Aphrodisiac: Love, Sex and Essentials Oils

 

Wikipedia says: An aphrodisiac is a substance that increases sexual desire.The name comes from Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of sexuality and love. Throughout history, many foods, drinks, and behaviors have had a reputation for making sex more attainable and/or pleasurable.

 

A romantic evening is something most women dream about and men enjoy just the same. The market carries lots of different oils for the perfect evening but adding a few oils to your bedroom will change the aromatherapy before and during a wonderful evening. Listed on this page are just a few wonder oils to use along with progessence plus serum by adding just a small drop to your most sensitive area. Do not wait for another special moment to slip by - set the mood and enjoy.

 

Aphrodisiac Aromatherapy

The term aphrodisiac basically refers to those substances that stimulate passionate or sexual desires in both men or women. There are several manufactured substances that are created specifically for this exact purpose, although there are several substances in nature that intrinsically possess properties to produce these effects such as essential oils and herbs. There are several reasons why an individual can lose their desire for intimacy, either because of physical or mental stress, depression, anxiety, lack of proper nutrition, among other things. Therefore, aphrodisiac substances are introduced into the system to set one in the mood for intimacy.

How Essential Oil Raises Libido 

Scent can affect human bodily processes and responses effectively. This explains why the seemingly natural habit of

applying perfume or cologne is so widespread in a world inhabited by social beings known as humans.


Scientifically, the scent inhaled reaches through your limbic system, which is responsible for triggering emotional or behavioral responses to a given stimulus. You can then use essential oils to produce an effect that you want from your partner. Most aphrodisiac essential oils work by raising the body temperature through its warm and rich aromas. Once the body has reached the ideal temperature, that is when the sensual and euphoric properties of essential oils go to work

 

Triggers your sensual aromas the special moment is waiting for you!

 

Thee subject that everyone giggles about, jokes about and wants to know more about but will not ask.

SEX!

Sitting around the nurses’ station with a group of women and sometimes a few guys conversation can get rather heated at times. The conversation will start out jokingly about the weekend or a date night coming up, and it will fade away if no one is brave enough to share what makes a date night magical. It is not in the candles lit dinner – the music or the atmosphere -it is in the body temperature.

In order to raise our libido, we have to first raise our body temperature. The aphrodisiac essential oils are mostly warm, rich aromas, such as those that come from spices and certain flowers. Aphrodisiac aromatherapy can be tricky. It may take calculation. What one person loves, another might find ghastly, but on a very basic level aromatherapy is a natural aphrodisiac that works to calm, soothe, stimulate and reduce stress, or negative energy. Because impotence and frigidity is most often associated with stress, emotion and psychology, plants that work to calm and soothe while actively stimulating hormonal production and reducing stress and anxiety are key elements in an active and healthy sex life.

In my private facebook group, where an amazing group of essential oil users, discuss how to use the oils and the many recipes to use them in our daily life. A question came in that caused a flood of responses that so many in the group wanted to know – just like sitting in the nurses’ station waiting for someone else to start the conversation first.

The question that brought in 76 replies in 12 hours readDoes anyone know of a place where I could find info on using oils for . . . um. . . enhancing romantic moments?

The conversation started with a question – and quickly went to coconut oil – then to places to apply the oils and the responses! People want to know how to add spice to their life – everyone wants that romantic evening that will cause them to get breathless just thinking about it later days and weeks down the road. We have a certified Aromatherapist, a romance Doctor and many curious readers who learned how to blend oils to make sparks fly and a date night more than candles and dinner.

 

Linda Troup shared the first recipe who said: I made an oil based men’s cologne that should be locked in a vault and no one under 21 should be allowed to buy. (Laughing!) The one we now call “The Potion” See the video click here on how to mix the potion

Recipe

30 drops – Cedarwood
20 drops – Clary Sage
10 drops – Ylang Ylang
6 drops – Patchouli
Complete filling 2oz bottle with Jojoba Oil Put it in a dark drawer and gently shake the bottle once a day for 2 weeks.
It smells great and lets just say it should have its own commercial on TV

 

 

 

Aphrodisiac Aromatherapy Recipe Blends:

Aphrodisia Blend:
4 drops Jasmine Absolute,
4 drops Ylang Ylang essential oil
3 drops Rose Otto,
4 drops Sandalwood,
2 drops Ginger,
2 drops Nutmeg
Add to 4 ounces of jojoba oil, or sunflower seed oil for a sexy massage oil. Your lover won’t know what hit them when you rub this tantalizing oil all over them.

Sexy For Her:
4 drops Jasmine essential oil
3 drops Sandalwood essential oil
2 drops Patchouli essential oil
4 drops of Ylang Ylang essential oil
3 drops of Rose essential oil
3 drops vanilla absolute
Add this to 4 ounces of carrier oil, such as jojoba, fractionated coconut oil, or sunflower oil, or even a mixture of each.

