Ylang Ylang Complete
YLANG YLANG Complete Essential Oil
Size: 5 ml. Violet glass bottle
Botanical Name: Cananga odorantissima
Method: Steam distilled from fresh flowers from the tree
Note: Complete grade is a complete distillation with nothing removed throughout the many hours of process. Extra grade is the first oil batch, taken off within a couple of hours of beginning the distillation. Extra grade is more intensely floral, and complete grade has a more diverse bouquet. Both are beautiful, and carry the strong aromatic properties of the ylang ylang flower. Other grades are produced later in the distillation process, and considered less desirable from both aromatic and therapeutic viewpoints.
Ylang Ylang Complete essential oil is particularly useful for transmuting fear and tension from the emotional body. It can calm panic attacks and anxiety.
Its lovely deep floral aroma soothes and calms the mind, balances mood swings, and supports our intention to transmute and dissolve old emotional patterns of stress and drama.
Inhaling this oil is the perfect aromatherapy for anyone suffering from stress, overload, or feeling out of control.
• Analgesic • Anti-allergenic • Anti-bacterial • Anti-depressant • Anti-viral • Aphrodisiac • Bradycardic • Cardio-tonic • Febrifuge • Hypotensive • Regulator: endocrine, heart, breathing • Tonic: urinary
External–topical application, massage, bath, local or spinal compress, application to energy centers and meridian points
Top note: Rich, sweet, creamy, fine floral notes
Heart Note: Sweet, creamy, floral, fine balsamic, woody notes
Base Note: Sweet, creamy, floral, fine balsamic, woody notes
In natural perfumery Ylang Ylang essential oil is used in high class florals, oriental and tropical perfumes, fruit notes, culinary perfumes, and temple perfumes. It blends well with many essential oils, floral and non-floral alike. Try it with German Chamomile, Massoia, Plai, or Yuzu.
Ylang Ylang essential oil’s beautiful floral aroma can uplift even the most medicinal blends, bringing an air of refinement and beauty. It is very lovely when diffused at night before sleeping, bringing sweet dreams and a deep regenerating sleep.
When inhaled, it relieves anger, depression, stress, fear, anxiety, shock, and panic. It relaxes the nervous system and brings consciousness to the present moment.
It is an aphrodisiac for many people.
It has an affinity for the root, navel, solar plexus, and heart energy centers.
It especially activates the senses of smell and taste, clearing emotional debris, and helping to access a child-like mental space, free of judgement (“beginner’s mind”).
Observations and Anecdotal Information
Most of us consider Ylang Ylang to be an emotional relaxer and mood enhancer, as it helps to relieve anger, depression, insomnia, tension, stress, fear, anxiety, and to clear the emotional body in general. A lesser known characteristic is that it is also a potent urinary system tonic that can strengthen the bladder and kidneys, and restore adrenal balance.
Ylang Ylang is a superb endocrine regulator. It can even be used in custom blends for balancing hormonal issues, especially PMS and menopausal symptoms. Its beautiful floral aroma can uplift even the most medicinal blends, bringing an air of refinement and beauty. It is very lovely when diffused at night before sleeping, bringing sweet dreams and a deep regenerating sleep.
- Generally recognized as safe at normal dosage.
- Avoid essential oil contact with eyes.
- Store safely out of the reach of children.
- All internal uses should be researched and/or supported by a health care professional. Product quality and dosage are critically important when using essential oils internally.
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