Libido, sexuality and pure rose oil
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Pure rose oil has the highest frequency around 320 Hertz of all the essential oils on this world. This in itself is an important factor. It means that the fragrant molecules of the rose oil are able to quickly penetrate and travel the infinitesimal pathways of the body, rapidly energising every cell, bringing balance and harmony to the body. For this reason rose oil may help with chronic sexual disabilities like frigidity, impotence and sluggish libido. It is stimulating and elevating to the mind, creating a sense of well being.
There are many ways to enhance and improve libido. We can attend to our diet, meditate to reduce stress levels, do some basic and simple yoga postures or partake in some regular exercise. However, it does seem that whenever libido and aromatherapy is mentioned in the same article, rose oil (rose otto, rose attar) is put forward as a simple remedy.
Rose essential oil has been dedicated to Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of sexual love and beauty, and her Roman equivalent, Venus. Because the scent of rose is so sensual, the Romans scattered rose petals on the bridal beds for the wedding night... a tradition now embodied in throwing confetti.
Pure rose oil is also recommended for women who find it difficult to reach orgasm and whose low sex drive or libido is linked with lack of self-confidence or with menstrual problems. It is also beneficial for men suffering from erectile dysfunction.
Beautifully fragrant, rose oil is uplifting and anti-bacterial. It regulates female sex organs, nourishes the skin and is an anti-depressant, sedative and tonic. It benefits the uterus by helping to tone and regulate uterine activity. It is also useful for depression and low libido.
Traditionally, the delightful floral scent of rose denotes innocence and purity, it is also perhaps the most trusted stimulant of sexual desire. The evocative rose aroma is said to overcome impotence and frigidity, to calm nerves, eliminate feelings of jealousy, disappointment and resentment, all of which are a bonus for lovers.
Deep, sweet and flowery, an exquisite perfume, its beautiful fragrance is almost intoxicating and aphrodisiac. It has a soothing effect on the emotions, particularly deep depression. The fragrance of rose oil lifts the heart and eases nervous tension and stress. It gives a woman positive feelings about herself and calms premenstrual tension, promotes vaginal secretions and regulates the menstrual cycle.
Its beneficial action on infertility aids "male" problems too, probably by increasing the semen. Helpful with sexual difficulties, particularly frigidity and impotence, the fragrance also releases the "happy" neurotransmitter dopamine. (Dopamine is synthesized in the body, mainly nervous tissue and adrenal glands, by the decarboxylation of DOPA by aromatic L amino acid decarboxylase).
The mere thought of aphrodisiacs is romantic, conjuring up images of love potions and uncontrollable passion. Shrouded in a mist of myth and magic, pure rose oil is recorded over and over throughout history and across cultures. Science has finally begun to catch up to folklore in providing an explanation for the sexually stimulating effects of this amazing essential oil.
Scent is a simple way to set the mood for romance, whether applied as a perfume or diffused through a room. Our sense of smell is primal. The nerve endings in the nose are barely separated from the limbic system of the brain, the "old brain" that serves as the center for our basic instincts, including sexual desire.
Rose oils literally have the power to change your mind ... what else ?
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Safety Considerations :
Rose oil is an active substance, so,
+ Do not take essential oils internally.
+ Do not apply rose oil to eyes, sensitive areas or mucous membranes.
+ Do not apply pure rose oil undiluted to skin (for directions on proper dilution refer to an aromatherapy text). The information on this website is not intended to diagnose or prescribe. Pregnant women, nursing mothers and children should not use essential oils (specially rose oil) without first consulting an appropriately trained healthcare practitioner.
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