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Botanical briefs: ylang-ylang oil--extracts from the tree Cananga odorata.

  title={Botanical briefs: ylang-ylang oil--extracts from the tree Cananga odorata.},
  author={Nazanin Saedi and Glen H. Crawford},
  volume={77 3},
VOLUME 77, MARCH 2006 149 Clinical Importance/Cutaneous Manifestations Ylang-ylang is an essential oil obtained by steam distillation of the fragrant flowers of the tree Cananga odorata. In Victorian times, ylang-ylang oil was mixed with coconut oil to create the famous Macassar hair oil, which was used by both men and women to enhance the hair’s luster and to promote its growth. At the turn of the century, ylang-ylang oil was used to treat malaria and other tropical fevers.1,2 Currently, ylang… Expand
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