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Jasmine (Jasminum officinale)



antiseptic, antispasmodic, mood-enhancing, aphrodisiac

Areas of application:

Stimulates the uterus, harmonizes women's diseases, stimulates milk flow, depression, headaches, neuralgia such as trigeminal and facial neuralgia, irritable bladder, irritability

Plant parts used:


Collection time:

August, September

To find:

Jasmine bushes bloom in many parks and botanical gardens. Sometimes it is possible to receive or collect some flowers upon request. You can also bring jasmine into your garden at home.


Jasmine essential oil with benzyl acetate, benzyl alcohol, indole, linalool, linalyl acetate


Jasmine has been the love remedy par excellence for thousands of years. The plant prepares you for love in the form of tea, as a spice or as an essential oil in the aroma lamp.

Jasmine flowers are also dried fragrance dispensers and give any normal tea an exotic scent. The scent develops especially when it is brewed.

Attention Do not confuse with other species!!! The false jasmine (Gelsemium sempervirens) belongs to the Loganiaceae family and has yellow flowers. It is a highly poisonous plant that is only used homeopathically. If you really want to get a jasmine, always look at the Latin name and make sure it is the real thing. If you want to use it in tea, you can order flowers in the pharmacy or online.

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