Three of the most popular and well known essential oils in aromatherapy that provoke feelings of pleasure, sensuality and erotic moods and help to open the body and release inhibitions are orange, ylang ylang and jasmine.
Orange essential oil helps to stimulate joy, optimism and playfulness. Physiologically orange essential oil creates warmth and pleasure in the body and stimulates sensuality and pleasure… especially when combined with ylang ylang essential oil. Orange helps connect us to our five physical senses and also helps to remove inhibitions.
Ylang ylang is a soft sweet erotic fragrance that stimulates feminine sensuality, euphoria and erotic moods. The fragrance stimulates the part of the brain that releases endorphins so it has anti-depressive properties and is great for nervous depression and tension. It is wonderful for helping the body to relax, unwind and open up to sensual pleasures.
Mixing orange and ylang ylang together is a powerful combination for casting that magic spell of sensual and erotic ambience.
Jasmine is another powerful fragrance that deeply influences the emotional part of us. Jasmine is especially great for helping to dissolve away emotional blocks involving relationships and sex. Jasmine helps with reducing psychological tension, frigidity, coldness, fear and paranoia and helps bring a sense of euphoria.
Under its influence both men and women open up to sensual love. Jasmine helps set the stage for experiencing warm love, total abandon, trust and relaxes and helps to open the body and emotions.
If you do use jasmine essential oil care should be taken not to use it orally or on the body.
Another option would be planting some night blooming jasmine near your bedroom window…night blooming jasmine opens its blossoms at night and the fragrance is quite powerful.
PLEASE NOTE: The information in this article is based solely on the use of 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils due to their high quality and tested purity. The use of a brand of uncertain quality and/or purity will provide you with potentially dangerous, if not lethal, results. The author assumes no responsibility for your improper use of this information.
The statements about these oils have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These oils are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
By Rebecca Noel
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