Botanical source: Jasminum sambac
Plant part used: The flower
Production: Cultivated with minimal use of fertilizers
Extraction method: Solvent extract
Of note: This is the type of jasmine flower used in Chinese jasmine tea. It is called pikake in Hawai'i and sampaguita in the Philippines.
Fragrance profile: Cool, sweet-green and sweet-floral with lyrical top notes
Fragrance energy: Floral-sweet and green
Properties: Uplifting, euphoric, calming and cooling
Chinese medicine function: To activate the Qi, nourish the Yin, clear heat and calm the spirit
Complementary blending: Jasmine sambac combines widely with oher oils, especially with other florals and the Camomiles and Blue tansy.
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