Jasmine, the name of a fun-loving fragrance, provides a unique and enthusiastic aroma. The fragrance of jasmine is joined with our culture in the forms of spirituality, tradition and also medicine.
Jasmines are a group of shrubs grown commercially for production of their fragrant flowers and essential oil. The bulk of the flowers are used as such in garlands and decorative branches for religious offerings, and a small quantity is used for production of oils and attars. Jasmine concrete and absolute are used in high-grade perfumes,
Odor profile: sweet narcotic scent that is floral but with an animalic background like living flesh, can be piercingly sweet and carry scent a mile off.
Jasmine concrete is a yellowish brown waxy mass with a characteristic odor of jasmine flowers.
- Extraction of concrete, only freshly picked fully opened flowers are took process.
- Processing of jasmine flowers involves two steps.
- 1-Dissolving the perfume material by treating the flowers with the solvent.
- 2-Removal of the solvent from the perfume material by evaporation.
Jasmine flowers are utilized for scores of purposes—in Aromatherapy, for tranquillizing, for bathing, in cosmetics and many more.