(2005.01) THE ORIGINAL YLANG-YLANG OIL FROM THE PHILIPPINES
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The tree Cananga odorata (Lam.) Hook. f. & T. Thompson (Canangium odoratum Baill.) of the family of Annonaceae, occurs in 2 forms, e.g. macrophylla and genuina. On steam distillation, the flowers of the former yield essential oil of cananga, the latter oil of ylang-ylang. Cananga odorata is probably a native of the Moluccas or of the Philippine Islands, where it was once extensively cultivated, particularly near Manila, for the production of ylang-ylang essential oil.
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