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Jasminum grandiflorum

INCI Name: Jasmine grandiflorum flower extract oil

Disclaimer: The following information is provided by Khush Ingredients as a summary of information from manufacturers. All information is provided without warrant or liability.


Jasmine is a widely spread plant, cultivated across Northern Africa and South Asia, where it is important as a national flower and in religious rituals. It was first imported to Europe in the 16th century, and has been used in personal care, aromatherapy, and to create green accords and floral notes in fragrances.

There are two main types of Jasmine, the sweeter Jasmine Grandiflorum, which this specification relates to, and Jasmine Sambac, a more unusual, spicier absolute available by special request.

Jasmine flowers are gathered, usually by hand, but are too temperature sensitive to be successfully be steam distilled. As such the essential oil is extracted using a solvent, normally hexane, which produces a concrete.   The concrete is then converted into the absolute oil.

For those unsure, a concrete is the waxy solid produced when the petals are immersed in the solvent, like hexane, which brings out the oily and waxy components from the biomass. The absolute is produced by gently heating the concrete with alcohol to recover the solvent and leave an intense oil known as the absolute.

Due to the volatility in availability of the flowers, Khush Ingredients maintains two producers of Jasmine Absolute, one in India, where harvests tend to start in June each year, and one in Egypt where harvests begin in August.

We would not like to express a preference for either source. The output from both are beautiful grades of Jasmine oil that do not disappoint. Our customers usually have a preference for one or the other, but in reality, we tend to purchase from the growing region based upon the best current value. Khush does not change it’s sources, when we but Indian it is from the same production site and when we buy Egyptian, it is from our partner International Aromatics in Alexandria.

We have also just introduced an organic jasmine grandiflorum absolute from a different producer in Egypt, This is subject to a different specification sheet in the Organics section.

Whilst we sea freight from sources just after harvest time, we support that with air freight as the cost of air freight is relatively small in comparison with freight costs.


It is produced from the solvent extraction of the flowers of Jasminum grandiflorum.

Appearance: Yellow-brown liquid

Odour: Strong jasmine smell

Relative Density @ 25C:  0.929 to 0.975

Refractive Index @ 20C: 1.480 to 1.516

Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in ethanol

Flash Point: 79C typical: Composition is variable batch to batch so is shipped as flammable but Flash point can vary between 58 and 90 ºC


REACH STATUS: Khush Ingredients import material at below 1000kg per annum.

CAS No. 91770-14-8

EC No. 294-797-4

GC Profile (typical):

Benzyl acetate                                  12 to 20%

Phytol                                                12 to 18%

Benzyl benzoate                               12 to 16%

Farnesol                                            5 to 10%

Linalool                                              2 to 7%

Methyl palmitate                                2 to 5%

Jasmone                                           1 to 3%

Eugenol                                             1 to 2%

Benzyl alcohol                                   0 to 1%


Packed into containers of 500g, 1kg, 5kg and 25kg aluminium bottles.


This ingredient is produced in India, normally between May and July each year and in Egypt between August and September. These are the main harvest times (bold).













Shelf Life:

When stored in cool, dark conditions in full Aluminium containers Jasmine Grandiflorum can be kept and used for three or more years. There is a degradation with age, so Khush Ingredients tries to supply oils to customers within 18 months of production.


This substance is widely used as a perfume or aroma ingredient but must be used in advised levels. Extended Material Safety Data Sheet available on request.

Main Safety & Handling Statements:

H226: Flammable Liquid & Vapour

H302: Harmful if swallowed

H315: Causes skin irritation

H317: May cause an allergic skin reaction

H411: Toxic to aquatic with long lasting effects

P210: Keep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hot surfaces – No smoking

P233: Keep container tightly closed

P240: Ground/bond container and receiving equipment

P241: Use explosion-proof electrical/ventilating/light/equipment

P242: Use only non-sparking tools

P243: Take precautionary measures against static discharge

P261: Avoid breathing vapour/spray

P264: Wash hands thoroughly after handling

P270: Do not eat drink/smoke when using this product

P273: Avoid release to the environment

P280: Wear protective gloves/clothing/eye-protection/face protection

P501: Dispose of contents/containers in accordance with local/national regulations