Vaginal steam baths treatment, which as mentioned is not new, has become a very popular spa trend, however this vaginal steam baths treatment can be easily performed at home.
Vaginal steam baths should be done one or two days after the period (not advised to do so during pregnancy or if you think you are pregnant), to detoxify and treat any imbalance in the vagina, cervix and uterus.
These baths also help oxygenate the blood, cleanse the membranes of vaginal and uterine tissue, remove toxins from the body, regulate the menstrual cycle, help with yeast infections or vaginal cysts, as well as may help with uterine fibroids.
These vaginal steam baths normally have a duration of between 20 and 45 minutes, and care should be taken with steam that is not too hot or too close to avoid burning or irritating vaginal tissue.
THE FOLLOWING HERBS ARE THE ONES THAT CAN BE USED FOR THESE VAGINAL BATHS:
– Rose petals
– Manzanilla and others
Before doing the bath it is advisable to know all the herbs to avoid any kind of allergy or reaction.
Here’s how you can perform these vaginal baths in the privacy of your home:
Boil about 4 liters of filtered water and add your selection of dried or fresh herbs. Approximately 1 cup of dried herbs, and if you use fresh herbs triple the amount.
Boil for 10 minutes and then let stand for 5 minutes.
Then pour the herbal water into a bowl and sit on a grate chair with the bowl down without your underwear.
Place a towel or blanket around your waist to create a tent over the bowl and do not steam escape.
Allow the vapor to penetrate into the vagina and surrounding areas for about 20 to 30 minutes.
The vaginal tissue has a large absorbent capacity, so it receives the medicinal properties of the herbs.
It is normal to experience some cramping or having vaginal discharge after the steam bath, especially when performed for the first time.
This treatment can be done once or twice every six months.
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