Uses for Ylang Ylang Oil
Use to calm breathing, for high blood pressure, stimulate circulatory system, and to treat impotence (frigidity).
How to Make Uses for Ylang Ylang Oil
- Aromatherapy: 3 drops in an oil burner
Bath Oil: 3-4 drops in a full bath
Body Lotion: 4 drops to 1 T. in a good base oil such as jojoba
Facial Oil: 2 drops to 1 T. in a good base oil
Perfume: 8 drops to 1 T. in a good base oil
- Primary Aromatherapy Methods:
•inhalation – add two or three drops of essential oil to a bowl of steaming hot water and breathe in the steam for a few minutes with a towel draped over your head to capture the steam with the essences.
•vaporization – the most preferred method of vaporization is to add pure essential oils to a nebulizing diffuser for dispersing micron-sized particulates into your immediate environment for aromatherapy benefits.
•bathing – add four to six drops of pure essential oils to a hot bath along with a dispersant (such as alcohol or milk) to break up the oil on the surface of the water, which avoids the oil sensitizing your skin. Or, alternatively, you can add 1 teaspoon of golden jojoba, as the carrier oil of choice, to protect the skin.
•massage – using 15 to 20 drops of pure essential oil in 1 ounce of massage oil base is one of the most relaxing and therapeutic ways to receive the aromatherapy benefits of the oils, along with the detoxification of the body through lymph drainage and the stimulation of the entire circulatory system.
•spray – adding 1 teaspoon of essential oils to 7 ounces of distilled water along with 1 ounce of vodka or 90% isopropyl alcohol (to emulsify the oils) and then spray on bedding, linens, towels, and use as a room spray to deodorize and disinfect the air.