Ylang Ylang Oil

Our high-quality, organic Ylang Ylang oil (Cananga odorata) is 100% natural and comes from controlled organic cultivation in tropical Madagascar. Gently produced distillate from only fresh, hand-harvested flowers by a local farm. 10ml
Botanical Name Cananga odorata
Purity 100% natural essential oil
Organic quality Controlled organic cultivation since 2019
Harvest Pure hand harvesting throughout the year
Processing Gentle steam distillation within 24 hours, from fresh inflorescences.
Terroir Nosy Be, Madagascar
Elevation 450m
Origin Directly from a cooperative and farm specialized in hand harvesting in tropical Madagascar
Fragrance aromatic, flowery-sweet, mild-spicy
Effect relaxing, anxiety-relieving, mood-lifting, balancing, sensual
Allergens Benzyl benzoate, Benzyl salicylate, Linalool, Farnesol, Geraniol

Delivery : 1–3 business days

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€1,490.00 / 1l
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Finest Origin - Highest Grade

This ylang ylang oil comes from controlled organic cultivation in Nosy Be, a small tropical island in the Indian Ocean off Madagascar. The tropical climate with lots of sun and humidity, as well as maritime influences give the trees the ideal conditions for their growth and the development of the multifaceted aromas of the flowers. Ingredients such as Germacrene D, beta-Caryophyllene and Geranyl acetate can develop in a harmonious relationship. The star-shaped flowers are collected by hand throughout the year and carefully distilled within 24 hours. The complete goes through the entire distillation process of about 24 hours and therefore has an unusual combination of sesquiterpenes and aromatic esters. The many years of experience, passion and love for the controlled organic cultivation of the Ylang Ylang trees and the production of the essential oil are reflected in its special quality.


We obtain this essential oil from a cooperative founded around 2005 in the heart of Madagascar. It works with small farms distributed throughout the country, which grow the various essential oil plants individually according to their climatic requirements or harvest them by hand through wild collection. After harvesting, the oils are distilled on site using steam. In addition, our manufacturer is committed to various social projects, such as reforestation and workshops for children and adults in Madagascar. The oils are produced according to EU organic standards and are certified with the EU organic seal.

Ylang Ylang

Ylang Ylang (Cananga odorata) is a tropical evergreen tree that belongs to the family of annonaceae, the largest family of magnolia species. Its original distribution is in the region of Oceania and today it is cultivated in many countries of the tropical and subtropical climatic zone, such as, for example, the Comoros or Madagascar. The tree has a growth height of up to 20 meters and bears yellowish-green, strongly fragrant flowers that can reach a diameter of up to 8 cm. The coveted, exotic-sweet smelling essential oil is extracted from the flowers by steam distillation. The extraction of the oil takes place in stages over a period of 24 hours and, depending on the duration, defines the different notes and modes of action of the complex, natural ingredients.


This sweet-floral, intensely beguiling fragrance supports relaxation and has a strengthening effect on the nerves. It initiates a positive attitude, gives warmth and security for body, mind and soul.

Product Details


100% natural Cananga odorata essential oil

Application instructions

- Cosmetic
- Should only be used by experienced therapists
- Cosmetic
- Do not use essential oil undiluted
- Keep out of reach of children
- If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, allergic, epileptic or undergoing medical treatment, please consult your doctor before use.
- Avoid contact with eyes, skin and mucous membranes.


Amber glass bottle protected from light and oxidation (no plasticizers, BPA).

Cosmetic Certification

COSMOS ORGANIC certified according to the COSMOS standard by Ecocert Greenlife, standard available at

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