How to give erotic massage: massage oil


Why massage oil?

A lot of people think grabbing some hand cream or body lotion would do just fine for a massage, or worse (shudder) to “dry” massage. If you like this erotic massage to really catch erotic point, you have a real massage oil; something that will absorb a little bit into the skin, soften it, but also allows you to maintain smooth, steady movements massage.

You also want a massage oil to be something that you use only erotic massage . You want to get to the point where you can take a whiff of oil and have your body ready to rumble. You want to walk into the room the day, grab Lake residual smell of massage oil, and a smile on my what you did in that room the night before. You want to put a small drop of massage oil behind the ear, so that when you and your partner are out on the town, a party or a business meeting, perhaps at a restaurant, he will reach scent as it wafts past him, and he driven insane until he can get you one. Lubriderm lotion is not going to do it for you!

But let’s back up a bit here, take a step back and look at the bigger picture.

Brief History

oils and aromatherapy has been around for a long time. Just look in the Bible. Remember when Mary Magdalene anointed the feet of Jesus? Not only was she applied essential oils, but had to do it through massage. Mary knew the power of massage. It is a way to relax, relieve stress, interest, and “SR motor”, so to speak.

Oils have been around much longer than the Biblical times, though. About 2700 years before Christ, the Chinese were using herbs and burning oil.

Egyptians used oil of the mummification process, then finally apply the same herbs and oils to everyday life. In fact, Cleopatra used exotic and erotic jasmine oil to distract Marc Antony in business meetings (Ladies, take note!).

in India, practitioners of Ayurveda, a form of chemotherapy, employed the use of aromatherapy and massage. Greeks used oils for aromatherapy, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Romans used oils after bathing, and Aztec had a large number of herbs and plants. In 980 AD, in the Far East, the art of distilling alcohol led to the development of more modern perfumes.

I think it would not be too far-reaching to say that almost every culture at one time or another took advantage of natural resources and waste oils and massage.

How does it work?

Essential oils work in several ways. First, and probably most obvious, is the smell. The nose is an amazing organ. Ever notice how fleeting aroma wafting across the street can take you back in time 20 years to when you encountered this odor first? You may recall that point in vivid detail; much more detail, in fact, the photo could come back. Have you ever been a smell that reminds you of a certain person? Have you ever found yourself attracted to someone and not know why, only to find out later that it was the smell that he or she was wearing that aroused your interest? There are good reasons why. The nose is directly hardwired to your brain.

When the scent is inhaled particles aroma picked up by nerve endings in the back of the nose. The signal is then passed up to the brain, especially the limbic system.

The limbic system is the home of the hypothalamus, which in turn houses the pituitary gland. The pituitary gland, among other things, is responsible for the hormone. See where I’m going with this

Nose – to – limbic system – to – the hypothalamus – to – pituitary – to – the hormone released

There are different neurochemicals that are triggered by smell and cause mood swings. The first is familiar to just about everyone- Endorphine. Endorphin is a natural body hair. ENDORPHINE are typically associated with pain. Everyone has heard about a man who shot and did not know it, or the person who has broken a limb and do not feel pain. Thank great hormone Endorphine for it! ENDORPHINE are actually stronger than morphine, which is probably why the concept breaks down the “endo”, which means “within” and “phin”, which means “morphine”; literally the word means “morphine within.”

But pain is not the only job of ENDORPHINE. Elevated levels of these hormones seen after exercise and sex, as well. It is associated with feelings invicibility, enjoyment, calmness, and attunement with your body.

The neurochemical triggered by smell is serotonin. Serotonin is a calming hormone. It is associated with sleep, mood, movement, chest and abdomen.

Is it any wonder that aromatherapy is a great way to relax, calm, and enticing?

So now the nose has picked up the scent of oil has triggered a mad rush of hormones in the body. You can say, is a temporary condition. One could get used to the smell of oil and it is less effective, or during the evening hormonal effects dissipate. But there is more. The oils are also absorbed by fat cells, and the essential oils used in massage, whether erotic or not, drugs part of herbs are also new. Combine that with the effects of massage itself -stimulation traffic and heat production, not to mention easing tense muscles -. And you have excellent vehicle in which to completely spoil your partner with luxury

Introduction of essential oils

I personally believe that massage with essential oils is one of the most erotic feelings life. As I said before, the massage itself, along with the scent is magical enough, but what I think really makes massage with essential oils so special is the care that is given with a masseuse.

