It most likely originated in Persia or India. Nowadays it is cultivated in Morocco, Egypt, France, Algeria and China. For centuries in India, Egypt and the Middle East, only the upper classes had access to jasmine oil.
The first information about Jasmine comes from the Indian papyri. In India, jasmine is considered a sacred plant, it is even called "moonlight of love", and young girls decorate their hair with it.
The Greeks believed that the Jasmine was given to humans by Athena, the goddess of wisdom.
In 1937, in the Philippine Islands, Jasmine was adopted as a national symbol by a special state decree. Garlands and tiaras of its flowers are considered the most expensive gift with which guests are welcomed.
Filipinos accept Jasmine as the personification of fidelity, purity and love. They call it "sampathiga" which means "I swear to you". Their legend tells of a brave and strong warrior who, before a tough battle, uttered these words to his beloved. The warrior died on the battlefield, and the girl died of grief. A tender and beautiful sampathiga grew on her grave, which the people adopted as their favorite flower.
For ages Jasmine is considered a strong aphrodisiac that has a positive effect on potency and frigidity. Calms the uterus, increases the milk of nursing mothers and Jasmine is one of the main plants used in aromatherapy. It is useful for depression and apathy during menopause, balances the body's water balance in the summer heat.
It is also used as an ointment for very sensitive and dry skin. Some doctors claim that jasmine calms the nerves as well as drugs, but without any side effects.
Jasmine strengthens sleep on hot summer nights. It has a relaxing and relaxing effect, increases concentration and clears the mind. Jasmine oil is considered one of the best natural remedies for stress, depression, anxiety and fatigue.
A plant that has many beneficial effects on the body. You can consume it in the form of tea, use jasmine essential oil or it could be a part of the decoration in your home, thus it will purify the air in the room.
You can use jasmine tea for many different conditions. Jasmine has antiviral properties and is rich in antioxidants.
During the winter months, our immune system is usually weaker. That is why we need means to strengthen it. We can successfully cope with and strengthen the immune system with an aromatic cup of jasmine tea.
If you have stomach or gastrointestinal problems, jasmine tea is right for you. It helps with digestive system problems. 1-2 cups of jasmine tea per day is enough.
For prevention or when fighting cancer cells, you can also include jasmine tea in the therapy.
Jasmine tea is good for the heart. Jasmine in tea form reduces bad cholesterol levels with regular consumption. Also if you suffer from high blood pressure it is good to drink jasmine tea.
Consuming jasmine tea helps with frequent headaches. If you have difficulty breathing, jasmine tea will help you for sure.
Also if you want beautiful and youthful skin, jasmine tea is your drink.
Antioxidants in tea slow down aging processes and neutralize harmful radicals. They protect against collagen breakdown and reduce the appearance of age spots.
Jasmine tea is a great weight loss aid. If you have decided to follow some kind of dietary regimen, there is no better drink than jasmine tea to include in your daily routine. In addition to favoring digestion, jasmine boosts metabolism and thus helps to lose extra pounds.
Jasmine tea is a traditional drink in Chinese culture, and its medicinal properties are extraordinary.
Jasmine also produces a very useful oil, which is quite expensive, but this is no accident. It is a strong aphrodisiac, successfully treats headaches, has excellent pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory effects.
If you suffer from depression, jasmine oil is an excellent way to eliminate bad thoughts, fatigue and insomnia. In addition, jasmine oil does not have the side effects of the antidepressants.
Now if you have not tried it yet… you are missing out on a wonderful health supporter.
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