Sexy For Him;
4 drops of Atlas Cedarwood essential oil
4 drops of Sandalwood essential oil
2 drops of Patchouli essential oil
3 drops of peppermint essential oil
4 drops of Lavender essential oil
3 drops ginger essential oil
Add this to 4 ounces of carrier oil, such as jojoba, fractionated coconut oil, or sunflower oil, or even a mixture of each.

Hot & Sexy Rub
3-4 drops cinnamon essential oil
1 drop clove essential oil
2 drops peppermint essential oil
1 drop ginger
1 drop jasmine or rose essential oil
3-4 drops vanilla absolute
This blend is absolutely lick-able! Add this to 2-4 ounces of organic coconut oil and massage the body. Be very careful as cinnamon essential oil is VERY hot, so you may want to try adding more carrier (coconut oil) to the blend to tone it down if it’s too hot for you. Also, please note that if you are going to ingest any of these oils make sure to use only therapeutic grade essential oils as others may be harmful and very dangerous!

WARNING!! And if this blend doesn’t work to spice things up in the bedroom, then I’m sorry to say your lover must be dead. Maybe invest in some electro-shock therapy, or if all else fails try Viagra!

 

Warming Bath
2 drops Vanilla, Benzoin or Sandalwood essential oil
2 drops Ginger essential oil
4 drops Sweet Orange essential oil

Add these 8 drops of essential oils directly to a warm (or hot if you prefer) bath and disperse well – or blend with 1 TBLS sunflower, jojoba, grapeseed oil and/or 1-2 TBLS unscented bubble bath and add to a warm bath. Soak in the bath for 15-20 minutes inhaling the vapors. Do not get bath water in your eyes as it will sting. This spa treatment is especially excellent for winter time or when you have been suffering from a sickness, cold or chills.

Young Living Oils – Young Living is a world renown company that sells very high quality therapeutic grade essential oils and supplements. Tho’ they are expensive, they are worth it. If you would like to receive a discount on therapeutic grade essential oils just ask me how you can get that. Click here to contact Angela

 


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Clary sage (Salvia sclarea) essential oil contains natural phytoestrogens. It has a mellow, warm,
herbal scent that is uplifting and relaxing, making it a perfect choice for supporting a normal,
healthy attitude during PMS.
It is also supportive for menopausal women.* Clary Sage has an
approximate ORAC of 2,209,727 (TE/L). TE/L is expressed as micromole Trolox equivalent per liter.


Jasmine** (Jasminum officinale) has a warm, exotic, floral fragrance that relaxes, soothes, uplifts, and enhances self-confidence. Jasmine is beneficial for the skin. It has been used throughout history for romance and attraction and for balancing the feminine energy of the body.**Jasmine is an absolute or essence, rather than an essential oil.

Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin), sometimes called “the scent of the sixties,” has a musky, earthy, exotic aroma. In Eastern cultures, it is commonly used around the house to provide general support for health and to help release negative emotions. It is very beneficial for the skin, helping to reduce a wrinkled or chapped appearance. Patchouli is a general tonic that supports the digestive system and soothes occasional queasiness.* Patchouli has an approximate ORAC of 494,271 (TE/L). TE/L is expressed as micromole Trolox equivalent per liter. Rose (Rosa damascena) has a beautiful, strong floral and sweet fragrance that is intoxicating and highly romantic. It helps bring balance and harmony with stimulating and uplifting properties that create a sense of well-being and self-confidence.Used for skin care for thousands of years, it is perfect for dry or aging skin. Rose has an approximate ORAC of 1,604,284 (TE/L). TE/L is expressed as micromole Trolox equivalent per liter. Sandalwood (Santalum album) has a rich, sweet, warm, and woody aroma that is sensual and romantic. Used traditionally as incense in religious ceremonies and for meditation, it is uplifting and relaxing. It is valued in skin care for its moisturizing and normalizing properties. Sandalwood has an approximate ORAC of 1,655 (TE/L). TE/L is expressed as micromole Trolox equivalent per liter.
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Ylang ylang (Cananga odorata) has a sweet, soft, flowery fragrance that has made it a romantic favorite. In Indonesia, the petals are often strewn across a marriage bed. Ylang ylang is extremely effective in calming and bringing about a sense of relaxation, and it may help with releasing feelings of anger, tension, and nervous irritability.It has a long history in skin and hair care products, particularly in Asia, where it is used to promote luxuriant hair. Ylang Ylang has an approximate ORAC of 1,300,478 (TE/L). TE/L is expressed as micromole Trolox equivalent per liter.