Vaginal steaming also known as Yoni Steaming is an ancient treatment technique used for treating menstrual, reproductive issues and other discomforts in women. The technique is gaining much popularity nowadays.
It’s simple and involves just sitting over a pot of herbal steam. There are many controversies related to it. Some people recommend it for the overall health of women. However, there are many do’s, don’t’s, and facts that you should before doing it.
What Is Vaginal Steaming/Yoni Steaming?
Vaginal steaming is an old remedy for cleansing the vagina and uterus to regulate menstruation cycle, pain, and bloating in women. It is also known as V-steaming or yoni steaming.
For doing, this, you have to sit over steaming water. The water contains herbs like rosemary, basil, wormwood, mugwort, etc. Mostly, it is practiced in Africa.
Vagina Steam will heat your womb and vagina. The herbs used in it will add an extra layer of healing benefits. The herbs are chosen depending on your reproductive health and the condition being treated as different herbs have a different action.
Most of the time, the water contains a blend of multiple herbs to make it powerful. The mixture helps to heal, freshen up, clean, and make the vaginal and uterus tissues soft and supple.
The steam opens the vaginal and uterus pores and carries the therapeutic benefits of the herbs. The absorbed steam enters the bloodstream and gives a direct healing effect on the reproductive system.
The main motto of V-steaming is to cleanse the membranes and tissues of your vagina and the uterus. Cleansing will further improve your fertility process and will regulate your menstrual cycle.
Nowadays, V-steaming is also done in spas as an ancient Korean treatment for curing reproductive ailments. A few of the studies debate the benefits of vaginal steaming. However, there is no scientific evidence supporting its benefits.
Health Benefits Of Vaginal Steaming (Yoni Steaming)
Vaginal Steaming is done for a variety of reasons. The most important benefits of vaginal steaming are explained below: