Therapeutic quality  Ylang Ylang essential oil is made from the flowers of the herb Cananga odorata hooker and Thomson forma Gunuina. People apply ylang ylang oil to the skin to promote relaxation, kill bacteria, lower high blood pressure.

This is much more superior Ylang Ylang Extra than the ones we find in the market, buyers are required to do their homework before buying this expensive oil. We carry one of the best Ylang Ylang Extra essential oil and trust us, you won’t be disappointed in our claim.

Produced by the steam distillation of the flowers of Cananga odorata & Thomson foma Genuina and subsequent blending with other natural extractives of Ylang Ylang. This is Ylang Ylang Extra, much superior to any other grades of Ylang Ylang.

Ylang ylang has been widely used to serve numerous purposes. In the Philippines, ylang ylang flowers grow naturally and healers have for a long time used the plant’s oil in ointments to disinfect and treat cuts, snakebites, insect stings, and burns.

In the Molucca islands, people use ylang ylang oil as the major constituent in Macassar oil – a hair pomade that later became so common in Victorian England. Since time in memorial, Indonesians still decorate the beds of newlyweds on their wedding night as they have aphrodisiac qualities.

All the tree’s parts have a celebrated history in both the east and the west. While this herb is indigenous to Indo-Malaysia, it has spread to numerous parts of the world including Comoros Islands, Madagascar, Micronesia, Melanesia, and Polynesia.

In the early 20th century, popular French chemists discovered the numerous medicinal properties of Ylang ylang essential oil hence its widespread use across the globe.

Ylang ylang tree grows in either partial or full sun, preferably acidic soil and is cultivated under conservatory conditions in temperate climates. Its botanical name is Cananga odorata; it is known to be a fast growing tree belonging to the custard apple family identified as Annonaceae.

It grows up to a height of 16 feet and can attain an average height of 39 feet under the ideal climatic conditions. It consists of evergreen leaves that are uniquely smooth and glossy, oval in shape and pointed with characteristic wavy margins. Its flowers are droopy, long-stalked with particularly six yellowish-green petals that yield a highly scented essential oil.


Botanical name : Cananga Odorata

Plant Part: Flowers

Extraction Method: Steam distilled

Odor and Appearance: A yellow liquid with a floral odor.

County of Origin: France

Main Constituents: Ylang Ylang Extra essential oil, derived from the flowers of the Cananga odorata tree, contains various chemical constituents that contribute to its unique aroma and potential therapeutic properties. The major constituents found in Ylang Ylang Extra oil include Germacrene D, β-Caryophyllene, Germacrene B, Benzyl acetate, Linalool, Germacrene D-4-ol.

Common Uses: Ylang Ylang Extra essential oil is highly valued for its rich floral aroma and potential therapeutic properties. It finds various uses in aromatherapy, skincare, and personal care products

Note: Ylang Ylang Extra is known for its luxurious and sophisticated fragrance that is highly valued in the perfume industry. Its multi-faceted scent makes it versatile and suitable for a wide range of applications, from perfumes and personal care products to aromatherapy blends. The distinct sweet, floral, and exotic notes of Ylang Ylang Extra create an enchanting and alluring aroma experience.

Blend Well With: Ylang-ylang Extra essential oil blends well with a variety of other essential oils, enhancing their fragrance and creating unique aromatic combinations. Some essential oils that blend harmoniously with Ylang-ylang Complete include Lavender, Bergamot, Geranium, Patchouli, Jasmine, Sandalwood.


Ylang ylang essential oil is considered safe to use both externally and internally. However, caution should be taken while using this oil as it may cause headaches, especially when used in high concentrations. High levels on the skin might also cause irritation, so it is advisable to carry out a patch test before further use.

You should also practice caution when dealing with low blood pressure or under medication. Consult with your doctor before including ylang ylang in your daily medical routine.

All in all, ylang ylang is safe for children, pregnant or breastfeeding women when consumed or used in small doses or quantities.

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