How Does V-steaming Work?

How does v-steaming work?

The moist heat opens the pores of the tissues it comes in contact with, and the water vapor carries the medicinal benefits of the herbs into the tissues. Once absorbed it enters the bloodstream, having a direct effect on the reproductive system.

Vaginal steams (v-steams) bring heat to the womb, which is very effective, due to the fact that vaginal tissue is one of the most absorbent membranes of the entire female body. The use of specific herbs adds layers of different healing benefits, each herb having its own purpose. The combination of herbs work to nourish, tone, heal, bring in fresh oxygenated blood, promote cleansing, and make the vaginal and uterine tissues supple.

 

More about v-steaming:

V-steaming/abdominal therapy is used to relieve pain, menstrual cramps, infertility, cysts on ovaries, inflammation, hemorrhoids, prostate disorders (yes it's great for men too!) and more. This ancient healing practice has been used for thousands of years in some African, Asian and Indian cultures and has extraordinary benefits for prostate therapy, erectile dysfunction, impotence (for men), metabolism, immune system, bacterial infections, stress, and the respiratory system.

The purpose of the v-steam is to aid as an internal cleanser of the membranes of the vaginal tissues and the uterus. This is considered especially important for stagnant fertility conditions, and/or incomplete emptying of each cycle. V-Steams will also provide menstrual support, eliminate yeast infections and other vaginal bacteria, increase cervical fluids, relax vaginal canal and cervix, nourish and tone the uterine lining, prevent and ease bladder and kidney stones and more.

While some get the steams to relieve stress, others swear by its health benefits like its ability to boost fertility, ease menstrual cramps, balance hormones, improve your sex life and fight infection.

 

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