Lovers Body Oil || Seasonal Varieties

Lovers Body Oil || Seasonal Varieties

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CRAFTED WITH: tridoshic oil blend of [coconut | sunflower | olive] -OR- [sesame | sunflower | coconut] oils • ashwagandha root • arjuna • guduchi • shatavari • ginger root • tulsi • ginger essential oil •

Each herb was selected for its aphrodisiac properties, which help to soothe the mind, relax tension in the muscles, and promote balanced circulation. These energetic shifts serve to pierce through disconnections and blockages in our minds, bodies & spirits, making this a powerful blend that promotes connection, sensitivity & full-bodied awareness.

Summer Romance's base of coconut | sunflower | olive oils is gently cooling, ideal for warmer months and climates

Winter Flame's base of sesame | sunflower | coconut oils is gently warming, ideal for cooler months and climates.

> for external use only

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SHATAVARI: a powerful Ayurvedic aphrodisiac that supports male & female libido.

GUDUCHI: classically referred to as "Amrita" or Divine Nectar, this Ayurvedic herb gently heats the body while removing excess Pitta from the body, helping to purify & soothe the skin, joints and blood. Also helps to support the nervous system and healthy reproduction - is there anything it can't do!?

ASHWAGANDHA: translated as "strength of the horse," the root of this traditional Ayurvedic aphrodisiac is fortifying, enhances energy & resilience, combats stress, and is supremely grounding.

ARJUNA: this beautiful red-hued Ayurvedic herb is a rejuvenative for the heart, as it strengthens & tones the circulatory vessels and promotes proper functioning of the cardiac muscles. Traditionally this herb is used to support emotional balance for those experiencing a broken heart or grief.

GINGER: a classic aphrodisiac herb that warms the tissues and supports healthy circulation.

TULSI: considered the King of herbs in the Ayurvedic Apothecary, this adaptogenic herb is used as a mental rejuvenative, simultaneously calming the nervous system while instilling a clear, sattvic state of mind.