Aromatherapy Aphrodisiac Romantic Blend - Essential Oils

This romantic blend of exotic essential oils is designed to promote erotic and romantic feelings. It possesses aphrodisiac properties.

For thousands of years, lovers have used fragrance and aroma for love and seduction. Indeed, the entire perfume industry is founded on the belief that fragrant essences have alluring and seductive properties.

Essential oils which are inhaled have been shown to act through the olfactory tract directly on the brain's limbic system where sexual feelings and behavior arise.

In addition, essential oils help to create harmony in body, mind and spirit and promote feelings of well-being, relaxation, confidence and receptivity. Some essential oils do have a directly stimulating effect on the body and some have also been shown to have hormone-like influences which may encourage sexual desire and performance.

Patchouli, Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang and other oils possess powers of arousal. Their fragrances produce stimulating effects on mood and psyche to create erotic sensations and awaken desire.

Using products that contain aphrodisiac essential oils can be a powerful way to enrich a romantic evening. Today lovers the world over use aphrodisiac aromas to create a romantic mood and set the stage for an evening of romance, which will leave them with memories to cherish forever.

Contains oils of Patchouli, Ylang Ylang, Sandalwood, Lemon, Geranium, Rosewood, Rosemary, and Eucalyptus.

100% Pure Grade A Essential Oils, distilled with low pressure and low temperature for aromatic and massage use. Most aromatherapy essential oils are so strong that a little goes a long way. Essential oils should be diluted in carrier oils for use in massage.

FH-31-50 Sensual Aphrodisiac Oil Blend 15 ml ~ 1/2 oz. $21.95

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People are beginning to realize that they can get rid of their physical, mental, emotional and even spiritual ills through the use of aromatic essential oils. Universities and hospitals are studying the use of aromatherapy oils. Some hospitals in Oxford, England, for example, have replaced chemical sedatives with essential oil blends which include lavender, marjoram, geranium and cardamom oil.

Firms in Japan are pumping aromatherapy oils such as lemon and rosemary through the air conditioning systems to improve employee efficiency, especially in the less productive hours of the afternoon. An entire new field of health care, making use of aromatherapy oils with their sedative, calming, pain-reducing effects, is growing around the care of the terminally ill. Aromatherapy oils, with their air-purifying, anti-viral, antibacterial, antiseptic abilities, are ideal for vaporizing in hospitals and crowded public places to prevent airborne infections. Mass aromatherapy is also suggested to influence social behavior and increase work efficiency.

Aromatherapy is essentially old wine in new (little brown) bottles. Aromatic essences were popularly used centuries ago in India, Egypt, China and Greece. We've all heard the story of Cleopatra's amorous adventures aided by aromatic essences, of ayurvedic use of essential oils for medicine and massage, the use of sandalwood to enhance meditation, and the use of aromatic resins by Egyptian embalmers to preserve mummies. Modern aromatherapy has come into its own in the past 30 years.

Widely practiced in Europe and the UK, aromatherapy is also finding converts in Australia, Canada, the USA and Japan. A decade ago, you could hardly come across an English book on the subject, or find it mentioned in the periodicals. Entire journals are now devoted to the subject, with researchers, industries, medical practitioners, alternative health therapists, and amateurs jumping on to the aromatherapy bandwagon.

Essential oils are chemically complex and very versatile. Juniper oil, for example, can be used to treat skin problems, dandruff, diarrhea or joint pain. The natural plant essences with their hormone-like properties and vitamins, minerals, and natural antiseptics, are easily absorbed into the bloodstream through the skin or nose. Different fragrances, with varied vital electromagnetic properties and vibrational energies, serve to stimulate our immune system, circulatory system and neurological functions.

Essential oils can be put in three categories: those that invigorate the body and rev up the spirit, those that tone, balance and regulate our bodily functions, and those which have a calm, sedative and tranquilizing effect.

We know that some fragrances can evoke strong emotional or psychological responses. They affect the cells of our nose, which send messages to the brain, which is then stimulated to release hormones and neuro-chemicals that bring healing changes in the body, and our psychological and emotional reactions. In Aromatherapy: Scent and Psyche, authors Peter and Kate Damian point out: "Olfactory research is still in its infancy�we are now gaining rudimentary knowledge of how and why essential oil fragrance affect human psychology and physiology."

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