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Cutting-edge medical technology enables doctors to effortlessly examine the intricate workings of the body using tools such as 3D body imaging, brain function scans, and genomic testing. Despite these advancements, the yoni remains relatively uncharted with limited medical research. This lack of information perpetuates the hushed whispers and silences surrounding the enigma and purpose of the yoni realm. The anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry of female sexual responsiveness and the mind-yoni connection continue to puzzle medical doctors, psychologists, and researchers, as well as many of our partners.

Putting any embarrassment aside, let’s dive deep into the elegant and magnificent yoni to support her pleasure and unleash the flow of her inner and outer essences.

Yonic Studies

The vagina, including all the surrounding sexual tissues, naturally exhibits a moist environment. The tissue lining the vagina is akin to skin, albeit more delicate and densely innervated. This thin lining enables natuiral moisture to pass through, and during arousal, increased bloof flow to the area allows more fluid to enter the tissue, providing lubrivative protection. The Bartholin’s glands, two pea-sized glands located just inside the vagina, my also release a small amount of lubricating fluid.

Vasoactive intestinal peptide, or VIP (a Very Important Peptide!), is also believed by biologists to play a role in the sexual arousal process. VIP, a component of the endocrine system, is a genetically encoded neuromodulator and neurotransmitter produced in the brain, gut, and pancreas. This plentiful vasodilator regulates various biophysical responses, including smooth muscle activity, dilation and constriction of veins, heart rhythm, blood flow to the gut, and secretions from skin cells. The network of nerve cells that intertwine throughout the vagina and control its engorgement with blood and lubrication production during arousal are sensitive to VIP. Recent studies have found that when a woman engaged in intimate activities had VIP in her bloodstream, her natural lubrication doubled! This field is still in its early stages, and much remains to be discovered. One thing is certain: chronic stress can impair the endocrine system, potentially resulting in low VIP levels.

The volume, texture, and thickness of the yoni’s lubricating fluids differ from one woman to another and are influenced by factors such as arousal level, menstrual cycle phase, medications, epigenetics, diet, and overall health. The fluid’s biochemical composition creates an ideal slickness, similar to raw egg whites. Its intricate chemistry consists of water, pyridine, urea, acetic acid, lactic acid, ketones, and aldehydes. It also contains sebum, a skin oil with a smooth, waxy consistency.


Jouissance, a term originating from French, has no direct English counterpart. It refers to an unparalleled, all-encompassing pleasure that engages every sense. I use the term “jouissance juice” to describe the exceptional internal and external lubrication that enhances the yoni, life, creativity, and well-being.

Studies indicate that 40% to 60% of women may experience periods of vaginal dryness, characterized by daily dryness or inadequate lubrication during arousal. Insufficient moisture can cause pain and make intimate activities uncomfortable. Persistent dryness may also harm delicate skin. Hormonal fluctuations and decreased estrogen levels, which may occur during menstruation, menopause, pregnancy, and breastfeeding, are the primary causes. However, the intricate physical nature of the female body, as well as the profound connection between the mind, spirit, and yoni, make women prone to dryness and dehydration. Some physical factors contributing to this issue include dehydration, creams, body washes, soaps, and foams. Additionally, certain medications may impede jouissance juice production, such as contraceptive pills, antihistamines, motion sickness medications, anti-nausea/anti-diarrhea drugs, cough suppressants, antidepressants, and heart medications.

The deep connection between a woman’s mind and body, soul and yoni, renders them susceptible to emotional and spiritual blockages that obstruct jouissance, leading to a condition I refer to as soul-dryness. This spiritual aridity can contribute to physical dryness as a manifestation of underlying life issues. Some sources of jouissance blockages include:

Unadressed relationship problems

A lack of vitality in daily experiences

Negative feelings or apprehension regarding physial intimacy

Pervasive or ongoing stress

grief, sadness or depression

insufficient mental, emotional, and physical stimulation for arousal and lubrication.

Implementing simple self-care techniques may boost your natural lubrication levels. A diverse and balanced diet, featuring an array of juicy fruits and vegetables, is crucial. Unprocessed dietary fats, particularly those abundant in omega-3 fatty acids, promote healthy cells and mucus membranes and may assist in regulating hormones. B vitamins can help stabilize overworked adrenal glands and manage daily stressors that influence mood and well-being. Additionally, the body needs ample pure water for optimal functioning, and better hydration can increase the fluids available for internal vaginal moisture. Consume plenty of clean, fresh spring water and herbal teas.

M o t h e r   N a t u r e   i s   a l w a y s   p r e g n a n t .
Fruits, nuts, grains… sex and food. Flowers… sex and beauty.
If it were not for the sex life of plants, we would have no sex life of our own.
〰️ Michael P. Garofalo

Radiant Love Butter is a luscious massage cream that imbues the skin with a silky allure as it effortlessly glides across the body, hips, and lips. Immerse yourself in a blissful paradise as this delectable vanilla-cinnamon-coconut-cacao concoction deeply penetrates your supple skin.

