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The study found that the scents of foods, like
cucumber, fruits, vanilla, pumpkin pie, cinnamon etc.
are strong aphrodisiacs, especially during the
Christmas Holiday Season.

While many theories exist as to how scents
can increase sexual desire,  it is suggested that
certain scents bring back happy memories,
thus lightening a person's mood and making

Another possibility is that certain scents stimulate
areas of the brain involved in sexual arousal.
Byline: Denise Mann Medical Tribune News Service
scented bath or lotions work wonders.

softly musky or smell like food... Vanilla,
sugar, sandalwood, flowers or lavender.

Men are enticed by scent but are more "visual"  
Women love the feeling the scent creates.
It's easy to create a sensual ambiance with the use
you can bring a wonderful new dimension to your love life.
to put both of you in the mood for romance.

So which are the best
Aromatic scents for love and passion?

Sandalwood: Invokes fantasy

Lavender: Invites romance

Vanilla: Sweet, passionate stimulant

Ylang Ylang: Euphoric qualities

Jasmine: Increases passion

Rose: Increases passion, especially for females

Patchouli: Provokes passion, particularly for men

Geranium: Relaxation

Mixing several of these scents together has a more
powerful affect than using just one alone. A woman can
choose two or three as an Aromatic blend worn on the skin
to reduce stress and enhance intimacy. You can also use
these scents in an Oil Burner to set the scene for a
romantic dinner in your home, or try adding a few drops to
your Massage Oil or bathtub for passion and romance.
The sense of smell is often neglected during lovemaking.
However, to really create the feel of romance, it is important to appeal to all your senses. The best way
to appeal to your sense of smell is to layer subtle fragrances so that no fragrance overpowers the other.

When using these tips, bear in mind that with scent, less is better.

Things You'll Need:
candles (preferably soy)
scented lotions and oils

Take a luxurious bath. Try a salt scrub. The best ones are made from sea salts from the
dead sea because they are very rich in minerals that will leave your skin feeling luxuriously soft. Try scents
that arouse you. An example is "Sensual Amber"  which is a scent that acts as an aphrodisiac.

Shave excess body hair from your intimate areas. Scientists believe that pubic hair traps the release of
specific scents your body produces to attract your partner. Shaving releases those scents.

Layer on scents. A scented lotion after your bath, such as "Sensual Amber"  will heighten your lover's arousal.

Use a pheromone enhancer. Pheromones are natural chemicals released by the body. They act as your
personal id. Everyone has a unique, natural scent. Pheromone enhancers are perfumes that react to your
own scent and are a great way to allow your lover to distinguish you from other people.

Light candles. Scented soy candles are best because they burn at much lower temperatures than
regular candles, making the wax safe & long lasting.

Add fragrance to your lovemaking area.
The key to arousing your sense of smell is to use subtle fragrance in specific areas.

A lightly scented linen spray that compliments or matches the other fragrances around you will be scentsational!
Aromatherapy benefits: uplifting, inspiring, confidence-building.
blue, turning green then brown with age and exposure to light. The odor is sweet, tobacco-like and fruity, apple-like.
It adds a  warm, long-lasting, rich undertone in perfumes. Chamomile is a mild, soothing oil and is popular
in massage blends and other herbal preparations.
Aromatherapy benefits: calming, relaxing, soothing.

Eucalyptus
- Of the 300 species of eucalyptus trees in the world, Eucalyptus globulus is the best known. Eucalyptus has long
been used in topical preparations such as liniments and salves. Cineole is the major constituent.
Aromatherapy benefits: purifying, invigorating.

Essential tea tree oil:
As the name suggests, this oil is extracted from the tea tree plant. Tea tree essential oils are also
often blended with lemon. The smell of this oil is often fresh, earthy, woody, and sometime, medicinal. Essential tea tree oil is
widely known for its antibacterial and antifungal properties. It most common uses are in the treatment of skin conditions (such as
athlete's foot, candida, acne, cuts, sores, and bites) and respiratory conditions (such as colds, flu, and whooping cough).

