Valentine Scents

A breath of French Aphrodisiac air for your Valentine Day

Valentine’s day is the 14th of February. It’s getting closer!.

Sometimes there is a lot of pressure and a lot of expectations around this date. Is it going to be romantic enough? Surprising enough? Sexy enough? especially if you are in a long time partnership.

For some long term partnerships libido can start to become an issue.

What are the factors influencing libido?

Sexual desire depends on many factors:

For libido to be present, you have to be available. A lack of availability can itself have different causes and effects. Mental concerns, stress, infidelity, anxiety are different examples of things that make someone unavailable.

Emotional causes are also recurrent in problems related to sexuality. Not feeling secure or respected, depression or anger towards the partner.

Finally, the physical conditions are also essential. Health problems, the arrival of menopause, fatigue, are all physical factors that can participate in a significant decrease in libido.

Environment and culture, personal history also play important roles in sexual desire. The loss of desire or interest in intimacy are often difficult things to explain.

For both women and men, the decline in libido is quite common and often multifactorial. The desire is fragile, so do not ignore a drop in libido, especially over the long term. That said, it’s important not to not confuse the absence of momentary desire with the disappearance of sexual desire in totality!

Alternative medicines, such as the use of the essential oils, can make it possible to revive a declining male or female libido.

For men, it is important not to mix, as is often the case, erectile dysfunction and loss of desire. If drugs exist for one, some essential oils can suffice for the other.

Substances, including essential oils, that are considered aphrodisiacs are substances that can help dissipate the physical, psychological or emotional ailments that may interfere with sexual desire or arousal. For instance, an aphrodisiac may help with one or more of the following:

  • Reduce Stress
  • Calm Anxiety
  • Energise the Body and Mind
  • Uplift the Mood
  • Ease Depression
  • Appeals to the Senses

Let’s see which essential oils can do the trick….

How Essential Oils can help with Love!

Hô wood:

Hô Wood can be the source of many confusions. To clear things up, let’s get back to basics. The essential oil of Ho Wood comes from a tree, as its name suggests, which is also called Shiu Wood or Laurel from China. Its Latin name is Cinnamomum camphora. Exaceration like the Ravintsara or the camphor tree. These 3 essential oils are from the same tree, however their geographical origin will directly influence their composition. Thus, the Ravintsara is rather found towards Madagascar and presents a chemotype with 1,8-cineole, the Camphrier grows towards Vietnam and presents a chemotype with camphor, while Bois de Ho is rather originated from China and presents a chemotype with linalool. Ho Wood has a composition very similar to that of Rosewood, and therefore has similar properties: cosmetic and anti-infectious for the skin. This is what explains its success in recent years. The Rosewood being threatened with extinction, it is systematically replaced by Hô Wood. Latin name: Cinnamomum camphora. Distilled part: wood. Its’ significant content of linalool indicates that it offers the following properties: analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antispasmodic, hypotensive, immunostimulant, sedative. antidepressant mood lifter.

Ginger:

Ginger essential oil, is a natural aphrodisiac! To spice up the relationship and boost your libido, aromatherapy offers us indeed some solutions through different essential oils. The most famous of these essential oils is Ginger essential oil.

Ginger is known for its aphrodisiac properties which are found in its rhizome from which the essential oil is extracted. Ginger essential oil awakens and stimulates the body. Indeed, the essential oil of Ginger has toning properties which act on the metabolic functions (regulariation) and thus on the sexual function. This sexual tonic is suitable for both women and men who want to boost their libido.

It strengthens the libido, alleviates pain, reduces inflammation, relieves muscle spasms, calms anxiety and stress and even raises your confidence level. Strengthens physical body and builds sexual stamina.

Palmarosa:

Is particularly good for tension and exhaustion and helps to relax. It is a great aphrodisiac oil because it alleviates nervousness, stress, exhaustion, and malaise.

Geranium:

Is a fragrant oil that balances the emotions and gets the blood flowing!
It has a balancing effect on hormones and increases circulation by enlarging capillaries.

Cinnamon:

Is sure to bring some warmth and spice into the relationship. Feeling sluggish? Use cinnamon if you’re looking to add a stimulating quality to your sexual life. improves blood circulation, elevates your mood, gets rid of pesky headaches and reduces inflammation. You can mix 1 to 2 drops of cinnamon Essential Oil into a teaspoon of honey and take it orally. Talk to your doctor before ingesting cinnamon oil if you are on an anticoagulant or antidepressant, have liver or kidney disease, are pregnant, have a peptic ulcer or hemophilia or plan to have surgery in the near future or just had surgery. It can be applied topically, but you want to be careful not to use too much. It can be irritating to the skin. Stimulating properties help build sexual stamina.

Ylang:

Relaxes, slows a racing heart, and calms in times of stress. It decreases blood pressure and boosts mood. Ylang-Ylang works on the emotions. It is a well-known aphrodisiac as well as a support in times of bereavement. It doesn’t matter the situation. Ylang-Ylang will provide what you need if you are experiencing emotional hyperarousal or upset. It soothes the emotions of anxiety, anger, worry, and fear – and gets you in the mood for some loving! Its calming effects are particularly favoured for deeper and more profound sexual experiences. is an excellent floral aphrodisiac essential oil. This essential oil is actually used in Chanel No. 5 perfume. It has a calming effect that relieves anxiety, soothes tension and nervousness and alleviates frigidity and impotence. Stimulate sex glands.

Rose water:

It’s hard to find a more romantic water. It is often called the love water. It helps open the heart center to receive love and strength. It helps a person to love oneself and reduce feelings of fear and unworthiness. Rose water stirs desire, enhances self-esteem and confidence. It lifts depressive states, remedies grief, detoxes and purifies the blood. It increases semen production. An aphrodisiac with a romantic floral fragrance. It boosts the libido by reducing depression, stress, nervous tension and depression. It also improves circulation, lowers high blood pressure and balances hormone levels.

Oriental Benzoin:

Known to act psycho-emotionally, targeting the nervous system, Benzoin can have a soothing or stimulating effect. It is particularly indicated in case of anxiety and a need for comfort, in case of fatigue. Widely used in perfumery. It is therefore possible to add it to your scented preparations to benefit from a warm, vanilla, slightly spicy smell.

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How does aromatherapy work?

Aromatherapy works by reaching and influencing the deepest, most primitive human instincts and emotions. Logical brain is not involved in the process of smell. Actually aromatic scents is smelled. Unlike the senses of taste, touch, sight and sound, the brain does not filter or interpret scent. Rather scent has an immediate effect upon brain’s neuroreceptors.

The power of aromatherapy is in scents’ ability to directly affect a chemical response and change in the nervous and hormonal systems.

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