Love has a different essence for different people in different situations. For some, it is being able to look into a mirror and learn to feel beautiful. For others, it may be cuddling with the love of their life. For you, it may be a whole other thing.Which ever kind of love you want to have more of, you can literally just breathe it into being.
Essential oils are powerful and potent plant products that you can use to inhale or apply on your skin and shift into the vibration of love, and attract more and more of what you need in your life. However, you should combine, dilute and blend them in a carrier oil to receive their benefits without letting them cause irritation or harmful reaction.
All essential oils have different notes that you need to know about before blending them to receive maximum benefit from them. A "note" is a term that describes the effect an essential oil has upon its usage.
An essential oil of the top note is the one you first smell the fragrance of when you open the bottle of a blend. These oils have uplifting and energizing properties( for example, citrus essential oils). The essential oils of the "base note" are the last one to be smelled. These oils have a long-lasting scent and assist with grounding (example: vetiver). In between these notes, there are oils with a "middle note" which help with balancing and harmonizing the energies (example: Chamomile, rosemary, etc.)
Top Essential Oils For Love
Following are enlisted the top 7 essential oils that you can use to manifest love in your life:
Rose: Rose is the most common essential oil used for attracting love. It promotes the release of feel-good hormones and is excellent for improving your love life! It has a characteristic flowery aroma. The rose essential oil has a middle note and blends well with lavender, neroli, jasmine, mandarin, citrus and other fruity essential oils. Rose also promotes healthy and glowy skin making it a perfect addition to your self care rituals. It is also perfect for enhancing self-love. Legends say that Cleopatra used rose essential oil extensively and bathed in milk infused with rose petals! Bridget Rau with Divine Essentials uses Rose essential oil with lavender in her Twin Flame Union Spray and Roll-On.
Originally she had only intended upon making a Twin Flame candle for herself. While preparing Christmas Gifts for others she had a extra glass. She was to attract communication fom her Twin Flame, and the Emissaries told her the recipe. Not long after the candle was poured, it was still hardening in the kitchen when Bridget got a message from her person of intention. She was blown away and amazed how fast it worked, and at the words he chose to use. Previously it was her initiating a lot of the messages, and some were never responded to at all.
Vanilla: Vanilla is a marvelous aphrodisiac. Though vanilla oil is not technically an essential oil, it is used in aromatherapy vastly to reduce stress, anxiety and boost sexual chemistry. A hundred percent vanilla oil is expensive and improbable. Vanilla extract is also highly gummy and needs to be melted before use. Many vanilla based products use synthetic flavor and scent. Whenever you purchase vanilla oil, choose one with high vanillin content. Vanilla CO2 total extract has 26% vanillin and is one most used in aromatherapy. Vanilla oil has a base note and blends well with most other oils. You can also infuse vanilla in your carrier oils by adding the chopped vanilla beans in it and allowing it to stay for at least a week.
Ylang Ylang: Ylang Ylang is an empirical addition for your self-love practices and rituals. It improves self-esteem, eases anxiety and enhances mood. It can also assist with overworking tendencies and feeling burnt out. As an aphrodisiac, it reduces performance anxiety and can be diffused in a room to set the mood. It is also excellent for skin care as it has moisturizing and anti-aging properties. Divine Essentials uses Ylang Ylang Essential oils in her Sex Magic Roller and Love Potion Spray. Ylang Ylang essential oil has a middle note and blends with most citrus and wooden oils. It can also help with emotional healing and releasing negative emotions of guilt, sadness, anger or jealousy.
Patchouli: Patchouli essential oil is distilled from aged and fermented leaves of Pogostemon cablin. It has a musty and penetrating aroma and is known for its use in Tantric Sex Practices. It promotes mental and emotional health and is used in Asian Folk Medicine for skin and hair care. Patchuli essential oil has a base note and blends well with Cedarwood, Rose, Bergamot, Lavender, Lemongrass, Vetiver, Geranium, Clove, Myrrh, Jasmine and many other essential oils. It can also be diffused to help with Yoga, Meditation and Tai Chi Practices. Patchouli Essential Oil should not be used by people on blood-thinning medicines, or those about to undergo surgeries. It should also not be used by anyone with bleeding disorders. This is because it can interfere with blood clotting and can have disastrous effects. Bridget uses Patchouli essential oil in her Abundance Spray.
Sandalwood: The earthy aroma of sandalwood speaks for its use in beauty, health and healing rituals. It is said that the Hindu Goddess Laxmi resides inside the Sandalwood tree. It has a base note and blends with Clary Sage; Clove; Coriander; Cypress; Grapefruit, Lavender, Jasmine, and Frankincense. It is great for bath rituals, massages, and yoga practices. It also helps with skin detoxification and repair. Divine Essentials uses Sandalwood in her Grounded Protection Spray, Munay Spray and Sex Magic Roller.
Nutmug: Nutmeg has a spicy, cleansing and energizing aroma. It assists with bad breath and boosts circulation. Nutmeg has a middle note and blends well with Frankinsence, Cedarwood, Cardamom, Rosemary, and Orange. It increases passion, reduces everyday stress and helps you feel motivated. It is brilliant for self and passionate love. Traditional Chinese medicine utilizes Nutmeg oil for muscle pain and swollen joints.
Sweet Orange: Sweet Orange is a citrus essential oil with a top note. It aids in mood upliftment, arousal, feeling revitalized and rejuvenated. It is also good for any king of pain relief. It boosts confidence and helps timid partners bond intimately. It blends well with Lavender, Peppermint, Cinnamon, Cedarwood and Clove essential oils. However, all citrus-based essential oils are phototoxic. One should avoid direct exposure to sun or artificial tanning rays for at least a day after their application.
Do you have a favorite essential oil? Let us know in the comments!??