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Lubricant Selection for PE

Lubricant Selection for PE

Lubricant Selection for PE: Mineral Oil/Petroleum Based lubricant, Plant or Animal base oil and Essential Oils

Some time ago I started training for Massage. Part of that training involves the education and use of base oils and essential oils (also referred to as Aromatherapy). I admit before starting the course I had little to no interest in Aromatherapy and I was happy to just use a hypoallergenic oil but after a few lessons, a workbook and a text book I admit I’ve developed quite a fascination for the use of plant and animal derived oils for use on and within the body.

Do you know what you are putting on your skin?
When people use creams, lotions and lubricants they don’t consider what they’re putting on their skin. Your skin covers your entire body and mucous membranes line the openings of our body (inside of the eyelids, inside the nose, anus, vagina, inside the mouth etc). Both of these linings absorb what you put on them, so you have to ask Is it wise to be putting an oil derivitive on your penis?

Mineral Oil is bad stuff full of all sorts of carcinogens but because it’s so cheap to produce it often takes first preference for use in every day life. The shampoo you use is most likely a derivitive of mineral oil/petroleum, same with your moisturiser (Sorbelene for example) and there’s also your cologne or aftershave. If you use a mineral oil/petroleum derivitive with added vitamin E or other helpful additives then you may as well not bother. Our skin has difficulty absorbing mineral/petroleum oil so those additives are a waste of time. Our bodies weren’t designed to absorb mineral oil. Plant and animal oils are absorbed quite easily, have numerous benefits and don’t evaporate like water based lubricants.

But then what about water based lubricants or supplements? Are they still safe?

Well take this for an example:
I have a tube of Vitamin E Gel with added Aloe Vera and Glycerin. I bought it because as we all know Vitamin E, Aloe Vera and Glycerin are good for the skin but here’s the ingredient list:
Aqua, Aloe Vera Gel, Glycerin, Oleth-20, Tocopheryl Acetate, Triethanolamine, Carbomer, DMDM Hydantoin, Diazolidinyl Urea, Parfum (Fragrance), FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Yellow #6.

If you read the links within the ingredient list you can see that almost all of the ingredients are potential cancer causers and other various nasties like preventing healing and cell regeneration, messing with the endocrine system, increasing the ability to develop allergis and more. I’ve been rubbing this shit on my dick for the last 4-5 weeks and all the while I was wondering Why is my cock getting cold everytime I rub this stuff in!? And why are my erections getting worse!?. Without realising it, I may have been sending myself backwards by using this stuff. I also had a water based lubricant with added vitamin E that I would use for edging. I don’t have the bottle anymore so I can’t look up the ingredients but I have no doubt it’s bad shit as well.

I’ve just now thrown out that tube of death.

Plant Based Oils

At college during one of our classes we were allowed to make up our own oils to take home and try for ourselves. There were 9 different oils and we were allowed to use any combination of these up to a maximum total of 50ml (of oil). As soon as the teacher said go for it the class was busy combining and mixing their different combinations choosing oils that they either liked the colour of or its’ scent. By this stage I had learned a little about the oils from the teacher but we also had our textbooks. I wanted to create an oil that was based on it’s therapeutic benefits rather than it’s colour or smell.

Little did they know these oils were going on my dick.

I eventually settled on using 30ml of a Pure Sweet Almond Oil as the base, 10ml of Pure Virgin Avocado Oil and 10ml of Pure Rose Hip oil. So far I’ve been using it and it’s fucking wonderful. I drip around 2-3ml of this oil on my penis and it stays lubricated for over an hour and my skin feels soft, smooth and warm. I also have another cream made from Sweet Almond/Apricot Kernel base with some essential oils added but I’ll discuss those a little later on.

Here are the list of oils we had to choose from:
NOTE: All oils are pure, concentrated solutions from the original plant. Some oils you buy in the supermarkets or health food shops may be a percentage based solution of the original product.

