Essential Oils and Massage Oils

When massage oils are created from natural plant and essential oils, they’re less greasy and more enjoyable to apply. Our massage oils contain sunflower seed oil, sweet almond oil, and apricot kernel oil, and are absorbed into the skin more quickly than most store-bought oils, but do not need continued application. essential oils and massage oils

Sunflower Oil

The linoleic acid content of your skin can deteriorate over time and decline steadily with age when it is stripped by harsh soaps and cleansers.Sunflower oil is light and non-greasy. It’s composed of the rich, fatty acid, linoleic acid, as well as palmitic and stearic acids, which are the makings of healthy skin.

If you’re allergic to sunflowers or plants in the same family, avoid this oil.

Sweet Almond Oil

Sweet almond oil is pale yellow in color and slightly oily—just enough to permit the hands to smooth over the skin – but is absorbed quickly. Reapplication is typically not necessary, which is an indicator of a useful massage oil.

If you’re allergic to nuts, avoid this oil.

Apricot Kernel Oil

Similar in color and texture to almond oil and rich in vitamin E, apricot kernel oil has a longer shelf-life than other oils. It is similar to almond oil, in that it absorbs well and doesn’t feel greasy after a massage.

Essential Oils and Massage Oils

Our French Vanilla Kiss Massage Oil is both edible and lickable, and smells and tastes scrumptious! It’s composed of flavored vanilla infusion oil, as well as sunflower oil, sweet almond oil, and apricot kernel oil.

Warming oils are also available, as well as aromatherapeutic oils that can be used for couples, or for a personal perfume or body oil.

Our Edible Serenity Massage Oil is composed of Lavender, Rosemary, Ylang Ylang, Orange, Lemon and Lime oils bring serenity to the mind,*  conditioning and softening the skin (see how the products in this oil help with the process of recovery here*).

We also have plenty of other edible products available:

Read more about how Edible Ylang Ylang Massage Oil can improve your sex life here.*

If you’re interested in a fruitier type of edible massage oil, try out our Edible Tropical Orange Massage Oil, Edible Tart Green Apple Massage Oil, Edible Sweet Cherry Massage Oil, Edible Delicious Strawberry Massage Oil or Edible Citrus Massage Oil.

Read more about how Edible Serenity Massage Oil can help with the process of recovery here.* For a massage oil that can help you to kick back after a long day, try the Edible Relaxing Massage Oil.

Edible Mint Chocolate Massage Oil, Edible Lavender Massage Oil, Edible Spicy Cinnamon Flavor Massage Oil and Edible Peppermint Massage Oil are also available.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease.














Best Essential Oils for Impotence

What is Impotence?

Impotence is when a man is unable to sustain a full erection and perform sexual intercourse, or ejaculate, and is more common than people realize. BelieveBest Essential Oils for Impotence it or not, essential oils for impotence exist!

Chronic impotence can seriously disrupt a man’s life, as well as his partner’s, and is the result of either a psychological or physical condition. It’s as taxing as it is confusing, and is often quite difficult to deal with.

If you’re frustrated and willing to try essential oils to improve you and your partner’s performance and sex life, keep reading to discover some of the best essential oils for impotence — and get your sex life back on track!*

What Causes Impotence?

Endocrine diseases, as well as neurological and nerve disorders, can provoke impotence. Even long distance bicycle riding can cause sexual dysfunction because continuous pressure on the genitals can seriously affect the nerves. Cardiac conditions that impair the heart, which pumps blood throughout the body, can also cause impotence, as bloodflow to various areas of the body is slowed. High cholesterol and high blood pressure, or hypertension, increases the risk of impotence, as well.

Depression, anxiety, and other emotional disorders can drain sexual excitement. When the emotions are affected, the sex drive (and consequently, erection for a man) is affected as well. The “excitement phase,” or the phase in which an individual becomes sexually excited, can be an emotional response—thus, fatigue, confusion, and finally, impotence can result.

Additionally, fear and performance anxiety, alcohol abuse, cocaine, and amphetamine abuse are all possible contributors to a depleted sexual performance, as are SSRIs (Prozac and Paxil), and sedatives such as Xanax, codeine, and valium.

Possible Solutions for Impotence

Many men take prescription medications such as Viagra and Cealis, and surgery is even recommended to remedy issues related to impotence. As we’re always looking for the next best natural cure for all medical issues, we’ve compiled a list of some of the very best essential oils for impotence, as well as some fragrant, carefully paired, sexually therapeutic blends that both you and your partner will enjoy.*

Don’t have time to filter through all of these oils and put together your own blend? That’s OK, as we’ve put together some of the very best essential oils for helping support sexual issues and impotence and put them in a 0.3 fl oz (9 ml) roll on bottle.* Our Sexual Energy blend is ready to apply directly to the skin. Use once or twice daily.

This blend is a sweet, earthy scent designed to help with both physical and psychological issues related to impotence, and contains the following:

Apart from this product, read further for our list of some of the very best essential oils known to help impotence. These oils stimulate circulation, as well as help with any underlying emotional issues.*

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