Certain Essential Oils have an affinity with feminine energy. The following essential oil descriptions are only an introduction to the complex and subtle character energies they provide. Experiment with the ones on the list, and other essential oils, and enjoy!
Angelica Essential Oil gets called in when the going gets tough. It will get you through. It will not solve your problems for you, but it will help you see them in a new light. Changes sluggishness into revitalization.
Benzoin Essential Oil is warming and energizing. It’s like wrapping up against the storm, or like eating chocolate. It penetrates the emotional shield and can provoke erotic thoughts.
Bergamot Essential Oil is original and persuasive. It coaxes you out of depression and enlivens your sex life. It mitigates out crises and allows you to get what you want.
Chamomile (Roman) Essential Oil is golden. It humbly dispels nervousness and anger. It creates emotional stability, (nothing can worry you now). It majestically clears away past emotional debris.
Clary Sage Essential Oil is like a seductive man, (it makes you heady and euphoric), but it’s also profound. It calms melancholy, paranoia, and stress. It stimulates the sexual woman in you.
Coriander Essential Oil is uplifting and encouraging. It gently stimulates you into action. It is provocative, spicy, and warm.
Cypress Essential Oil is proud and enigmatic. It eases the sadness, yet is direct and outspoken. It helps you to stand up for yourself.
Fennel Essential Oil helps a woman enjoy a workout at the gym or a visit to the Well Woman Clinic. It comforts and enlivens the personality.
Geranium Essential Oil is friendly, kind, and sweet. It balances the aggressive and passive effects of life. It creates harmony and good humor between the sexes, and irons out irrationality and discontent.
Grapefruit Essential Oil is a liquid face-lift. It brightens up the day, or night, like a ray of sunshine warming your back and face. It is a booster oil full of positivity and confidence.
To be continued…
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Scents & Scentuality
By Valerie Ann Worwood