Some terms explained:
Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s)
What is Chlorophyll?
Beta Carotene

Base Oils
Sweet Almond Oil

  • Protects and Nourishes
  • Lubricates and softens the skin, giving it elasticity.
  • Helps relieve itching, soreness, dryness and irritation.
  • Contains Linoleic Acid.
  • Glucosides.
  • Minerals.
  • Vitamin B.
  • Vitamin D.
  • Vitamin E.
  • Protein.

Apricot Kernel Oil
  • Helps maintain healthy skin and surface tissue.
  • Free Radical Fighter.
  • Penetrates quickly into the skin.
  • contains Polyunsaturated fatty acids.
  • Minerals.
  • Vitamin E.
  • Vitamin A.
  • Vitamin B Complex.

Evening Primrose Oil
  • Superb Moisturiser.
  • Aids with PMT, Menopausal problems.
  • Aids Eczema and Psoriasis.
  • Helps prevent premature aging of skin.
  • Reduces rate of blood clotting.
  • High in gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA) and Linoleic Acid.
  • Rich in Fatty Acids.
  • Vitamins.
  • Minerals.

Grapeseed Oil
  • Allows essential oils to penetrate well through it as a base for oils blends.
  • Ideal base massage oil as alternative to almond oil.
  • Vitamins.
  • Minerals.
  • Protein.

Avocado Oil
  • Rich, Heavy Texture. <—— Perfect for PE as I’ve found!
  • Nourishing and Moisture Retaining.
  • Reduces Age Spots.
  • Heals Scars.
  • Skin Regenerating.
  • Moisturises upper layers of skin.
  • Penetrates well.
  • Benefical to fatty tissue.
  • Contains Chlorophyll
  • Vitamin A.
  • Vitamin B Complex.
  • Vitamin D.
  • Lecithin.
  • Beta Carotene.
  • Potassium.
  • Essential Fatty Acids.

Jojoba Oil
  • Not composed of fat, but of liquid wax.
  • Properties similair to skin’s sebum.
  • Acts as an emulsifier, gently unclogging the pores and freeing embedded grime.
  • highly penetrating.
  • Anti Inflammatory properties (Myristic acid).
  • Natural Moisturiser.
  • Natural Preservative (due to wax esters).
  • Ideal for scalp problems such as dermatitis and dry scalps (applied neat).
  • good conditioner for all skin types.
  • Is a waxy substance that mimics collagen.
  • Contains Myristic Acid
  • Minerals.
  • Protein.

Macadamia Nut Oil
  • highly nourishing and emollient.
  • Ideal for mature skin which statrs to dry as sebum production diminishes.
  • High in palmitoleic acid (found in sebum).
  • contains essential fatty acids (EFA’s).

Olive Oil
  • Assists rheumatic conditions.
  • soothing.
  • Assists dehydrated, inflamed and sore skin.
  • can assist stretch marks during pregnancy.
  • Ideal for hair care and cosmetics.
  • Absorbs well into the skin.
  • Can be applied topically to babies whose bodies cannot utilise the oils nutrients when taken orally.
  • Contains linolenic acid.
  • Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s)
  • Vitamins.
  • Minerals.
  • Protein.

Rosehip Seed Oil
  • Beneficial for Tissue Regeneration.
  • Reduces wrinkles and premature Aging.
  • Rejuvenates Cells.
  • Lessens Scarring.
  • Moisturising.
  • High in both linoleic and linolenic fatty acids.

Sunflower Oil
  • Moisturising.
  • Contains Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s).
  • Vitamin E.
  • Minerals.

Wheatgerm Oil NOTE: Do not use if you have wheat allergies!
  • Promotes formation of new skin cells.
  • Great healing properties due to high levels of vitamin E.
  • Can aid to prevent the development of varicose veins.
  • Improves Circulation.
  • Helps relieve dry, sensitive skin conditions.
  • aids broken capillaries.
  • Anti-Scarring agent, can reduce scar tissue after injury or surgery.
  • Good for facial scarring caused by severe acne.
  • Natural Preservative.
  • Antioxidant Properties.
  • Contains Protein.
  • minerals.
  • Vitamin E.
  • Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s).