When a company takes the time to choose, mix, and then apply the oils on your body, he or she is telling you that you are worth the time. Your partner is telling you that you are worth playing, worth pampering, and he or she thinks you’re beautiful.

Psychologically, essential oils and massage do as much for the soul and, indeed, the physical benefits, which are not small issues.

The main focus of this combination of information on essential oils used for massage. Keep in mind that all of these oils are used for other medicinal reasons other than massage. For our purposes, however, I will try to keep the information about massage oils, erotic and otherwise.

At the end of the report you will find a small guide to the different oils, basic smell, and their characteristics in relation to massage, as well as a good base oil for use in your mixture.

A Warning

favorite essential oil is my almond oil, which are incredibly large number of people allergic to peanuts. NOT USE almond oil with someone who has a nut allergy! You want to send your partner in the throes of passion, not the emergency room with anaphylaxis.

When choosing oils for massage oils

• Pick a few; you do not want mishmash of fragrances.

• Make sure that the essential oil, and base oil are not only edible, but taste good and are not harmful to mucous membranes.

• Be aware of the properties of essential oils you use. Some may heat up, which can be very fun, but might be a bit high for some people. Some are astringent, some can raise blood pressure, and some just taste awful.

• This may sound like a “duh” statement, but find out what your partner wants. If your partner hates quite minted, then massage oil made with peppermint is not going to put him in the mood for love.


There are a few things to keep in mind when mixing oil. First and foremost, many essential oils have therapeutic properties and should be used with caution, especially during pregnancy.

After the list of oils and their properties at the end of this story, there will be a list of oils avoided during pregnancy, some of which can not be registered on the list of oil properties.

Another thing to keep in mind is that oil should never be applied directly to the skin, unless you have been instructed to do so by an experienced aromatherapist. Base Oil must always be used. You want to use about 5 to 6 drops of essential oil per 10 ml of base oil you use. That comes out to about 15 or so drops of essential oil per liter base oil

Oils should be stored in a dark glass bottle -. Never plastic. You will usually find oils stored in amber-colored bottles or blue ones. Avoid rubber cap for oil bottles devices. The oils can eat through the rubber.

And speaking of oil eating rubber, latex condoms will reduce the presence of oil. Again, Jimmy hat will not be of any use if you use oils sexual lubricant, which is bound to happen in erotic massage. There are condoms made of plastic that can withstand the presence of oil, so read the label before you buy! Okay, I’m going to reiterate, as I do not want anyone blame me if Junior was born 9 months from now DO NOT use latex condoms with oil Lubricating oil can cause the condom to BREAK!

moving on …..

store oils in a cool dry place. If stored properly, oils should last one year or so.

by mixing oils, let your mixture sit for a day or so, or at least a few hours, and then go back and smell it again. You may find that the finished product smells a little different from when you first install it. You can set the mixture accordingly. Play around with oils, find a mixture that smells you and experiment with it. If you add 3 drops of sandalwood and 1 drop of chamomile once, the next time you might want to try 2 drops of each, instead of

By the way, the combination of sandalwood and chamomile is a great relaxing. oil mixture.

general tendency for men to enjoy spicy, woody scent, but women are known for favoring floral scent. A combination of both, it would be ideal to massage oil that would please both partners heterosexual relationship. This is, however, a general statement. I am a woman and I prefer spicy scent of blooming myself, and I know a few people that love the smell of some flowers. Regardless, for him / her relationships try a mixture of jasmine and sandalwood (both very erotic oils), or rose and incense.

Men like scents like cinnamon, ginger, clove, nutmeg and coriander. Women seem inclined to fragrances like rose, jasmine, nerolis and ylang-ylang. But, as I said before, this is a general and fun comes from what you and your partner enjoy.

My all-time favorite massage oil is a combination of lavender oil, clove oil, cinnamon, peppermint and rosemary oil, almond oil base. This combination not only smell awesome, but also produces just a touch of heat that can really drive you wild. It also tastes great

You might want to try these other combinations

– For relaxation try clary sage, lavender, lemon !. Chamomile is great for sleep, so try a combination of chamomile and sandalwood, chamomile or lavender to help you relax

-. Ginger and believe it or not, black pepper, are great for sore, achy muscles.

