Dried Jasmine Buds - 100 gm
Dried Jasmine Buds - 100 gm
Dried Jasmine Buds - 100 gm

Dried Jasmine Buds - 100 gm

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There may be only a handful of people on this planet who have not been mesmerized once by the smell of jasmine flowers. It's addicting. Dried jasmine buds are just the raw, natural, fresh jasmine flowers dried for longer preservation. The dried flowers are usually the buds of the flowers and there is very little processing involved so you can rest assured that it is 100% natural. The flowers are dried as whole buds and not just petals to retain their fragrance and benefits for long. Read on to find out why you should have already gotten a bag of dried jasmine buds and have been reading this, sipping some jasmine tea. 


Why use dried jasmine buds? 

In comparison to its sisters, lavender and calendula jasmine are not very well known for the amazing properties it has on your entire body.

  • It is a natural healing ingredient used to reduce skin irritation.
  • Known to reduce stomach pain during dysentery.
  • Could boost Brain function.
  • May aid weight loss.
  • Full of antioxidants.


How to use it? 

You can use our non-caffeine formula to brew some tea using the dried jasmine buds to instantly uplift your mood. Dried jasmine buds are best when used as tea due to their breath-taking fragrance and the amount of goodness it packs with every sip. It can also be used as a mild exfoliator and in different face masks to apply on skin. Dried jasmine flowers can also be brewed with a little honey to be used as a hair tonic. It keeps your hair shiny and nice-smelling for a long time.



Transfer the contents of the pack to an airtight container to lock in the freshness of the Jasmine buds. This will help it retain its essence for longer. It can also be stored in the fridge for longer usability. Usually, dried Jasmine buds last for one to three years. But you have to make sure they remain devoid of moisture since as soon as they are damp they start decomposing. So the less moisture the longer they last.

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