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Ylang-ylang Complete (Cananga odorata) Essential Oil

Ylang-ylang Complete (Cananga odorata) Essential Oil

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Plant description

Latin Name : Cananga odorata 
English Name : Ylang-ylang
French Name : Ylang-ylang
Family : Annonaceae 
Origin : Madagascar

History and Origin

This essential oil is extracted from a small tree that comes from Indo-Malaysian tropical areas. Subsequently, the tree was naturalized by the European explorers in most of the tropical islands of the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Ocean. The Latin name of ylang-ylang « Cananga » is simply derived from the original name of the plant in Malay (Kananga ou Kénanga).

The distillation of ylang is special. The first tests were recorded in 1860 by a sailor named Albert Schwenger. The delicate fragrance began to be used in the perfumery field and a unique extraction method was developed. The essential oil is collected in several steps during the distillation process, that is why we can find the names totum, complete (12 to 24 hours of distillation continuously), extra (first hour of distillation), no 2 and no 3.


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Aromatherapy Data Sheet

Distilled Part : Flowers
Extraction : Steam distillation
Oil Characteristics : Yellow pale liquidwith a warm, sweet, heavy, delicate odor with a slightly aniseed note.
Properties : Balancing, antispasmodic+++, sexual tonic+, antidiabetes (adj)+.
Indications : Tachycardia, arterial hypertension ++, sexual asthena, frigidiy+, diabetes.  

Energetic and Emotional Effect 

It tones throat and encourages self-expression in general, particularly sexual expression. 

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A small touch gives a delicate and exotic taste to fruits (strawberries).


Heart note, ylang is largely used in perfumery. 


It can be diffused, but in small quantities; particularly interesting for its flowery voluptuous note allowing relaxation and intimate communication.  


Because of its properties for skin and hair care, it is used in ointments, creams and shampoos. 


Woodrose, orange, bergamot. 










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Recipes and Hints

Recipe for anxiety and stress

  • Drain one tofu block.
  • Mix one drop of ylang ylang essential oil with 2 tablespoons of maple syrup.
  • Pour all the ingredients in a blender with 250g of raspberries and mix until frothy.
  • Put into four glasses and place in the refrigerator for 2 hours.


Hints and tips

3 drops on the neck in case of hypoglycemia.

Safety Data and Contraindications

  • No contraindication known under normal physiological doses.


Lot B-CAODCMDG12Q (2016/07)


Sesquiterpenes: germacrene D (23,95 %), trans trans α-farnesene (11,91 %), β-caryophyllene (3,66 %)

Esters: benzyle benzoate (9,77 %), benzyle acetate (23,95 %)

Monoterpene alcohol: linalool (3,66 %)


Lot B-CAODCMDG07R (2015/10)


Sesquiterpenes: germacrene D (19,93 %), β-caryophyllene (16,48 %), e,e-a-farnesene (8,42 %)

Ester: benzyl benzoate (6,66 %) 


Lot B-CAODCMDG11R (2017/11)


Sesquiterpenes: germacrene D (19,46 %), β-caryophyllene (18,42 %), (E, E)-α-farnesene (13,71 %)

Monoterpene ester: geranyl acetate (6,16 %)


Lot BCAODCMDG09T (2019/09)


Sesquiterpenes: germacrene D (18,87 %), β-caryophyllene (16,68 %), (E, E)-α-farnesene (12,10 %)

Ester: geranyl acetate (7,64 %)

Monoterpene Alcohol: linalool (7,29 %)







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