Common jasmine is revered for its floral scent. Found throughout tropical areas of Europe, Asia and Africa, the rose like blooms are prized for their beauty and delicate fragrance. Jasmine flowers are commonly enjoyed in China as a tea, sometimes combined with green or black teas.
Common name: Jasmine
Scientific Name: Jasminum officinale (China)
- Part Used: flowers, herb
- Energetics: bitter, pungent/cooling/pungent
- Tissues: plasma, blood, muscles, marrow and nerve
- Systems: respiratory, digestive, nervous
- Actions: diaphoretic, carminative, nervine, antispasmodic, analgesicIndications: headaches, indigestion, digestive and nervous problems of children, colic, eye innflammations, jaundice, dymenorrhea, amenorrhea
- Precautions: large doses are emetic and may aggravate Vata
- Usages: Jasmine flowers are commonly enjoyed in China as a tea, sometimes combined with green or black teas
- Preparation: Tea, Hydrosol, Bath
Organic. Caffeine free. Kosher.
Organic Jasmine Flowers