PHYTOSUN AROMS ESSENTIAL OIL YLANG-YLANG 5ML Cananga odorata HEBBD
YLANG-YLANG Essential Oil has anti-inflammatory properties indicated in arthritis and tendon problems, and muscle pain. It is also a very good tonic for the skin and the scalp.
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PHYTOSUN AROMS ESSENTIAL OIL YLANG-YLANG 5ML Cananga odorata
Ylang-Ylang is a tree native to Indonesia and is cultivated mainly in the Comoros, Réunion and Madagascar. Its flowers are yellow and give off a delicious exotic scent. It is precisely these flowers that are distilled with water vapor to obtain the essential oil.
Producing organ: Flowers
Biochemical specificities: germacrene D, B-caryophyllene, a-farnesene, benzyl benzoate
Obtaining process: Complete distillation by steam distillation
Quality: 100% pure, natural and integral, HEBBD certified
Properties of Ylang Ylang essential oil
Ylang-Ylang EO, with a very warm and flowery scent, is frequently used in the composition of massage oils because of its tonic and regenerating action for the skin of the face and body.
- Respiratory and cardiac calming
- Tonic, intellectual and sexual stimulant
- Nervous balancing, antidepressant
- Hypotensive, antiarrhythmic
- Cellular regenerator and antiseptic
- Tonic of the skin and hair of all types
YLANG-YLANG Essential Oil is an excellent anti-inflammatory that relieves muscle pain such as contractures and stiffness as well as tendonitis and pain associated with osteoarthritis or arthritis. It also helps restore radiance to the skin and scalp.
Indications of Ylang Ylang essential oil
The essential oil of ylang-ylang is used in the following therapeutic indications:
- Tachycardia, arterial hypertension
- Stress, restlessness, insomnia
- Anxiety, panic, depression
- Sexual asthenia, impotence, frigidity
- Skin disorders, skin and hair treatment
Perfectly indicated for muscle pain, YLANG-YLANG Essential Oil also restores vitality to the skin and hair.
Tips for using Ylang Ylang essential oil
Oral route: prohibited Through the skin: *** Diffusion: *
Decreased desire (adults)
1 drop of Ylang-Ylang + 1 drop of Cinnamon bark + 5 drops of Argan Vegetable Oil, 2 drops of this mixture for massaging the lower abdomen.
Scalp irritation (adults)
1 drop of Ylang-Ylang + 1 drop of Rosemary 1.8 + 1 drop of Tea-Tree, 1 drop of this mixture for 1 dose of shampoo.
Hair tonic: Mix 1 drop in your usual shampoo, wash and leave for 2 minutes before rinsing.
Massage: 2 to 5 drops pure or diluted in vegetable oil then massage the affected areas 3 times a day.
For children over 7 years old, 2 drops 3 times a day.
Precautions for use of Ylang Ylang essential oil
- Not recommended for pregnant women because it is urotonic
- Do not use in the pure state (dermocautique), always dilute
- Not recommended for breastfeeding women because it cuts off lactation
- In high doses causes nausea and headache
- Sedative by inhalation
- Forbidden to people with asthma without the advice of an allergist
Notes of Ylang Ylang essential oil
Ylang-Ylang's best flower harvests are from April to June at sunrise, until 10 a.m. This EO, very popular with perfumers, is generally offered in four qualities (extra, 1, 2, and 3) representing four fragmentations of a complete distillation which lasts 18 hours on average. For therapeutic use, complete distillation is necessary, since its biochemical composition is more balanced. Its scent is warm and flowery, its flavor slightly bitter, and its pale yellow color. The extra quality is the most fragrant and the most expensive!
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