Jasmine grandiflorum Egypt


Jasminum grandiflorum


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We have been working with our partner farmer-processor for more than 15 years. Under a multi-year contract, our partner is committed to the preservation of biodiversity and the education of children. We purchase concrete which is then transformed into absolute in our facilities in Seville. It takes nearly 6 million flowers to make 1 kg of jasmine grandiflorum absolute.

Jasmine grandiflorum absolute, a star ingredient in the world of luxury perfume, is found in floral bouquets or as a soliflore. It goes well with fruity or marine accords and is also used in woody or oriental bases.

Emotional regulator, it brings back confidence and optimism when one is gripped by fear.

*The aromatherapy properties in this document are excerpted from reference books, scientific articles, or specialized websites and are provided to customer for its information and internal use only. Claims on a finished product remain the responsibility of the company making the finished product available on the market.

Jasminum grandiflorum is a shrub with dark-green foliage festooned with magnificent white flowers. Native to India, Jasminum grandiflorum was imported into Europe in the 16th century. It is now mainly grown in India and Egypt, representing around 95% of world production.
Jasmine flower harvests are a significant source of income for many Egyptians. It permits families to form their future dowry, for example, if they have no sons, or finance their children’s education and the cost of their accommodations. Jasmine is the second biggest inflow to the Egyptian national turnover in the aromatic raw materials sector.

Jasminum grandiflorum begins producing in its third year, and jasmine plants will be left in the ground until they reach 10 years of age. Jasmine is a nocturnal flower that blooms and releases its scent at night. The flowers are hand-picked, one by one, between 3 a.m. and 10 a.m.

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