Lack of female stimulation, mood swings, vaginal dryness, dizziness, libido. An all familiar list, right? The modern workplace is bustling with activities and it’s no surprise that women don’t have any gas left for “bedroom affairs” at the end of the day.

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The Best 15 Essential Oils For Female Stimulation
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How do we use essential oils to regain female stimulation? Anyone who’s ever been to a biology class knows that hormones play a crucial part in the female reproductive system, what they don’t teach in elementary Biology, is that many biological processes can be influenced by essential oils.

The challenging part is in knowing what essential oils are beneficial. Lucky for you, we’ve done the research and here are The Best 15 Essential Oils for female stimulation.

1. Frankincense and Lavender for Treating Vaginal Dryness.

In Dr Stretcher’s book, “how to turn sandpaper sex into enjoyable sex”, it’s clear that sex Is uncomfortable when the vagina is itchy. The book describes in detail how Female Stimulation and vaginal dryness are related. As a woman’s supply and quality of her eggs decrease, so, too, does the hormone estrogen. Eventually this journey takes her to the menopausal and postmenopausal years.

According to natural living family, the drop in estrogen may cause your vaginal lining to become thin, resulting in dryness, itching, and irritation. You may also be more susceptible to vaginal infections at this time. Vaginal dryness at times also may be due to medications, diabetes, or sexually transmitted diseases. If you are experiencing pain, bleeding, or unusual discharge, seek medical attention.

To help lubricate the vaginal lining, include more healthy fat like flax seed in your diet. Also, instead of having coffee or soda, choose water or your favorite broth. Exercise geared toward strengthening the pelvic floor and toning vaginal tissues may help.

The essential oils frankincense and lavender will soothe mucus membranes and are anti-inflammatory too.

2. Lavender and peppermint for squashing mood swings.

You love to swing. The motion of back and forth in the air is exhilarating—except if it is your mood that is swinging. You’re happy, you’re sad . . . you’re angry, you’re glad! Except that this time its negatively affecting your Female Stimulation. When your hormones begin to swing, so does your state of mind. It happens to everyone, and your mood can change without notice. When your mood is upbeat you’re a pleasure to be with. A troublesome mood will quickly bring you down.

Inhaling essential oils can support you through the troublesome moods. Clary sage brings hormonal balance for PMS related emotions while Frankincense calms anxiety and nervousness. Rosemary is energizing and uplifting. However, do not use if you are pregnant and/or nursing, have epilepsy, a fever, or are prone to seizures. Ylang ylang on the other hand calms anger and frustration.

Note: Don’t use peppermint in the bath, as it can be a skin irritant, and that would not help your mood!

3. Eucalyptus for fatigue.

“I’m so tired.” Does this sound familiar? Fatigue can creep up on you. There are so many responsibilities and daily challenges in life now. Excess emotional stress, depression, hormonal imbalance, and poor food choices can all cause fatigue. Some positive changes to your life will get some energy back: Start by getting restorative sleep.

Be sure not to have any stimulating food or beverage, or exercise two to three hours before you go to bed. Exercise is very important for fatigue, especially walking each day, but it is better not to exercise near bedtime. Last, but not least, give back to yourself. Create time for the activities that you enjoy.

Essential oils can help you feel invigorated, alert, and restful. is an analgesic—pain relieving; stimulating; clears the mind for focusing. Lemon, the “happy” oil is full of outward and expanding energy. Try this remedy and you will surely see your Female Stimulation skyrocket.

Inhale the oils for immediate refreshment. Put 2–3 drops of your favorite oil on a cotton ball, place in zip lock bag, and take with you to inhale as needed throughout the day.

4. Grape seed oil and geranium for PMS relief.

The imbalance in hormones days prior to a menstrual cycle will affect the majority of cells in a woman’s body. Isn’t it obvious that Female Stimulation is impossible when PMS pains are paramount? This can result in uncontrollable crying, anger, irritability, depression, concentration problems, tender breasts, weight gain, and headaches. The symptoms and their severity will vary from woman to woman.

When this imbalance happens, your family, friends, and even you cannot physically see the imbalance of hormones, only the results of it. Also, important to note is that the duration of symptoms also will vary from woman to woman. The three oils to help address a combination of PMS challenges are Clary sage, geranium, and lemon.

5. Lavender when you’re experiencing Irregular periods.

The majority of women will experience irregular periods at some point. This can be caused by pregnancy, stress (too much cortisol interferes with estrogen and progesterone levels), diet (too many unhealthy carbohydrates cause unbalance hormone production), medications, and excessive exercising (takes energy away from normal hormone production). There are, of course, other reasons, and if you suspect a serious underlying problem, seek medical attention.

A visit with clary sage, lavender, and rosemary may be of great relief to your body and yourself. Clary sage supports your hormonal health, lavender will support the lessening of anxiety and stress, and rosemary can decrease high levels of cortisol when stress is chronic.

6. Ylang ylang and lavender for a healthy bladder.

Urinary Incontinence (UI) is a loss of bladder control or leakage, meaning urine will leak out of the bladder before you can get to the bathroom. Millions of men and women have this problem either daily or occasionally.

