What is Jasmine Flower Powder?Jasmine flower powder originated from Iran (formerly known as Persia). It has been planted in China mainland for more than 1700 years; it is said that this flower was brought to China during Tang Dynasty through the Silk Road.Jasmine is a general term for Oleaceae, Jasminum, evergreen shrubs or vines. The flowers of jasmine are very fragrant. They are famous flower tea raw materials and important flavor raw materials. The flowers and leaves are used for medicinal treatment, and they have the effect of relieving cough and removing phlegm. Originally produced in India and Pakistan, China has been introduced and widely planted.Jasmine likes a warm, moist and sunny environment that is not resistant to frost. Its leaves are green, the flowers are white in color and rich in aroma. It is the most common aromatic potted plants. Among the genus of the genus, the most famous is the double-jad jasmine, which is commonly known as jasmine. Jasmine powder has good health and beauty benefits, can be used for diet, and can also be used to smoke jasmine tea.Basic Information:
NameJasmine Flower ExtractBotanical SourceJasmine flowerMaker CompoundsmacamidesTest MethodTLCColorLight brown powderPart UsedFlowerAppearanceFine PowderAsh Content≤5%Extract solventEthanol Or WaterDrying MethodSpray DyingParticle SizeNLT 100% Through 80 meshLoss on Drying≤ 5.0%Assay10:1 Jasmine flower P.E.Arsenic≤2ppmLead≤2ppmTotal Plate Count≤1000cfu/gTotal Yeast & Mold≤100cfu/g
Jasmine Flower Powder Benefits:1.Digestive HealthJasmine flower powder is rich in antioxidants that interact with gastrointestinal enzymes to facilitate better nutrient absorption and promote healthy bowel function. It also functions to promote the growth of good bacteria in the gut and has been found to eliminate harmful bacteria.The antispasmodic qualities of Jasmine make it helpful to relieve indigestion, stomach cramps and soothe inflammation.
2.Gastrointestinal HealthA recent study found that Jasmine flower extract was effective at inhibiting the growth of Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Bacillus cereus. These pathogenic bacteria are responsible for many gastrointestinal disorders, commonly known as “tummy bugs”, and can cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea. The results showed that the Jasmine extracts with a concentration of 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% had an effect to inhibit of the growth of the bacteria.
3.Depression/AnxietyThe uplifting scent of Jasmine essential oil has been proven to improve mood, de-stress and bring anxiety down to a more manageable level. A study published in the “Journal of Health Research” looked at the effect of Jasmine oil inhalation on the central nervous system and the mood. They found that the oil did indeed affect the mood and brain activity, with participants reporting that they felt more positive, energetic and even romantic.
Another study found that Jasmine essential oil, when used in aromatherapy massage, increased behaviour arousal when compared with a placebo. They found that it significantly increases breathing rate, blood oxygen saturation and blood pressure, leading to the participants in the Jasmine group feeling more alert. The researchers concluded that this stimulating effect could help to alleviate depression and anxiety whilst uplifting the mood.
4.InsomniaConversely, Jasmine flower powder (consumed as a tea or used in essential oil form) has sedative effects on the nervous system, soothing and relaxing tense and jangled nerves. Like many herbs, it appears to have adaptogenic qualities that can either up-regulate or down-regulate the nervous system as required. The sedative compounds found in this herb have been found to promote peaceful sleep, help to induce sleep in insomniacs and regulate erratic or irregular sleep patterns.
A study published in the “European Journal of Applied Physiology” found that just the smell of jasmine powder has sedative effects on both autonomic nerve activity and mood states. The researchers found that inhaling Jasmine (along with lavender) helped to reduce the heart rate and bring on feelings of calm and relaxation, helping the participants to drift off to sleep more easily.
5.AphrodisiacJasmine powder has long been known as an aphrodisiac and libido enhancer by ancient herbalists for as long as this flower has been utilised as a herbal remedy. Its exotic, heady scent not only lifts the spirits, it helps to dissolve emotional barriers and promote feelings of intimacy. Its anti-depressant qualities combined with its ability to relax the body make Jasmine an excellent oil to use to overcome sexual problems which are in the head, rather than direct physiological problems of the reproductive system.
6.Reproductive HealthJasmine essential oil has a long history of use for gently nurturing women through each stage of their reproductive lives. With natural hormone balancing properties, it has been shown to improve symptoms of PMS (pre-menstrual syndrome), menopause, and act as an “emmenagogue” (a substance that stimulates or increases menstrual flow). The emmenagogue property of Jasmine oil regulates menstrual cycles and provides relief from painful periods.
Jasmine Flower Powder Application:
1.Applied in food field, it is used as an anti-aging food;
2.Applied in health food field, it is also used as an afrodyn;
3.Applied in pharmaceutical field, it was used to treat organ dysplasia, premature ejaculation and male impotence.
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