What is  Jasmine Flower (Dried) Chameli Phool :

Jasmine is the name of an aromatic plant that grows in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. It is a member of the olive family (Oleaceae) and is used for its fragrant flowers, which are white, yellow, or pink.
Jasmine is also known as jessamine and it has about 200 species. Most true jasmines have climbing branches without tendrils. The white, yellow, or rarely pink flowers are tubular with a flaring, lobed, pinwheel-like form; some double-flowered varieties have been developed. The leaves can be evergreen or deciduous and usually are composed of two or more leaflets, although some species have simple leaves. The fruit in most species is a two-lobed black berry.

Common jasmine (jasminum officinale), native to Iran, produces fragrant white flowers that are the source of attar of jasmine used in perfumery. It is widely cultivated for its shining leaves and clusters of flowers that bloom in summer. Winter jasmine (jasminum nudiflorum), a yellowish-green plant native to eastern Asia, has pendulous stems covered with gray hairs and fragrant white flowers.


Dry jasmine flowers packed with antioxidants, which are great for your health. Jasmine flowers have been linked to a number of impressive health benefits, including lower risk of heart disease and mental decline, as well as certain cancers. Drinking jasmine tea may even help you lose weight, improve oral health, and boost brain function.

Some research suggests that inhaling jasmine aroma from a small amount of jasmine absolute ether improves mental alertness. However, breathing in larger amounts of jasmine aroma seems to have a relaxing effect. Other research suggests that jasmine odor does not affect concentration.

How to use:
Common use: For use in natural skin care blends and home crafts.
Other Uses: A delicate Jasmine infusion relaxes the body and soothes the nerves.
Suggested directions: To prepare as an “instant tea”: Take 1 cup of boiling water and some dry Jasmine Flower.