Organic Ylang Ylang (Complete) Essential Oil

$49.00

Botanical Name: Cananga odorata genuina
Country of Origin: Madagascar
Extraction Method: Steam Distillation
Part of the plant: Flowers/Bud
Aroma: Exotic and floral, sweet and fruity
Chemical constituents: Linalol, Farnesol, Geraniol
Geranial, Benzyl Acetate, Geranyl Acetate, Eugenol, Methyl Chavicol, Pinene, Beta-Caryophyllene, Farnasene

Uses
People apply this oil to the skin to promote relaxation, kill bacteria, used as an antiseptic, lower high blood pressure and increase sexual desire. It is also part of a combination spray used to kill head lice. It is also used as flavoring for foods and as a fragrance for cosmetics and soaps.

Organic Certificate – This oil is certified organic by the Soil Association, which means you can be sure that it has been produced to the highest ethical and environmental standards. The Soil Association’s standards exceed the UK government’s minimum requirements for organic products in many areas but particularly in animal welfare, GM and the use of pesticides. Standards are constantly reviewed to ensure they deal with current issues.


Description

Ylang ylang oil is made from the flowers of the herb Cananga odorata genuitn. The sweet, flowery, bright scent uplifts the mood and is know to comfort both the body and mind. It can help regulate oils in the skin and on the scalp to prevent excessive oiliness or dryness. Its also known to help treat head lice when combined with other oils. Ylang Ylang oil is also know to increase sensuality so can be used as an aphrodisiac.

How/Where to Use
Ylang Ylang oil can be used for topical applications or for use in aromatherapy.

Ylang Ylang (Complete) Essential Oil can be used for:

  • Treating Insomnia and mood booster
  • Anti-aging
  • Aphrodisiac Blend
  • Relaxing Bath
  • As an antiseptic
  • Hair Conditioner
  • Treat head lice

This information is presented for informational purposes and is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any illness.


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History of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
Pronounced as “Ee-lang Ee-lang”; the plant can be commonly found in the tropical rain forests of the Philippines, Indonesia, Java, Sumatra, Comoro, and Polynesia. The oil is derived from the steam distillation of the plants star shaped flower plant. There are five varieties of the oil and each one is dependent on the number of hours of its distillation. In the first 1-2 hours of distillation; Ylang Ylang Oil is called Extra, while the succeeding hours are named into Grades I, II and III, by a specific amount of hours used in the extraction. After 6-20 hours, the final variety is made which is dubbed as Ylang Ylang Complete. The term Complete is the result of the continuous undisturbed distillation process. This variety has a more lighter scent compared to the other grades.

Shelf Life and Expiry:
Three year shelf life before opening, use within 6 months once it is opened.

Allergen/Caution
If pregnant, suffering from any medical condition, or taking medication, consult a health care practitioner before use.

  • Avoid eyes and mucus membranes
  • Dilute properly
  • May irritate skin
  • Keep out of reach of children
  • For internal use, consult a qualified aromatherapy practitioner

Our oils are full strength so it should be used with care!

Certification
This oil is certified organic by the Soil Association, which means you can be sure that it has been produced to the highest ethical and environmental standards. The Soil Association’s standards exceed the UK government’s minimum requirements for organic products in many areas but particularly in animal welfare, GM and the use of pesticides. Standards are constantly reviewed to ensure they deal with current issues.

We ensure that each batch of the oil has the finger print of the ingredients in it. GC/MS is a must to be supplied by the reliable laboratory. As we are a team of chemists, we are able to interpret the charts to ensure that the products contain no solvent, or unwanted ingredients. We also measure the density and the optical rotation in the lab to ensure that there is no heavy oils or other contaminants