In Italy, Casablanca jasmine (Jasminum officinalle), called the Spanish Jasmine planted in 1692 to be used as perfume. In 1665 in England cultivated white jasmine (J. sambac) are introduced by the Duke Casimo de Medici. In 1919, discovered jasmine J. parkeri in North-Western region of India which is then cultivated in England in 1923.
Distinctive scent of jasmine flowers, is highly favored by many people, especially women. But in addition to the seductive scent of the flower, jasmine also has properties to help cure diseases.
Plants that have a Latin name Jasminum Sambac or too often can be efficacious Jasmine disebutl help cure shortness of breath, headache, eye pain, fever, swollen with bee stings and even breast milk can also help control that often come out to excess.