Dr.Jain’s Ylang ylang essential oil
Cananga odorata is one of my favorite oils. Although it’s often only thought of as only a nice-smelling oil, the physical and emotional support ylang ylang can offer is much more than just a room deodorizer. It’s smells overwhelming floral and sweet…in fact the descriptions I’ve read of the aroma include words like “intoxicating”, “cloying”, even “narcotic”, which is interesting since historically it’s said the original wild flower actually had no aroma at all.
Ylang ylang oil is said to work with the cardiovascular, endocrine, and hormonal systems, as well as supporting emotional and spiritual balance. Many of these properties and the potential uses for ylang ylang are those that closely link the body to the emotions or the mind, showing very clearly the min-body connection and how Nature can help our body find balance as a whole.
- Helps balance hormones
- Promotes healthy skin and hair
- Lifts mood while having a calming effect
On a strictly emotional and spiritual level, ylang ylang essential oil is truly the oil of the heart (the best in my opinion). It can help us connect to our own heart, process things from the heart, and heal emotional traumas. It’s also thought to be the oil of the inner child, helping us connect to our own sense of inner joy and being in the moment, as children so easily do. This allows us to play, release bottled up emotions, and move back into our sense of trust in the process of Life.
How to Use Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
Traditionally, ylang ylang essential oil uses these application guidelines. Click the banner to understand what each symbol means and to learn how each is used safely and effectively:
10 ml Rs. 140/-, 5 ml Rs. 100/-