The Best Essential Oils for Erectile Dysfunction

The best essential oils for erectile dysfunction are:

1) Lavender – it’s one of the most popular essential oils used for sexual pleasure.

It is known to stimulate blood flow to the genitals and increase sexual desire. Its aroma has been described as sweet, floral, and musky. The smell is pleasant enough to make men feel relaxed during their daily activities.

2) Clove Oil – it stimulates the nerves and increases blood circulation to the genital area.

It is known to relieve stress and anxiety. It smells like fresh cut grass, wood smoke or burning leaves. Some people prefer its scent while others dislike it due to its strong odor. The smell can be unpleasant if inhaled directly into the lungs or nose.

3) Rosemary – it helps with relaxation, sleepiness, depression, anxiety and insomnia.

It smells like fresh rose petals, flowery scents, or even mint tea. It is known to reduce stress and improve mood.

4) Peppermint – it relieves headaches and other types of pain.

It smells like peppermint candies, flowers or incense smoke. People who enjoy its scent say that they feel calm and peaceful when using it.

5) Lemon Verbena – it relaxes the nervous system and improves concentration levels in the brain.

It smells like grassy scents or even tea tree oil.

6) Roman Chamomile – it increases the levels of serotonin in the brain, which helps with stress relief and mood improvement.

It smells like fresh flowers or hay. Some people have allergic reactions to this essential oil.

7) Sandalwood – it calms the nerves and relieves anxiety and stress.

It smells like Indian incense or mangoes.

The recommended essential oils used for massages are:

1) Clary Sage – it can combat fatigue, improve memory, mood and even fertility levels.

It is known to treat hormonal problems in women. It smells like ripe fruits or bitter oranges. Some people feel nauseous or vomit when exposed to high doses of clary sage.

2) Jasmine – it has a pleasant smell and is used for depression, stress relief and seductive desires.

It is known to treat female hormonal problems.

3) Helichrysum – it relieves pain and fatigue, which makes it great for people suffering from chronic illnesses.

It smells like fresh flowers.

4) Neroli – it increases blood flow to the genitals, which makes it a good natural alternative for treating erectile dysfunction (ED).

It smells like orange blossoms. Some people may be allergic to this essential oil.

5) Roman Chamomile – it helps with anxiety, depression and restlessness.

It smells like daisies or tea tree oil. Some people are allergic to this essential oil.

6) Ylang ylang – it is used for treating depression, stress, and anger issues.

It smells like flowers or heavy perfume. Some people may experience allergic reactions when exposed to this essential oil.

7) Vetiver – it helps with insomnia, anxiety and nervousness.

It smells like fresh earth or grass.

Note: There are many other essential oils that can be used for massages such as grapefruit, lemon, ginger, peppermint, sage, cypress, basil, tangerine and more. The main purpose of an essential oil is to provide scent and enhance the aroma.

Essential oils can be found at most health food stores or online. If you have any allergies or negative reactions to these essential oils, do not use them. Always do a skin patch test before applying the essential oil over a large area.

Steps for giving a sensual massage using essential oils:

1) Create the right environment – turn off or unplug all phones, ask your partner to be naked and make sure you are free of distractions.

2) Set up all your supplies within easy reach and have everything ready to go.

3) Put on some relaxing music.

4) Warm some oil in your hands and begin by rubbing the person’s shoulders.

5) Using your thumbs make circular motions on the back, neck, and shoulders.

6) Apply oil to your hands and rub the entire body.

Start with the feet, then work your way up from the ankles, calves, thighs, etc. Be sure to spend plenty of time on the abdomen and chest area. Spend extra time rubbing the back, shoulders and neck.

7) Create more oil mix or warm more oil in your hands as necessary.

8) End with a 30-60 minute full body massage, focusing on the back, neck and scalp.

How to give a sensual massage without oils:

Applying lotion or another cream during a sensual massage is not necessary, but it may make things more convenient for you if your partner has dry skin. If you decide to use lotion or another cream, apply a small amount to your palms and then rub your hands together to warm it up. Then rub your hands over the area you want to apply the lotion. Using circular motions, begin at the feet and slowly work your way up towards the head. Be sure to spend plenty of time on the chest and abdomen.

Never apply lotion or another cream to the person’s genitals! This should go without saying, but you don’t want to have to explain to an ambulance EMT why you covered your partner’s junk in A&D ointment.

Cautions when using essential oils and lotions:

Do not apply oil or cream to the genitals! The oils and creams can cause a variety of negative reactions to the sensitive skin in that area. Also, avoid applying it around the butt crack or the genitals.

Always wash your hands after applying oils and creams to your partner. If you inadvertently touch your own genitals, it can cause a burning sensation that lasts for hours.

If your partner begins to feel lightheaded or nauseous, have them sit up and drink some water. The person may also experience a warming sensation throughout their body or a temporary increase in blood pressure. These effects will pass as soon as the massage is over.

Have fun and be creative! Use the opportunity to explore your partner’s desires. Use these techniques with other types of foreplay and intimacy to achieve maximum effect. For more ideas, check out the following links:

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