Jasmine

 

Jasmine flowers attract Heavenly angels as the flower’s aroma helps raise our energy frequency or spirit vibration. This way they promote healing, romance, aphrodisia, sensuality & calm sedation.  

The flowers are widely used at both wedding and other religious ceremonies as they represent romance, feminine kindness, grace, delicacy, special fondness, wealth and romantic attachment.

They are traditionally worn near the crown chakra in women’s hair.

The essential oil distilled from the jasmine flower is also known as  an anti-depressant, anti viral, anti bacterial & anti-septic.

The oil extracted from the plant has been used in Ayurvedic medicine as a tonic and cleansing remedy for hundreds of years encouraging the principles of light, harmony, and increased perception. Its medicine used for cooling fevers & strengthening immune system.

In Chinese medicine it is used for ‘cooling’ & astringency. Jasmine contains alkaloids: linalool & salicylic acid. Arabian jasmine has been used in China since at least AD 300 to scent teas.

Jasmine is also representative of Sacred Mother as it encourages milk flow, soothes as an anti~depressant, anti~spasmodic & a uterine tonic. 

Jasmine tea is recommended for treating infections, urinary inflammation and fevers ~ used in cold compresses for heat stroke and headache and also added to massage oil.

The name Jasmine is from the Persian word “yasmin,” meaning Gift from God. The flower’s symbolic opening of petals at night represents nocturnal life & quite often used for dream magic where attracting of Love & Prosperity are what is being sought. 

An Angelic Shaman relaxation treatment using quartz crystals and jasmine flowers is sure to assist a spirit patient with a broken heart ~ The jasmine give the quartz crystals soothing energy, encourages romance, healing & sensuality. Soak packets filled with jasmine flowers can be added to a bath for another treatment.

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