Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Enhance Your Sexual Vitality with Aromatherapy

Scent has a powerful effect on the mind and the body and can greatly enhance sensual enjoyment. The sense of smell is controlled by the limbic system, the part of the brain that is the center for emo­tions, memories, and sexuality. Because fragrance directly influ­ences the limbic part of the brain, many essential oils have long been valued as aphrodisiacs.

Rose is especially beneficial for women. It helps to balance hormones, has a tonic effect on the reproductive organs, and enhances sexuality. Psychologically, rose is uplifting and helps to restore a woman's connection to her femininity.

Sandalwood induces a state of calmness and serenity and relieves nervous tension. It is considered a sexual restorative for both women and men and has a rich, deep, woodsy-sweet scent.

Ylang-ylang is deeply relaxing, exotic, and sensuous. It has a rich, intensely sweet floral fragrance that can be overpowering in excess. Use it in very small quantities-two or three drops at most in a bath.

Patchouli has been used for thousands of years as a sexual stimulant. It also relieves nervous exhaustion. This ancient fragrance has a rich, deep, earthy, herbaceous scent.

Jasmine relieves nervous tension, has mild euphoric properties, and is said to restore sexual confidence. It has an exotic, warm, fruity-floral fragrance.

Clary sage helps to balance hormones. It has sedative, almost euphoric properties and relieves emotional tension that can inter­fere with sexuality. It has a deep, sweet, herbaceous fragrance.
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