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  • About essentail oil

    Gardenia essential oil is derived from the blossoms of the Gardenia jasminoides plant, an evergreen shrub native to Asia and parts of Africa. The oil is obtained through the enfleurage method, capturing the enchanting and captivating aroma of the gardenia flowers. Its scent is often described as rich, floral, and deeply sensual, evoking feelings of elegance and romance.

    Gardenia essential oil is valued in aromatherapy for its potential to uplift the mood, reduce stress, and promote emotional well-being. Its sweet and intoxicating fragrance can create a soothing and relaxing atmosphere.

    The oil is sometimes used in perfumery due to its ability to add depth and complexity to fragrances. It is often used as a heart or base note to create luxurious and elegant scents.

    Gardenia essential oil is known for its potential skin-soothing properties. It can be added to skincare products such as lotions, creams, and serums to promote soft and radiant skin.

    Because of the intricate enfleurage extraction process and the relatively small yield of essential oil, gardenia oil is considered rare and can be quite expensive.

    Gardenia oil is sometimes associated with love and romance, making it a popular choice for wedding ceremonies and romantic occasions.

    Due to its potency, gardenia essential oil should be used with caution and properly diluted before application. A patch test is recommended to check for any potential skin sensitivities.

    The oil's exquisite aroma has led to its use in luxury candles, room diffusers, and other home fragrance products.

    In summary, gardenia essential oil is a luxurious and aromatic extract with potential benefits for emotional well-being, skincare, and perfumery. Its enchanting scent makes it a sought-after ingredient in various aromatic applications.

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  • Birth certificate of essential oil

    Latin name:
    Gardenia jasminoides
    Parts used:
    Origin of parts:
    Benzyl acetate, linalool, phenyl acetate, linalyl acetate, terpineol, methyl anthranilate
    An intoxicating white floral note with piquant green and earthy mushroom nuances
    Greenish brown
    Dillution limit:
    Shelf life:
    Approximately 2-3 years
    • Blends with:

      Jasmine, Ylang Ylang, Bergamot, and Sandalwood
    • Quality

      100% natural, not diluted and not adulterated essentail oil. It does not contain any other chemical or carrier oil
  • Benefits

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    Effective in the treatment of inflammatory diseases such as arthritis, ulcerative colitis and intestinal inflammations
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    It is soothing, improves mood, suppresses anxiety, induces a pleasant feeling of relaxation, helps with insomnia
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    Activates skin cell renewal
  • Suggestions for use

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    3 drops of essential oil into water in the scented lamp or your popular diffuser. To intensify the effects, you can swivel your bath towel over your head and lean over the rising scent. We recommend this procedure for breathing problems or facial skin problems
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    To awaken the passion, add a few drops of gardenia to the massage oil.
  • Research

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    Study on the effects of Gardenia jasminoides essential oil on mood and emotions - full article
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    Research on the potential antioxidant activity of Gardenia jasminoides essential oil - full article
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    Investigation of the effects of Gardenia jasminoides essential oil on relaxation - full article

Additional information

Gardenia is a tropical shrub with beautiful flowers. It has a distinctive sweet smell. Even in ancient Chinese literature, this flower was attributed to magical properties. It is often used in perfumes, such as Calvin Klein or Gucci.