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Ylang Ylang Essential oil/10ml

Ylang Ylang Essential oil/10ml

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What is Ylang Ylang essential oil: Ylang-Ylang is a tree with evergreen foliage that can reach 30 m in height. The yellow flowers in clusters are particularly fragrant. Originating from the tropical regions of the Indo-Pacific zone, Yang Ylang, whose etymology means "flowers of flowers", is a tree with superb inflorescence and exceptional fragrance. This plant has been gradually introduced in various Pacific islands as an ornamental tree, then in the islands of the Indian Ocean, particularly Madagascar, Mayotte and the Comoros, where it is still today massively exploited for its oil essential. It has long been the subject of great greed among French perfumers, mention only Chanel as an example, but its therapeutic use has since seduced a whole other clientele. Ylang Ylang essential oil is mainly used for its soothing and relaxing properties. Its ability to relieve muscle pain and states of inner turmoil make it a true jewel of aromatherapy. Traditionally known for its aphrodisiac properties, it also has a tonic activity on the cutaneous and capillary levels powerful enough to restore radiance to tired skin and dull hair. Ylang Ylang essential oil is one of the loveliest and most fragrant of all the essential oils. While they can all boast of bountiful benefits and beautiful scents, Ylang Ylang has the distinction of being the main contributor to the scent of the world-famous perfume, Chanel No. 5. Aside from the scent-sational smell, Ylang Ylang has a plethora of wonders that it can perform if given the opportunity.     Technical Data: Common name: Ylang-ylang  Latin name: Cananga odorata  Appearance: Clear liquid Color: Pale yellow Odor: Fresh jasmine-like sweet floral odor Botanical Family: Annonaceae Organ:  fresh flowers Processing Method: Steam distillation. Type: 100% pure. Origin: (country where the plant is grown): Madagascar, Comoros, Reunion, Indonesia, Philippines, And Malaysia Preferred uses: Dermal, respiratory tract    Chemical composition: Main chemical compounds: Sesquiterpenes (Germacrene, Beta-caryophyllene) 40 to 60% Esters (benzyl benzoate) 30 to 40% Other chemical compounds: Monoterpenols (Linalool) 8 to 12% Phenols methyl-ethers (Cresol) 10 to 15% Physical characteristics: Density at 20 ° C: 0.920 to 0.950 Refractive index at 20 ° C: 1.495 to 1.515 Rotatory power at 20 ° C: -50 ° to -30 ° Flash point: + 87 ° C Storage Conditions: Keep away from humidity in a fresh place. Keep container closed after using. Keep away from food and drink, including those for animals. First Aid Measures: INGESTION : Do not try to vomit. Rinse mouth. Consult a doctor. EYE CONTACT : Wash immediately and abundantly the eyes with a good running water at low pressure. Consult an ophthalmologist. SKIN CONTACT : Sprinkle abundantly with water during at least 15 minutes.  INHALATION : Remove victim to fresh air Properties of the Ylang Ylang essential oil: IN HEALTH Antispasmodic  Calming heart  Hypotensive  Hair Tonic  Invigorating and regenerating skin  WELL-BEING Antidepressant  Psychic and physical antifatigue  Soothing  Nervous balancing  Sexual stimulant  IN BEAUTY Cell regenerator and antiseptic  Seboregulator Hair Tonic  Pest Control  Indications of Ylang Ylang essential oil: Relaxing action and anti-stress: To relax, you will be careful to choose the right route of administration either by inhalation or massage, depending on the desired mental action Alone or in combination with other anxiolytic or sedative essential oils such as lavender, sweet orange, tangerine or incense, you can: Massage with a 5% mixture diluted in a fluid vegetable oil of your choice. take a scented bath: 8 to 15 drops of essential oil to disperse using a dispersant for the bath or in a cap of shower gel. Diffuse 5 to 10 drops.    Nocturnal awakenings with anxieties: In application on the wrists and the plexus, ideally with a roll on, diluted 5 to 10% in a vegetable oil of your choice. If necessary, we can associate noble chamomile and / or bergamot taking care not to exceed a dilution of 10% maximum (beware of the risk of photosensitivity of bergamot) Overwork, irritability:  In massage diluted to 10% in a vegetable oil of your choice, or in olfaction according to the circumstances, alone or associated with noble Chamomile.    Anxiety at work: In olfaction, a few drops on a handkerchief or in an olfactory stick. Cardiovascular disorders: Ylang-Ylang is said to have hypotensive, calming, sedative and bradycardic properties. Because of its action on the sympathetic tone, the Ylang Ylang essential oil actually causes a slight decrease in the heart rate and blood pressure. In the case of slightly elevated blood pressure, especially if it is related to stress or nervousness, if you experience cardiac events when you are stressed, such as palpitations or heart accelerations. (It is of course advisable to check with a doctor beforehand that there is no underlying cardiac disorder) Palpitations, arrhythmia: In massage at the level of the solar plexus, diluted to 10% in a vegetable oil of your choice, or in olfaction, depending on the circumstances (check first with your doctor that there is no underlying disorder). Light spike in tension: In times of stress, take a drop of Ylang Ylang every morning on a suitable support such as a neutral tablet, a half-sugar, a teaspoon of honey or a teaspoon of vegetable oil. Prolonged cure not recommended. If symptoms persist, consult a doctor. Beauty and skin disorders: From a therapeutic and cosmetic point of view, Ylang Ylang has anti-inflammatory and healing properties, as well as moderate antimicrobial activity. Linalool is also known for its tonic and astringent properties.  