The floral, sweet scent of Ylang Ylang is amazing. Distilled from the freshly picked blossoms! It is known for its unique relationship to the heart and its ability to slow a rapid heart beat. It can be used to help alleviate the symptoms of shock and trauma. Ylang Ylang is a strong sedative and antispasmodic. Try adding into your massage oils. It can be used in a bath to help alleviate insomnia, reduce tension and anxiety. Good results reducing anxiety! A very simple blend of Ylang Ylang and Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is wonderful for supporting sleep, especially for those with a busy mind! It can be added to cream as a beautiful moisturizing agent and is generally good in skin care blends. You only need a drop or two in 1 oz of carrier. One drop in your bath is plenty given the powerful sweet, floral aroma.
Complete means it is from the full distillation and not just part of a distillation.
|Country of Origin||Madagascar|
|Cultivation||Plant Was Wild Crafted|
|Extraction Method||Steam Distilled|
Emotional and Energetic Qualities
Encourages feelings of euphoria
Helps one to experience pleasure and joy
Promotes sensual awakening
The African distiller of this essential oil has been in business since 1983 working with rural communities and emerging farmers to establish crops specifically for essential oils. He concentrates primarily on organic essential oils. His company works directly with farmers supplying the distillation units. He is also involved with farmers and distillers in Madagascar, Rwanda, Zambia and other African countries.
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Non-toxic, though it may cause skin irritation or be sensitizing, especially with young children. Use in low dilution when applying to the skin, such as in bath or massage oils. Tisserand and Young recommend maximum topical use of 0.8%. Do not use on inflamed skin, hypersensitive skin, diseased or damaged skin or on dermatitis. Ylang Ylang can lead to headaches and nausea with people sensitive to the oil. The floral, sweet scent of Ylang Ylang is amazing in small quantities, but if overused it can cause headaches and nausea.
The suggested shelf life is 4-5 years.
|Batch Number||Distillation Date|