The Jasmine is a very popular flower around the world especially in the tropical because of its unique fragrance. The Jasmine is native to tropical temperate regions. The Jasmine flowers are white in many species, with some species being yellow. The Jasmine is believed to have originated in the Himalaya in India. Jasmine is botanically known as Jasminum Officinale and belongs to the Olive family of Oleaceae.

Jasmine flowers are a rich source of volatile oil, Indol and Jasmin. The plant also contains Linalol, Triterpenes, Benzyl-alkaloid, Jasmone, resin, Glycoside, Phenols, Alkaloid, Salicylic acid, Terpenoids, Jasminine, Tannin, Saponins and Flavonoids.

In Indian traditional Market Jasmine used in the festival and any ceremony to celebrate with jasmine flowers and in Ayurveda Jasmine flowers are used in medicine.