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Love Potions are the ancient art of improving romance in the bedroom.

Love Potion Pendant. $69.50 Free Post within Australia

Love Potion pendantBe ready for that Romantic Interlude.

The love potion is :-
A Lubricant
An Aphrodisiac
 Nootropic
100% Natural
Refillable

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 Love Potion No.1

Massage Oil  Concentrate $38.50

 Laced with Romance

 

Contains :-

Jojoba,

Rose Geranium,

Ylang Ylang,

Sweet Orange

a-pinenes

Sesquiterpenes

 

This bottle is a concentrated mixture and must not be used straight from the bottle. I have made it a concentrate to save you money on posting a larger bottle.  

Love Potion No.1  A Romantic Aromatherapy Massage Oil- to stimulate your libido

Love Potion No.2    Massage Oil Blend-can be used straight from the bottle. 

Love Potion No. 2 is the same mixture however, it has more base oil of Jojoba in the mix which allows it to be used straight from the bottle.

Love potion No. 1 Must be mixed with a base oil.

Any cold pressed vegetable oil is fine.

Pour 2 tablespoons of  vegetable oil into a bowl

Add one teaspoon of Love Potion No. 1

Mix and use as a massage oil.

Love Potion No 2 is a massage blend and ready to use.

 

Hello I am an Aromatherapist.  My pen name is Robyna Smith-Keys, you are viewing and considering my Love Potion No. 1. My personal guarantee is you will not be sorry you purchased this oil.

 It is not a funky, edible massage oil, it is more a scientific mix of libido stimulating base oil with added essential oils. Designed by nature (Not Me)  to lesson anger,  to increase your sense of relaxation, and stimulate your sexual desires, plus heighten your Phenyl ethylamine which is a natural chemical found in the body that you might not know first and foremost as a nootropic. Phenyl ethylamine is a happiness chemical.

It is commonly referred to as the Love Drug and is famous for being the component in chocolate that makes cocoa so appealing. This is why I strongly suggest you drink hot coco or eat some dark chocolate before going to bed with the love of your life.

 The men of yesteryear always gave their wife chocolates as a gift on payday.

“Women’s sexual desire and appetite begins in that great organ above the shoulders." The Brian.

The brain is the most complex organ in the body. The brain is made up of a complex network of billions of nerve cells called neurons, as well as other kinds of cells, all protected by the bones of the skull. ... That's a lot of energy for a human organ a little bigger than a softball.

But, first things first: To talk about what causes a low libido, you have to understand how your sex drive works.

A key component is testosterone. As a woman, you don't have enough of the hormone to grow a goatee; but the amount you do have plays a role in your sex drive, especially just before ovulation (when you're most likely to get pregnant).

Every month at mid-cycle, your brain signals the ovaries—which create 50 percent of the body's testosterone—to produce a surge of the lust-stimulating stuff. Basically, your body wants you to get busy during its optimal baby-making time.

Testosterone also initiates blood flow that causes your vagina and clit to become plump and sensitive. This leads to lubrication and, with any luck, one hell of an orgasm.

But why wait for this time in the month?  Sex is beneficial for  far  more than an orgasm./sexual climax.

A book could be filled with this subject but right now start increasing your libido with this amazing massage oil.

The first place a man should start massaging you is in and around your neck and shoulders. And if your mans not in the mood that is where you should massage him.

Do not plan to have sex straight away. Massage each other on the neck and shoulders then get some sleep. May I suggest you place some dried lavender in your pillow slip.

 I bet my bottom dollar you will wake a little earlier than usual and you will both be feeling very horny.

However, if you are both ripe and ready this oil will heighten all your romantic senses. May I be so bold as to recommend you massage this oil on each other. first the neck then the shoulder.  Then a dash of oil inside the virginal/clitoris, then onto the actual penis. Should the male person be prone to premature ejaculation do not massage the penis.   

Love Potions N0. 1 and 2. Have been designed for to aid these issues and more. 

