Jasmine can be useful for treating a variety of conditions such as bronchitis, fever, ulcers, bleeding, dysentery, and venereal diseases. These fragrant flowers can be used to relieve the symptoms of asthma and bronchitis, and their decoctions.
Jasmine tea can also be used to reduce headaches, fatigue, depression, and neuroses. The aroma of jasmine can stimulate brain function and tone up the whole body, surpassing even the effect of strong coffee.
These snow-white flowers can also be used to treat skin diseases, rheumatism and vitamin deficiency. Some believe that the scent of jasmine can restore a person’s energy envelope, known as the aura, and so it is often used during meditation to restore the balance between the senses and the mind.
In a house where the scent of jasmine reigns, harmony and comfort always reign. When it comes to treating skin diseases, an alcoholic tincture of jasmine can be useful. To prepare it, you can use both fresh and dried jasmine flowers. Jasmine and alcohol should be mixed in a 1:1 ratio, sealed well, and left to infuse in a cool place for a week.
In addition, jasmine oil can be useful for relieving headaches caused by colds.