– For an uplifting massage, try a blend of lemon, mint and geranium. How about Bergamot, Peppermint, lemon? Lavender, orange, and peppermint is very cooling combination, as well, and gives a nice floral scent

-. For romance, there are several formulas that you can try. Bergamot, sandalwood and jasmine for one. The Kama Sutra recommends jasmine and grapefruit. Ylang-ylang, lavender, grapefruit, lemon and neroli are also great together. If you’re really ambitious, go for a combination of rosewood, neroli, lavender, thyme and cinnamon or cloves

-. Trouble sleeping? Try lemon, marjoram, and vetiver.


Please keep in mind that all of these oils have many qualities, and this is not an exhaustive list of essential oils. I have chosen these oils for relaxing, sensual or refreshing properties. As a star after entry means that this particular essential oil is not recommended for use during pregnancy.

Generally, it is a good idea to always consult the herbalist, physician, midwife, aroma therapist, or other healthcare provider before making any essential oils medicinally. It will be a more complete list of oil to avoid for this post.

Essential oils that are underlined are especially known for its physical properties. If you notice, most of the “aphrodisiac” essential oils have euphoric and sedative effects. This makes sense, as calm and content state of mind is necessary for good physical encounter. Combine this with the erotic oils promote muscle relaxation, and you have a massage partner’s calm, relaxed, and ready for more action

-. Bergamot – Citrus Bergamot – This oil has the aroma of bergamot orange, slightly floral. A very refreshing smell. It is also known as Oswego tea and bee balm. This oil is good for depression, tension and stress

-. Bos-de-Rose – ANIBALL rosaeodora -. A sweet, floral, woody scent that reduces stress, headaches and depression

– Cedar Wood * – Cedrus Atlantica – You will find this smell is dry, woody and sweet. It soothes and relaxes. Great for arthritis and stress

-. Chamomile * – Matra Cana chamomila – This oil is fruity, herbal extracts with a myriad of uses. Not only is it very good for the hair, it is also wonderful for insomnia, anxiety, neuralgia, burns, pain of rheumatism, gout, ulcers, sprains, skin inflammation, strains, stress and nerves, and gives a sense of peace and tranquility.

– Cinnamon * – Cinnamonum zelanicum – I’m sure everyone has taught comforting aroma of cinnamon in apple pie, but I bet you did not know that it is a wonderful essential oils for fatigue, stress and arthritis. Cinnamon can be irritating to mucous membranes, which are other spices, so keep that in mind when making oil intended for erotic massage. You may want to use just a small amount you mix

-. * Citronella – Cymbopogon nard – This oil has a lovely citrus scent. I’m sure everyone is familiar with insect repellent properties, but it is also a great tonic for headaches and fatigue

-. Clary Sage * – Salvia sclarea – This oil with a nutty aroma helps strengthen a weak nervous system. It is also euphoric and has physical properties. Some sources site Clary Sage as a uterine stimulant, so this must be borne in mind in the case of pregnancy

– Clove * – Eugenia caryophyllata – Clove is a wonderful painkiller. just ask anyone who used it for toothache. It also has antiseptic properties and is great for arthritis pain, as well as sprains and strains. This oil can cause mucous membrane irritation, so again, be on the alert. In my own use of this essential oil, I found it not to be irritating to mucous membranes, but everyone is different and detects emotions differently

-. Cypress – Cupressus sempervirens – woody fragrance that helps mental and emotional troubles, as well as arthritis and varicose veins

-. Frankincense – Buswellia Thur vinifera – This gift from the wise men have heady, spicy aromas. It encourages feelings of peace and well-being, calms, deepens breathing and reduces nerves and tension. I liked using this oil or resin itself when my children are afraid BOOGEY men and monsters. When I burn incense, I can feel it in the back. The fragrance evokes feelings of security, and can even chase away demons

– * Geranium – Pelargonium graveolens – an essential oil with a floral scent. It is good for depression and nerves; helps to relax. It also benefits the nervous system and women with PMS

-. Ginger – Zingiber officinale – Ginger has a spicy aroma that relaxes me and calms. My midwife uses ginger in boiling water deliveries to calm difficult mother. She also uses ginger water to relax the skin. Ginger improves blood circulation; it is great for cold hands and feet, so try it in a tub or foot bath. It helps with muscle aches and pains, as well as arthritis

