Citrus reticulata blanco var. 'mandarin'
Melaleuca alternifolia
Cananga odorata var. genuina
Piper cubeba
Eucalyptus globulus
Turnera diffusa (var. aphrodisica)
Rosemarinus officinalis
Angelica archangelica
Curcuma longa
Daucus carota

Jasmine

jasminum officinalis
Botanical name: 
Jasminum officinalis

Euphoric and supportive

Please note: The information below is meant to give a brief outline of how an oil can be applied by a trained aromatherapist.
Please do not use this information as a guide for how to use essential oils at home.

Properties and applications: 
Anti Spasmodic - cramps, colic, nausea, nervous diarrhoea, asthma
Cytophylactic - skin rejuvenation, improving scar tissue, mature skin
Antidepressant - anxiety, nervous tension, lack of confidence, low self esteem, depression
Hormone Regulator - irregular periods, pms, menopause, oedema,
Euphoric - depression, chronic conditions, lack of confidence, general unhappiness
Emotional Regulator - shock, grief, anxiety, depression
Family: 
Oleaceae
Country of origin: 
Morocco, Egypt, India
Part of plant used: 
Flowers
Method of extraction: 
Solvent extraction
Blends with: 
Citrus, floral, and woody essential oils - May Chang
Chemical character: 
Ester type
Safety information: 
Caution - Uterine tonic, avoid first three months of pregnancy. Absolute can cause irritation of the skin.
Odour profile: 
Heady floral, sweet and musky lingering scent.
Plant description: 
A clinbing shrub with dark green leaves and an abundance of white flowers.
Historical use: 
Used in many ancient culture for making offerings to their gods, Jasmine garlands are given to guests at weddings in India.