The Word ‘Yoni’ literally interpreted means ‘womb’ the female reproductive organs, vagina and uterus. For thousands of years woman have been bringing healing to their Yoni’s through steaming herbs and crystals. It is a old ancient ritual now brought into the 21st century.
Yoni (vaginal) Steaming is a wonderful and healthy way to bring the blossom back to your luscious petals. Steam causes the skin to sweat and the pores to open increasing blood circulation and allowing toxins and waste to be released. It can also help the cervix and uterus to relax. Certain herbs can make your Yoni Steam session even more therapeutic by adding anti-bacterial benefits to the steam. Yoni steaming can also help to eliminate odour after your period or just...on a normal day. Women have reported to feeling "So Clean!" after using it. Yoni steaming feels AMAZING but it can sometimes be a hassle when doing it at home. With this herbal packed yoni steam you receive 30g bag of high quality, organic herbs. Just toss half of the bags into your bucket or pot with boiling water and let the natural herbal scent transport you to another world while the steam does its work. You can also use it as a healing bath tea! Treat yourself today to your very own Yoni spa day! You and your yoni deserve it!
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- Promotes fertility
- Opens the pores and releases impurities through the skin by sweating
- Increases blood and lymph circulation in the groin area
- Clears and tones the skin
- Hydrates the skin
- Helps to eliminate odour
- Great to use during a Yoni/Womb cleanse or detox
- Great to use right before your period to ease mild cramps and after your period to freshen
- Antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and skin soothing properties
- (Bath Tea Method) Soothes and heals the skin for those who may experience HPV, HSV, Yeast Infections, Chronic Infections, Irritation from sanitary pads
Angelica is one of the most powerful female fertility tonic herbs. Used since at least the first century, Dong Quai tonifies and strengthens the uterus by regulating hormonal control, improving uterine tone, and improving the timing of the menstrual cycle. In Asia, Dong Quai is to women’s health as ginseng is to men’s health.
In traditional Chinese medicine, Dong Quai is referred to as a blood tonic as it has a general effect on circulation. This could be helpful for women experiencing pale menstrual flow, absent periods, and weakness after periods (in TCM, this is called blood deficient). It has also been shown to improve red blood cell counts. Dong Quai is traditionally used for situations of stagnation (PCOS, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, and uterine fibroids) as it increases the blood flow to the reproductive system, reducing congestion and pain.
Maca (Lepidium meyenii) is a root-like cruciferous vegetable. For more than two millennia, native Peruvians have used Maca root as food and medicine to promote fertility, endurance, energy, vitality, and sexual virility.
Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) is one of my most loved herbal allies! It is one of the most versatile healing plants, ever. Yarrow has been used traditionally for painful menstrual cramps. It is antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory in action. This means it aids the muscles of the uterus to work efficiently without spasm and/or cramping up. Yarrow is one of the best herbs to stop heavy bleeding due to uterine fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, or for women who have heavier than normal menstrual periods. It is important to address the cause of heavy menstrual bleeding, in addition to using Yarrow to stop heavy bleeding acutely.
Many women suffer from fertility issues where there is pelvic congestion, also referred to as stagnation. Conditions like PCOS, endometriosis, uterine fibroids and ovarian cysts are all considered congestive states. Yarrow works to increase circulation to the reproductive organs and tissues. It also aids in pain reduction associated with endometriosis, uterine fibroids, and ovarian cysts.
Parsley tap root, leaves, seeds (Petroselinum crispum): Parsley has been used as an emmenagogue to bring on menstruation and is a rich source of vitamin C.