Jasmine Flowers Whole - 1 ounce Jasminum Odoratissimum
Jasmine Flowers Whole - 1 ounce of Jasminum Odoratissimum flowers. You will get 1 oz of dried whole jasmine flowers.
Photochemical Contents of Jasmine:
Jasmine flower is a rich source of volatile oil, indol and jasminol. The plant also contains linalol, triterpenes, benzyl-acetate, jasmone, resin, glycoside, phenols, alkaloid, salicylic acid, terpenoids, jasminine, tannin, saponins and flavonoids.
Health benefits of jasmine flowers:
Weight Loss & Energy:
Jasmine flower tea is also advantageous for those that are looking to lose weight as well. This is because drinking this particular tea increases the rate of the metabolism as well as leaves the drinker feeling more energetic, which is great for weight loss. Furthermore, drinking this tea can result in less fat and cholesterol absorption in the body. Since this particular tea has a good taste to it already, there usually isn't any need to add any extra sugar or milk to it, making it a little better than other herbal teas that have a less adequate taste.
Stress Relief & Aromatherapy:
One of the most prominent uses for jasmine tea is its ability to give off an herbal, floral, scent that is both soothing and sedative in nature. This can relieve stress, feelings of depression, anxiety, and tension. This is particularly useful for women going through menopause as well since it can help ease related symptoms such as dizziness, hot flashes, pains, lack of sleep, and headaches.
Jasmine flowers can be soaked overnight in water and used as an eyewash. The dried flowers can also be decocted and used as eyewash during swelling, inflammation and reddening of the eye.
Jasmine flowers can be soaked in alcohol extract or oil and then used for treating rheumatism.
Treatment of Gastrointestinal Diseases
Jasmine plant can be decocted and used for tackling gastrointestinal diseases such as stomach ache, dysentery and diarrhea.
Treatment of Constipation
Sulaiman et al., (2012) report that the flowers, roots and leaves of jasmine plant can be used for preparing herbal medicines for treating and preventing constipation and flatulence.
Other Important Benefits
The essential oils that are found in jasmine flower tea can offer soothing relief for a sore throat as well as reduce symptoms from the common cold and flu. Other oils such as indole and jasmon not only help to soothe and relax the body, they also give this tea useful aphrodisiac properties as well. Drinking jasmine tea can also improve blood circulation, leaving less chance for blood clots. With all the wonderful benefits that this aromatic tea has to give, it’s no wonder it’s become one of the most popular teas offered.
Jasmine is analgesic, antidepressant, antiseptic, expectorant, aphrodisiac, sedative, stomachic, diuretic, depurative, astringent, stimulating, anti-oxidizing, anthelmintic and anti-inflammatory in nature. Furthermore, there are other numerous advantages this amazing plant offers to humanity. These benefits have been attributed to its phytochemical, medicinal and pharmacological properties.
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