Vaginal Steam Herbal Tea Bags

$20.00

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12 Vaginal Steam Tea Bags come in an order.


Pregnant women should not use. If you have extreme heavy menstrual flows do not use. Do not use on cycle. Do not use if you have open sores on genitals.

Take out genital piercings before steaming

Should be done every 2 weeks for fertility issues.

2-3 times a year for general use.


Benefits:

1. Pulls toxins out of the body
2. Alleviates abdominal pain/pressure
3. Relieves menstrual cramps
4. Regenerates damaged tissues
5. Improves vaginal tightness
6. Helps hemorrhoids
7. Helps with feminine odor
8. Helps womb absorb herbal medicines
into the bloodstream
9. Regulates menses
10. Relieves heavy menstruation
11. Balances hormone levels
12. Jumpstarts detoxifying sensors to kill off
fungi, bacteria, viruses, and parasites
13. Stimulates growth of white blood cells
and antibodies
14. Sweating creates cardio benefits
15. Mood stabilization
16. Strengthens the uterus
17. Detoxifies the womb to remove excess waste which contributes to cysts, fibroids, cancers, and tumors Relieves menopausal symptoms Facilitates emotional purging Helps align chakras
18. Builds self-esteem
19. Releases stagnant energy and stimulates creativity
20. Supports lymphatic health
21. Assists with fluid retention
22. Strengthens communication
23. Stimulation of healthy sexual energy
24. Reduction and elimination of abnormal growths in the womb with consistent use 25. Releases cellular memories of sexual and physical traumas
26. Helps women conceive
27. Speeds up recovery after childbirth


DIRECTIONS:: If you don't have a steam chair

Fully clean the inside of your toilet bowel and safely disinfect.
Simmer your tea in a large pot of water, about .
 Add 4 tea bags inside of a temperature safe bowel.
Place bowel inside of toilet.
Sit on toilet, cover yourself with a large sheet or towel.
Steam for an hour or until tea becomes luke warm.



Warning:
1. Make sure water temperature is suitable to avoid vulva skin burning and vaginal mucous membranes.
This product is for external use. Not Edible


Ingredients:


Sarsaparilla: "Aside from the fact that sarsaparilla could help boost libido by heightening the production of sexual hormones like progesterone and estrogen, this plant also has anti-inflammatory properties that could help menopausal women ease with joint problems, bloating, urinary problems, skin problems (i.e. acne) and fatigue" ~https://mymenopausejourney.com/sarsaparilla/

"The two most common remedies for acute cystitis are Cantharis (burning, cutting pain before, during, and after urination, each drop passing as though it were scalding water, frequent urges to urinate) and Sarsaparilla (severe pain at end of urination, burning pain and constant urging; a characteristic but not common symptom is that urine can be passed only while standing). "

"Since it is good for women health, now let’s look into this matter in order to figure out how it works. Many gynecological disorders are somewhat related to menstruation. As a matter of fact, the menstruation can affect women’s physique. In turn, the poor physique affects menstruation. For example, the declining physical fitness and adverse physiological symptoms like anemia would occur in some girls because of a lack of nutrition, which apparently is the main source for the dramatic spurt of growth of an adolescent girl’s body. For a girl with such physical fitness, taking sarsaparilla is way to go since it can help her recuperate. What’s more, it can prevent vulnerable or frail women from gynecological diseases, especially gynecological inflammation. Another health benefit should be mentioned is its neutral medicinal properties, which are able to help heat constitution get cool and cold constitution get warm."~http://www.chineseherbshealing.com/sarsaparilla-root/


Parsley: Herbalists frequently recommend parsley as an emmenagogue, which is a substance that can induce menstruation. They assert that it can encourage the shedding of the endometrium, which is the inner lining of the uterus, and that it allows the cervix to relax or dilate, allowing menstrual discharge to pass out of the body through the vaginal canal. It might be effective for general period regulation, or for treating the delay caused by stress, fibroids or hormonal disorders


Frankincense: Frankincense, also referred to as mastic, is still used in modern Chinese herbal medicine for injury, trauma, rheumatic pain and arthritis. Generally applied externally, it has a pronounced Blood-invigorating quality that relaxes tendons, eases pain, reduces swelling, and promotes tissue regeneration. It enhances the flow of Qi (vital energy) throughout the meridians and its energetic warmth is especially welcomed when treating stiff, achy joints that tend to worsen in cold, damp weather.

Its ability to generate the flesh is particularly useful for sores, abscesses and carbuncles, and the pain-relieving properties extend to chest pain, colic, abdominal and epigastric discomfort-especially when the pain is sharp. Encouraging and vitalizing blood circulation makes Frankincense helpful for amenorrhea, dysmennorhea and post-partum issues of Blood-stagnation; obviously this is not an herb to be taken during pregnancy.


