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Mar 12 2013 Aromatherapy Blend Here is a step by step guide to create a ‘Personalized Aromatherapy Body Oil’. 1. Spend some quiet time just thinking about the person you are making the ‘Personal Blend’ for and set the intention to make them the perfect scent that is special to them. 2. After you have done that think about what part of the plant they remind you of? Not just how they look, but deep inside.

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Mar 07 2013

cardamom seeds

Cardamom is popular as a culinary spice for its warmth and pungency, but very few people know about its many therapeutic benefits. I fell in love with cardamom when a group of small-scale farmers and distillers in Ecuador gave me a sample to try. Since then, it has been one of my favorite oils, and I have used it as a key ingredient in many of my aromatherapy products including Fiesta Blend, Romance Blend, Memoria Blend, Headache Begone Roll-On and Digestive Body Oil. Here’s why.

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Feb 25 2013 Clary Sage Essential Oil As an Aromatherapist, I have a special love and predilection for Clary Sage. This particular oil is as magical as it is versatile – I have used it to help my clients with relationship problems, self-esteem issues, emotional turmoil and even gynaecological disorders. I frequently use Clary Sage in homemade shampoos and it is the key ingredient in ALEGRIA, my best selling aromatherapy blend! Through this article, I want to share with you the multiple benefits of this amazing oil.

What is Clary Sage?

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Feb 11 2013

Many of my clients love Ylang Ylang, many of my clients hate Ylang Ylang.  And that’s understandable. Ylang Ylang is one of those essential oils that you either love or hate, not much in between. This article is for the Ylang Ylang lovers, and for the Ylang Ylang haters.  The lovers will love it even more, the haters, will learn to like it and blend it with other essential oils so that the sweet heavy perfume won’t be much noticed, but the amazing therapeutic effect will!

Origin:

Ylang Ylang essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the flowers of the Cananga odorata tree. These trees are native to the Philippines and Indonesia and it also grows in Polinesia, Comoros and Madagascar.

Aroma:

Floral, heady, exotic, intensely sweet

Emotional Balance:

Ylang Ylang is exotic, intense and exciting. it’s believed that its healing properties can help in cases of impotence and frigidity. It can help dispel feelings of anger, jealousy and envy. With its sensual and soothing aroma, helps restore self-confidence and allows you to express  and appreciate your inner beauty. It  is relaxing and mildly sedative – especially useful if you have been battling stress and mental fatigue. It is helpful in dealing with anxiety, panic, and shock having a relaxing effect on the nervous system. It is also believed to help feelings of resentment, guilt and jealousy.

Did you know?

Ylang Ylang flowers are strewn on the beds of newly married South-Asian couples on their wedding night – need we say more?

Properties:

Antiseptic, antidepressant, calming and sedative, tones the circulatory system. It is considered to be helpful in cases of high blood pressure, combine 5  drops of Ylang Ylang, 5 Lavender, 5 Mandarin with 1 0z Carrier Oil  and apply on body daily. It has a balancing effect on the hormones and is a tonic for the uterus.

Ylang Ylang Uses For Skin Care

You can use it for both oily and dry skin, since it has a balancing effect on sebaceus production.  It is suitable for all skin types. For oily skin combine 1 oz Golden Jojoba Oil with 5 drops Ylang Ylang, 3 drops Rosemary and 2 drops of Geranium. Apply liberally on your face day and night. For dry skin combine 5 drops of Ylang Ylang, 5 drops of Lavender and 5 drops of Rose Absolute.  Apply liberally on your face day and night.

Mixes well with:

Clary Sage, Geranium, LavenderLemon, Bergamot, Orange, Patchouli.

Personality:

Passionate, sensual, types who are the mistress or the lover. They live for ‘ being in love’. They are very entertaining and make good company and they thrive on attention. Their jobs usually involve items relating to beauty such as cosmetics or fabrics or hairdressing. They like excitement in their lives and will try out daring activities. They can however feel insecure about their appearance etc.If down they may neglect their appearance and become depressed and run away from life. © 2013, Cristina Proano-Carrion, Aromandina LLC
This information is based on traditional use of aromatherapy and it does not intend to diagnose or treat any condition. This information should not be used as a substitute for medical counseling with a health care professional. No part of this article may be reproduced in whole or in part without the explicit written permission of Aromandina.
   
Jan 30 2013 set the stage for romance

Yes, the season of romance is here and most of us are looking for ways to make it special for our dear ones. Is it any coincidence that February is officially named the ‘American Heart Month’?