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Petal Primer is a wonderful preparatory agent during pregnancy. Utilized during the three months preceding childbirth, it readies the sensitive tissues in the perineal region for the significant process of giving birth. Regular massages with this pure, rejuvenating serum could potentially reduce the necessity for an episiotomy by promoting tissue elasticity.

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Several herbal supplements have been found to aid women in regaining some moisture. Black cohosh, wild yam and evening primrose oil adresses hormonal dryness by stabilizing estrogen levels during normal menstural cycle dups and menopause.

Naomi Wolf

Slippery Elm Bark tea is another option worth exploring. It’s main component; mucilage, gives the bark its slippery texture. Additionally, it contains trace amino acids, manganese, and zinc, which are crucial for maintaining reproductive system health. For centuries, the ground bark has been employed to heal smooth, moist tissues such as the stomach, esophagus and vagina. Slippery Elm is safe and well-tolerated for all.

If persistent dryness continues to be an issue, it may be beneficial to seek further guidance from a medical professional or therapist. The research presented in Naomi Wolfs, book, Vagina, establishes a compelling link between a thriving yoni and a flourishing, self-assured, and creative life.

Every artificial lubricant contains chemicals that may cause irritation, dryness, and inflammation in the sensitive yoni. There are five primary categories of lubricants: petroleum, water and glycerin, silicone, and botanical. We’ve all seen the devastating effects oil spills can have on oceans and marine life.

Petroleum has no business being used in body care products. Not a single cell in our body desires petrochemicals. It’s best to avoid petroleum-based lubricants altogether.



Steer Clear of Cellular Dehydration

Before introducing anything to the vicinity of your precious yoni, make sure to examine the product’s ingredients. Similar to how garden soil requires beneficial bacteria and a balanced pH to thrive, the female intimate area’s pH and bacterial balance are highly sensitive. Typically, vaginal fluid has a slightly acidic pH, ranging from 3.8 to 4.5, which is crucial not to disrupt.

A contemporary trend and somewhat misguided marketing strategy have promoted the use of parabens and petroleum products in the name of “feminine hygiene.” Images of blooming meadows and refreshing streams imply that the vagina is not naturally fresh and clean. However, a healthy yoni is self-cleaning, and using feminine sprays and washes can interfere with this natural process, contributing to both short-term and long-term dryness. Many of these products can irritate delicate cells and eliminate beneficial bacteria like lactobacillus, potentially leading to an overgrowth of yeast. To ensure safety, avoid all synthetic products, including deodorizers, moisturizers, bubble baths, colored bath salts, feminine washes, and lubricants. Refrain from using ingredients commonly avoided in skincare products, such as perfumes, colorants, PCBs, alcohols, propylene glycol, parabens, and silicone.

While water-based lubricants might appear safe, the glycerin (or carrageenan) and preservatives they contain can be detrimental. Both glycerin and carrageenan undergo extensive processing and may retain residual chemicals that are unsafe. Furthermore, glycerin, being a sugar, can foster infections by nourishing non-native yeast and bacteria.

Synthetic lubricants offer only short-term lubrication, potentially causing long-term dryness. Research indicates that the ingredients in over-the-counter lubricants can dehydrate and damage cells. Remember the principle of osmosis from high school chemistry: cells seek balance. Synthetic ingredients raise osmolality, prompting cells to release water to dilute the sugar or other synthetic compounds outside the cell, resulting in cellular and epithelial harm. One scientist likened this effect to cells “shriveling up to the point that they resemble tiny raisins under a microscope.” Using a product intended to moisturize that actually causes “cellular raisins” in the yoni is counterintuitive.

When cells become dehydrated and die, they are shed from the epithelium, compromising the yoni’s defenses and leaving the vagina vulnerable to diseases and infections. In a study conducted on rats, K-Y Warming Jelly was shown to increase herpes transmission. Biophysicist and researcher Richard A. Cone from Johns Hopkins has stated that “almost all sex lubricants require reformulation.”

Nourishment for Your Petals

It is a good practice to only use yoni-care products that you can also eat. Pure plant-based juices and oils like aloe, cacao, jojoba, and coconut oils can provide hydration to your petals, and you may already have them in your home.

Fresh aloe vera is an excellent option for maintaining daily moisture or providing additional lubrication. It is hydrating, healing, and easily absorbed by the vagina’s lining without mess or residue. Instead of using bottled aloe, choose to extract the juice from a living aloe plant. These plants are easy to grow and need minimal care. Break off a small piece of the plant, extract the juice, and apply.

