Jasminum grandiflorum

Jasminum Grandiflorum

Jasmine Grandiflorum belongs to the Oleaceae family and is native to the tropical regions. Jasmine Grandiflorum is widely cultivated in India and Egypt. It is most commonly grown for perfumery uses. In India, it is used for making garlands, adorn women’s hair and in ceremonial and religious functions. In Ayurveda, jasmine grandiflorum is also used to treat different diseases which mainly include body pain, tooth ache and ulcers


June - Dec

Part of the plant



Fine Fragrance/Flavour/Aromatherapy

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660 kg of flowers are required to obtain 1kg of Grandiflorum Absolute