Botanical Name: Cananga Odorata
Main Constituents: Linalool: 10.58%, Geranyl acetate: 9.42%
Ylang Ylang is a tropical tree about 20 meters 6 high, with large fragrant, pink, mauve or yellow flowers. The yellow flowers are considered as being the best quality. There are several grades of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil, which are extracted at different times during the flower's lengthy distillation. These grades are referred to as Extra, I, II, and III. Distillation time dermines the grade, with different consituents being extracted: the product of the first hour or two of distillation is what is called Ylang Ylang Extra; during the next few hours the grades are extracted in order and by designated amounts of time, producing Ylang I, II and III.
Ylang ylang is considered an effective antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic and sedative, as well as having a positive effect on immune health, blood flow and emotions, making it a natural remedy for the endocrine, cardiovascular, reproductive and digestive systems.
It has a naturally rich, floral scent that’s considered “romantic” and uplifting, making it popular for diffusing around the home and adding to beauty products. With a scent that positively impacts emotions, it can help create a calming, relaxing atmosphere in your home or when added l to your bath, lotion or other beauty care products
YlangYlang Essential Oil (#1) 15 ml
Simply put - we are not doctors, and are therefore not able to make recommendations for treating specific conditions and this includes route of administration of any oil. Essential oils are concentrated distillates of the essence of the plant - like medicine, some are good in small amounts but can be dangerous in large amounts, particularly for small children, pregnant women or the elderly. It is our position that anyone who intends to take essential oils internally should only do so under supervision of their family doctor.