Jasmine (Jasminum officinale L.) it’s a shrub and it occurs commonly in the Middle East, Europe and Asia. It is a typical ornamental plant, distinguished by very fragrant flowers with a pleasant smell. Already in ancient Egypt, as well as during the reign of the Chinese Sung dynasty, Jasmine Flowers were often grown in the royal gardens.
In manufacturing, Jasmine is used to adding fragrance to creams, lotions, and perfumes. In foods, it is used to flavour beverages, frozen dairy desserts, candy, baked goods, gelatines, and puddings. These flowers could be used to making potpourri. Jasmine Flowers can be mixed very well with green and white tea.
How To Use Jasmine Flowers Health Embassy
Put 1-3 tsp of Jasmine Flowers into the pot, and add 200ml of hot water. Steep for 5-15 minutes, then strain the infusion and drink. You can also simply add a few of Jasmine Flowers into your regular cup of tea.
Jasmine Flowers and Clay Face Mask
Crushed up Jasmine Flowers (a half tablespoon of them) add to a mixture of French clay and filtered water. Mix well and apply on face. Wash it out after 10 minutes.
Jasmine Hair Cleanser
Brew a strong cup of Jasmine Flowers tea with raw honey melting in the same cup as the tea is steeping in. Once the tea has naturally cooled, add 1 tbsp of apple cider vinegar and cleanse your scalp with soaking wet hair. Leave in for 5-8 minutes and rinse with warm water.
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It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.