1. Jasmine. Intense, romantic, deeply floral, heady and exotic, this oil is the one to choose for that special night, or to attract that special someone. Care is recommended as some people may have an allergic reaction, so as unromantic as this may sound perform a patch test. To attract here's how to use: add a drops (and another if you need too) to 1/2 ounce aloe vera, and dab on wrists, temples, back of neck, elbow and knee creases and then meet up with your intended. To get things going with your main squeeze simply diffuse it and see how things go. Jasmine may be combined with other oils.
2. Ylang Ylang. Sweet, but definitely not subtle! The "flower of flowers" will get the point across very quickly. Dab it on like a perfume by blending with aloe vera (1 or 2 drops per half ounce). He'll fall at your feet. A little unknown secret about ylang ylang is that it will give you the confidence to approach him (or her ) if he or she seems unapproachable. If your desired one is yours already, ylang ylang is one of the best aphrodisiacs out there-- releases endorphins for a really good time. Can wear as a seductive scent or diffuse - or put a drop or two on a pillow.
3. Cinnamon. No surprise here. Hot, spicy and exotic, cinnamon will get things going. Refrain from using it in the tub, and use the leaf not the bark. To attract attention: drop on a hankie to keep nearby. If you want to romance your partner create an exotic ambiance and diffuse or dab silken lingerie with a drop of essential oil on a hidden place and then let him find it.
4. Clove. Can be a skin irritant, but use it to irritate his/her most basic urge. Do not use with anticoagulant drugs or with hemophiliacs as eugenol may interfere with blood clotting. Irresistibly sassy, clove can be used like cinnamon. Combine the two for a one-two knock out that neither of you will forget.
5. Ginger. Surprise! This zingy root used to sooth a sore throat, calm a cold and create a comforting environment, can also be an irritant! An irritant to those urges we want to awaken. Ginger can also react on sensitive skin so use with care. This oil is quite potent, might be best mixed with cinnamon or clove.
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