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14. Nov. 2023

The flower's enticing aroma earned it nicknames such as queen of the night ragdoll archers

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05. Aug. 2023

The origins of jasmine can be traced back to regions of Southeast Asia, particularly India and China. Jasmine oil, scientifically known as Jasminum, belongs to the Oleaceae family and comprises over 200 species. The most notable species used for oil extraction are Jasminum officinale (common jasmine) and Jasminum grandiflorum (Spanish jasmine). The flower's intoxicating fragrance earned it names like the "Queen of the Night" and "Moonlight of the Grove" in various cultures.


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