(AKA Vaginal Steaming)
Womb steaming is a universal practice without one place of origin.
The practice involves boiling water in a pot, allowing the water to cool to a comfortable temperature, then sitting, squatting or standing over the pot so that the steam can reach the vulva, vaginal canal, and perineum. The water is infused with herbs to enhance the healing qualities of the steam.
It is a practice that women developed all around the world thousands of years ago for postpartum care and treating gynecological concerns.
V-Steaming can help:
Reduce symptoms of PMS
Regulate your cycle
Maintain healthy odor, and more.
The holistic practice 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, Mesopotomia, Aztec Empire and Mayan Empire