October 14, 2007

How Aphrodisiac Aromatherapy helps improve your libido – Part I

Most aphrodisiacs are usually taken as beverages, capsules, food and other direct ways, but there are also aphrodisiac that work stimulating the senses: sight, ear, touch...and smell as with Aromatherapy.

Aromatherapy essential oils are used to create physical and emotional effects as increasing libido, or waking up pasion and desire. In Clinical Aromatherapy, these are used to treat sexual disorders.

You can use essential oils to create a sensual or romantic environment. You can use them with candles, burners, soaps and bath products.

Candles are a symbol of romance, their soft light makes us feel relaxed and focus on the face of our loved-one. And if these candles have special aromas, as scented candles, their power is much more increased thanks to Aphrodisiac Aromatherapy

Aphrodisiac scents

Most of aromatherapy aromas that have aphrodisiac effects come from spices, roots, flowers, and wood. The essential oils extracted from these sources are hot, they stimulate blood circulation (important for men with erectyle problems).

The aromatherapy scents that help increase libido are: Cinnamon, ginger, clove, vanilla, anise, pepper, mint, and cardamom.

Among aphrodisiac flowers: Rose and jasmine.


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