Domestic Goddess Boudoir

You are a Goddess, you have the Devine power deep inside.  Drawing on that power enables you to manifest your desires. Connect with your loved one and combine your energies to be in complete balance with one another. The Goddess Boudoir recipes and ideas will aid you in this venture. Get creative, browse through and see how you can spice things up for your mate.                   

Sensual Incense

Scent arousing candles

Tincture Perfume’s

Hot rock massage therapy

Pillow Sachet’s

Love Spells

Soap Recipe’s

Scented Powder

Chocolate Fondue

Strawberries & Whip cream

Enchanting Music

Rose Water

Bath Oil



One of the best things I can offer you for advice to another Domestic Goddess is “Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil”

It’s truly amazing stuff, not only can you spread it all over your food for several great health reasons, you can spread it all over your body!

My #1 use is lotion, it’s all natural great for the skin and smells great, try out a massage – but it’s even better in bed! Keep a jar just for recreational use in your nightstand – it’s better than all those other lubricants, and it tastes good 🙂 It also has antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-fungal, antibacterial properties – so it’s excellent if your a yeast infection sufferer or have any other female problems. Just rub it on your partners privates before intercourse and have fun.

It increases immunity, reduces stress, beneficial with alzheimer’s, maintaining cholesterol and weight loss. It cooks at a higher heat without burning than any other oil- my favorite thing to cook with it is popcorn, made the old fashioned way.

Coconut oil is one of the best natural nutrition for hair. It helps in healthy growth of hair providing them a shiny complexion. Regular massage of the head with coconut oil ensures that your scalp is free of dandruff, lice, and lice eggs, even if your scalp is dry. Coconut oil is extensively used in the Indian sub-continent for hair care. Most of the people in these countries apply coconut oil on their hair daily after bath. It is an excellent conditioner and helps in the re-growth of damaged hair. It also provides the essential proteins required for nourishing damaged hair.

Spices & Herbs10 Herbs and Spices to Heat Up Your Sex Drive

SAFFRON – These little red & yellow threads add flavor and color to the traditional rice dish paella. While saffron is expensive, a tiny bit goes a long way. Large amounts can result in overdose (so don’t take it as a supplement), but just a thread or two can increase sex drive, according to a 2011 University of Guelph study presented in the journal Food and Research International. Saffron also has antioxidant qualities and supplies selenium, zinc, potassium, and magnesium. Try making some saffron brown rice.
FENUGREEK – The seeds of this plant are commonly found in curries, and other Indian cuisine. The spice itself has a warm, intriguing flavor. A Centre for Integrative Clinical and Molecular Medicine study conducted in 2011 showed that taking fenugreek increased the sex drive in low-libido men. Fenugreek may also help lower blood sugar levels in diabetics, and lactating women have used the spice for decades to increase milk production. Fenugreek seeds are also one of the easiest seeds to sprout.
FENNEL – This licorice-flavored herb looks a little like celery with lacy fronds at the top. You can chop fennel stalks and add them to foods much like you would celery, or use the fronds to flavor foods. You can also grind the seeds as a spice. The ancient Egyptians used fennel to boost women’s libido, and it turns out there is a good reason it worked. Fennel contains chemicals that may increase sex drive. Fennel is also used to aid digestion, assist with lactation, and to loosen phlegm in bronchial passages.
CLOVES – This warming, slightly sweet spice increases blood flow and body temperature. Cloves also increase energy and ingesting them leaves you sweetly scented. All of these serve to create a powerful sexual attractant. Cloves are also high in omega-3 fatty acids, manganese, and vitamin K, and they contain eugenol, which serves as an antiseptic and mild anesthetic.
GARLIC – People on dates often avoid garlic because they don’t want to kill the mood with smelly breath when the evening turns to romance. Still, regardless of how it makes your breath smell, the high levels of allicin in garlic improves blood flow to your sexual organs, and that’s a turn on. So what’s more important??? There’s always parsley for your breath. Garlic is also great for your heart, and it has anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties.
GINGER – This warming herb comes from the root of the ginger plant, and it imparts a spicy, slightly sweet flavor and scent. Like garlic, ginger increases blood flow, especially to the sexual organs. It also warms you up, and it smells a lot better than garlic. Many cultures have used ginger as an aphrodisiac, and Dr. Mehmet Oz confirmed it on a recent show, when he listed ginger as one of his top 4 libido boosters. Ginger is also high in potassium, magnesium, and copper. It is a great anti-nausea substance, and has anti-inflammatory effects. Lovers_feet
CARDAMOM – The ancient healing art of Ayurveda recommends cardamom for low libido. This spice contains high levels of cineole, which increases blood flow to the male and female sexual regions. That may increase desire. Cardamom also balances doshas (Ayurvedic body energies), and has detoxifying properties. I use cardamom in my home-made chai teas.
NUTMEG – Another sweetly scented spice, nutmeg has long been used in Indian culture as a very popular libido booster. In Africa, many people refer to nutmeg as “Viagra for women.” Researchers at the Aligarh Muslim University in Aligarh, India tested nutmeg as an aphrodisiac using animal studies and found that it did, indeed, increase sexual behaviors.
CAYENNE – It only make sense that hot peppers will cause a little sizzle in the bedroom. Cayenne and similar hot peppers not only heat up the body, but they also speed metabolism and increase blood flow to sensitive areas. Eating cayenne also gives you an attractive, flushed appearance, which may help heat things up for your partner, as well. Cayenne may also be beneficial to heart health, and could help you lose weight by firing up your metabolism.
BASIL – This sweet herb has a pleasant taste and stimulating scent that is known to increase sex drive. In fact, Italians call Basil “Kiss me Nicholas,” and ancient Greeks served basil to horses to before they bred them. Many attribute basil’s sweet scent with its sex-boosting properties, so take a heady whiff and see if it doesn’t get you in the mood!

