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Wild Jasmine Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
Wild Jasmine
English Name
Wild Jasmine
Botanical Name
Jasminum Angustifolium, Jasminum Rottlerianum
Hindi Name
Banmallika

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Wild Jasmine Cures

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Action of Wild Jasmine

Nutrients in Wild Jasmine

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Wild Jasmine
Combines With

Taste of
Wild Jasmine

Parts Used

Roots, Leaves

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Wild Jasmine

It may cause allergy.
Avoid use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Do not consume it empty stomach. It may cause Intestinal Discomfort.
Do not consume if you are allergic to caffeine.
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Description

Wild Jasmine is a climbing shrub.
It may be deciduous or evergreen.
It grows in tropical and subtropical climate.
It grows up to 2 M.
Best used for Skin Diseases.
 

Origin

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Materia Medica for Wild Jasmine

Wild Jasmine General

Wild Jasmine is used in Aromatherapy. In Ancient India, Wild Jasmine was known as " Queen of the night". It has Antidepressant and Aphrodisiac properties. Wild Jasmine can be used in the form of Tea or Lotion.
Jasmine tea reduces the risk of Heart attacks, strengthens Immune System and prevents of Diabetes. It also prevents growth of cancerous cells. It reduces the risk of Breast and Lung Cancer.
It improves the Digestive System. It promotes healthy stomach. It prevents the Gastrointestinal Cancer.
Wild Jasmine has calm and relaxing effect. It is used to treat Headaches, Anxiety, Irritability and Depression.
The relaxing property of Wild Jasmine provides relief from Fatigue and Stress.
Wild Jasmine is an Aphrodisiac. It treats Sexual and Uterine problems. Jasmine Tea is effective for sexual problems. It increases the production of Sperm. It heals Frigidity and Impotence.
It promotes Weight Loss.
It lowers the bad Cholesterol level in the body.
It eases Chronic inflammation including Muscle aches and Pains.
It treats Sunburn, Rashes, heat Exhaustion and Sunstroke.
It fights off against bacterial infections.
It is good for healing corns on foot.
It is used to clean scrapes and cuts.
It is also used in Beauty and Healthcare industries.
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