Jojoba oil (Simmondsia chinensis), sweet almond oil (Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis), infused under lunar light with maca root (Lepidium meyenii), kava kava root (Piper methysticum), tulsi leaf (Ocimum tenuiflorum) , schisandra berries (Schisandra chinesis), damiana leaf (Turnera diffusa), blossoms of Red Clover (Trifolium Pratense) , and nettle leaf (Utrica dioica). Food Grade edible oils of cacao, cherry, vanilla.
This beautifying and detoxing oil comes from an evergreen woody shrub plant that grows in the high deserts of California, Arizona, and Mexico. Jojoba oil is the only oil that resembles what humans make in their skin. Jojoba Oil is packed with almost all of the vitamins and minerals essentially needed for healthy hair and skin, namely, vitamin E, B-complex, copper, zinc, selenium, iodine, and chromium. It normally can be used by even those who are having sensitive skin without worrying for any allergic reaction.
Native to Peru, this potent plant is used to enhance sex drive and fertility. A supercharger for your senses, Maca energizes the full system naturally. It increases stamina and sexual desire, and can even help alleviate stress and depression symptoms. Especially stimulating for the endocrine system, Maca helps achieve optimal hormonal balance. The Inca traded Maca as a currency, and it continues to be considered an intriguingly valuable root around the world.
Almond Oil enhances balance and eliminates toxins. A beautifying lubricant that helps with itching and inflammation, it provides instant relief from muscle pain and helps balance the skin's moisture levels. It will embrace your skin and promote blood circulation, even helping to reduce stretch marks.
Kava Kava Root
Used ceremoniously by Pacific Islanders and the cultures of Oceania for centuries, Kava Kava is the potent root of Piper Methysticum (“intoxicating pepper” plant) that relaxes muscles and brings on a euphoric feeling. Kava can be used therapeutically to treat anxiety and insomnia, working with the limbic system, the part of the brain linked to emotions. You will experience clear-headed, open-hearted relaxation.
Also known as Holy Basil, Tulsi is an adaptogen used in Ayurvedic medicine. Tulsi (translation: "The Incomparable One") originated in India, and is usually planted or presented as part of Hindu shrines. Its essential oil has a unique composition, containing flavonoids, camphor, eugenol, and many different terpenes. The balance of these organic compounds imbues Tulsi with its healing powers that have been proven century after century. It eases pain and inflammation, and, as these sacred adaptogens do, it equips your system to adapt to stress or changes, supporting the full-system balance that comes with a partnership with nature.
Containing the five elements in one herb, Schisandra is a King remedy in Chinese medicine. This harmonizing tonic holds five tastes that correspond with the five elements: Sour/Wood, Bitter/Fire, Sweet/Earth, Acrid/Metal and Salty/Water. This strange, exotic berry promotes the health of the lymphatic and endocrine systems, and is an effective fatigue-fighter and sexual tonic.
First used by the Guaycura in Mexico's Baja region, this libido-strengthening wild herb got its name from the Greek damia ("to tame or subdue"). The title calls upon the feminine variation of Damian, inferring that She is the wild one "who tames." Damiana is an obstacle removing, stamina-boosting, natural aphrodisiac.
An herb with an array of health benefits and nutrients: calcium, chromium, magnesium, potassium, and vitamin C. Used to treat everything from skin and respiratory disorders to slow bone-cell production, this anti-inflammatory herb is specifically beneficial for women. It eases menopausal symptoms and breast tenderness, regulating hormones with abundant isoflavones. Isoflavones are plant-derived molecular structures extremely similar to estrogen.
A nutrient-rich herb and root containing vitamins, amino acids, and minerals. These components have multiple health benefits and act as antioxidants inside the body. Nettle leaf has a vasodilating effect, which produces a sensation of warmth and relaxes the muscles (It is said that Roman soldiers rubbed Nettle on their skin to keep warm). Not only that, it can comfort achy muscles, and even help treat upper-age conditions like enlarged prostate symptoms, high blood pressure, and high blood sugar.
The sacred Cacao plant is a legendary superfood that merits cross-cultural ceremonies. A medicinal aphrodisiac, cacao is warming, stimulating and contains an incredible amount of happy-making components: serotonin (peaceful euphoria), caffeine (benign alertness), PEA (phenylethylamine, aka "the love molecule"), a neurotransmitter present when we fall in love, and another neurotransmitter called Adandamine, also known as "the bliss chemical," which is named after the Sanskrit root Ananda (bliss). Not only does cacao provide a healthy dose of these neurotransmitters, it also adds MAO inhibitors, or enzyme inhibitors, that discourage elimination and provide a safe pathway through the digestive tract and circulatory system to the brain, making bliss sustainable.
Commonly used in massage and aromatherapy, Cherry Oil is a stable emollient oil perfect for skin, hair and nail health. It contains vitamins A and E and antioxidants, and helps smooth lines, and alleviate dry skin.
Widely used to add sweetness to baked goods, vanilla also has little known health benefits. It is high in antioxidants, helps fight inflammation, and can even work as an anti-depressant. A potent mood enhancer, vanilla has been known to increase libido, sometimes by scent and taste alone.