The second month of the year also brings our focus to the “emotional health” of the heart as well as our relationship with our loved ones and ourselves. The “heart” is home to the most complex emotions – both positive and negative.   A person who does not love himself enough can never have any love to give others, and a heart filled with jealousy, envy, rage and revenge can never forge a positive trusting bond. Therefore, the two secret ingredients for fulfilling romantic relationships are purity of the heart and self-love.

Nature has gifted us with essential oils for romance and sexuality that help in this journey towards self-realization and set the stage for enriching and satisfying relationships by:

  •  Cleansing the heart of “dark” emotions and encouraging “light” emotions like compassion, forgiveness and transformation.

  • Enhancing our sensuality and confidence, which makes us more desirable to the opposite sex.

  • Helping us sort out our emotions issues to reduce conflicts, resentment and bitterness in relationships.

  • Enhancing our libido and sexuality, thus encouraging physical intimacy between partners.

Let us now look at the three categories of essential oils that will help rekindle the love in your life and bring out the sensual romantic in you.

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Aromatherapy for romance: Bright and happy citrus scents to cleanse your heart  

Whenever I think of dirt (physical or emotional), the first thing that comes to my mind is the cleansing properties of citrus essential oils. Even commercial cleaning products contain extracts of citrus, don’t they?

  • Lemon: Like a ray of sunshine, lemon essential oil brightens up your life and washes away all impurities and negative feelings.

  • Sweet Orange: The scent of Sweet Orange is warming, comforting and “fodder for the heart”. It encourages you take things in good humor and absolves emotional confusion.

  • Grapefruit: The refreshing properties of Grapefruit instill positivity, joy and cheer, which are essential components of a healthy relationship.

Aromatherapy for sexuality: Beautiful and fragrant flowers for confidence and sensuality

Without confidence, sensuality is lost – no matter what you wear, how much you weigh or how your hair looks. A myriad of factors such as depression, anxiety, societal pressures or even a break-up can affect the way we feel about ourselves. Floral essential oils soothe our hearts and allow us to celebrate our unique beauty.

  • Clary Sage: Profound and seductive, Clary Sage negates melancholy and stimulates sexuality.

  • Ylang Ylang: A sweet aroma that soothes away bitterness, Ylang Ylang enhances libido and dispels feelings of jealousy and envy. Its exotic scent helps reunite our emotional and sensual natures.

  • Jasmine: Jasmine’s intense and seductive aroma is the perfect antidote for   performance anxiety, impotence and frigidity that result from depressive thoughts of inadequacy and undesirability.

  • Rose: The luxurious and erotic scent of rose fuels passion and self-assurance. It helps you discover and revel in your own sensuality.

  • Lavender:  With the healing qualities of Mother Nature, Lavender washes away emotional conflict and fills you with newfound confidence.

  • Helichrysum:  Calming and uplifting, Helichrysum instills courage and heals deep-seated emotional wounds.

Aromatherapy for libido: Spicy and powerful scents to fire up your desire

Want to know how to enhance sexuality with essential oils for massage and libido? There is no specific category for aphrodisiac essential oils, but those derived from spices are very helpful as they have strong, powerful aromas that fuel passion and make you realize how sexy you are!

  • Cardamom: This spicy scent encourages clarity of thought and warms even the coldest hearts.

  • Black Pepper: A tonic for stamina and strength, Black Pepper stimulates your mind and body, and urges you to take initiative in relationships.

  • Ginger: Arousing and inviting, the warm scent of ginger stimulates your appetite for love.

  • Patchouli: Patchouli has a voluptuous and suggestive aroma that delves deep into your emotions and instills a sense of freedom.

  • Vetiver: This earthy and positive scent helps shed inhibitions, self-consciousness and fears of intimacy.  Its sexually arousing and profound nature makes you bold and fearless in love.

How to use essential oils for romance and sexuality?

  • Choose one essential oil from each category and blend 10 drops of each in 1 Oz bottle of carrier oil to create your own Romantic Body Oil. Use this to massage your erogenous zones.

  • If you have a partner, give each other a sensual, loving massage.

  • Put 3 drops of each oil in an aromatherapy burner to create a sexy ambiance.

We love Valentine’s Day so much; we celebrate it for an entire month. What are you doing this February? Tell us how you have used aromatherapy for romance – we’d love to know!

Related blog posts:

 Fragances for Love 

How To Enhance Libido With Reflexology 

How To Enhance Libido With Essential Oils

  © 2013, Cristina Proano-Carrion, Aromandina LLC
This information is based on traditional use of aromatherapy and it does not intend to diagnose or treat any condition. This information should not be used as a substitute for medical counseling with a health care professional. No part of this article may be reproduced in whole or in part without the explicit written permission of Aromandina.

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