Loving Touch Massage Oil
Luxurious, exotic, beautifully balanced; this legendary aphrodisiac massage blend, Loving Touch, was craftfully formulated using some of nature’s most intoxicating and traditionally heart-opening aromas in one massage oil blend.
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Loving Touch Massage Oil was formulated to encourage an experience of being massaged with a loving touch! This formula utilizes the synergy of essential oils that are highly prized for not only their therapeutic properties of relaxing and restoring the nervous system, but also opening the heart as a sacred passage for the spirit to flow.
Australian Sandalwood (soothing, sedative and anxiety-reducing, with a lovely aroma), Dark Patchouli (considered a great balancer, relaxing yet stimulating), Black Pepper (warm and stimulating), Peru Balsam (a sustainable and heavenly substitute to Vanilla), Ylang Ylang Extra (floral, alluring, exotic - considered one of the most important essential oils in perfumery), Jasmine Sambac (highly valued in aromatherapy for its euphoric, sensual qualities), held in the base of Coconut MCT Oil (lightweight and readily absorbed Coconut Oil, minus the long fatty acid chains leaving it liquid and odorless).
About The Ingredients
Australian Sandalwood Essential Oil -Long considered the oil of choice for meditation, Sandalwood is reputed to quiet mental chatter. Sandalwood has a great effect on spiritual development related to the crown chakra, and it also links the base and crown chakras. Its aroma is relaxing, uplifting, soothing, and may improve mood. Australian Sandalwood essential oil is high in sesquiterpenes, a class of compounds that have been studied in Europe for its effects of stimulating the pineal gland. The pineal gland is responsible for regulating sleep, so using Sandalwood oil may induce and improve sleep cycles as well as enhance dream activity and dream recall capacity. The pineal gland is also responsible for the limbic region (emotional center) of the brain. This makes Santalum Spicatum Oil great for helping to balance the emotions, specifically when emotional states are hot and agitated or when reacting to others with aggression or irritation. It also makes it a good oil for dealing with fear, stress, and a hectic daily tempo.
Dark Patchouli Essential Oil - May help ground and stabilize the overanxious mind, bringing one back to one's body. It is said to bring the three principal forces at work within the body into harmony – Creativity at the navel, Love at the Heart, and Transcendental Wisdom at the crown. Long considered an aphrodisiac, it may work through relaxation to re-establish a connection to one's sensuality. The aroma may also uplift and has been considered to bring about a sense of spiritual nourishment. Considered warming and moistening, it is an excellent remedy for conditions of excess wind or where the Vata dosha is present. Being of the earth, this oil has calming, grounding and centering properties that work on both the body and the mind equally. Due to its watery nature, it is can assist in working against excess heat or Pitta dosha in the body and mind. According to TCM, Patchouli's warm and sweet qualities may be used for people with a deficiency of Qi in the spleen and pancreas.
Black Pepper Essential Oil - Good in warming liniment formulas and massage blends to increase blood flow. Black pepper essential oil contains a broad range of compounds that have been found to have therapeutic activities in scientific research. The most abundant of these compounds are limonene, beta-caryophyllene, alpha-pinene, and beta-pinene.
Peru Balsam Essential Oil - one of a kind with its rich, sweet, woody and especially vanilla-like aroma. The historical uses of Balsam of Peru date as far back as the Mayan culture where it was used as incense and medicinal purposes. Sixteenth-century popes sanctioned the substitution of Balsam of Peru for the much harder to find Mecca balsam for ceremonial incense use as well as for anointing oils. In folklore, Balsam of Peru oil was thought to attract wealth and happiness, promote creativity and dreamwork, and to protect against emotional excess. The aroma is very uplifting and can aid in times of nervous tension to help one relax and decompress.
Ylang Ylang Extra Essential Oil - Energetically cool and moist (Yin energy), Ylang Ylang works to clear heat from the heart, when severe nervous tension leads to cardiovascular symptoms.
Simultaneously harmonizing the Mind (Shen) and calming the NERVOUS SYSTEM, the oil is known for its ability to "cool down" states of restlessness and agitation. It's soothing and calming to the mind and body, opening the heart and enhancing mood (especially sensual). The emotional hallmark of Ylang Ylang is a gentle euphoria that can be used during all phases of life to uplift emotions and help calm overexcited states. It can be used to support grounding and stabilization during experiences of fear and upset. Ylang ylang helps to create a feeling of peace and dispels anger, rage, and frustration which are often a hindrance to healing, meditation, and all spiritual activities. It can help balance male and female energies, reducing internal conflict between these seeming opposites. In this manner, the aroma of the oil may positively influence sexual relationships, help restore confidence and self-esteem, and inspire creativity.
Jasmine Sambac Essential Oil - Jasmine's particular gifts lie in the subtle realm. It is perhaps the psyche and emotions that are the principal beneficiaries of jasmine's powers. Add this precious treasure to blends to diminish feelings of fear, sadness, and gloom; Jasmine is thought to bring confidence and optimism and to produce feelings of euphoria. In general, feelings of love and peace surround this exquisite and delicate floral oil. The effects of jasmine have been described by Fischer-Rizzi as capable of changing our mood so intensely that it offers little choice other than optimism. She says that jasmine is especially helpful for emotional dilemmas, particularly when they involve relationships and sex. It is found to release inhibition, liberate the imagination, develop exhilarating playfulness, and has the power to transcend physical love, fully releasing male and female sexual energy. Jasmine is recommended for those whose approach to life is based on values discordant with the individual soul and its true desires.
MCT Coconut Oil - also known as Fractionated Coconut oil, MCT is a superb carrier oil for essential oils for its consistency in remaining liquid, and its penetrating and absorption powers. It is also now considered the best base oil for natural perfumes because of its lack of odor and resistance to oxidation. To top it all off, it makes an excellent massage oil base for its ‘feel’ and ‘glide’–many massage therapists are now switching from Virgin Coconut oil to Fractionated Coconut oil.