The many uses of Ylang Ylang

The many uses of Ylang Ylang


 Ylang Ylang essential oil is beneficial for many applications, and since it has such a wonderful aroma, you can enjoy using it often.  Ylang Ylang has a sweet, exotic, floral scent that is one of the most sought-after. Ylang Ylang is well suited for use in the perfumery and skincare industries.

The scent of this oil is like aromatic joy, it has a sweet, exotic, floral scent that is one of the most sought-after and can brighten your mood quickly.  It can help chase away feelings of mild depression, can calm the nerves when trying to sleep, and since it’s a mild sedative it’s beneficial for those with chronic fatigue.  It works by decreasing the stress response in the body, naturally calming things like elevated heart rate and high blood pressure.  This means it’s also an excellent oil for those suffering from heart conditions.

Ylang Ylang is known for its skin healing properties.  Added to a carrier oil, this can be massaged into the skin (yes, even of the face) to reduce the look of blemishes and lines, and to give a plumpness and healthy glow.  Not limited to helping you get beautiful skin, this oil can give hair a smooth, soft, shiny texture while also helping to reduce hair loss.  It can be used on the strands as well as massaged onto the scalp.

Since it can help with relaxation, you won’t be surprised to learn that it can help decrease cramping, especially those associated with PMS.  It can help relax those tight muscles as well as ease the mind.  Try rubbing it on the skin of the abdomen with a carrier oil for the best benefit.

It’s even a great social stimulant!  This soft scent can make conversations come more easily, as people in the area can have reduced stress and anxiety.  It can help dissolve feelings of self-consciousness, and even has mild aphrodisiac qualities, so you may want to wear a dash on your next date.

Ylang Ylang can help reduce tension, boost energy, and decrease inflammation as well.  This oil can be used in a diffuser or added to a carrier oil for skin applications but like many essential oils, it is not recommended for use with pregnant women or children.



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