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Custom Yoni Steam Blends

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Yoni steaming, also known as vaginal steaming, is an ancient practice that uses the heat from herbal steam to lightly permeate the outside of a woman’s vagina and allow an array of benefits. Women and Healers around the world have been using this practice for centuries. It allows a woman the chance to reconnect with her body and use plant medicine to improve her menstrual cycle and to regulate various health issues.

What are some of the benefits?

That’s when the Yoni Steam Blend and the herbs used come into play.

At Inbetween I believe in making separate Yoni Steam Blends for each woman and what she is experiencing. 

Explaining this Blend

Herbs Used:

Mugwort – bringing energy, heat, and blood flow to the area of the body, protection, strengthens, magical

Motherwort – Depressed Mood, PMS Symptoms, promotes normal reproductive function, uterine fibroids, Ovarian Cysts, Endometriosis,  blood clotting issues, enhances blood flow

Rose Petals – Infertility, Detoxing, Softens Skin, Womb Tonic, Uterine Health, Heals Wounds, Insomnia Relief, Soothes Nerves, Increases Vitality, Relieves Menstrual Pain, Regulates Menstrual Cycle, Relieves Uterine Congestion, Good for Liver and Kidney Health, Positive Effect on Depression and Fatigue

Chamomile – Relaxes uterus, Antispasmodic, Reduce Inflammation, Boosts Immune System, Reduces Pain, Fight Bacteria, Anti-microbial, helps with tissue regeneration and healthy cell growth, Anti-oxidant, limits menstrual cramping, restores natural ph balance, prevents infection

Red Raspberry Leaf – Uterine Tonic, Tones Uterus, Decrease Heavy Menses, Strengthens Uterine Wall, Purifies Blood, Regulation of Menses, Soothes Cramps, Healing, High in Vitamins, B Complex

Rose-hips – High in Vitamin C, Overall Reproductive function, Immune system boost, Uterine Toning, Vaginal Inflammation

Rosemary – pain relief, stress relief, increase circulation, perk you up

Calendula Flower – antioxidant, antifungal, cramps, menstrual disorders, promotes healing, blood flow, fights bacteria 

Caste Tree Berries – PMS symptoms, Anti-viral, Protects from cell damage, decrease bloating, regulate ovulation and menstrual cycle, promotes fertility, thickens the uterine lining, hormonal balance

Dandelion – Antioxidant, Reduce inflammation, Heavy Bleeding, Relieves pain and Swelling, Reduce bad Estrogen, Fight Bacteria, Cellular Health

Tulsi – Also known as Holy Basil, Hormone Balancing, Detoxing, Anti-microbial, Fights Bacteria, Repairs DNA, relaxing, Inhibits growth of tumors, Fights Candida

Dong Quai – regulation 

Cinnamon – anti-microbial, yeast infection relief, reduce heavy bleeding, anti-bacterial, warms uterus, helps with uterine circulation, menstrual regulation, limits menstrual cramping, relieves congestion, increases circulation  

Cramp Bark – Relaxes womb, relieves spasms and cramping, for smooth menstrual cycle, reduce inflammation in the uterus, uterine and pelvic floor strengthening

Orange peel – Relaxing, Anti-Viral, Cleanses Pores, Immune Booster, Clears Congestion, Aides Weight Loss, Anti-Inflammatory, Prevents Infection, Lowers Breast Cancer Risk, Ovarian and Uterine Cancer

Black Cohosh – Reduce size of fibroids and inflammation, acts as natural female hormone in the body, alleviates pms, excellent uterine pain relief, pelvic floor toning and strengthening, relaxes uterus, encourages healthy blood flow throughout reproductive region

That was a lot… I know. I plan to post more blends and recipes, let me know your experiences!

About the Author

Ombriél Nechole shares her Holistic Healing Journey. A young entrepreneur, but an Attuned Shaman, Reiki Master, and an Herbalist first; nothing is impossible for this young woman.

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