Ylang Ylang essential oil benefits us in so many ways. The oil comes from the flowers of the Cananga odorata tree. The sweet, floral fragrance promotes a calming effect. Think Chanel No. 5 and Joy Perfume, as they both have Ylang Ylang as one of their main notes.
With it's calming properties, it helps relieve stress and anxiety, promotes increased circulatory functions, reduces high blood pressure, and is a general solution for hypertension. Another benefit is inducing deeper sleep for your wellness.
Ylang-Ylang has antiseptic properties, and fights intestinal infections, as it builds your immune system. As an astringent (with antiseptic) it is great for the skin. It is also part of a combination spray used to kill head lice.
It makes a very effective skin cleanser. It also acts as a healing agent, regenerating new cell growth in the epidermis. It also regulates your sebum production.
Ylang Ylang can be used an aphrodisiac. As it is a general reduces stress, anxiety, blood pressure, it helps sexual dysfunction. This goes for men and women...you can boost your fertility by using a blend of Ylang Ylang and other oils. Read our information on Romancing with E.Oils. You use Clarey Calm during the first half of the cycle. ClaryCalm is best used from day one (being the first day of bleeding) until ovulation is confirmed (if you are charting your fertility signs) or until day 14. Then, discontinue use after ovulation. Always check with your medical provider before making any changes to your routine.
Clary Calm is a topical blend of clary sage, lavender, bergamot, Roman chamomile, cedarwood, ylang ylang, geranium, fennel, carrot seed, palmarosa and vitex. The Vitex is the "fertility boosting" herb that balances your estrogen. After ovulation you no longer need estrogen so you stop using it.
You do NOT use ClaryCalm during pregnancy, only during the first half of the cycle you are trying to conceive. For best results apply it on the right ankles, which are the reflexology spots for the female reproductive system.
Caution Use Only As Directed: Ylang ylang oil may irritate sensitive skin, and using too much, the strong scent may cause headache or nausea.
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