The importance of jasmine-type fragrances in perfumery is well known. There are about 100 species in the genus Jasmine (Oleaceae). The most valued internationally is Jasminum grandiflorum L., also known as the chemicalbook jasmine flower, which mainly grows in countries along the Mediterranean Sea and in countries such as Turkey and Lebanon. Jasmine jasmine essential oil contains acids, alcohols, esters, ketones, ketone esters, phenols, nitrogenous compounds, etc. The most representative ones are jasmonone, methyl jasmonate, etc. Uses It is widely used as the base of jasmine incense, and can be used to introduce oily herbs. It is the characteristic aroma of jasmine absolute oil. It is stable and has strong diffusing power. It is very suitable for soap essence, and lavender type is also very good. It can also be used in flavors such as in berry and fresh fruit blends.
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