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Jasmine Flower Whole/ Cut
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Jasmine Flower Whole/ Cut

The jasmine plant is believed to have been introduced into China from eastern South Asia via India during the Han Dynasty (206 BC to 220 AD), and was being used to scent tea around the fifth century. However, jasmine tea did not become widespread until the Qing Dynasty (1644 to 1912 AD), when tea started to be exported in large quantities to the West. Nowadays, it's still a common drink served in tea shops around the world. 

Jasmine contains around 200 species native to tropical and warm temperate regions of Eurasia, Africa, and Oceania. Jasmines are widely cultivated for the characteristic fragrance of their flowers.

Basic Information of ACE Biotechnology Jasmine Flower

  • Product Name: Jasmine Flower
  • Botanical Name :Jasminum sambac
  • Used Plant Part: Flower
  • Appearance: White Flower Whole
  • Application: Function Food Beverage, Cosmetics & Personal Care
  • Certification and Qualification: Non-GMO, Vegan, HALAL, KOSHER.
Jasmine Flower Available Specification

Jasmine Flower Available Specification

  • Jasmine Flower Whole

  • Jasmine Flower Tea Bag Cut

Jasmine Flower Benefits

Jasmine Flower Benefits

Digestive Health

Jasmine 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.

Jasmine Flower Benefits

Gastrointestinal Health

A recent study found that Jasmine flower 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. 

Jasmine Flower Benefits


Conversely, Jasmine (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 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.

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