Hard to believe since menstruation is nothing new, but until recently women have been left to fend for themselves to figure out how to deal with the practical issues presented by their monthly flow. That is, what to do with the blood.
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Changing a menstrual cup in public bathrooms is not that hard! “Yea but what if the public toilet doesn’t have a sink inside, how can I empty it then? I can’t go out with bloody fingers and pants around my ankles!”
The finnish menstrual cup brand strikes again with a fun video ad for the menstrual cup Lunette. I can’t stop laughing at her lady gaga hip hop style going on about her VajayJayjay. The part in the pool and her face expressions is just too funny.
Yoni Eggs have been used in Eastern cultures for centuries by the most in-tuned women who knew that keeping good female wellness is the key to universal wellbeing. Want to experience all the pleasure you are capable of…?
Handling menstrual flow is something that every women from every country and background has to deal with. Papyrus was first used in ancient Egypt, then reusable sanitary belts, and after that disposable pads. Most of these inventions had limited effectiveness until tampons were developed in the 1930′s which revolutionized feminine hygiene.
You probably heard it before, coconut oil has many health benefits so it makes for a great intimate lube. You can put it all over your body, it smells nice, you can eat it and it has anti bacterial properties. There is no need to expose your body to chemicals when mother nature is just handing it out to you.
Did you know that the features of your monthly period can actually tell you a lot about your state of health? No? Well, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) recognizes this release of bodily fluids as a tremendous source of information as to what is going on in your body and energy systems.
Vaginal odor is a very common problem that most women have to deal every now and then. It can be caused by a number of reasons, such as bacterial growth, yeast infections, poor hygiene, hormonal changes, and sexually transmitted diseases. If the problem is due to infection, there may be symptoms like redness, itching, burning and irritation in the vaginal area.
Menstrual Hygiene Day dedicated to ending the hesitation around menstruation Worldwide, 2015: “Let’s end the hesitation around menstruation” are the words that will be heard across the world on the second annual Menstrual Hygiene Day on 28 May 2015. This will be celebrated every 28th May. Go to menstrualhygieneday.org to find out more. Wanna participate?
This article is an excerpt from a book that I found interesting. This is different approach to vagina health and you’ll find down below ayurvedic recipes on how to make your own Uttara Vasti.
Women’s Power to Heal: Through Inner Medicine, by Maya Tiwari.
Synopsis: “Women have absolute power within themselves to heal. A living testament to the healing efficacity of her teachings, Maya Tiwari freed herself from “terminal” ovarian cancer at the age of 23.