Botanical name: Jasminum officinale L.
State of this herb: Dried, whole
About this herb: A flower of love, Jasmine is often thought to be the plant referred to in Bereishit 30:14. The blossoms are known as an aphrodisiac. It is frequently added to flower blends to beautify the scent of the home. It is also a popular ingredient for tea to aid in liver function, depression, mood, menstrual pains, skin irritation, and stomach pains.
Place of Origin: China
Precautions: It is suggested that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications. Not for use while pregnant. Not intended for internal usage. For ritual use only.