Women can experience UI due to pregnancy, childbirth, or menopause. Both men and women can experience UI due to constipation, medication, caffeine/alcohol, infections, nerve damage, and excess weight. At times, there is pain associated with this condition. There are different types of UI, with physical stress (sneezing, coughing, laughing, exercising) being the most common cause.
Two essential oils that may add support to the treatment of your choice are ylang ylang and lavender.

7. Geranium for easing breast pain.

 

We enhance them with lacy undergarments. They bring nourishment to our babies. We allow them to be fondled by our lover. And yet, we may ignore them by not touching them monthly for signs of tissue change. Our breasts may even be painful during our monthly changes in estrogen and progesterone, feeling swollen and lumpy. If we are past menopause and taking hormone replacement therapy, we may experience similar breast pain. Sometimes the pain can come simply from our bra not fitting properly or we may have gained some weight.

There are positive actions to consider when dealing with breast pain. Eat clean and organic when possible and include fruits, vegetables, and grains while limiting your salt intake. Wear a bra that not only fits you properly but has excellent support. You may need to reduce caffeine, soft drinks, and chocolate (yes, I’m so sorry, chocolate). Some breast pain stems from stress.
We can also give our breasts some support, nourishment, and comfort. How do geranium and lavender sound?

8. All citrus oils eliminate dizziness

Have you experienced feelings of dizziness that reduce Female Stimulation? It’s not uncommon. At the least it can be annoying; at most it may be a symptom of something more serious. There are numerous reasons for dizziness such as fatigue, motion sickness, vertigo, medications, hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), and menopause. If you are having dizzy spells more often than not, it is advisable to seek medical attention as soon as possible.

Here we’re mainly concerned with the dizziness that comes with a woman’s journey through menopause. Lots of changes are happening internally and externally. A woman’s hormones are changing and estrogen is declining. This is when we need citrus based essential oils most.

9. Frankincense for re-energizing on slow days.

Fatigue, left untreated, leads to mental, physical, and emotional exhaustion. This will pose extremely serious health challenges such as high or low blood pressure, ulcers, bowel issues, and breathing challenges. When you become exhausted the slightest thing makes you feel like you will explode . . . and you just might.

Using essential oils in your recovery can be an immense support. Using clary sage, frankincense, and lavender gives you an instant boost.

10. Lemon oil before bed keeps night sweats at bay.

There you are just going about your daily routine or you are in a peaceful slumber and out of nowhere a sudden and intense heat rushes into your upper body and face! The heat continues for seconds but it feels likes hours. If you are pre-menopausal or menopausal, the fluctuating of estrogen and progesterone has just confused your poor hypothalamus into sending out signals that affect heat-inducing circulation.

Essential oils are a wonderful addition to a woman’s arsenal during menopause for the therapeutic properties of the oils that balance hormones and cool the body at the same time. Put together this quick recipe consisting of clary sage, geranium, lemon, and peppermint.

11. Using ginger essential oils as a libido booster.

For men, it’s usually erectile dysfunction. For women, it can be both mental and/or physical. Reasons for women can include stress, poor body image, depression, unbalanced hormones, painful intercourse, and fatigue. It is wise to seek medical and/or integrative support at this time.

Essential oils help with the normal ups and downs of libido in a woman’s life. Remembering that the home of sexual desire is the limbic system of our brain (inhalation), let’s make a blend using: clary sage, ginger, geranium, and ylang ylang.

12. Rosemary essential oils increase female stimulation (even when you’re pregnant).

We may inherit this condition, indulge in too much sodium, be pregnant, sit in one position too long, have just been injured, or are taking a medication. Whatever the reason, excess fluid is leaking from our capillaries and building up in the surrounding tissue. We are left with swollen hands, feet, and/or arms.

Some women drink nettle or dandelion tea to assist the body as a natural diuretic. It may be good to also have a balanced sodium intake while eliminating the excess fluid. You can find relief by lying down with your feet elevated higher than your heart.

13. Clove oil when you’re sore “down there”

There are many causes of inflammation: unbalanced hormones, injury, illness, chemicals, and even the food we eat. Usually there is swelling, pain; sometimes redness and heat. Often when one part of the body is inflamed, another part gets inflamed to help out. If you hurt your leg and ignore it, then your hip and other leg will begin to compensate for the injured leg. This is added inflammation your body must cope with, and in time, (if ignored) your posture will become affected as well as other systems.

This will place great stress and inflammation on the nervous system. With your nerves now dealing with extra inflammation at the expense of balancing other parts of your body, you will begin to feel sick. Thus, a large part of the body can become inflamed.

A considerable number of essential oils have anti-inflammatory properties. What are also needed are oils that contain therapeutic properties for pain and swelling, and oils that bring nourishment to the nervous system. Clove, frankincense, peppermint, and rosemary may prove to be helpful in dealing with inflammation.


David Small

is the founder and editor of relationshiptips4u. He is a dating, marriage & relationship coach, speaker, and author. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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