As you can see there are a lot of therapeutic benefits with using a plant or animal based oil. It may cost more than a mineral/petroleum based product but at least you have comfort knowing you’re not putting dangerous stuff on your dick.

Right now I’m going to take a break and I’ll come back later with a post on Essential Oils. I’ve been using a cream with added essential oils for the last 3 days and I’ve had great results and great experiences with it. Yesterday I wanted to test this cream and I pumped/clamped/edged throughout the day for an estimated total of 5 hours (6 sets done throughout the day). When I finished my last set I had a rock hard flaccid that was nearly half its’ normal length. Around 30 minutes after rubbing this cream into my penis it was almost back to normal. This morning I woke up with a great erection and continued with my normal routine.

I'm a big fan of 50 Cent, or as we call him in Zimbabwe, four hundred million dollars.

Essential Oils

Essential Oils and their Uses
NOTE: Essential Oils are highly concentrated solutions that can cause illness, injury or possibly death. For instance 5ml of Eucalyptus Oil is enough to kill. The concentration of menthol and other substances in the solution is so strong it will burn internal organs and should never be consumed or used internally (in the anus or vagina etc). If you’re in doubt, don’t use it. If you decide to use any essential oils it’s best you understand them well.

As mentioned before, it’s much cheaper to use Mineral Oil/Petroleum derivitives then it is to use oils from Plants or Animals. This is because to produce the oil in it’s desired concentration a large amount of produce needs to be used. But considering the costs associated with producing these oils they are still widely used particularly in the food and beverage industry. The food and beverage industry also happen to be the largest user of essential oils so at some point during the week you’ve had food that has been flavoured or scented with an essential oil.

Since WWII essential oils have been studied and researched with new discoveries being made regularly. A number of ailments that have been found to be alleviated through the use of essential oils and aromatherapy. And there is more here. In France it would not be unusual to receive a treatment using Essential Oils as research has proven their effectiveness in treating certain ailments.

There are three methods for using an Essential Oil:

  • Ingested - Swallowed (not recommended unless advised by a professional).
  • Inhaled - Most common method but certain oils can have bad effects eg. Nutmeg Oil is an Hallucinogen.
  • Topical Application - Commonly used in massage.

Additional information when using Essential Oils:
  • Neat - Applied without dilution (Not recommended unless advised by a professional).
  • Diluted - Mixed with a carrier oil.

For the last 3 days I’ve been using a Sweet Almond/Apricot Kernel base cream with 5ml Evening Primrose Oil (base oil), 3% Geranium Oil (Essential) and 2% Grapefruit Oil (Essential). After applying this cream my penis and any areas it was applied becomes warm, soft and heavy even after a hard PE session like yesterday’s effort.

How to determine the percentage(%) of oil to use with your base oil or cream

It’s important to get the blend right. Using too much of an essential oil can cause serious problems as mentioned earlier so it’s necessary to get the dosage right.

A simple way to determine how much you need is to use a 10ml base.
Using a 10ml Base:

  • 1% = 2 Drops
  • 2% = 4 Drops
  • 3% = 6 Drops

So in a 30ml cream I used 18 drops of Geranium Oil and 12 drops of Grapefruit Oil.

The Essential Oils

Obviously these aren’t all of the oils that can be used but are very common and should be available in most places.

Sweet Basil
Blends well with:
Bergamot, Clary Sage, Geranium, Frankincense, Neroli.

Special Properties:
Antiseptic, Antidepressant, Antispasmodic, Calmative, Cephalic, Emmenagoguic, Expectorant, Febrifungal, Galactagoguic, Nervine, Prophylactic, Stimulant of the adrenal cortect, Stomachic, Tonic, Veins, Analgesic, Neuro-Regulator, Decongestant, prostate, Anti-Viral and anti-Infectious.

Physical Applications:
Muscular aches & pains, respiratory disorder, scanty menstruation, colds & flu, anti-inflammatory to infections, Intestinal, Hiccoughs, Prostate, Veins.

Mental and Emotional Applications:
Mental Fatigue, Anxiety, Depression, Neuritis, Nervous Dystonia.


