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Ylang ylang (Cananga odorata) is a fast-growing tree and can be found natively in tropical Asia such as Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia. The common name in Thailand is Kradang Nga. This plant has been well–known for its fragrant flowers, the pleasant scent has been used widely in the perfume industry, food, and aromatherapy.

Most widely used is the essential oils derived from the flower of the ylang-ylang plant. The fragrant has been described to possess a medium to strong initial aroma with fresh, floral, slightly fruity fragrant yet delicate. Furthermore, the flower is also described to produce an intensely sweet scent that is similar to jasmine.

Now in form of “dried ylang-ylang tea”, you can brew and enjoy it with the full but not overwhelming flower scent from the ylang-ylang flower. This tea contains only pure 100% good quality flowers, recently harvest and dried.

Health benefit includes:
– Anti-depressant to treat depression, nervousness, and lowering anxiety
– Enhance euphoric feeling during sex and also reduce sexual anxiety.
– Blood pressure-lowering effect suggests its potential use in managing hypertension.

Medicinal Use

Yarrow is anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, diuretic and diaphoretic. Its also a digestive tonic. Yarrow is native to temperate regions of Asia, Europe and North America. Common medicinal uses include: treats digestive disorders and liver deficiencies, relieves anxiety, kills infection, breaks fever, regulates menstrual cycles, kills parasites, repairs damaged tissues, prevents hair loss and baldness.

Spiritual/Magical Use

Handfastings – A common herb in love spells, yarrow is included in wedding decorations and hung over the bridal bed. Large patches of yarrow growing in a field indicate a very grounded energy spot. Sit there to center and relax.

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Important Note: Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs are provided on this site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.