Grapefruit - cold-pressed from the peel of the common grapefruit. It has a fresh, sweet, bitter, citrus aroma.
It is used to scent citrus perfumes and colognes, soaps, creams and lotions.
Aromatherapy benefits: refreshing, cheering.

Jasmine Absolute
- The fragrance of jasmine is a component in so many perfumes that there is an old saying:
"No perfume is complete without jasmine." Artificial jasmine cannot begin to compete with the full, rich, honey-like
sweetness of true jasmine, despite the efforts of the best perfume chemists in the world. Great expense goes into
producing pure jasmine oil. The flowers must be hand-picked before dawn when the essence is at its peak,
and large quantities are needed to produce small amounts of oil.
Aromatherapy benefits: calming, relaxing, sensual, romantic.

Lemon - lemon oil is cold-pressed, a much better oil than distilled. The scent is evocative of the fresh ripe peel.
Lemon oil in the bath or in massage oils should be well diluted as it can cause skin irritation. Caution: avoid using the
oil in body care products when going out into the sun as it can cause redness and burning of the skin.
Aromatherapy benefits: uplifting, refreshing, cheering.

Lavender
- Lavender oil is used in baths, room sprays, toilet waters, perfumes, colognes, massage oils, sachets,
salves, skin lotions and oils. It has a sweet, balsamic, floral aroma which combines well with many oils
including citrus, clove, patchouli, rosemary, clary sage and pine.
Aromatherapy benefits: balancing, soothing, normalizing, calming, relaxing, healing.

Orange, Mandarin
- Although the botanical differences between mandarin and tangerine are slight, the oils
expressed from each differ in aroma and are not considered interchangeable in aromatherapy. The floral,
neroli-like undertones of mandarin are evocative and sensual. Mandarin is used in combination with other
citrus oils in colognes and fantasy-type perfumes. (See Tangerine.)
Aromatherapy benefits: uplifting, cheering, sensual.

Sandalwood
- Sandalwood oil has a sweet-woody, warm, balsamic aroma that improves with age. The essential oil
blends wonderfully with most oils, especially rose, lavender, neroli and bergamot. Sandalwood oil is also an excellent
cleansing, astringent addition to massage and facial oils, bath oils, aftershaves, lotions and creams.
Aromatherapy benefits: relaxing, centering, sensual.

Oregano essential oil
: The essential oil from oregano is mostly extracted via steam distillation. The oil is light
yellow in color and has a strong and sharp aroma. Oregano essential oil has been known to be a skin irritant,
and hence, a reaction test should be done prior to application and/or inhalation.
Oregano essential oil is mostly used to treat conditions affecting the respiratory and digestive systems.

Patchouli essential oil: The botanical name for this deep golden brown oil is Pogostemon cablin. Patchouli
essential  oil has a rich, woody, and earthy fragrance with a hint of fruit. It is also widely used for its antibacteria
l and antifungal properties. Patchouli essential oil is used for treating acne, dermatitis, and eczema.
It is also known to be effective in helping with fatigue and stress.

Spearmint - Aromatherapists use spearmint to energize the mind and body. A few drops in bath water
has a refreshing effect while a facial steam of spearmint oil helps cleanse and tighten pores.
Aromatherapy benefits: refreshing, cooling, vitalizing

Tea Tree
- The leaf of the tea, or ti, tree had a long history of use by the indigenous peoples of Australia before tea tree was
"discovered" by the crew of the famous English explorer James Cook. The aroma of the oil is warm, spicy, medicinal and volatile.
It is occasionally used to scent spicy colognes and aftershaves. It blends well with lavandin, rosemary and nutmeg oils.
Aromatherapy benefits: cleansing, purifying, uplifting

Vanilla
- The aroma is lingering sweet balsamic.
Aromatherapy benefits: calming, comforting, balancing, sensual.

Ylang Ylang Extra - Ylang ylang oil is distilled from the early morning, fresh-picked flowers of the
cananga tree.  The distillation process is interrupted at various points and the oil accumulates is removed.
The first oil to be  drawn off is the highest quality and is graded "extra." Ylang ylang extra has an intense floral,
sweet, jasmine-like, almost narcotic aroma.
Aromatherapy benefits: sensual, euphoric.

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