Vaginal steaming is a universal practice without any one clear place of origin.
It appears to be a practice that women everywhere developed for the purpose of postpartum care and treating gynecological concerns.
Vaginal steaming has been found in the following places:
South Korea, Vietnam, China, Indonesia, Cambodia, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand
Turkey, Latvia, Sweden, Italy, Germany, Romania
Eritrea, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, Morocco
Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago
Suriname, Guyana, Panama, Belize, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Mexico, Navajo Nation, Lakota Nation
Palau, Papua New Guinea, Hawaii
Ancient Egypt, Babylonia, Mesopotamia, Aztec Empire and Mayan Empire
What is Vaginal steaming?
Vaginal steaming is the process of cleaning out the the vagina using steam and herbs targeted to ones specific needs.
What is vaginal steaming used for?
Most commonly, vaginal steaming is used by midwives for postpartum care right after a woman has a baby.
Vaginal steaming is also used as a hygienic post-period practice to get any left-over blood out of the vaginal tract once the period is over.
Lastly, vaginal steaming is used to treat gynecological problems. Cramps, trouble conceiving, infections, fibroids, cysts, dryness...vaginal steaming helps to naturally get rid of the problem.
From the first period to post-menopause, it is an important tool for self-care.
Does It Really Work?
According to various case studies, vaginal steaming appears to improve symptoms in over 90% of all gynecological problems and shows tremendous potential as an alternative to invasive medical procedures.
There's clear reason why women everywhere have used it for thousands of years. There's nothing that compares to it.
One thing is evident--vaginal steaming doesn't hurt, and--if it does work in a specific case--it's a really good alternative to surgery and artificial hormones. For most, it is practical and affordable to give it a try.
What Does It Feel Like?
You know the feeling you have after a hot shower or bath?
Your female organs feel like that.