  • May irritate skin, especially if used in high concentrations, so it is best to use it in half usual recommended dilutions. Always use diluted on the skin and never neat. And if using this oil in the bath, never use more than 3 drops.
  • Can cause a skin irritation to those who already habe sensitive skin and may lead to allergic reactions in such cases, hence this oil may cause sensitisation to the oil itself and any of its by-products if not used correctly for skin conditions or skin care.
  • Avoid during entire term of pregnancy.

  • Avoid during entire term of pregnancy, OK during labour.
  • Can be used in insect repellent as it is effective against mosquitoes.
  • Often used as an aide to labour.

Black Pepper
Blends well with:
Other spices, Citrus Essences, Frankincense, Jasmine, Lavendar, Geranium, Rose, Ylang Ylang, Rosemary, Sandalwood.

Special Properties:
Analgesic, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Antitoxic, Appetite-Stimulant, Bactericidal, Carminative, Digestive, Diuretic, Febrifugal, Laxative, Rubefacient, Stimulant (Nervous, Circulatory, Digestive), Stomachic.

Physical Properties:
Poor Circulation, Muscular aches & pains, (positively affects) Loss of appetite, Nausea, Colds & Flu, Lethargy, Mental Fatigue.

Mental & Emotional Applications:
Aphrodisiac, Stimulating, Warming.


  • Avoid during entire term of pegnancy.
  • Can cause toxicity if used for prolonged periods, so limit use and keep ongoing use (therapeutically & aromatherapy) to 2 week periods at a time.
  • May irritate skin, especially is used in high concentrations, so it is best to use it in half usual recommended dilutions. Always use diluted on the skin and never neat. And if using this oil in the bath, never use more than 3 drops.

  • Wonderful for arthritic, bone and muscular pain when applied neat or diluted to a heat bag then applied topically to the painful area.

Clary Sage
Blends well with:
Bergamot, Cedarwood, Cypress, Geranium, Roman Chamomile, Juniper Berry, Lavendar, Rosewood, Sandalwood & Ylang Ylang.

Special Properties:
Antispasmodic, Antidepressant, Aphrodisiac, Relaxant, Anti-Inflammatory, Bactericidal, Digestive, Tonic, Antiseptic, Carminative.

Physical Applications:
PMT, Menstrual Cramps, High blood pressure, Circulatory, Varicose Veins, Sore Throat, Haemorrhoids, Skin Conditions - dry, inflamed & sensitive, muscular aches and pains, irrgeular menstruation, respiratory problems, loss of menstruation outside pregnancy, migraine.

Mental & Emotional Applications:
Pre menstrual syndrome, nervous tension, Stress related disorders, depression, anxiety, aide relaxation, post natal depression, mid-life crisis, frigidity, calming, euphoric.


  • Avoid during whole pregnancy (facilitates the menstrual cycle).

Blends well with:
Citrus Essences, Cedarwood, Frankincense, Peppermint, Tea Tree, rosemary, Lavendar, Marjoram, Pine, Thyme.

Special Properties:
Headclearing, cooling, antiseptic, bactericidal, anti-viral, expectorant, muscle relaxant, immune stimulant, head warming.

Physical Applications:
Prevention & treatment of respiratory infections (flu, sinus, colds), household disenfectant, Bronchitis, Throat Infections, aides minor infections, colds & flu, foot deodorant, hygiene, congestive headache, muscular aches and pains, post viral syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, herpes, glandular fever, deodorant, burns, blisters, chicken pox, measles, insect bits and stings, insect repellent, headlice, skin infection, cystitis, neuralgia.

Mental & Emotional Applications:
Uplifting, refreshing, reviving, invigorating, cleansing, very positive, helps increase circulation if feeling sluggish. An aide to positive thinking, helps increase concentration if feeling sluggish, uplifting and invigorating, cleansing.


