Description: CO2 from Jasmine - Quote from the book Subtle Aromatherapy Davis writes that jasmine is the most important product for those who want to spiritualize the intimate aspect of their relationship. "Jasmine and I are helped to understand that there is no separation between physical and divine love." Viscous and waxy deep golden yellow-orange substance that is almost solid at room temperature and requires special instructions for use for mixing.
Botanical (Latin) name: Jasminum officinalis
Aroma: Jasmine CO2 has a floral and dynamic olfactory profile, sweet and romantic aroma makes it a component in many popular perfumes. Its scent is so strong that it exudes oriental sweetness and playful musk.
Mixes well with: incense, sandalwood, geranium, bergamot, patchouli, lemongrass, rose oil, sweet orange.
Application: Perfumery, cosmetics, medicine.
NOTE: Jasmine CO2 is not recommended for aromatherapy, it is intended primarily for use in perfumery.
Extraction method: Preparation by the method of supercritical fluid extraction under high pressure conditions (above 300 atmospheres).
Fragrance family: floral
It mixes well with basic components, but each perfumer is an individual creator of his own perfume: Amber, Bergamot, Cedar, Chamomile, Salvia, Coriander, Incense, Linden, Lemongrass, Tuberose Vetiver, Palmarosa, Ylang Ylang, Neroli, Ella and Ella. others.
"Jasmine has the ability to round out any rough notes and mixes with almost anything." Creating the perfect note and scent of the perfect perfume for him and her.
Storage: in a dry place, in glass or aluminum packaging, without direct sunlight at a temperature of +5 ° C to + 25 ° C
Precautions: Do not use during pregnancy or lactation. Keep out of reach of children.
Shelf life: up to 3 years
Packaging: glass bottle, aluminum can.
Delivery: Econt, Speedy, DHL, Fe dex