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Patchouli: Pain and Romance Herbal Wellness Enhancer

Updated on February 9, 2011

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Enhanced romance—who wouldn’t want that? And how about being relieved from aches? The lesser pain, the more enhanced romance, right? It’s here that Patchouli can help lots. It’s a pain and romance herbal enhancer, plus more.

Sometimes, health and happiness is simply a sniff away from us. We've been looking for solutions in all the places, when the fact is, it's often just right under our noses--when we're appreciating an herbal garden.

Pain Reliever

Physical and emotional pains can rob us of full romance enjoyment. So try this natural herbal wellness remedy. It possesses antibacterial and anti fungal potencies that tremendously aid in healing infections, digestive problems, headache, nausea, cold, and yes—Patchouli is an all-natural pain killer. You feel an ache; count on Patchouli to ease it. If symptoms appear and threaten to ruin romance, take the oil from Patchouli (from your nearest favorite herbal wellness store) and use it for aromatherapy. Some body exposures and soft inhaling are all it takes.

Sex Stimulant

You think an aphrodisiac can help perk up your sex life a bit? Then try Patchouli as an all-natural alternative. Many have found it a potent pain and romance herbal wellness enhancer. Again, aromatherapy is the key here. This Patchouli procedure also gets rid of skin problems, like acne and eczema, for instance, and also acts superbly as a skin toner. That’s double romance enhancer for you.

Oh, and did you know that a number of fragrant incense and perfume makers use Patchouli to power up the scent potential of their products? No wonder smelling this fragrant herb promotes a feel-good sensation that helps relieve physical and emotional pain, and builds up sexual passion. Fill the room with its strong sweetness.

It’s Tropical

Patchouli is a tropical mint herb. It has small, luring pink-white seed-bearing flowers like rice grains and the plant grows to almost a meter. Some say to 75 cm. Its strong scent makes it aptly called Xukloti in some regions of Asia. This pain and romance herbal wellness enhancer grows mostly in Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Thailand, and China, among others. It's among Asian and Philippine herbal plants good for herbal wellness.

Though tropical, it should not be exposed to direct sunlight. It likes more than enough water. The seed may be planted, but Patchouli cuttings are better. Cuttings should be embedded deep into the soil and watered a bit more than enough. Firm up the soil around them. Space them about 20 inches from each other.

Patchouli Oil

For making pain and romance herbal wellness enhancer oil, makers use a process called steam distillation. When exported, they’re dried first before distilling. The oil is used for different purposes:

Perfume and Incense. This is first and foremost. This herbal wellness enhancer is used to lend scent to paper towels, air fresheners, and laundry soap.

Medicinal. Being a pain and romance herbal wellness enhancer, it is used to relieve pain and even heal certain illnesses. In some Asian countries Patchouli is used as an antidote against deadly snake bites. It also enhances relaxation.

Insecticide. Particularly, it’s used for shooing off termites, like the Formosan subterranean type. Some say it’s really a universal insect repellant. Your wardrobe walk-in has hidden moths that ruin your favorite clothes? Try Patchouli.

Hair Conditioner. Dry and tangling hair? This herbal wellness remedy may just be the thing for you.

Sometimes, all you need is fresh air—and Patchouli scent—to perk up your day.


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      Jose Zachary 5 years ago

      Hi, great job. Patchouli, a romance herbal wellness enhancer... but I didn't know about its medicinal properties well. Nice hub.


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      Krik Dawson 6 years ago

      I never knew that this Patchouli is such a "wonder Herb".This hub really provided me with some vital and useful information regarding this herb.Amazing hub with quite useful information.Thanks a lot for sharing :)


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      Marie Giunta 7 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      What an interesting hub, Herba Linch. I will have to investigate patchouli further. Welcome to HP and as a member of 'Hubgreeters' I invite you to send me a message if you wish or visit the HP learning center for more information. Although, I must say, you are doing well already. Welcome to our community. Cheers, Marie.