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Ylang Ylang Flower Oil

Ylang Ylang is the flower of Cananga tree, a fragrant tree that originates in the Philippines. The aroma of this sensual flower helps release feelings of tension and irritation; it does so by naturally calming one’s heartbeat and breathing patterns.

The health benefits of Ylang Ylang oil can be attributed to its properties as an antidepressant, antiseptic, aphrodisiac and sedative substance. The essential oil of Ylang Ylang is extracted by steam distillation of fresh flowers.

In Thailand Ylang Ylang is still one of the most beloved flowers featured in the traditional perfume recipes and is used to make the Thai scented candle to perfume a special type of exotic Thai cookies and desserts.

SCIENTIFIC NAME :

Cananga odorata

PART OF USE :

Essential oil derived from flower

THAI NAME :

Dork Gra-Dang-Ñga

BENEFITS :

Antidepressant, antiseptic and aphrodisiac

INGREDIENT JOURNEY

The Charm of Siamese Blossoms

In the old days this land of smiles was abundantly blessed with many colorful and beautifully scented flowers that allowed the Siamese Ladies to create their own fragrance recipes using the sensuality of those Thai flowers and inspire the poets to deeply describe their dearly beloved women to their glamorous scents.  However, the important role of Thai fragrance recipes had shrunk since the arrival of western perfumes and rapidly faded away from the memory of people of the new generation. We wondered if the Thais would still embrace their local flowes. To answer our curiosity we set out a floral expedition in the neighboring areas.  Surprisingly, we found out that more we walked the more we saw local Thai flowers, planted decoratively on the fence of houses and buildings. Some even grew wild. We asked for a permission to pick those flowers a small handful and went back to our office. And the edge result of that day came right onto the label of this collection including the flowers of Ylang Ylang (Gradang-Nga), Champaca (Chumpa), Bulletwood (Pikul), Ironwood (Boonnak), Lotus (Bua-Luang) and Malila Jasmine.  All diffused sensually trying to win a place in our hearts. This Thai flower expedition made us realize that the ‘happiness’ was so near, but we just have to take a look a little closer, and we would find it right there. Have you already started to look for a simple happiness lying within your reach?  
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