Ylang Ylang Madagascar Extra Essential OIl

Ylang Ylang Madagascar Extra Essential OIl

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Ylang Ylang Extra Essential Oil

Active Ingredient:  Linalool: 23.7% , Geranyl acetate: 9.8%, β-caryophyllene: 7.3%, Germacrene-D: 7.8%

Botanical Name: Cananga Odorata

Plant Part: Flowers

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Origin: France

Description: Cananga Odorata or Ylang-ylang, is a member of the annonaceae family of plants growing in tropical Asia. Ylang-ylang Oil is distilled from the Canaga tree's greenish-yellow, starfish-shaped flowers, produced year-round. There are several grades of Ylang-ylang Essential Oil which are extracted at different times during the flower's lengthy distillation. These grades are referred to as extra, I, II, & III. The Ylang-ylang extra is drawn off during the first phase and is generally considered the best quality for aromatherapy and perfumery. However, grades I, II & III should not be considered inferior, and the premier grade is so expensive that it is rarely produced.

Color: Pale to golden yellow clear liquid.

Common Uses: Due to its ability to anchor perfumes and blend with a variety of other scents, Ylang-ylang Oil is primarily used by fragrance manufactures today. In aromatherapy, Ylang-ylang is considered to be an aphrodisiac and is often used as a substitute for the more expensive jasmine. It also evokes feelings of deep, languid calm that melt away anxiety, tension and stress. Ylang-ylang tends to predominate, so it should be used in small amounts on its own or when blending with other oils.

Consistency: Thin

Note: Middle

Strength of Aroma: Medium

Blends well with: Bergamot, Grapefruit, Lavender, Neroli, Rosewood, and Sandalwood.

Aromatic Scent: Ylang-ylang Extra Essential Oil has a sweet, exotic, floral scent that is one of the most sought after aromas.

History: Ylang-ylang is often referred to as "poor man's jasmine". In Indonesia, Ylang-ylang flower petals are strewn upon the bed of newlywed couples. Ylang-ylang was a popular ingredient of hair preparations in Europe and was known as Macassar oil.

 

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Ylang Ylang extra

Active Ingredient:  Linalool: 23.7% , Geranyl acetate: 9.8%, β-caryophyllene: 7.3%, Germacrene-D: 7.8%

Botanical Name: Cananga odorata                Plant Part: Flowers

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled               Origin: France

Description: Cananga odorata or Ylang-ylang, is a member of the annonaceae family of plants growing in tropical Asia. Ylang-ylang Oil is distilled from the cananga tree's greenish-yellow, starfish-shaped flowers, produced year-round. There are several grades of Ylang-ylang Essential Oil which are extracted at different times during the flower's lengthy distillation. These grades are referred to as extra, I, II, & III. The Ylang-ylang extra is drawn off during the first phase and is generally considered the best quality for aromatherapy and perfumery. However, grades I, II & III should not be considered inferior, and the premier grade is so expensive that it is rarely produced.

Color: Pale to golden yellow clear liquid.

Common Uses: Due to its ability to anchor perfumes and blend with a variety of other scents, Ylang-ylang Oil is primarily used by fragrance manufactures today. In aromatherapy, Ylang-ylang is considered to be an aphrodisiac and is often used as a substitute for the more expensive jasmine. It also evokes feelings of deep, languid calm that melt away anxiety, tension and stress. Ylang-ylang tends to predominate, so it should be used in small amounts on its own or when blending with other oils.

Consistency: Thin              Note: Middle        Strength of Aroma: Medium

Blends well with: Bergamot, Grapefruit, Lavender, Neroli, Rosewood, and Sandalwood.

Aromatic Scent: Ylang-ylang Extra Essential Oil has a sweet, exotic, floral scent that is one of the most sought after aromas.

History: Ylang-ylang is often referred to as "poor man's jasmine". In Indonesia, Ylang-ylang flower petals are strewn upon the bed of newlywed couples. Ylang-ylang was a popular ingredient of hair preparations in Europe and was known as Macassar oil.