Jasmine 

Botanical Name Jasminum officinale var. grandiflorum 
Botanical family Oleaceae
Origin Morocco, Egypt 
Method Extraction with alcohol from the concrete, then evaporation of the alcohol. 
Plant part Flower 
Note  
Appearance limpid mobile liquid 
Color dark yellow to dark orange 
Odor intensely floral, its odor is very persistent, warm and slightly powdery 
Biochemical composition of the essential oil Monoterpenols: linalool
Phenolic esters: benzyl acetate , benzyl benzoate
Ketones: cis-jasmone
Sesquiterpenes: (E,E)-farnesene
Phenolic alcohols: benzyl alcohol
Therapeutic properties 1. Activate peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor a (PPAR-a), regulate liver fat metabolism, and anti-tuberculosis α
2. Increase sexual desire and promote oxytocin
3. Suppress excessive estrogen and slow down the stimulation of environmental hormones
4. Improve the effectiveness of y-aminobutyric acid in the brain and resist convulsions
Main therapeutic indications 1. Hepatitis, stomatitis, skin itching, lymph node tuberculosis
2. Impotence, frigidity, childbirth
3. Irregular menstruation, dysmenorrhea, leucorrhea, testicular inflammation, mastitis
4. Tossing and turning, restlessness, epilepsy, headache
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