THE LOVE BUTTON

THE LOVE BUTTON

Which Essential Oils to Enhance Sexual Intimacy?


This post is contributed by One Drop member – Connie Chua

Hi! Thank you again for visiting my blog. You may want to visit my previous post as this is part 2 of enhancing sexual intimacy.

As  promised, I will now share how learning about the specific essential oils from Young Living  and the love button  has helped moved up a notch in our intimacy level after 20 years in our marriage!  I will do my best to share as openly as I can without being overly explicit. It is after all a very private intimate level and yet I know many of you who are reading this will  benefit from my sharing.

Firstly, knowing where your love button is located is of vital importance when you want to reach that peak. It is actually part of the female sexual organ called  clitoris. This is highly sensitive to arousal and it has been found to serve no other purpose except for sexual pleasure! The tip of the love button is very similar to the tip of a penis but with more than 8000 nerve endings!  As you can see in the picture below, it looks as small as a pea behind the labia, while the rest of it is covered underneath the clitoral hood and inside the vagina. Upon physical touch like petting, blood circulation around the area is increased and  it  protrudes even more as the vulva opens up when more blood rushes  in.

 

To quicken the blood flow so that the area becomes engorged, simply apply cypress essential oil diluted with vegetable oils like v6 oil, olive oil, coconut oil or sweet almond oil near the pelvic area. You may want to put 2 drops onto your palm and massage along the inner thighs towards the crease of the legs.  It would be good to prepare a bottle of diluted cypress oil beside the bed for convenience. Time to slather it on each other’s thighs and feel the adrenalin flowing in!

If you have made the  oily potion that I’ve suggested in the previous post, you may want to apply them instead.  With greater blood flow being circulated around the vagina, touching the love button now will most likely lead to a great sense of euphoria!  Yes, I kid you not!  By now, the clitoral hood which covers the love button would have been retracted  and thereby made the love button more accessible.  This is also known as clitoral erection.

 

As the vulva swells and prepares itself to receive the penis,  the vagina gets wetter, more stretchy and relaxed. This eliminates the discomfort and sometimes painful intercourse if the woman has not been aroused long enough.  The husband really should take the time to stimulate the wife by using the above suggested techniques. Maybe let the wife lead the husband as they will find greater sexual fulfillment when both learn to tango on the bed.  In my opinion, forget about finding the G-spot which is hidden further deep inside the vagina.  Stimulating the love button is much easier and many women have found themselves climaxing faster without trying to locate the elusive G-spot.

“But what if the husband is not able to sustain the erection long enough before the wife reaches a climax?” You may wonder.  Try applying Goldenrod essential oil onto his love stones a.k.a. his testicles. Just never on the snake eye. DON’T. DO. THAT. EVER.  Or that may spell the end of a sensual night. You may instead apply Idaho Blue Spruce  regularly onto his outer ankles to boost his testosterone level.  Adding 60ml of Ningxia Red as daily supplement will also increase his energy level and may help his “soldier” to stay firm  for a longer period.

I sincerely hope the above sharing will be helpful for you and your spouse. Remember that physical oneness has to be intentional as well as being loving. Adding the essential oils have greatly enhanced my intimacy level with my husband and it is my desire to help you achieve that, too, with your spouse. E-mail me or contact your friend who has introduced you to Young Living Essential Oils if you need further explanation.


Connie is a member of OneDrop. She and her team supports oil users via their website. If you like Connie’s articles and would like to purchase the Young Living oils, please feel free to get in touch with Connie via email or sign up directly here.

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