-. Grapefruit – Citrus Paradisi – This oil, and clear citrus fragrance, is used to treat depression and migraine, and as a tonic assistance drug. It is a good choice if you are looking for a refreshing scent

-. Hops – Humulus lupus – Hops is the subject of beer acts as a sedative. Marijuana, which also causes sedation, the relative group. Hops is a painkiller and helps neuralgia, nervous tension, bruises and insomnia. There is also a skin softener

-. Jasmine – Jasminum officinale – This oil is erotic floral scent. This night-blooming flowers reduces anxiety and lethargy, but relaxing and soothing

-. * Juniper – Juniperus communis – With earthy, woody smell, Juniper clears emotions and relaxes. It is also good for cellulitis and rheumatism

-. Lavender – Lavendula august form – This oil has a warm floral fragrance. It’s relaxing, easing nervous tension, headaches, neuralgia, muscle aches and pains from arthritis, and gives a sense of calm. It also works wonders on fire, though I do not recommend using the undiluted oil on damaged skin and before any oil medicinally, it’s a good idea to check with aromatherapist, herbalist, midwife or naturopath.

– Lemon – Citrus Limon – A lemony fragrance, of course, refreshes and cools. It’s great for the nerves, varicose veins, and high blood pressure. Anyone who has had a tall glass of ice water with a twist of lemon on a hot summer day or during feverish can attest to the cooling, soothing properties of lemon

-. Lemongrass – Cymbopogon citratus – Citrus. Wonderful for muscle aches, headaches and stress

-. Lime – Citrus aurantifolia – Another oil with a sweet citrus scent. Great for high blood pressure, arthritis, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and varicose veins. It also revitalizes

-. Mandarin – Citrus noblis – An oil fruity citrus actually relieve stress and nervousness, and reduces sleep with anesthetic effects

-. * Marjoram – Origanum marjorana – This essential oil has a strong, woody aroma that is useful for bruises, PMS, anxiety, insomnia, muscle pain, blood circulation, neuralgia, rheumatism, sprains and strains

-. Melissa – Melissa officinalis – also known as lemon balm, it calms the nerves and lift your spirits. Sedation their help with depression and insomnia. It is also good for eczema

-. * Myrrh – Commiphora Myrrh – This fragrance is woody and earthy, and has a great calming effect. It is also used as gargles and mouth rinses for those who suffer from gingival margin problems, but this should be done only under the herbalist, and oil never applied directly to mucous membranes

-. Neroli – Citrus bigaradia – This oil has a core of bitter orange blossoms. It reduces depression, anxiety and hysteria, as well as nervous tension. It promotes peace and encourages sleep, but is also known for its seductive qualities

-. * Nutmeg – Myristica fragrans – This woody, spicy oil works wonders for arthritis, sore, neuralgia, rheumatism and poor circulation.

– Orange – Citrus aurantium -. Bitter Orange, with a citrus aroma, is good for depression, anxiety, stress, dull skin and muscle cramps

– Palm Rosa – Cymbopogon Martini – This refreshing floral aroma helps with fatigue, skin infections and dull skin

-. Patchouli – Pogostemon patchouli – The musky smell, it lends itself to sensual oils. It is also useful for inflammation of the skin, fatigue, mature skin, stress and care

-. Peppermint – Mentha pipe rata – A cooling, refreshing Minty aroma is characteristic of this oil. It is also known for its advantages of inflammation and migraine, and as it is applied has anesthetic effect which increases blood flow. Like other mints, however, it can cause mucous membrane irritation

-. Rose – Rosa Gallica officinalis – A light floral aroma helps to relieve tension, anxiety and depression. There is a “love oil” is also a good tonic for the reproductive organs. Rose also aids in the treatment of eczema and mature skin

-. * Rosemary – Rosmarinus officinalis – This oil is a herbal, woody fragrance. It, too, is a “love oil”, but also helps with headaches, fatigue, muscle aches, sprains, nerve and arthritis. This is one of the best oils for hair

-. Rosewood – ANIBALL Rosaeodora – This floral scent promotes comfort and ease depression. It relaxes sore muscles. It is also known as lemongrass

-. Sandalwood – Santas album – This wood-scented oil is known as a sexual stimulant. It helps the user to focus on the here and now, enjoy the moment rather than worry about what might have been; allows the user to fully enjoy the current situation and their spouses. There is also a sedative that helps with depression and PMS

