Posts Tagged ‘Libido’

4 Libido-Boosting Essential Oils and How to Use Them

February 13th, 2015

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we look for ways to boost the passion in our lives. We make restaurant reservations. We plan weekend getaways and spa days. We order chocolate and flowers. We do all of these external activities, but why not kick off this holiday by igniting your inner fire? Whether you are single or have been married for 30 years, the way that we feel on the inside plays a big role in how hot this fire burns on the outside. Essential oils are a great, natural way to wholly immerse yourself in your intrinsic energy and the potential of your desires.





In the spirit of passion, our favorite essential oils are Cardamom, Jasmine, Rose and Sandalwood. Cardamom enlivens and refreshes, Jasmine diminishes fears and releases inhibitions, Rose invites feelings of love, while Sandalwood encourages self-acceptance. A blend of these essential oils can work in synergy to release your inhibitions, promote magnetism and heighten your sensuality.


Here are four great ways to use these oils to spice things up this Valentine’s Day:

 1. Make a massage oil

· Add 5 drops of Rose and 5 drops of Sandalwood essential oil to 1 oz of unscented massage oil or jojoba oil, mix and use for a whole-body massage. These two essential oils are wonderful for the skin, too!

2. Add to your bath

· Add 4 drops of Jasmine to .5 oz of milk before adding to your bath. (Remember that oil and water don’t mix, so it’s important to dilute the oils in a fat-soluble carrier before adding to your bath.) This creates a sensual, seductive scent for your evening. Forget your synthetic perfume!

3. Diffuse in your bedroom

· Put 5 drops of Cardamom essential oil in your diffuser and watch results happen with this spicy and enthralling rapture.

4. Make a heart-opening chest rub

· Add 5 drops of Cardamom and 5 drops of Rose to .5 oz of unscented lotion or jojoba oil, mix and rub directly on the chest to expand the joy and ecstasy in your heart.


Remember to always dilute your oils safely to avoid any possible skin irritation.

5 Reasons to Love Cardamom Essential Oil

September 9th, 2014

Did you know that the use Cardamom essential oil was first documented over 3,500 years ago in the Egyptian pharmacological document, Ebers Papyrus? Since then, scientists have discovered numerous ways to use it to heal the body.


5 Reasons to Love Cardamom EO 

Here’s why Cardamom is so great:


1. Freshens breath. Cardamom seeds are chewed to sweeten breath. 


2. Great for digestive issues. Cardamom essential oil eases the stomach and relaxes muscle spasms.


3. Libido boost. Cardamom essential oil is a well-known aphrodisiac.


4. Detoxifies the body. It has a stimulating, tonic effect on the kidneys.


5. Acts as an expectorant. Ayurvedic Medicine uses cardamom essential oil for bronchial complaints because it counteracts mucus-forming foods.


Cardamom essential oil can be found in our Detox, Passion, Digest and Abstain blends.


Ask Cary: Calming Blends + Libido

August 1st, 2014

We get all kinds of questions about essential oil therapy, and Cary makes sure to answer each and every one of them. Recently, we realized that those answers were only going to the person who asked the question. You know that at 21 Drops we believe that sharing is caring, so we decided to do a weekly roundup of some of the Q’s & A’s to help you be your best self!


This week’s topics: Calming Blends + Libido


Happy Woman

Question: Can you recommend anything that would have a calming/happy effect?

Answer: I created two blends for your calming and soothing needs: Calm and De-Stress. De-Stress was created for full-on anxiety, whereas calm is more about taking the edge off. I would also recommend Uplift. This blend will help brighten your outlook and offer emotional support.

Question: What can I use to improve my libido?

Answer: I’d recommend Strength for improving libido. The Rosemary encourages clarity and confidence, Rose is a natural anti-depressant and aphrodisiac, and Cedarwood is grounding and fortifying. This blend happens to be one of my favorites.


Do you have a question for Cary? Ask here.