Winter is upon us and despite the Covid-19 pandemic, many people grew up steaming to prevent colds and flu.
Traditionally, we also steamed to get rid of bad luck and spirits. The point is, steaming was and continues to be a part of our lifestyle. But have you ever considered steaming your [email protected]?
If you had to think about it, think no more because according to Healthline magazine, [email protected] steaming is great for your health.
According to the publication, [email protected] steaming is an age-old natural remedy said to cleanse the [email protected] and uterus, regulate menstruation, and ease period cramps and bloating. It directs herb-infused steam into your [email protected]
You can also do this at home, although most doctors don’t recommend it.
The process is pretty simple – you just sit or squat over a container of herbal-infused steam. Popular herbs one can use include mugwort, wormwood, and chamomile.
The magazine says steaming also relieves stress, depression, infections, headaches, fatigue, and digestive issues.
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