Organic fatty plant oils and butters are edible and highly moisturizing. The luxurious oils from cacao, coconut, and jojoba deeply hydrate tissues for long-lasting, smooth lubrication. All three are perfect for use as moisturizers anytime, anywhere:

  • Rich coconut cream wraps each skin cell in a protective layer that combats free radicals, while its thick consistency offers lubrication that’s even slicker than silicone for extra glide.
  • Cacao butter, with a subtle chocolate aroma, stimulates the senses with its romantic allure. Made from certified, raw heirloom cacao beans, cacao butter supplies powerful antioxidants directly to skin cells. The creamy, velvety texture of pure cacao butter protects the skin while enhancing every tantalizing sensation.
  • Lustrous jojoba oil is light, highly absorbent, and one of the most compatible oils for human skin.
Living Libations - Jojoba Organic Oil
Jojoba Organic Oil - Vegan
Living Libations - Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil
Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil
Living Libations - Peppermint Essential Oil
Peppermint Essential Oil
Living Libations - Saw Palmetto Berry Essential Oil
Saw Palmetto Berry Essential Oil

Revitalizing and Stimulating Botanicals

Perfume, fundamentally, is the sexual attractant of flowers… Squeezed from the
reproductive glands of plants and creatures, perfume is the smell of creation, a
sign dramatically delivered to our senses of the Earth’s regenerative powers – a
message of hope and a message of pleasure.
〰️ Tom Robbins[vi]

Flowers are the sexual organs and vessels of plants, and their oils are nature’s love potions. The petals, sepals, stamen, pollen, nectar, and aromatic molecules have one purpose – to attract pollinators to the flower and immerse them in pollen. Plants have evolved alongside us, and in many ways, their needs mirror our own. It’s both beautiful and logical that the essential oils of flowers and berries can unleash our inner and outer sensuality, enhancing our sex lives and opening us up to life’s enticements.

Derived from the sexual glands of flowers, numerous botanicals, such as jasmine, serve as aromatic aphrodisiacs that help regulate the nervous system. Just one fragrant whiff of jasmine can deepen breathing, slow the heart rate, lower blood pressure, relax muscles, and calm the mind. Sensual ylang and rose oils uplift our hearts and heal our tissues. Some oils, like cinnamon, warm us up, while peppermint creates a tingling sensation.

A flower’s fragrance declares to all the world that it is fertile,
available, and desirable, its sex organs oozing with nectar.
We inhale its ardent aroma and, no matter what our ages,
we feel young and nubile in a world aflame with desire.
∼ Diane Ackerman[vii]

Botanical oils will present you with a myriad of fragrant possibilities to invigorate and entertain. When your world is ignited with desire, here are a few intensely stimulating and delightful oils for yoni-care excellence and the most intimate encounters:

Saw palmetto, Serenoa repens, is a small palm tree native to the southeastern US. American Indians and Mayans consumed the berry-like fruit as a tonic for various reproductive issues. The essential oil is highly lipophilic, making topical application very effective. Saw palmetto acts as an aphrodisiac and helps stimulate natural lubrication production.

The aromatic, tropical jasmine flower, Jasminum Sambac, “unleashes inhibition, frees the imagination, and fosters exhilarating playfulness.”[viii] Jasmine essential oil signals the brain to release a specific neurotransmitter, promoting a sense of well-being.[ix] It balances the nervous system, reduces stress, and prepares the body and mind to relax and embrace.

The succulent red Schizandra berry is one of the most medicinal and nutritive fruits. It is a potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory that enhances physical strength and sexual stamina. Traditional Chinese Medicine uses Schizandra to increase body fluids, potentially invigorating natural lubrication. Enjoy a drop in honey or tea, or mix a drop with your favorite lubricating oil and apply it internally.

Cananga odorata, or ylang-ylang, also known as the Perfume Tree, produces abundant yellow flowers with an exotic, floral, and irresistibly seductive fragrance. The tree, which blooms in the evening, releases its scent into the night air to attract nocturnal pollinators. The oil from the ylang-ylang flower induces euphoria, enhances attraction to your partner, and boosts libido. In Indonesia, the bed of a newlywed couple is adorned with ylang-ylang flowers. Wear it as a perfume, diffuse it, or mix a drop with a creamy, lubricating oil.

Ginger, Gingiber officinale, and cinnamon, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, are naturally warming and invigorating.

Living Libations - Jasmine Sambac Absolute
Jasmine Sambac Absolute
Living Libations - Schizandra Berry Essential Oil
Schizandra Berry Essential Oil
Living Libations - Ylang Essential Oil
Ylang Essential Oil
Living Libations - Ginger Root Essential Oil
Ginger Root Essential Oil

Honor the sacredness of your passion

The flower is the poetry of reproduction.
It is an example of the eternal seductiveness of life.
∼ Jean Giraudoux

”Celebrating tantric lips and entangled hips, Libations’ Love Butters and Love Lotion combine long-lasting lubrication with elixirs of floral essences for euphoric love-play. Absolutely edible, our alluring mixtures compose the chakras, ignite desire, stir the juices, and bliss the senses. They can be used as moisturizing massage crèmes, daily moisture boosts, and non-latex lubricants. These Love Butters will glide, slide, and smooth your desirous skin. Celebrate and take extra special care of your sacred center. Allow the flowers to inspire your play and convey the jouissance to your days… and nights.”

∼ Nadine Artemis
Nadine Artemis is the co-creator of Living Libations, a luxurious collection of serums, elixirs, and essential oils for those in pursuit of the purest of the pure.

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