If you are having mild vulvar irritation or discomfort, the first thing to do is stop using soap on the inner parts of your vulva. Clean water is perfectly adequate for washing there. Also, use only white unscented toilet paper, wash your underwear in detergents without dyes and perfumes, and stop using fabric softeners and anti-cling laundry products. Avoid using lotions and perfumed products on the inner vulva as well.  

Menopause-related vaginal dryness often leads to pain with penetration and during deep intercourse, and can be associated with arousal difficulties as well. Many different topical vaginal treatments are available, from nonprescription, nonmedicated lubricants and moisturizers to prescription-only topical forms of estrogen therapy (see table). 

Examples of commonly used lubricants, moisturizers, and vaginal estrogen products

Lubricants      

 We  believe with over 60 years experience our Love Potion No.1 and Love Potion No.2 work better than any store purchased product. However we have added information for you to be able to be skillfully informed.

 Non Natural Lubricants Contain:- 

Water-based: Astroglide, FemGlide, Just Like Me, K-Y Jelly,

 Pre-Seed, Slippery Stuff, Summer’s Eve, others

Silicone-based: ID Millennium, Pink, Pjur, Pure Pleasure, others

Oil-based (avoid): Mineral oil, Elegance Woman’s Lubricant, others 

Vaginal moisturizers   Fresh Start, K-Y Silk-E, Moist Again, Replens, K-Y Liquibeads, others

Vaginal estrogen products    Vagifem (vaginal tablet), Estrace (cream), Neo-Estrone (cream), Premarin (cream), Estring (low-dose vaginal ring) 

Lubricants and moisturizers are effective in relieving pain during intercourse for many midlife women with mild to moderate vaginal dryness, so these products are a natural place to start. That’s particularly the case for women who are not candidates for vaginal estrogen therapy or are not comfortable using it. 

Vaginal estrogen products deliver estrogen directly to the vagina, with minimal absorption to the rest of the body, and restore thickness and flexibility to vaginal tissues.  This is why we created a Love Potion for you.

If you have more severe vaginal dryness and related pain, or if lubricants and moisturizers don’t work well for you, see your healthcare provider. There may be a more serious cause of your discomfort that should be diagnosed and treated. You and your healthcare provider can also discuss low-dose vaginal estrogen products. These prescription-only products deliver estrogen directly to the vagina, with minimal absorption to the rest of the body, and restore vaginal tissue thickness and flexibility. These actions may help prevent other sexual problems (such as worsening pain during sex, vaginismus, or diminished arousal or orgasm) that can result from chronically painful sex. 

Lubricants. Vaginal lubricants work by reducing the friction associated with thin, dry genital tissue. They come in liquid or gel form and are applied to the vagina and vulva (and, if desired, to a partner’s penis) right before sex. Lubricants are not absorbed into the skin, are immediate-acting, and provide temporary relief from vaginal dryness and related pain during sex. They are particularly appropriate for midlife women whose vaginal dryness is an issue only or primarily during sex.

However, Aromatherapy oils such as those in  our Love Portion are a better safer choice.

A wide variety of lubricants are commercially available, either as water-based, silicone-based, or oil-based products. Water-based lubricants have the advantage of being nonstaining. Oil-based lubricants (such as petroleum jelly and baby oil) should be avoided, as they can cause vaginal irritation and are associated with high rates of latex condom breakage that can lead to sexually transmitted infections. Polyurethane condoms do not break with oil-based lubricants. 

“Warming” lubricants: Mixed responses  

Most lubricants are intended to temporarily address vaginal dryness, but some “warming” or “zesty” lubricants are marketed to enhance sexual response and function. These products cause a warming sensation on the skin that’s triggered by ingredients such as capsaicin (a component of chili peppers) or menthol. One of the warming lubricants, Zestra, has been shown to enhance sexual response in research studies. While some women experience pleasurable warming sensations with these products, others report that they cause stinging or burning pain. 