  • Generally not applicable accept with allergies to eucalyptus itself.
  • Not to be consumed or used on any opening on the body.
  • May irritate skin, especially is used in high concentrations, so it is best to use it in half usual recommended dilutions. Always use diluted on the skin and never neat. And if using this oil in the bath, never use more than 3 drops.
  • Can cause toxicity if used for prolonged periods, so limit use and keep ongoing use (therapeutically & aromatherapy) to 2 week periods each time.
  • Possible kidney irritant if dosage is too high.

  • Inhale to treat flu, sinus & cough.
  • Apply directly to treat arthritis.
  • Apply directly to treat cuts & minor wounds.
  • Spray into air or rub on wrists & temples to promote relaxation.

Blends well with:
Other floral essences, Bergamot, Rose, Clary Sage, Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Chamomile, Patchouli, Juniper, Lavender, Rosewood, Lemongrass, Black Pepper, Jasmine, Neroli, Petitgrain, Vetiver, Rosemary, Fennel.

Special Properties:
Hormonal Balancer, Emotional Balancer, Cell Regenerator, Anti-Depressant, Anti-Inflammatory, Antiseptic, Bactericidal, Stomachic, Tonic, Relaxing & Refreshing.

Physical Applications:
Skin care (cell regenerator), thread & varicose veins, eczema, irregular menstruation, depression, insomnia, headache, premenstrual tension, stress related disorders, osteoarthritis, detoxification, wounds, fungus, dry skin, diarrhoea, shingles, antibacterial, burns, acne, haemorrhoids, dermatitis, herpes, anti-inflammatory, neuralgia, head lice, poor circulation, menopausal problems, pre-menstrual syndrome, skin problems, stops bleeding, ulcers.

Mental & Emotional Applications:
Warming, refreshing and uplifting, balances emotional extremes, balances hormonal extremes, agitation, anxiety, recharges adrenals, post natal depression, nervous tension, stress.


  • Can cause a skin irritation to those who alread have sensitive skin and may lead to allergic reaction in such cases, hence this oil may cause sensitisation to the oil itself and any of its by-products if not used correctly for skin conditions or skin care.
  • Use in lowest concentrations for skin care.
  • Take care in Pregnanacy.

  • To treat poor circulation, wounds & mastitis.
  • Relieves tired & aching limbs.
  • A good all rounder - popular in baths & foot baths.
  • Problem skins (acne, eczema, dermatitis etc).
  • Menopause and Pre-menstrual tension.

Juniper Berry
Blends well with: Bergamot, Clary Sage, Cedarwood, Cypress, Geranium, Peppermint, Rosemary, Rosewood, Frankincense, Lavender, Neroli, Petitgrain, Sandalwood.

Special Properties:
Tonic, Anti-inflammatory, Analgesic, anti-Infectious, Diuretic, Detoxifier, Anti-Catarrhal, Expectorant, Astringent, carminative, Antiseptic, Cicatrisant, Sedative, Antispasmodic, Emmenagogic, Nervine, Antirheumatic, Vulnerary.

Physical Applications:
Nervous System, Rheumatism, Kidneys, Acne, Gout, Digestion, Neuritis, Urinary Tract Infection (cystitis, urinary stones), Dermatitis, Arthritis, Colitis, Sciatica, Eczema, Bronchitis, Water Retention, Rhinitis, Wounds, Cellulite, Muscular Aces and Pains, Painful menstruation, PMS, helps the body to eliminate uric acid and is there good for arthritis, gout etc, detoxifier and diuretic.

Mental & Emotional Applications:
Nervous tension, stress related disorders, clears and stimulates and strengthens the nerves, purifies the atmosphere in stressful situations.


  • May be slightly irritating.
  • Pregnancy.
  • Kidney Disease.

  • Used to help relieve swollen joints (oedema).
  • Used to assist with detoxification and lymphatic build up.

Blends well with:
Bergamot, Lemon, Rosewood, Rose, Tea Tree, Clary Sage, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Fennel, Chamomile, Ylang Ylang, Cedarwood, Geranium, Patchouli, Peppermint, Frankincense, Juniper, Clove, Neroli, Petitgrain, Pine.

