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What is Jasmine Used For? Health Benefits and Side Effects of Jasmine in Food

Jasmine is an additive used in making perfumes. It is used as a food additive in selected food products as well. However, the main usage is connected to perfumes, talcum powders and other products involving fragrances. It is used in a number of herbal products and conventional cosmetics as well. The major purpose of this additive is to add fragrance to the product so that more and more people can be attracted.

by Margaret Walker on Mon, 03/28/2011 - 16:56


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