Saturday, April 11, 2015


Jasmine, used mostly in aromatherapy is known to clam nerves and help regulate blood pressure. 

Studies are underway to determine if jasmine aids in decreasing risk factors for certain cancers. 

As a tea ingredient, jasmine is often combined with green tea. 

Caution is suggested for people with grass allergies. 

1 comment:

betty said...

Visiting from A/Z. I have had jasmine tea, but didn't know that it was also good to help regulate blood pressure. Hoping the studies to see its effect on certain cancers proves conclusive that it does help reduce risk factors.