Special Properties:
Therapeutic, Calming, Refreshing, Soothing, Acne, Burns, Skin Problems, Analgesic, antidepressant, Antiseptic, Anti-Inflammatory, Antispasmodic, hypotensive, deodorant, antirheumatic.

Physical Applications:
Throat Infections, dermatitis, hair loss, dandruff, wounds, burns, gastric, scars, intestinal stimulant, boils, headaches, cramps, piles, migraines, eczema, dandruff, bruises, colic, nausea, muscular aches and pains, coughs, depression, stress related disorders, very relaxing properties, helps aid asthma and bronchial problems, great for kids with ailments.

Mental & Emotional Applications:
Uplifting, Calming, Refreshing, stress, anger, hysteria, irritability, panic, depression, insomnia, calming, impatience, soothing, nervous tension, pre-menstrual syndrome, great for nervous and psychological problems.

Skin & Hair:
Anti-inflammatory, reduces scarring, wound healing.


  • Generally not applicable except in allergies to Lavender.

  • 2nd & 3rd Degree burns.
  • Add a drop to each temple when you have a stress headache.
  • Promotes healing of small injuries.
  • Soothes Arthritis.
  • Head Clearing - aides depression and stress related disorders

Blends well with:
Bergamot, Orange, Lavender, Lime, Myrrh, Rose, Sandalwood, Chamomile, Ylang Ylang, Frankincense, Juniper, Neroli, Petitgrain, Pine.

Special Properties:
Immuno stimulant, Lymphatic stimulant, Acne, Oily Skin Problems, Blood Fluidifier, Liver & Gallbladder stimulant, Uplifting, Antidepressant, Antiseptic, Tonic, Antispasmodic, Hypotensive, Antirheumatic, Air Antiseptic, Vitamin P like action.

Physical Applications:
Skin care (oily & acne), infections, viral diseases, herpes, warts, infection protection, cellulitis, water retention, gout, rheumatism, sciatica, liver congestion, gall stones, diminishes capillary permeability, venous tonic, phlebitis, bruises, sore throats, boils, chilblains, high blood pressure, poor circulation, asthma, bronchitis, indigestion, colds and flu, blood fluidifier, air antiseptic, high antibactericidal properties (will kill diphtheria in 20 minutes), stimulates the body’s own defence system to disease, aids bruises.

Mental & Emotional Applications:
Uplifting, Cooling, Refreshing, Stress, Anxiety, insomnia, Depression, Hypertension.

Skin and Hair:
Has a mild bleaching effect and can be used to brighten discoloured skin, especially around the neck area. Treats cuts and boils.


  • Photoxic (should never be exposed directly to skin shortly before exposure to sunlight); Can irritate sensitive skin (will cause skin pigmentation to alter).
  • Lemon oil is very volatile to flame. Be careful when using a burner.
  • May irritate skin, especially is used in high concentrations, so it is best to use it in half usual recommended dilutions. Always use diluted on the skin and never neat. And if using this oil in the bath, never use more than 3 drops.
  • Can cause a skin irritation to those who alread have sensitive skin and may lead to allergic reaction in such cases, hence this oil may cause sensitisation to the oil itself and any of its by-products if not used correctly for skin conditions or skin care.

  • Lymphatic, liver & gall bladder stimulant (via massage etc).
  • Oily skin & acne conditions.
  • Aides immune system.
  • Add to water & spray in air as an air purifier or when people are ill.
  • Cellulitis and Capillaries.

Sweet Orange
Blends well with:
Lemon, Lime, Basil, Clary Sage, Marjoram, Geranium, Patchouli, Neroli, Myrrh, Lavender, Frankincense, Rosemary, Tangerine, Mandarin.

Special Properties:
Antiseptic, Air Antiseptic, Calming, Sedative, Carminative, Anti-Inflammatory, circulatory stimulant, Lymphatic stimulant, drying abilities (for skin care).

Physical Applications:
Indigestion, purification of indoor environment, fluid retention, cellulite, poor peripheral circulation, cleansing for the skin due to oily skin problems, Tonifies and opens Pores, Excellent for smokers skin, Antidepressant, colds and flu, bronchitis, nervous tension, has a normalising effect on digestive tract (peristaltic action) and aids diarrhoea and constipation, stimulates the lymph fluid and is helpful in swollen tissue, stimulates the gall bladder.

