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It is recommended to steam 3-6 months of consistency with steaming for great results.


For centuries, women across the globe have used vaginal steaming to assist with prevention and postpartum recovery. This practice is experiencing a resurgence in popularity in the US but obstetricians and gynecologists remain largely unfamiliar with the practice and are unequipped to provide informed advice to their patients on its safety and efficacy. For this reason, clinical studies on vaginal steaming are in high demand.




Vaginal steaming is a process that 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, perineum and anus. The water is often infused with minerals and/or herbs to enhance the healing qualities of the steam.




This process has a lengthy and well-documented history throughout Africa, Eurasia, Oceania and the Americas. While vaginal steaming became relatively obscure in the United States after the marginalization of midwifery in the 19th and early 20th centuries, it remained a common practice among women without access to the medical establishment.




As it enjoyed a continuous relevance in many other countries, immigrants to the US also continued and furthered the practice within our borders. In particular, communities with South Korean, Mayan, Sudanese, Cambodian, Eritrean and Haitian migrants kept the practice alive and growing.




In the early 21st century, vaginal steaming became popularized as a luxury spa treatment despite its continued use in marginalized communities as a means for preventive reproductive care. As its popularity grew, media outlets began asking medical practitioners to comment on its safety and effectiveness. With little to no background information on the practice they could only respond that they had no official proof that vaginal steaming was either helpful or harmful.




Womb Healing Blend (with White Sage & Red Raspberry Leaf):

***May promote circulation, balance the vaginal flora, improve scent, tone skin, clear out excess mucus and nourish the reproductive organs. Can be used by men and women alike. Boosts mental and physical stamina, increases vaginal lubrication.


For birth/labor prep (after 37 weeks), Postpartum, fibroids, hemorrhoids, endometriosis, post-abortion, cysts, hormonal imbalance, clearing stagnation, missing period, tightening. For those with excessive bleeding, short menstrual cycles and young women going through there first menses. Mildly clear the uterus from stagnation while also having the added benefit of possibly lengthening menstrual cycles and stopping fresh spotting or interim bleeding. For those wanting a boost in their sexual desire.  For those dealing with uterine infections, yeast, bacterial vaginosis, irregular discharge, UTI's etc.






1. Can the herbs be reused for multiple steam sessions?


-Yes! It is recommended to steam 2-3 days consecutively each month. You may refrigerate the herbs and reuse them up for up to 2-3 sessions.


2. When should I steam and for how long?


-You should steam the week before or the week after your menses. You can steam for 20-30 minutes at a time, 2-3 days consecutively.


3. How many steams do I get out of one bag?


-  Using 1-2 tbsp per session, you'll be able to steam 3-4 times a month for 6 months or, if you are using it for 30-40 days consecutively for Postpartum, the herbs may be reused 2-3 times before refreshing and last the 30-40 days. 


Check out the Vaginal Steaming Information page for more on steaming!

Steaming Herbs

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