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Aromatherapy ~ Sensual Oils & Scents
December 21, 2012
Marilyn and I hope you're well and we wish you the happiest and healthiest of holidays!

Today J.R. and I thought we'd share with you Aromatherapy ~ Sensual Oils & Scents!

Remember to, "live longer and live younger!"

Our sense of smell is tied directly to the part of the brain that is linked to memory and emotion.

Research studies have proven that different scents can actually produce different emotions and reactions; they can make us feel a certain way.

Aromatherapy has been used for over 5000 years from Ancient Egypt to Modern Europe in the 1920's and 1930's where French chemist, Rene-Maurice Gattefosse coined the term aromatherapy.

Aromatherapy has often been used in sexual practices and rituals throughout many cultures and time periods.

Scent has been used to attract lovers, heal a relationship; it's been used in the art of seduction and mentioned in the Kama Sutra.

Cleopatra was known to have used a special blend of rose, cardamom, and cinnamon to seduce Marc Anthony.

Basil was used by young Italian women to charm and bewitch potential lovers, ancient Arabic manuals giving advice on sexual matters refer to Black Pepper for its erotic qualities, Ginger was used by the Romans for its sexual enhancement properties, an Italian princess used Neroli to fragrance her gloves and bathing water, and Tantric disciples smeared Sandalwood on their bodies while celebrating sexual ecstasy.

The 18 essential oils and scents we're going to describe have been chosen for their known aphrodisiacal properties.

These essential oils can be used in diffusers, burners, candles, incense, scent rings, scented potpourri, added to bath water or added to massage oils to create a sexually enticing atmosphere in your bedroom and throughout your entire home.

These scents can be used alone or in special blends to create the type of atmosphere and sexual response you want.

Basil is known as an erotic scent that has a sweet, spicy aroma.

It has many associations with love, seduction and fertility.

Basil awakens the senses and can arouse the basic sexual instincts.

It can be used to reawaken a sexual relationship, help ease mental, emotional and physical fatigue and used in massage oils to remove weariness.

Do not use during pregnancy.

Bergamot is an evocative scent that can enhance the mood of lovers.

It's lemon and floral aroma can lift a loved one's spirit and it's able to alleviate tension and anxiety.

Black Pepper is an erotic scent that can add spice and vitality to a love life.

It has warming, penetrating and strengthening properties that can rekindle the flames of passion.

It emits a spicy aroma that arouses the senses and supplies stamina and strength.

Cedarwood is an evocative scent that opens emotions and helps lovers enter a spiritual dimension in their lovemaking.

It can sooth fears and anxieties and draws lovers into a blissful and sensual reality.

Again, avoid use during pregnancy.

Clary Sage is an erotic scent, deeply sensual with relaxing and calming properties to decrease inhibitions.

It boosts libido and dissolves fears and anxieties.

Frankincense is an evocative scent with a haunting aroma.

It can bring depth and meaning to a relationship, heighten awareness and enhance communication.

It can stimulate the senses and comfort the mind.

Ginger is an erotic scent, pungent and spicy.

It'll boost vitality and heat up the libido.

Use it to inflame passion and desire.

Geranium is an evocative scent that adds a sustaining and restoring quality to a relationship.

It can help open communication in a relationship.

Jasmine is an erotic scent, heady and exotic.

It is used to capture, sustain or rekindle the affections of a loved one.

It promises deep and lasting affection.

It brings strength and warmth to a sexual relationship.

Avoid using during pregnancy.

Juniper is an erotic scent that cleanses negative feelings and has stimulating properties.

Use it to get rid of insecurities and form trust.

Avoid during pregnancy.

Lavender is an evocative scent that is soothing to the heart.

It relaxes and balances with its comforting aroma.

Use it to heal and nurture a relationship and sooth the mind.

Avoid use during the first trimester of pregnancy.

Lime is an evocative scent that adds cheer and laughter to romance and increases the appetite for desire and passion.

Lime fills the atmosphere with joy and lightness.

It eases anxiety and clears the path for communication.

Neroli Absolute is an erotic scent that is seductive.

It evokes a sense of contentment and eases communication.

It acts as an aphrodisiac.

Orange is an evocative scent that brings warmth and cheerfulness to a relationship.

It encourages joy and sensitivity.

One of our faves, Patchouli is an erotic scent with a deep, musky and lingering aroma associated with earthy sensuality and spiritual elevation.

It's sexually provocative and decreases inhibition and encourages desire.

Rose Absolute is an erotic scent with aphrodisiac and sexual healing properties.

It's emotionally uplifting and opens the heart.

Avoid use during pregnancy.

Sandalwood is an erotic scent with a sweet and woody aroma.

It's been used in ritualistic sexual practices celebrating the divinity of sexual ecstasy.

It encourages emotional openness and enhances physical sensuality.

It creates spontaneous interaction and helps lovers get out of a sexual rut.

Ylang Ylang is an erotic scent that acts as a powerful aphrodisiac.

It increases libido and enhances attraction between lovers.

It can sooth the over anxious while boosting low energy.

It opens emotions and promotes a more sensual and erotic experience during lovemaking.

Making a bubble bath recipe for yourself is one of the most indulging experiences.

It's time for you, uninterrupted and re-energizing.

A relaxing bath recipe that contain ingredients that energize, heal and fight a cold are efficient and easy to prepare.

These essential oils can be found in health food stores, new age shops, in catalogs and online.

A little goes a long way.

Only a few drops are needed when added to water or other oils.

Experiment with scents to create a custom blend that can greatly enhance your sexual appetite and experience.

This bubble bath will put you in a romantic mood.

Love Potion Bubble Bath

This bubble bath will put you in a romantic mood.

All of the ingredients are considered aphrodisiacs – so look out! ;)


6 drops jasmine oil

3 drops rose oil

3 drops vanilla oil

6 drops ylang ylang oil

1 quart of distilled water

1 bar of castille soap (4 oz. bar melted in microwave)

4 oz. liquid glycerin

Directions: Mix the water, soap and glycerin together and stir.

Now add your essential oils to the mixture and enjoy!

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