Mental & Emotional Applications:
Uplifting, Anxiety, Stress, Agitated depression, insomnia, irritability, depression, aides feelings of joy to flow, promotes joyful communication, uplifting for the mind and the emotions, Fills the soul with feelings of joy, awakens creativity, helps children to sleep.


  • Photoxic (should never be exposed directly to skin shortly before exposure to sunlight); Can irritate sensitive skin (will cause skin pigmentation to alter).
  • Sweet Orange oil is very volatile to flame. Be careful when using a burner.
  • Can be irritating to the skin in high concentration & doses, especially if oxidised.

  • Great for dinner parties - promotes nice feelings when blended with clary sage & bergamot = socialising blend.
  • Blend with Tangerine and Mandarin Oil to help with depression.
  • Blend with Bergamot for an uplifting effect.

Ylang Ylang
Blends well with:
Lavender, Black Pepper, Orange, Neroli, Tangerine, Lime, Geranium, Lemon, Vetiver, Frankincense, Bergamo, Grapefruit, Jasmine, Orange, Patchouli, Rose, Rosewood, Sandalwood.

Special Properties:
Aphrodisiac, antiseptic, Anti-spasmodic, Antidepressant, Euphoric, Hypotensive, Harmonising, Sedative, Sexual Tonic, Nervie, tonic, circulatory stimulant, anti-seborrhoea, soporific, help lower high blood pressure, PMS, mood swings prior to menstruation.

Physical Application:
Trachycardia, Palpitations, Hypertension, Sexual Asthenia, Frigidity, Impotence, Insomnia, Rapid Breathing, Tonic to the womb, Firm Breasts, Intestinal Infections, Bruises, Gastroenteritis, high Blood Pressure, Depression, PMS.

Mental and Emotional Applications:
Aphrodisiac, uplifting, antidepressant, Nervous Tension, Stress Related disorders. An excellent oil for women who hide their feminine side and wish to express a more softer feminine energy. Aids in self confidence, frustration and tension.


  • Generally regarded as non irritating, however it can provoke sensitive reactions in some people.
  • Can cause a skin irritation to those who already have sensitive skin and may lead to allergic reactions in such cases, hence this oil may cause sensitisation to the oil itself and any of its by-products if not used correctly for skin conditions or skin care.
  • Use in low concentrations - around 1%.
  • May lead to headaches and nausea.

  • Can use undiluted on the skin as a perfume to pulse points - always do a patch test first.

I'm a big fan of 50 Cent, or as we call him in Zimbabwe, four hundred million dollars.

Wow a lot to read here thanks I will save it for when I am hanging at computer at home will definitely read it over thanks.

I swear by aloe vera.

Start- Some time in 2004.. 6" BPEL, 4.5" Mid-EG (Really lazy at PE)

Current.. 7.8" BPEL, 5.7" Mid-EG

Goal(Time to get serious).. 8" BPEL, 6" Mid-EG

I’ve just mixed up another small batch of Geranium and Grapefruit cream. We were out of Evening Primrose oil so I couldn’t add that. I’ll see if it makes a difference. So far this cream is fantastic for giving a constant heavy and warm flaccid even on some of the colder nights we’ve had here. I think I’ll be using it regularly from now on.

In addition to this mix I’ve also made a Black Peppercorn and Ginger cream. Going to try it out over the next week. I just put some on about 15 minutes ago and so far it’s not as effective as the Geranium/Grapefruit mix. My penis feels warm and heavy but it feels firm. Not something I was hoping for.

I'm a big fan of 50 Cent, or as we call him in Zimbabwe, four hundred million dollars.

Nice! :)

Start: 07/09/08 - BPEL: 6.75"; NBPEL: 6.2"; EG: 4.75"; STOPED for several times.

