V-Steam/Yoni Steam/Womb Steam
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Practitioner: Ariane Bailey
Before starting any natural health & wellness protocol such as the Vaginal Steam, consult with your health care provider to ensure your are an appropriate candidate. If pregnant, or deemed not a candidate, do NOT steam. Do not steam while you are on your menstrual cycle or post ovulation if you are trying to conceive naturally. Do not steam during an acute infection or during the presence of vaginal sores or blisters.
The following statements are not acknowledged by the FDA, nor CDC. And while we are not Doctors and have no science to prove it's effectiveness, we allow the testimonials of clients, past & current users, & practitioners of the V-Steam to identify their experiences & outcomes. And this is what they've said over the years:
V-Steam aka Yoni Steam aka Womb Steam, Bajos, Pelvic Floor steams, or Vaginal Steam Baths is an historical therapy, proven even through ancient times. It's not new. We now offer the vaginal steam service here at Infinity Health & Wellness Center as a possible way to relieve pain and inflammation, menstrual cramps, fibroids pains and more. It is a relaxing, almost spiritual, seated experience where we use hot water and selected herbs to softly cleanse and detox your pelvic floor. The heat from the boiling water relaxes the vaginal muscles while the steam generated are naturaly absorbed through the skin and mucosal linings.
This ancient healing practice has been used for hundreds of years. The two primary herbs utilized in the treatment are Mugwort and Warm Wood. other herbs are used as well.
Mugwort contains natural antibiotics and anti-fungal agents which is said to help maintain internal health as well as keep your skin looking young and healthy. Mugwort leaves and flower buds are boiled and steamed and applied to a specific area of the body (perineum) for detoxification. The steam from the Mugwort is then absorbed into the body through the pores of the skin, most strongly effecting the site of absorption.
Mugwort, according to the American Cancer Society, helps treat stomach and intestinal disorders, including cramps, but it has also been used for menopausal and menstrual complaints, along with infertility. The herb stimulates the production of hormones in order to maintain uterine health, and protects the uterus from ulcers and tumors.
Wormwood, similar to mugwort, has been used to aid digestive disorders and immune system strength, while regulating a woman’s menstrual cycle and hormones. The herb is also considered to be antimicrobial and a sedative that can detoxify the uterus.
The combination of these herbs accompanied with some steam, cleanses, tones and nourishes the cervix, uterus, and vaginal tissues. The V-Steam stimulates the production of hormones to maintain good uterine health.
The following statements are not supported by the FDA, nor CDC. And while we are not Doctors and have no science to prove it's effectiveness, we allow the testimonials of clients, past & current users, & practitioners of the V-Steam to identify their experiences & outcomes. And this is what they've said over the years:
Possible Wellness Benefits of the V-Steam
Protects the uterus from ulcers and tumors
Soothes while strengthening the nervous system
Stimulates menstrual discharges and the production of milk
Aids in restarting regular menstrual cycles
Relieves pain due to abdominal discomfort
Lessens the effects of arthritis and gout
Helps fight infections and intestinal worms
Helps correct digestive disorders
Relieves migraine headaches
Fights Vaginal odor
Disclaimer: We are not doctors. We do not diagnosis nor prescribe. Our services do not take the place of a physician. We do not use any surgical technique. This information is compiled from traditional and modern herb books, articles, and research. This information is summarized for its educational value and should not be used for the diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of disease. It should not be used to replace the services of a qualified practitioner. When you are receiving the treatment you are agreeing to be fully responsible for your own health, and hold provider free of any liability. The provider assumes NO responsibility for any adverse reactions from the usage of these products or services.
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