Sunday, July 15, 2007

How Effective is Aromatherapy in Sexual Arousal?

Aromatherapy helps in promoting relaxation, suppressing appetite, bringing both physical and mental healing to the body, and in enhancing sensuality. This can be accomplished with candles, oils, inhalers, or diffusers when the scent of the essential oils releases into the room. Essential oils are taken from a plant's flowers, leaves, stalks, bark, rind, or roots.

The essential oils and herbs are varied and they all have different properties and while some are helpful with skin conditions, or arthritis, others may help stimulate the mind, increase your energy or even enhance excitement and create a romantic atmosphere.

Some herbs and essential oils are sensual and natural aphrodisiacs. Patchouli and Sandalwood essential oils are very useful in creating an atmosphere of romance. You can easily purchase aromatic candles that have these essential oils added to them. The oils may also be added to the candles or a diffuser for a wonderfully natural and aroma that will help enhance your romantic setting.

An essential oils massage can be a sensual act that you share with your partner. Many plant oils contain natural aphrodisiac properties and when used in massage oil, they can set a mood that is inviting to romance and love. Massage with herbal essential oil increases your blood circulation and thus warms you. It is a very popular technique used to increase sex drive. So, it is not difficult to infuse the air with romance through the use of aromatherapy. Other ideas to set the mood include putting on some light music in the background.

Warning: Please note that using essential oils directly on your skin without diluting them with carrier oil may cause skin irritations to occur. Always read the safety precautions on the labels of your essential oils before using them.

Read more about the Aromatherapy Benefits. Also Read Ayurvedic Cooking Recipes for Natural Health. Visit Natural Cure Health Guide for easy and effective home treatment for common ailments.

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