Thus we will find Ylang Ylang essential oil in care: To beautify skin and hair. To reduce body odor To treat acne, mixed or oily skin: various authors often put forward a sebo-regulatory action of Ylang. In local application: mix 4 drops of Manuka essential oil and 6 drops of Ylang in your day cream skin (50gr)     Radiance of the skin:  In local application, a drop in your usual day cream or a dozen drops in your skin cream (50gr) Care of dry and damaged hair: Before the shower, on the whole of the hair, apply a treatment based on coconut oil that you let melt in the hollow of your hand and to which you will have added 2 to 3 drops of essential oil of Ylang ylang. Leave for 5 to 10 minutes, then make your usual shampoo. Female troubles: In many islands of the Pacific or the Indian Ocean, Ylang Ylang accompanies women, especially during intimate problems, for example in case of vaginal discharge (leucorrhea) or as an aphrodisiac, in anticipation of sexual intercourse, for reduce anxiety and increase euphoria. Sexual asthenia, lack of sexual appetite: Alone or in combination with a sweet orange essential oil (zest) or a drop of vanilla extract, massage with a 5% mixture diluted in a vegetable oil of your choice. Painful Rules, Dysmenorrhea: Massage the lower abdomen with 4 drops of Ylang Ylang diluted in a teaspoon of vegetable oil of your choice. Other indications: Anti-pain property The presence in particular of sesquiterpenes and ester gives this essential oil anti-pain and anti-inflammatory properties that may be useful in the case of low back pain, or other types of chronic pain. The combination of the analgesic properties of Ylang Ylang essential oil and its special relaxing and psycho-emotional effects make it a valued essential oil that is regularly present in the aroma-therapeutic arsenal in palliative care services. 'Hospital’. Anti-spasmodic property The anti-spasmodic properties can also be used in the case of gastric or gynecological digestive spasms. Respiratory spasm: Dilute 10-20% in a vegetable oil to massage the thorax and spine. In olfaction, diffusion or inhalation Synergies with ylang-ylang essential oil: With true lavender essential oil for a hypotensive action. With the essential oil of petit grain bitter orange to fight against spasms and calm down. With rosemary essential oil to cineole for hair loss. With essential oils of cedarwood, sandalwood, black pepper, Ho wood for diffusion. With the essential oil of lemon verbena to fight against the latent depression. With the essential oils of cade, or cryptomer against cutaneous parasites. Precautions with Ylang Ylang essential oil: In order to meet the different requirements of the market, different HE qualities, 5 in total, exist. These qualities correspond to the different fractions obtained during the distillation. The first 2 fractions, Superior Extra grade and Extra, obtained in the first 2 hours, represent the fractions richest in odorous molecules: they therefore have the recommended quality in perfumery: the major compounds are linalool, para-methyl anisole, methyl benzoate, benzyl acetate, geranyl acetate ... Precautions of use: The essential oil of ylang-ylang should not be used dermally by pregnant women, or by those who are breastfeeding. Children under 6 years old can not use it. As a precautionary principle, it will always be used diluted (max 20%). Practice 24 hours before the first use a skin test in the bend of the elbow to check for an eventual allergy. For people with dermatitis, it is best not to use Ylang or limit its concentration to 0.5-1%. Toxicological aspects: Whatever the route of administration, oral, respiratory or skin, the essential oil of Ylang does not induce significant toxicity. Subchronic inhalation exposure data show no effect. A risk of irritation is still possible and it will not be necessary to use dilutions greater than 20%. Given the presence in the essential oil of various allergens subject to notification (benzyl benzoate, benzyl salicylate, farnesol, geraniol, benzyl alcohol, eugenol and isoeugenol), the risk of sensitization (allergy) must be taken into account, in especially in people with dermatitis. WARNING: This sheet does not replace a pharmaceutical or medical opinion. In case of doubt or need, it is always advisable to consult a doctor. Essential oils can not replace drug treatment without prior medical or pharmaceutical advice.

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