The hormonal system or endocrine system can also be regulated by aromatic molecules present in certain essential oils. In some cases this can be very beneficial for the organization and present targeted special interests (female hormonal system, diabetic problem, etc …)
Rosehip Seed Oil, St John’s wort macerate oil, Evening primrose (E.P.O), Santalum album E.O, Cananga odorata III E.O, Turnera diffusa E.O, Cupressus sempervirens E.O.
Rosehip oil is rich in fatty acids & carotenoids, it is known for its powerful skin regenerating properties.
St John’s wort is known for its anti-inflammatory & cicatrizing properties, this oily macerate is used to calm muscle & joint pain.
E.P.O oil prevents skin aging & restores the suppleness of the epidermis. It also has softening & revitalizing properties.
Sandalwood E.O is an aphrodisiac that can help increase libido (especially for men) & provide energy.
YlangYlang III E.O can really activate the romance within couples & can improve the sex life. This can be very beneficial for people who have lost interest in sex due to tremendous workload, professional stress, depression, or the effects of pollution. The loss of libido or frigidity is a growing problem in modern life, but relying on natural essential oils like Ylang-Ylang can really help you find your sex drive.
Damiana essential oil is renowned for its sexual-enhancing qualities & its positive effects on the reproductive organs. Using damiana essential oil balances the emotions that are connected with sexual problems. It is relaxing but also very leveling & uplifting.
Cupressus sempervirens E.O has a woody, slightly spicy & refreshing masculine smell, this essential oil of Cypress de Provence BIO is known for its exceptional qualities as a tonic of venous circulation.
How to use
Apply to shoulders, base of neck, soles & wrists. A back massage will be very efficient also.
Well-preserved & built in optimum hygienic conditions, your product will keep for at least 6-9 mths.
Keep in mind that alternative medicine should not be used as a substitute for standard care. Self-treating a condition and avoiding or delaying standard care may have serious consequences.