Jasmine can be beneficial to be both massaged and inhaled as it can soothe overworked and stressed bodies and it can help open up the lungs when inhaled.
Jasmine contains both therapeutic and fragrant characteristics that is known for enhancing a romantic tone in each atmosphere it is placed. Perfumeries around the world swear by it in their mix adding to the phrase ‘No jasmine, no perfume’. Jasmine’s power can lend more to the emotional realm of things and is thought to bring about optimism, confidence and an over-all sense of well-being. Overall it sets a peaceful and loving tone that lingers in the air.
Not recommended during pregnancy as it may strengthen uterine contractions, so is only useful at the end of pregnancy while in labour. It might cause skin irritation, so use in low dilution when applying to the skin such as with massage oils and in the bath.Safety PDF