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The ylang-ylang is a fragrance for the senses, mysterious and seductive – lets you enjoy the beautiful side of life.
Ylang-Ylang is an incomparably feminine, intense fragrance with a sensual and captivating charisma. The scent has a balancing, strengthening and self-enhancing effect. It makes you easier to let go of fears and anxieties. It relieves nervousness and stress, promotes inner balance and creativity. Due to its protective and nourishing properties, ylang-ylang is often used in fine products for skin and hair care.
The scent of this blossom, which is also called the “flower of flowers”, stands for joie de vivre (joy of live), harmony and sensuality. Hence it is an old tradition in Indonesia that bride and groom give each other ylang-ylang flowers. Similar to jasmine, ylang-ylang is a constant companion in religious ceremonies in Asia.
The European cosmetics industry is also aware of the popularity of this fragrance. The sweet-flowery ylang-ylang is the basic fragrance of the world-famous perfume “Chanel No. 5 “.
Available in pharmacies and online pharmacies in Germany (call-off number/PZN: 16486766)
High-quality, certified ingredients from seletcted suppliers are used
Pharmacists’ knowledge brings botanical ingredients to optimal effect
100% natural – from regional sources, without chemical-synthetic additives, no animal testing
The ylang-ylang oil can be used in combination of other essential oils:
Eucalyptus Oil – Anti-inflammatory against common cold discomforts
Lavender Oil – Harmonising and relaxing; improve sleeping quality
Lemongrass Oil – Improving concentration, wound-healing and antiseptic on insect bites
Orange Oil – Mind-brightening and stress-relieving
Peppermint Oil – Cooling, refreshing and soothening against headaches and cold symptoms
Rosemary Oil – Stimulative and activating concentration and creativity
Tea Tree Oil – Stabilising psyche and improving self- Supports immune system
Frankincense Oil – Assisting meditation and mind-focusing
Citron Oil – Refreshing and concentration facilitating for studying and working space
Ylang-Ylang is originated in Indonesia and the Philippines. Today, the evergreen plant, which can reach heights of up to 25 meters, is also cultivated in other countries. Almost all parts of the plant can be used: from the beautiful yellow flowers, that the popular essential oil is obtained, to the wood of the tree used for building. The flowers and the oil are used in Asian folk medicine.
This lovely oil stimulates the senses and has a relaxing effect. It can also have a soothing effect on negative emotions such as anger, furiousness, rage, and mood-lifting effect in a bad mood and fears.
Even with physical discomforts, especially when associated with inner tension, you can try to get relief with the use of Ylang-Ylang. Typical areas of application are sleep disorders, menstrual cramps, premenstrual syndrome, headaches, high blood pressure and increased palpitations.
Note: Please consult physician’s advice when discomfort persists.
The balancing effect and the magical fragrance make ylang-ylang one of the most popular essential oils. It puts you back in the middle when the hectic pace of everyday life pulls your nerves and your body reacts with symptoms of tension – try it out!
Ylang-ylang can increase the release of the happiness hormones serotonin and endorphin. Serotonin plays a central role for memory, concentration, sleep and – like endorphins – for the sensation of pain.
On a physical level, it can be used for these vegetative diseases:
Ylang-ylang oil – a fragrance so incomparably floral, mysterious and seductive – stimulates the senses and sensuality. This oil takes you into a magical oriental world. It helps you enjoy the beautiful side of life by relieving stress and anxiety, promoting a positive mood and trust. If you are looking for a natural way to alleviate restlessness and sleep disorders, listlessness or vegetative heart problems, try ylang-ylang oil and let its effects convince you.
Advice from professional aromatherapist should be consulted in advance for the application of ylang-ylang oil during pregnancy and with children.