Candles are lit. I am home from work. This is a before dinner “quickie.” Smooth some lube on, so that I can “skate” into the lovely lips of my vagina. My fingers move in a circle as I breathe and feel the feelings building, massaging those magical pink folds of my clitoris. The feelings are building. Nothing else matters. Breathing, my sexual juices are exploding into pleasure. My heart is beating. I smiled. Maybe one more before dinner! What a way to come home to me.
In the grocery store there were three women sorting through the cucumbers that were on special. They were laughing as they each sorted through the bin of large ones, middle sized ones, long ones and “just perfect ones.” Ah, yes, the wonderful self pleasuring toy. (Make sure it is washed first!) Which one feels good? It would feel great with some Aloe Cadabra smoothed onto that amazing cucumber toy! What is next in the produce department?
Los Angeles’ Splash Magazine recently released their 2010 guide to Valentine’s Day Romance Gifts for Adults, and Aloe Cadabra is wet over making the list of just seven products!
Aloe Cadabra®, due to its recipe of 97% organic aloe vera, has all the anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties of Aloe and has a healing effect on the vaginal tissue. During sexual intercourse, delicate vaginal skin is exposed, and because it is typically not maintained at a healthy pH level, is especially subject to infection. The organic Aloe in Aloe Cadabra® personal lubricant lowers the pH on the surface of the skin and helps to heal the tissue while creating a barrier to opportunistic infections. Aloe Cadabra® is the sweetest, cleanest, safest, personal lubricant available, made with only pure, organic Aloe vera, and a small amount of food grade preservative.
The power of the mind/body/spirit connection in reducing dryness during menopause:
Did you know that visualizing and exploring the images that appear, can actually help in reducing dryness? A group of women were comparing notes….several women were sharing about how they felt great about this time of life. They said, this time is richer, more meaningful. They visualized their vaginas as pink, moist, ready to receive the good in this time of life. They were full of excitement taking more time for themselves. They felt and were healthy, and so were their images, and their sex lives. They desired the connection to their bodies. The others listened, asked questions, and as they practiced visualizing, became good at exploring the images. Suddenly their sex lives improved. They danced with ideas and fantasies. They played with Aloe Cadabra as they realized the incredible scents available to their fantasies…which one today?
Many slang words do not reflect the positive affirmation of the body. It is difficult for many to even say the word “vagina.” In seminars for trauma survivors, women have named their vagina’s Virginia or Flower, whatever comes lovingly to mind. Later someone sent me a T-Shirt with the printing “I Love Virgina” (naming the state of Virginia)…which was then was changed by several women to “I Love My Virginia.” Later on, it became easier to say “vagina.”