Jasmine – the fragrance of India – made for you, in India.

Jasmine is a species of shrubs and vines in the olive family. It contains around 200 species native to tropical and warm temperate regions across the world, particularly in Eurasia, Australasia and Oceania.

Jasmine is a climbing plant with fragrant flowers. Jasmine is widely cultivated for the characteristic fragrance of the flowers which are used for making perfumes and fragrances. The Jasmine fragrance is used widely in various industries.

The Jasmine Plant grows about 12 to 24 inches each year and eventually reaches a height of 10 to 15 feet.

 ‘Star Jasmine’, also known as ‘Confederate Jasmine’ (Trachelospermum Jasminoides) is a shrubby climbing plant.

Since the Jasmine plant is evergreen and perennial, it is also sometimes grown as a greenhouse plant.

Butterflies and bees are the main pollinators of Jasmine.

‘Common Jasmine’ (Jasminum officinale) is sometimes also referred to as the ‘Poet’s Jasmine’ and is one of the most fragrant types of Jasmine. These intensely fragrant flowers bloom throughout the summer and into the fall.

The Jasmine Flower is the second most popular, pleasant smelling flower in the world; second only to the Rose which is undoubtedly the most popular pleasant smelling flower in the world.

While jasmines are best known for their aromatic scent, all jasmines are not fragrant. Other sweet- smelling jasmines, such as ‘Yellow Star Jasmine’, are not true jasmines but are highly aromatic when flowering.

Jasmine produces a sweet and rich fragrance when blooming.

The colour of Jasmine is a pale tint of yellow. It is a representation of the average colour of the more yellowish lower part, of the pale yellowish white coloured Jasmine Flower.

Jasmine is represented in the feminine form. The name Jasmine is derived from the Persian ‘Yasamen’ which means ‘Gift from God’; so named because of the intense fragrance of the blooms.

The symbolic meaning of Jasmine.

  • Symbolically, the Jasmine Flower is associated with love.
  • Jasmine also symbolizes beauty and sensuality.
  • In some cultures, Jasmine represents appreciation and good luck.
  • When used in religious ceremonies jasmine represents purity.
  • The meanings of Jasmine vary, depending on the culture and setting.

Jasmine Aroma Oils.

Jasmine Aroma Oil is often touted as a natural remedy for several ailments.

It is said that the aromatic smell of Jasmine is ‘as calming as the medicine, Valium’.

Hem Corporation has perfected the use of this wonderful fragrance and utilized it in most of its offerings to discerning customers.

HEM Incense Sticks, HEM Aroma Oils and HEM Fragrance Sachets are all available in Jasmine fragrance.

Use of HEM Jasmine Aroma Oil in the home or workplace is a natural remedy for stress and fatigue.

Lighting of HEM Jasmine Incense Sticks helps to reduce anxiety and depression. Seemingly, it is also a remedy for menstrual cramps and menopausal symptoms.

Place the HEM Jasmine Fragrance Sachet in your home and bedroom for a pleasant fragrance. Jasmine is also purported to act as an aphrodisiac.

Use HEM Jasmine in its various forms in your office, home or vehicle.

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