BUBBLE  BATH                                                     
1/2 c. liquid hand soap
1 c. Epsom salt
5 drops glycerin
Few drops of food coloring
Few drops of fragrance oils
Mix well, shake right before using.
Pour into bathtub while water is running and enjoy.

Choose your favorite fragrant herbs Lavender, Juniper berries, Rose Petals, Peppermint, Lemon Balm, Chamomile, Eucalyptus, Fennel, Rosemary, Basil, Cinnamon Sticks, Star Anise…you could even add dried orange peel. Tie the herbs together in a piece of cheesecloth and added to your bathwater. (keep herbs tied up in the cloth so they don’t go down the drain) and use your bathtub like a giant teacup – Your body will absorb some essential nutrients and you will get a great aromatherapy session at the same time.

Masala Chai — Aphrodisiac Tea Recipe


  • 2 Bay leaves                                                               Chai
  • 1 Cinnamon Stick
  • 2 Ginger slices
  • 2 green Cardamom pods (crushed)
  • 1 tsp Fenugreek
  • 1 tsp Fennel
  • 2 Stars of Anise
  • 1 tsp whole Cloves
  • 1 tsp whole Black pepper
  • 1/2 tsp whole Cumin
  • small pinch of ground nutmeg
  • 3 tbsp Black tea (could substitute green tea)


  • Lightly toast dried spices in a skillet on med heat until they become fragrant (don’t burn them!)
  • In a pot simmer 2 cups of milk & 1 cup water, whisking constantly.
  • Combine the spices above, add them to the milk (minus the tea), and simmer for 5 minutes.
  • Let steep for 15 minutes.
  • Add 3 teaspoons tea & 2 tsp of honey or to your liking.
  • Simmer for 5 minutes. Strain & Serve immediately.

    For the summer chill, add shots of Kahlua and serve on ice!

    It’s packed with antioxidants which boost the immune system and increase blood flow and sensitivity in sexual organs. In fact, a 12 oz. cup of Masala Chai has more antioxidants than pomegranate juice, red wine or a half-cup of blueberries. Plus, Masala Chai controls weight, alleviates bloatedness and helps restore mental alertness. The caffeine content of this tea is absorbed into the bloodstream much slower than coffee and acts as a mild stimulant that helps increase the speed of our reactions, making us more attentive. It also promotes healthy digestion to convert foods and fats into energy. Perfect nightcap for a romantic dinner!

Cup o' ChaiChai Tea balances the flow of Sexual Energy. Stimulates sexual blood flow. An intoxicating blend of spices – helps stimulate circulation, “This boosts blood flow to the skin, which gives you that healthy glow.” Many of these spices also contain antioxidants; they fight free radicals and reduce signs of aging on your skin. Chai tea can improve digestion. The Fenugreek reduces hot flashes and menopausal symptoms in women, acting as a natural estrogen. It increases libido in men & women. Ginger,  cloves & cinnamon contain anti-inflammatory properties and may be useful in relieving joint pain. Black pepper can help to stimulate the digestive system & can help to fuel the breakdown of fat cells, helping you to lose weight. Ginger can help prevent gas after that romantic dinner date.

2 Responses to Domestic Goddess Boudoir

  1. Lincon Hashew says:

    Most of these ingredients are found in ordinary curry powder, often referred to as masala. Wouldn’t that do instead of mixing all these ingredients together?

    • Aldora says:

      Lincon – if you are referring to the Chai Tea then – NO – Curry is not an ingredient in this recipe. I’m sure it would be an unwelcome addition to anyone’s tea. Typical Masala blends include Black peppercorns, mace, cinnamon, cloves, brown cardamom, nutmeg & green cardamom. Most curry powder recipes include coriander, turmeric, cumin, fenugreek, and chili peppers in their blends. Masala & Curry are quite different. Good luck, Aldora.

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