Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil Comores
A very diversely beneficial aromatherapy oil, Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil Comores offers considerable support to endocrine, circulatory cardiovascular, and digestive systems. It is also supportive of immune function, mental & emotional health as well as reproductive function.
Ylang Ylang I Aromatherapy Oil is well known for reducing emotional and physical tension. It is one of the go-to essential oils for women hoping to ease problematic periods.
But, men love Ylang Ylang One Essential Oil too. Not only is it an aphrodisiac, but it is also thought to improve the function of erectile tissue in both men and women, making intimacy more physically pleasurable.
The health benefits of Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil are the same as other versions of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil. Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil only differs aromatically, and in strength… but even then only very slightly. You will need a little more of Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil to achieve the same results of the stronger versions of this oil.
Ylang Ylang One Essential Oil Health Benefits
Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil health benefits are thought to include: Anti-ageing + antibacterial + antidepressant + antifungal + anti-inflammatory + antioxidant + anti-parasitic + antiseptic + antispasmodic + anti-tumour + antiviral + aphrodisiac + calmative (reduces intestinal gas) + emmenagog (stimulates menstrual bleeding) + emollient (softens & soothes skin) + euphoriant (emotionally uplifting) + hypotensive (lowers blood pressure) + moisturiser + nervine (calms nerves) + relaxant (reduces emotional tension) + sedative + tonic
For more information please consult the Glossary Of Terms.
Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil Traditional Health Benefits
Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil traditional health benefits are thought to include:
- Lowers heart rate + reduces the stress response + elevates mood
- Reducing hypertension + palpitations
- Cardiovascular strengthening + heart beat & blood pressure regulation
- Restoring gut health
- Boosting immunity
- Autoimmune conditions + reducing inflammation
- Anxiety + depression + perfectionism
- Increasing libido + improving erectile tissue function + relieving frigidity
- Prevents peripheral nerve damage in diabetics
- Reduces cytotoxicity (protects cells from toxins) + reducing oxidative stress + DNA damage
Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil For Skincare
Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil is thought to help with all of the following skincare issues:
- Reducing symptoms of Acne + Eczema + Psoriasis
- Reducing oily skin
- Anti-ageing + moisturising + smoothing irritated skin
- Anti-tumour + reduces oxidative stress which can lead to abnormal cell growth
- Thickening hair + dandruff reduction + natural conditioner
- Head lice
- Warts + Boils
- Dark spots
- Reducing irritation from insect bites + contact irritations
- Wound healing
- Prevents replication of common viruses including Herpes Simplex Viruses 1 & 2
Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil For Hair Growth
Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil is one of three essential oils which promote healthy hair growth. Rosemary Essential Oil and Lavender Essential Oil are the others. Just add a few of drops of Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil along with Rosemary Essential Oil and Lavender Essential Oil to your regular shampoo and/or conditioner to reap these benefits.
*Lavender Essential Oil is optional, but would help.
*Biotin, or Vitamin B7, supports healthy hair growth and nails. We like Swiss Bioenergetics for supplements.
Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil Aroma
Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil possesses an intoxicating, exotic, seductive floral aroma. It is one of the most popular essential oils for the purposes of diffusion.
Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil is a base to middle note in perfumery, just like all of the other Ylang Ylang Essential Oils.
*Ylang Ylang Essential Oil is a key perfumery ingredient in Chanel No. 5. However, Chanel most likely use Ylang Ylang Extra Essential Oil or Ylang Ylang Complete Essential Oil rather than Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil.
Wild As The Wind Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil
Wild As The Wind Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil is a premium quality aromatherapy oil, suitable for therapeutic purposes.
- INCI: Cananga odorata
- Plant Family: Annonaceae
- Extraction Method: Steam distilled
- Parts Used: Flowers
- Appearance: Pale yellow, middle consistency
- Perfumery Note: Middle / Base
- Chemical family: Esters, Sesquiterpenes
- Origin: Comores
- Shelf Life: 6 – 7 years
How Ylang Ylang One Essential Oil Comores Is Made
Ylang Ylang I Aromatherapy Oil Comores is obtained after the extraction of all of the other levels of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil, of which there are five in total. One of the versions of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil is a blend of the other four oils. This is known as Ylang Ylang Complete Essential Oil.
The process of distillation used to extract the four different unblended essential oils from the Ylang Ylang flowers takes 14 hours.
The four different draughts of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil are extracted at different stages in the process. Ylang Ylang Extra Essential Oil is the first draught of essential oil to be produced. After this comes the following:
- Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil
- Ylang Ylang II Essential Oil
- Ylang Ylang III Essential Oil
Ylang Ylang Complete Essential Oil, being made as a combination of all four Ylang Ylang Essential Oils, can only be made at the end of the completed distilation process.
Then there is Cananga Essential Oil!
Cananga Essential Oil is made from the same species of plant as those used to make Ylang Ylang Essential oil, but, from a slightly different variety.
Cananga Essential Oil is even very aromatically similar to Ylang Ylang Essential Oil… it’s essentially just a more toned down version of the same scent, which is preferred by some.
But, the real beauty of Cananga Essential Oil is it’s bountiful anti-inflammatory abilities, which equal those of Copaiba Essential oil…
This following feedback about Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil and Cananga Essential Oil, (originally submitted via the review section of the Cananga Essential Oil page), vouches for the efficacy of both aromatherapy oils, but defines the subtle differences.