Its uses outside of Traditional Chinese Medicine are as an astringent to stop discharges and contract tissues; cosmetically it addresses acne for the youthful and dry, chapped skin for the more mature consumer. The high verbenone content indicates its anti-fungal quality, making it a good remedy for external complaints like athlete’s foot and ringworm as well as certain intestinal, vaginal and other internal fungal infections. Frankincense can stimulate energy, invigorate the mind, strengthen the body and promote feelings of well-being while also relaxing irritability, soothing anxiety and calming nervous tension.~ http://herbalisl.blogspot.com/2009/11/frankincense-humanitys-ally-for.html


Chinese pulsatilla root : Treats vaginal itching. To clear heat and release toxins. To cool the blood and stop dysentery


Cork Tree Bark: Dysentery, jaundice and morbid leucorrhea caused by damp-heat; urinary infectious; weakness and edema of legs; consumptive fever and night sweating; seminal emission; sores and skin infection with local redness and swelling; eczema with itching, vaginal discharge ( leucorrhea )


Baiscal skullcap root: The bitter and cold herb has been used in TCM as anti – histamine, anti allergenic, blood thinning and anti hepatitis B virus agent and to prevent atherosclerosis, enhance the digestive function, treat hypertension , anxiety, headache due to cold or flu, prostate Cancer, breast cancer, etc. by enhancing the functions of gallbladder, large intestine, lung and stomach channels. Helps with abnormal vaginal discharge


Sophora Root:

  • Clears heat, dries dampness - dysentery, leukorrhea, jaundice, sores.
  • Expels wind, kills parasites, stops itching - for damp toxin skin lesions or infestations with chronic itching, seepage, and bleeding; genital itching and vaginal discharge.
  • Clears heat, promotes urination - for damp-heat in the small intestine, lin syndrome, hot edema.

  • Radix Lithosperimi (Groomwell Root) : Clears Heat, cools the Blood, activates Blood circulation, relieves Fire toxins and encourages rashes.

    Moistens the Intestines, unblocks the bowels and promotes urination . Treats topical vaginal itching


    Pericarpium Zanthoxyli /Chuan Jiao (Fruit of Szechuan Pepper) : leucorrhea (vaginal discharge), vaginal odor, parasites


    Chinese Honey Locust: The Chinese honey locust  is  a  species of flowering plant that is native to Asia.The Chinese honey locust is used in Chinese herbal medicine to treat several conditions related to phlegm accumulation. It treats coughs and wheezing with lots of sputum that is difficult to expel. It can also treat clumps and swellings in the body, such as the beginning stages of abscesses or boils. Chinese honey locust can also be used in suppository form to treat constipation due to roundworms.

    This herb also stimulates metabolism. In this regard, it is often combined with other metabolic-stimulating herbs in weight loss herbal formulas.~ http://www.askdrmao.com/natural-health-dictionary/chinese-honey-locust/


    Largehead rhizoma atractylodis   : 


    "The main part of this herb used is the Rhizomes/roots; usually taken as decoction, simply put, a decoction is your basic infusion juiced up to induce stubborn roots, barks and resins to release their medicinal properties. While most plants will yield their properties to cold or boiling hot water in a matter of minutes, some require a much longer period of time, say 30 minutes or more. This herb acts on the spleen and stomach channels. One of its properties removes dampness from the body; the other is a warm property that dispels the cold. Atractylodes can help expel wind-cold from the superficial parts of the body, and cold-dampness and excessive fluid in the spleen and stomach; therefore, Atractylodes are indicated for treating diseases caused by dampness no matter what is in the exterior or the interior of the body. The Atractylodes herb is widely used to strengthen digestion and assimilation and to move moisture through the body. It can help stimulate the appetite for those who need it, but it also helps reduce the appetite in those who overeat. Taking Atractylodes supplements and exercising heavily or performing other types of hard physical activity, will promote muscle growth. Athletes use this herb to build powerful muscle and to provide physical endurance. This herb is helpful for those who tend to experience diarrhea, bloating, abdominal pain, vomiting and fatigue, especially during the summer and in hot climates. Atractylodes is commonly used in formulas for conditions that are associated with poor fluid movement in the body such as edema, phlegm retention, and vertigo.

    In China, this herb has an important anti-cancer reputation for Cervical, Mammary, Stomach and Uterine tumors. Science there has been tested with positive results." ~ http://www.herbalremedies.com/atractylodes-information.html


    more Info   http://www.shen-nong.com/eng/herbal/baizhu.html


    TCM stands for Traditional Chinese Medicine