1. What does our Yoni Steam do?
Yoni steaming is a powerful ancient self-care practice used by women worldwide for wellness, women's wisdom, and feminine power. They are a holistic self-care practices in which a woman allows the warmth of herbal steam to permeate the exterior of her vagina - gently.
Yoni steams are part of many healing lineages including Central America, India, Korea, Eastern Europe, Africa, Indonesia, and Thailand. It is used mainly to cleanse the uterus when there are menstrual difficulties, after birth, and with menopause.
How do you do a Yoni Steam?
To use, brew the herbs like tea, allow it to cool enough that it doesn't burn when you place your wrist over it, and then place the container under you or while crouching or in a special Yoni seat. Wrap a sheet or blanket around your torso to create a kind of sweat lodge. Sit and receive the moist warmth of the steam. It enters your body directly through your Yoni and penetrates to your uterus, pelvis, and even up through a Chakras connecting to your heart so you can feel better in your body and your life.
When is the best time for a Yoni Steam?
Mainly, you can steam at any time of the month, as long as you are not menstruating. It is nice to do your steam later in the evening so that you can go lay down in bed shortly after finishing the steam. If you have regular menses, every 3-4 months
When shouldn't you do a Yoni Steam?
Yoni steams are not always recommended! There are reasons and seasons of our lives that we should not do the steam. Please do NOT do a yoni steam if you are:
- Don't steam during ovulation if you are trying to conceive
- Pregnant or if you think you may be pregnant
- If you have an Intrauterine Device (IUD) (some say you can for only 5-10 minutes
- Have an active internal infection (cervical, uterine or ovarian inflammation) with a fever
- Have any open herpes sores or blisters present- Soak infected area AFTER the blisters have healed.
2. What’s in the blend
Contains: Rose, Lavender, Calendula, Neem, Sage, Mugwort, Meadowsweet.
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