Cananga Essential Oil is a fantastic addition to [our] ‘Wild’ essential oil collection. It is very helpful for pain relief just like copaibia but with an uplifting mood effect as an added bonus for us.
The pain my wife suffers from is early osteoporosis and a frozen shoulder, I have a stiff hip that manifests after too much physical hard work.
My wife has really appreciated the massage oil, which has really aided her frozen shoulder, either made with 2 drops of copaibia essential oil or cananga essential oil. Both are as equally good as each other.
Also, when taken orally, 2 drops morning and night, we found that the copaibia essential oil is more calming emotionally whereas the cananga essential oil provides more of an up mood.
Thank you, again, Rachel
For: Amie, Dorchester, Dorset
Just like Cananga Essential Oil, Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil interacts with our Endocannabinoid system, pairing itself with the CB2 receptors located in our peripheral organs and immune system, particularly in the digestive track.
Essential Oil Buying Options
There a good number of options within the Wild As The Wind Shop where all three of these essential oils are concerned.
There are several versions of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil to choose from, (up to 8 options). The same is true of Rosemary Essential Oil, (c. three options) and approximately seven Lavender Essential Oil options.
Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil Blends Well With
- Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil
- Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil
- Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil
- Clary Sage Essential Oil
- Clove Bud Essential Oil
- Clove Leaf Essential Oil
- Elemi Essential Oil
- Fragonia Essential Oil
- Frankincense Carterii Essential Oil
- Frankincense Serrata Essential Oil
- Geranium Essential Oil
- Geranium Rose Essential Oil
- Ginger Essential Oil
- Organic Essential Oil
- Lavandin Super Essential Oil
- Lavender Spike Essential Oil
- Lavender High Altitude Essential Oil
- Lavender Maillette Essential Oil
- Lavender True Essential Oil
- Organic Lemon Essential Oil
- Organic Mandarin Essential Oil
- Marjoram Wild Essential Oil
- Organic Sweet Orange Essential Oil
- Palmarosa Essential Oil
- Patchouli Essential Oil
- Patchouli Light Essential Oil
- Patchouli Dark Essential Oil
- Rosemary Cineol Essential Oil
- Sandalwood Essential Oil
- Vetiver Essential Oil
Ylang Ylang One Essential Oil Contraindications
All Ylang Ylang Essential Oils share the same cautions and contraindications.
There is a slight risk of skin irritation, even when diluted correctly in a good quality carrier oil.
Tisserand and Young advocate a maximum dilution of 0.8% and that it should be avoided by those with hypersensitive / diseased / damaged skin.
- Pregnant women should avoid using Ylang Ylang Essential Oil in the first trimester.
- To be avoided in infants under two years of age.Use sparingly as Ylang Ylang Essential Oil can cause reactions & sensitivities if over-used.
- Seek medical advice before using Ylang Ylang if you have low blood pressure or a heart condition.
- May cause headaches.
- Avoid contact with eyes and inner ears.
- Always keep essential oils out of reach of children.
Consult How To Use Essential Oils for more information about using essential oils safely.
Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil Adulteration
Gurjum Essential Oil is sometimes used as an adulterant of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil, particularly the more expensive varieties, like Ylang Ylang Extra Essential Oil and Ylang Ylang Complete Essential Oil.
But, Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil is still pretty pricey compared to Gurjun Essential Oil, and so it isn’t spared by ruthless profiteers.
If you buy an adulterated Ylang Ylang Essential Oil, then you would do well to buy one that is cut with Gurjum Essential Oil. Gurjum Aromatherapy Oil is a much less expensive oil, but it is an amazingly beneficial one, with a lovely aroma.
All of the superior versions of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil are cut with Ylang Ylang I Essential including Ylang Ylang II Essential and Ylang Ylang I Essential Oil, when Ylang Ylang Oil is used for adulteration purposes.
However, this is not as bad as it gets by any means… Sadly, much more deplorable methods of adulterating essential oils for profit are very common. Often synthetic isolates and other toxic substances are used, rendering the once beautiful, healing essential oils, dangerous and potentially poisonous.
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils are premium quality, therapeutic grade aromatherapy oils.
Professional therapists use Wild As The Wind Essential Oils, including Osteopaths and Massage Therapists.
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils are also used domestically, for home remedies as well as in green cleaning products etc.
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils Are Suitable For:
- Diffusing & nebulising
- Diluting to make body & bath oils (1% dilution)
- Using in your household first aid kit (average 2% dilution)
- Adding to your shampoos, conditioners & liquid soaps (5 drops per 100ml)
- Diluting to make face oils (2% dilution)
- Formulating effective household cleaners & sanitisers (average 5% dilution)
Please consult How To Use Essential Oils for more information on how to use aromatherapy oils, and how to blend them.
However, not all essential oils are suitable for all applications. For this reason you must read the specific safety advice, including cautions and contraindications, for the specific essential oils you intend to use.
Wild As The Wind Customer Ratings:
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Wild As The Wind Essential Oil Availability
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils are available in the UK.
Wild As The Wind Customer Guarantees
Wild As The Wind essential oils are cruelty-free & vegan friendly. They are also some of the purest, most bio-active essential oils in the world.