Ylang Ylang # 1

Ylang Ylang # 1
Botanical Name: Cananga odorata
Country of Origin: Madagascar
Method of Cultivation: Organic Not Certified
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Plant Material Used: Freshly picked flowers (in the morning)

CAS: 8006-81-3
Flash Point: 86 degrees C
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Appearance: A clear liquid - yellow to dark yellow
Odor: Characteristic

Ylang Ylang has been called the 'poor man's jasmine'. which Arctander strongly resents!
He would rather it be called 'everybody's ylang-ylang'.

Ylang Ylang #1 is the 'premiere' .

The many Ylang Ylang:

- Ylang Ylang Extra - first distillation - usually the first 30 to 45% of the total distillate
- Ylang Ylang # 1 - called the premiere
- Ylang Ylang # 3
- Ylang Ylang Complete

Ylang Ylang is a very important material used in perfumery.
Though I must say .. Ylang Extra is way to 'heady' for me.
However, is used in many high end perfumes.
I prefer blending with either Ylang # 1 or Ylang # 3.
Which to me is much softer and not so 'in your face' .

Blends well with: bergamot, resins (such as benzoin, peru balsam and spices such as
cinnamon and close , florals (such as jasmine) blends perfectly with Sandalwood and cedarwoods.

Caution:
Excessive use may cause headaches or nausea.
External use ONLY.
Do NOT use undiluted on the skin.
Store away from children & pets.

Ref:
S. Arctander - Perfume and Flavor Materials of Natural Origin 1 - pgs 668 - 671
S. Battaglia - the Complete Guide to Aromatherapy Vol 1 - pg. 602
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