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||Indonesia, Philippines, Madagascar, Reunion
and Comoro Islands
||The name means "Flower of flowers".
Ylang is used extensively in perfumery and cosmetics. It is
well known for its aphrodisiac effects
||Water or steam distillation from flowers
||Exotic, sweet, soft, floral, intense
perfume; similar to Jasmine but headier.
||Analgeic, Antibiotic, Anti-depressant, Antiseptic,
Anti-spasmodic, Aphrodisiac, Cardio-tonic, Hypotensive, Nervine,
Sedative, Tonic, Balancing, Regulating, Relaxing, Circulatory
||Calming, balancing, regulating,
uplifting/antidepressant, makes the senses more acute, thus
is sometimes considered aphrodisiac.
||Anger, Anxiety High Blood Pressure,
Oily Skin, Dry Skin, Ageing Skin. Loss of sexual appetite.
Stimulates breast growth (especially with geranium oil).
||Bath, massage, diffuser, perfume.
||Arousing, Sensual, Uplifting.
||Use sparingly, and dilute well - the scent is
so intense that using too much can produce headaches and even
nausea; the neat oil can irritate the skin. Avoid if pregnant.
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