-. * Thyme – Thymus vulgaris (plus T. serpyllum and T. pulegioides) – This plant generates fresh, herbal aroma. It strengthens the nerves, reduces fatigue and rheumatic pain, and soothe muscle aches and arthritis. – Ylang-ylang – Canagna odorata – This oil is exotic, floral scent that reduces stress, anxiety and high blood pressure. It is a general tonic that is also well known for its physical properties

Base oils

-. Sweet Almond – This oil can be used 100%. This is my favorite oil to use as a base. It is light in texture and color, and has the added benefit of helping with itching, dryness, soreness and inflammation

-. Apricot Kernel – This oil can also be used undiluted. It is good for sensitive skin and dry skin

-. Avocado – This oil should be used at only 10% (90% should be another oil, such as almond oil). This base oil is rather heavy and leaves a waxy feel to the skin

-. Avocado Pear – Again, however, this oil is good for dry skin, it should be used by 10% and blended with other oil base.

– Borage Seed – Another 10% oil should be mixed. It is good for premature aging, stimulation and skin rejuvenation, multiple sclerosis, menopause, heart disease, and eczema

-. Cocoa Butter – This needs to be warm, as it is solid at room temperature, but it is great for dry skin

-. Corn Oil – This oil can be used 100% and is good for all skin types. It’s pretty heavy, but also soothing

-. Hazelnut – This oil can be used undiluted and all skin types. It is also astringent

-. Jojoba – This station should be diluted to 10%. It is a wonderful help in psoriasis, acne, and swelling of the skin, but can be used on all skin types. It is also good for hair

-. Peanut Oil – Edgar Casey singing the wonders of this oil. He recommended it for all types of ailments. Peanut oil can be used undiluted and all skin types, but be aware that there is a very strong aroma of nuts and feel quite heavy on the skin

-. Safflower – This can be used undiluted for all skin types

-. Sesame Oil – This should be diluted to 10%, but is wonderful on all skin types. It is especially useful for psoriasis, eczema and arthritis. It also has a strong aroma, even smell it before you try it. – Soya Bean – Another oil that can be used raw and all skin types. – Sunflower – Another oil that can be used raw and all skin types

-. Wheat – While good for psoriasis, early aging of the skin, and eczema, and all skin types, it should be used at 10%.

Remember to use only 5 to 6 drops of essential oil in 10ml base oil. This is the total amount. You can combine the oil, of course, but in all your essential oils should not exceed 5 to 6 drops mentioned.

Pregnancy and essential oils

Some essential oils can be a uterine stimulant or other effects in pregnancy. While this list is pretty close to complete, there is no way I can be sure I got everything down. In any case, when pregnant, it is always advisable to check with your midwife, herbalist or aromatherapist before any particular essential oils. While some oils are not recommended in early pregnancy, some may actually be useful in the last trimester of pregnancy or in childbirth.

• Angelica

• Aniseed

• Basil

• camphor

• Cedar Wood

• Chamomile

• Cinnamon

• Citronella

• Clary Sage

• Clove

• Cypress

• Fennel

• Geranium

• hyssop

• Juniper

• Marjoram

• Myrrh

• Nutmeg

• Oregano

• Parsley

• Peppermint

• Rosemary *

• Sage

• Thyme

* Some sources site rosemary as being pregnant, while others believe that there is no reason it can not be used. All I can say is investigating the plant yourself, talk to some herbalists, and make your own decision.

Other precautions

If allergic to peanuts, avoid base oils containing nuts, such as almond oil, hazelnut oil and peanut oil. This may seem an obvious thing to do, but there are some that will take because the oil is not taken, it is safe. Unless you have experienced an anaphylactic reaction to nuts, you may not be able to understand the need to be very careful with these oils.

If you have high blood pressure, avoid hyssop, rosemary, sage, and thyme. Licorice is also known to elevate blood pressure, but it is not often used as a massage oil!

Patients should avoid angelica.

For those who enjoy tanning beds or outdoor tanning, you should avoid bergamot, lemon, grapefruit, ginger, lime, orange and other citrus. This can make you allergic to ultraviolet waves

Oils to Avoid commonly :.

• bitter almond

• Boldo leaf

• Calamus

• Deadly nightshade

• Horseradish

• Jaborandi leaf

• mugwort

• Mustard

• Penny Royal

• Rue

• Sassafras

• Savin

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