Moisturizers. Like lubricants, vaginal moisturizers reduce the painful friction that sex can cause as a result of vaginal atrophy. Additionally, moisturizers, unlike lubricants, are absorbed into the skin and cling to the vaginal lining in a way that mimics natural secretions. Another difference is that moisturizers are applied regularly, not just before sex, and their effects are more long-term, lasting up to 3 or 4 days. Some moisturizers have an applicator to help place the product into the vagina. 

For both moisturizers and lubricants, you may need to experiment with several products to find the one that’s best for you.

Because moisturizers maintain vaginal moisture and acidity, they are particularly appropriate for midlife women who are bothered by symptoms of vaginal dryness (such as irritation and burning) that are not limited to sexual activity. Some women who regularly use moisturizers still use a lubricant as needed before sex, for additional lubrication and comfort. For both moisturizers and lubricants, you may need to experiment with several products to find the one that’s best for you. 

Low-dose vaginal estrogen therapy. Estrogen products designed for vaginal application have been proven to restore vaginal blood flow and improve the thickness and stretchiness of vaginal tissue in peri- and postmenopausal women. These products act to reverse the thinning and dryness of vaginal tissues rather than just providing the temporary relief that lubricants and moisturizers do.  For this reason, low-dose vaginal estrogen is appropriate in most cases for peri- and postmenopausal women who do not get sufficient relief from moisturizers or lubricants or whose symptoms of vaginal atrophy are interfering with their quality of life. 

Severe vaginal atrophy may respond more quickly to vaginal estrogen therapy than to hormone pills or patches. 

Women who need relief from other significant symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes and night sweats, may want to consider higher-dose hormone therapy that raises estrogen levels throughout the body, as discussed on the next page of this program. However, for women without those other menopause symptoms, vaginal estrogen should be used since it is concentrated where it is needed and minimizes blood levels and possible side effects of estrogen on the rest of the body. Additionally, severe vaginal atrophy may respond more quickly to vaginal estrogen therapy than to hormone pills or patches that deliver estrogen throughout the body. 

Vaginal estrogen should be used at the lowest effective dose, again to limit any effects elsewhere in the body. If you’ve had breast cancer, be sure to mention this to your healthcare provider before using estrogen in any form so that you can properly weigh its benefits and risks. 

Low-dose vaginal estrogen is very effective against atrophy-related pain during sex, with up to 93% of women reporting significant improvement and 57% to 75% reporting that their sexual comfort is restored.13-17 Improvements in vaginal moisture and health typically occur within a few weeks of starting therapy, although relief from severe vaginal atrophy can take several months.

 Vaginal estrogen is available in several forms, all of which require a prescription:

 Vaginal creams are applied in small amounts (0.5-1.0 g) in the vagina 2 to 3 times a week. These products, known by the brand names Premarin, Estrace, and (in Canada) Neo-Estrone, should not be used as a lubricant before intercourse since the estrogen can be absorbed through a partner’s skin.

 That's is why we recommend you use Our Love Potion No. 2 because it is a lubricate, a healing moisturizer as well as a product that actually enters the blood system and heals many other issues.

The low-dose vaginal ring, Estring, is inserted into the vagina and worn for 3 months before being taken out and replaced; it does not need to be removed before sex. This low-dose estrogen ring is designed only to treat vaginal dryness and should not be confused with Femring, which is another vaginal ring that releases higher doses of estrogen for treating hot flashes and other symptoms of menopause.

The vaginal tablet, Vagifem, is placed in the vagina twice a week using an applicator (recommended) or a finger. Many women find the estrogen tablet less messy than estrogen creams.

All forms of vaginal estrogen are similarly effective, and most forms are associated with minimal side effects, although women’s individual responses may differ. The form chosen should be based on your individual preference, factoring in cost and insurance coverage, after discussion with your healthcare provider.

 If low-dose vaginal estrogen therapy is right for you, you may also use lubricants and moisturizers as needed. Sometimes, after estrogen therapy has restored the vaginal tissues to a more healthy state, it can be stopped and non-hormonal lubricants or moisturizers can be used alone. To maintain the benefit, however, it is important to continue regular vaginal sexual activity.

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