She's got a funky name (pronounced LANG LANG ) and if you look at her, to me, she looks alient like: a flower with fingerlike qulaities opening to grab at your heart.
She has a beauty that is unqiue and that is what the medicine of Ylang Ylang is. Ylang Ylang is the heart healer. She helps with
with heart issues such as rapid or irregular heartbeat and heartache. She is calming and soothing and works perfectly to bring tranqulity to the emotions and matters of the heart. She is uplifting and brightens the heart.
In additional, she promotes restful sleep and helps you rest well. She is also an aphrodisiac encuraging you to be intimate and connect. She helps keep the heart open and work in the powerfully ways it was intended to.
Turn to her to help listen to and heal and maintain the health of your heart: she helps you HEAR the heart and answer life's questions with love. One of my teachers once told me: Ylang Ylang helps you find the answer to the question :“What would love do now?”
The flowers of ylang ylang are used to distill its essential oil. Just like Osmanthus, Ylang Ylang is a tree, however the flowers of the Ylang plant are a lot bigger than Osmanthus. Flowering happens in summers and flowers are harvested with the help of sticks. The flowers are very aromatic and kind of juicy. The best way to distill its essential oil is to distill it completely and let the process finish till end. Ylang Ylang is often used in perfumes but when it is distilled in an essential oil to make plant medicine, more patience good intentions and more time make the oil potent and full of therapeutic properties.
General Safety Information:
Be sure to consult both a doctor and ceritfied aromotherapist on how to use this oil. The above statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This information is for educational purposes only, it is not intended to treat, cure, prevent or, diagnose any disease or condition. Nor is it intended to prescribe in any way. Keep away from eye area. Keep out of reach of children.