Aphrodisiac for Her 2floz/60ml

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An aphrodisiac is a substance that increases sexual desire, the name comes from the Greek goddess name Aphrodite. Technically the substance inhaled or absorbed by your skin reaches your brain through your limbic system triggering emotional or behavioral responses to a given stimulus. Essential oils have been used for centuries to raise the body temperature and trigger sensual euphoria. Patchouli is mentioned in many manuscripts of tantric sex and the famous Kamasutra. Jasmine and roses are used in Middle Eastern countries, Ylang Ylang is used in Asia and the south pacific Islands. 

Description

An aphrodisiac is a substance that increases sexual desire, the name comes from the Greek goddess name Aphrodite. Technically the substance inhaled or absorbed by your skin reaches your brain through your limbic system triggering emotional or behavioral responses to a given stimulus. Essential oils have been used for centuries to raise the body temperature and trigger sensual euphoria. Patchouli is mentioned in many manuscripts of tantric sex and the famous Kamasutra. Jasmine and roses are used in Middle Eastern countries, Ylang Ylang is used in Asia and the south pacific Islands. 


Ingredients and their properties:
Patchouli                        Mood enhancer used in tantric sex for centuries
Jasmine                           Powerfully promotes attraction and emotional warmth
Rose                                Calms anxiety, attracts feelings of love
Cocoa                              Generates sense of wellbeing, balances body and mind
Ylang-Ylang                    Calms nerves, boosts confidence, fuels sexual desires
Tiare/Monoi                  Mix of Hawaiians gardenia flowers and coconut oil stimulates the senses
Mango flower                Male attractant
Clementine                     Male attractant
Sweet Almond               This sweet carrier is gentle on the skin and blends well with all ingredients


Massage and diffuse as needed (do not use internally or on mucous membrane)