Jasmine Essential Oil (Jasminum officinale)


Jasmine may also be referred to as Common Jasmine, Poet's Jasmine, True Jasmine.


Jasmine oil comes from the flowers of the Jasminum officinale plant. It has a sweet scent. The scent of jasmine flowers has long been associated with love and romance due to its sensual and nurturing fragrance and delicate pale flower petals. Jasmine is known for its ability to boost the libido in both men and women. It’s also been used for centuries to aid in childbirth to reduce labor pains, and to treat post-partum depression. It is one of the best essential oils to treat depression with its sustaining and uplifting scent.

Essential Facts

  • Aroma Description:

    Exotic Floral Sweet

  • Common Name(s): Common Jasmine, Poet's Jasmine, True Jasmine
  • Botanical Family: Oleaceae
  • Botanical Genus: Jasminum
  • Perfumery Note: Middle
  • Countries of Production: Egypt, Morocco, and India
  • Indigenous Country: Persia, Kashmir
  • Vegan Vegan
  • Not Pregnancy Safe Not recommended or safe if pregnant or nursing

Essential Details

Usage Tips:

Usage tips for Jasmine:

  • Add a few drops to a carrier oil to help sooth dry skin and eczema and to help lighten the appearance of scars
  • Combine with a carrier oil and apply to pulse points to boost the libido in both men and women
  • Add a few drops to a diffuser to help relieve nervousness and restlessness

Cautions & Safety

Cautions when using Jasmine:

Don't use jasmine oil during pregnancy.

Safety Precautions for Jasmine:

External use only. Do not use undiluted. Avoid eye area and if epileptic or pregnant. Information provided does not substitute for professional advice and care.