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Yoni Steaming

Updated: Jan 26, 2019






What is Yoni Steaming ?


Little do we all know, yoni steaming has been around for quite a while but its become much more popular over the last few years. It has been practiced in Africa, Central America, and Asia. It is the practice of sitting over a steaming pot of water infused with medical herbs. Also if you didn’t know, yoni is a Sanskrit word for womb or vagina. Yoni seeming came be used for many things but it is mainly used to clean and revitalize the uterus effectively reducing the discomfort that comes with mensuration. Yoni steaming uses the power of the plants and vital heat to balance and restore our physical feminine cycles and body. Although you must be careful, yoni steaming does not hurt. Its like a sauna for your vagina.


What does a Yoni Steam do ?


It really all depends on the herbs used in your yoni steams because they all do different things. Here are some of the most common things yoni steaming can treat or heal :


  • Release toxic emotions such as stress and tension

  • Fertility

  • Postpartum healing

  • Menstrual pain and PMS (cramping)

  • Irregular cycles

  • Menopause

  • Deepened connection to your Feminine Essence

  • Speed healing and tone after giving birth

  • UTI and Yeast infections

  • Detoxifies

  • AND MUCH MORE


When NOT to Yoni Steam !


  • When you are currently on your menstrual cycle

  • If you have any type of IUD

  • If you are pregnant of think you may be pregnant 

  • If you have open wounds or sores around your yoni


How often should we Yoni Steam ?


It varies honestly. I personally on steam after my cycle goes off, so typically once a month, Depending on your reason it may be different for you. For postpartum, you can steam up to three times a week to speed up the healing and toning of the uterus and yoni. You must be sure there are no open wounds and that you are no longer bleeding. For normal yoni steaming, two - three times a month is complete okay but totally up to

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