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Latin Name: Jasminum odoratissimum
Common Names: Jasmine Flowers
Jasmine Flowers, which are also called Jasminum odoratissimum, Sweet Yellow Jasmine and sweet-scented yellow Jasmine, are very popular herbs due to their aromatic and aphrodisiac properties. Jasmine Flowers are commonly used to scent Jasmine tea, and many types of Jasmine Flowers can be used to produce perfumes and incense.
The first to have some specimens of it was Cosimo I de’ Medici, known as the “Great Devil”.
Daily serving size: Pour 8-12 oz of boiling water (212 F) over 1 tsp of tea. Steep 3-4 minutes.
If you burn flowers in the room prior to going to bed, it may inspire the prophetic dreams, and this may attract prosperity.
Some statements show that meditating under the influence of the scent of jasmine helps to alter consciousness.
To ward off the sadness of love, take three large handfuls of jasmine petals and place them under the stream of hot water that goes down into the tub or shower, on your body.
Jasmine essential oil is used to evoke angelic powers or as an offering to spirits.
Jasmine is associated with the Angel of Death.
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