mimic the scent of natural jasmine but less potent, complex, and long-lasting

Our Jasmine Absolute (Sambac), called Jasmine Sambac Essential Oil, is extracted from the tiny, delicate blossoms of the Jasminum sambac (Night-Blooming Jasmine) shrub growing in India. The vibrations of this oil are an incredibly floral, sensual, sweet, and tenacious aroma with a deep richness and a somewhat musky and coumarin-like undertone. Only a hint of this precious oil is needed to impart elegance, balance, and smoothness to perfume creations.

One of the significant aspects of Jasmine Sambac flowers is that they open at night to release their sensual scent. The delicate jasmine blossoms are handpicked at night or early morning before sunrise, yielding the highest essential oil concentration possible during distillation. The blossoms must be carefully harvested by hand not to bruise the flower, as bruised flowers will produce unpleasant fragrance notes in the absolute.

Vibrational Uses for this oil include:
  • Balancing and calming,

  • The quintessential vibration enhances romantic moods

  • Exotic, vibrationally appealing

  • Therapeutic and fragrant vibrations are almost impossible to find elsewhere in the plant kingdom.

  • Powerful vibration as an aphrodisiac and an ideal in natural perfumery used for a greener, lighter, and fresher aroma.

  • Jasmine sambacs vibrations are a bit more tenacious than Jasminum grandiflorum.

  • Excellent for skin support, as it rejuvenates and nourishes the skin. Jasmine has been used centuries to alleviate and pamper dry, chapped skin. Increase the skin's elasticity, prevent scarring, and heal skin irritations.

  • Relieve stress and calm bronchial spasms.

Blends Well With:

Citrus oils include Bergamot, Clary Sage, Copaiba Balsam, Coriander Seed, Frankincense Carteri, Ginger Root CO2, Petitgrain, Rose Absolute, Sandalwood Australian, Vanilla CO2, Vanilla Oleoresin and Ylang Ylang.


Date Night Vibrational Massage Oil

  • 5 drops sweet orange

  • 2 drops davana

  • 1 drop jasmine

  • 1 drop sandalwood

  • 1 drop vanilla

  • 1-ounce jojoba

Add all your ingredients in a 30ml bottle and tune into the vibrations you'd like to transpire but mainly work with your partner by giving them a nice massage and back rub.

Diffuser Sex Drive Vibration Blend

Place your vibrational oils into our diffuser, making sure your following the diffuser safety guidelines. Diffuse with your partner and see what unfolds.

For more oil vibrations, subscribe and comment if you've used this oil, whether you like it or not. Would you like us to carry the other jasmine oils? Comment and let us know.



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