Essential oils have been used for thousands of years to attract and entice lovers. The aroma is alluring and pure therapeutic grade essential oils also help promote sexual well-being.
Basil-Helps awaken the senses and revive your sex life; eases mental, physical, emotional tiredness.
Bergamot-Elevates your spirit.
Black Pepper-A known aphrodisiac, it warms the senses and can renew the flames of passion.
Cinnamon-Spreads warmth throughout the body and boosts sexual desire.
Clary Sage-Seductive, sensual, exhilarating and euphoric; boosts sexual desire; calms and soothes stress and anxiety to lessen inhibitions and remove emotional blocks; deepens communication between partners.
Frankincense-Intensifies communication and intimacy, arouses the senses and calms the mind; enables connection to the divine during sex.
Ginger-Boosts vigor and heats up the libido; ignites passion and desire.
Geranium-Aids in opening up the heart and improving communication in the relationship.
Grapefruit-Instills self-confidence and positivity; invites playfulness and brightens up mood.
Lavender-Comforts the heart, relaxes and balances; helps mend and nurture the relationship.
Lemon-Adds joy and lightness to the bedroom; stimulating and refreshing.
Lime-Adds joyfulness and laughter and increases sexual desire; creates a mood of joy and lightness and helps ease anxiety.
Patchouli-Known as an aphrodisiac, it is very voluptuous and sexually stimulating; decreases inhibition and increases desire and emotional response.
Sandalwood-Used in rituals celebrating the divinity of sexual ecstasy; promotes emotional openness and increases physical sensuality.
Wild Orange-Brings tenderness and cheeriness to a relationship; encourages joyfulness and sensitivity.
Ylang Ylang-Known as an aphrodisiac, it increases sexual desire, calms anxiety and boosts low energy; opens emotions and encourages more sensual and erotic experience. Dispels feelings of anger, jealousy and envy. Can help with impotence and limited sexual response.
(NOTE: If you are pregnant, research safety of essential oils during pregnancy before using.)
These statements have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Essential Oil products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. Pregnant or lactating women and persons with known medical conditions should consult a physician prior to the use of any essential oil product.