----- Current/Restart: - BPEL: ~ 7"; NBPEL: ~ 6.4"; EG: 4.85";

Final Goal - NBPEL: ≥ 7.5"; EG: ≥ 5.5";

What about Johnson’s Baby Oil?

The best lubricants that I have found is xanthan or guar gum. Both can be found at most health food stores for under $5.00 that will last you a lifetime of pud pulling. ;^)

What I’ve done is to use a tiny little scoop of the above and put it into a small bottle that previously held some Astroglide. Throw in a little warm water and shake the heck out of it, then fill it close to the brim with as pure of a water as you can. With high mineral content waters, the solution may not thicken. It’s so inexpensive that you can fool around with the formula and it will only cost you pennies.

It takes about 15 to 20 minutes to reach full “thickness”. Once it does, use as any other lubricant. If it starts to get sticky, the addition of a small amount of water is all it needs to reactivate the slipperiness. Feel free to use it on any orifice, but be aware that people with severe allergies to glutens may not tolerate it. Just do a search on Wikipedia if you need any more info.

Let me know what you think!

Originally Posted by Tipper
What about Johnson’s Baby Oil?

A google search reveals it is made from mineral oil. It is not a vegetable oil.

Black Peppercorn & Ginger cream.
So far I’m not liking this combination. It doesn’t leave me flaccid soft and pliable. I’ll stick with the Geranium & Grapefruit mix for now.

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I’m VERY interested in this thread. I’ve always had a strong suspicion that the Johnson’s Baby Oil with vitamin E and aloe vera may have helped me gain when I used it in my first year of PE, except it gave me horrible acne so I quit using it… and I’m a firm believer that anytime you get acne after puberty it’s your body telling you that whatever you ate/drank/absorbed into your skin had a bunch of shit in it. The Astroglide I use now is much better, however my dick doesn’t feel the same and the gains are much slower (the obvious newbie gains aside I still think the baby oil helped because there were times I just manned up and switched back to the oil, and gains resumed).

I’d like to combine the best of both worlds if I could and create a lube with the vitamin E and aloe vera, but maybe with a vegetable oil base, although those cautions for each essential oil are scaring me haha. I know it’s probably not rocket science to make something, but this is my dick I’m dealing with and I REALLY don’t wanna fuck up the dilution stuff.

What about getting an aloe vera gel and breaking some vitamin e capsules into it? Although I am taking vitamin e orally now and may not even need it…

All I use for jelqing and body massage is Extra Virgin Olive Oil. It stays slippery for a long time and he clean up is easy.

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Originally Posted by Titleist
All I use for jelqing and body massage is Extra Virgin Olive Oil. It stays slippery for a long time and he clean up is easy.

I also used EVOO. Don’t remember why I stopped. It really does last a long time.

What do you guys think of this aloe vera lotion as a lubricant?…-8-oz/6262?at=0 Here are the ingredients (84% aloe vera):

Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice(¹), aqua (water), caprylic/capric triglyceride, glyceryl stearate SE, cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, glycerin, potassium cetyl phosphate, ethylhexyl palmitate, dimethicone, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil(¹), persea gratissima (avocado) oil, chamomilla recutita (matricaria) flower extract, camellia sinensis (green tea) leaf extract, panax ginseng root extract, ascorbic acid, panthenol (provitamin B5), retinyl palmitate, tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E), allantoin, citric acid, xanthan gum, caprylyl glycol, ethylhexylglycerin, phenoxyethanol, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, amyl cinnamal, benzyl benzoate, benzyl salicylate, butylphenyl methylpropional, citral, geraniol, hexyl cinnamal, hydroxycitronellal, limonene, linalool, fragrance (parfum).
(¹)Certified organic
Mineral oil, petrolatum free
No animal by-products
Paraben free
No animal testing

I’ve only used Olive oil for PE, but got a bit apprehensive when I read about the whole DHT thing. Granted I haven’t done any PE in a while for various reasons but I guess I would have to choose which lubricant to use when I pick it up again. Would be much easier it there were an “industry standard” lol. Doesn’t have to be something that even assists gains as long as it does the job and isn’t harmful.

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