Essential Oils can be used to increase sex drive or libido in both men and women. Aromatherapy stimulates the limbic system in the brain where emotional memory is stored. The sense of smell and the sex drive are connected. Essential oils can be worn if diluted in a carrier oil, burned in an aroma lamp or in a sea salt bath.
Essential Oils to Increase Sex Drive List
Basil Oil– Arouses sexual instincts in both men and women.
Cedarwood Oil– Calms fears and anxieties relating to sexuality.
Clary Sage Oil– Helps improve sexual desire; decreases inhibitions, arousing the emotions. Regulates and balances hormones in women. It may help with problems relating to impotence and frigidity.
Ginger Oil -Heats up libido and increases sex drive.
Geranium Oil-Elevates the emotions of love and happiness. May also restore equilibrium and help with menopausal problems.
Jasmine Oil– Deeply soothing and calming. It may help with erectile dysfunction, fridgity, and premature ejaculation. Jasmine enhances the feeling of sensuality and self worth.
Juniper Oil- Enhances self confidence and openness by arousing and awakening love and sexuality.
Lavender Oil– Produces sexual excitement in many people and may help balance the hormones. Reduces anxiety and balances energy.
Patchouli Oil– Helps release sexual fears by decreasing inhibitions. Helps to improve communication on a physical and emotional level.
Sandalwood Oil-Helpful with sexual problems due to its aphrodisiac properties. Enhances feelings of sexuality and openness. Stabilizes root chakra.
Ylang Ylang– Enhances sensuality, increases libido, and attraction between lovers, due to its aphrodisiac properties. The scent of Ylang Ylang elevates sexual energy and enhances relationships. May also be helpful with impotence and fridgity.
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The sex drive can increase through the use of essential oils. For blending guidelines, visit http://biosourcenaturals.com/essential-oils-for-impotence.htm