The Power of Aromatherapy Essential Oils
Aromatherapy can play a powerful role in relationships, with many essential oils being known for centuries for their natural aphrodisiac properties. But how do they work?
Essential oils are the essence of a plant, a gift from the earth. They are what gives a flower or plant it’s scent as well as protecting it from hazardous environmental conditions. They are carefully distilled and prepared so that we can bring the power of nature into our homes.
Diffusing oils into the air, through a spray, candle or oil burner is a fantastic way to change your mood quickly.
It takes a huge amount of plant material to make just one drop of essential oil. For example, around 500 grams of rose petals just to make 1 gram of our rose oil, so It's no surprise they are cherished for their fantastic wellness benefits and powerful botanical properties.
As you inhale the aromas from essential oils, your senses are instantly filled with their compelling aroma, stimulating areas of your limbic system. This part of your brain plays a role in emotions and long-term memory, as well as controlling several physiological functions, such as breathing, heart rate, and blood pressure.
Aromatherapy offers a holistic healing treatment for both body and mind. This is why scents make sense when it comes to the bedroom and our relationships.
Whether it's lack of energy, too much stress, struggling to concentrate or unwind, there will be an essential oil that can help.
There are warming oils which can excite libido and stimulate arousal, cooling oils which are calming and can help relieve tension. Essential oils can help open up emotions, increase communication and can promote a sense of focus and passion.