How to use bagaruwa seed for tightening and for infection.
Are you having issues with your sexual and reproductive health…especially in the areas of infection, irregular periods, bad smell down there and feeling of excessive openness?
This is what you should use!
Recipe for Cleansing & tightening
….Bagaruwa and cloves
Have you heard of bagaruwa seed?
The herb here is been used by women for centuries to restore their dignity, mainly women in the northern part and now those in South Western part of Nigeria.
Its English name is Acacia.
It’s mainly used by women after childbirth or women that have infection or those that do feel “wide” if you know what I mean.
The seeds are washed,crushed and boiled with little amount of cloves put down and leave to cool small so you can sitbath inside for steaming. Please the water should not be too hot to avoid burns.
Sit on it for about 20 to 30 minutes or more. It helps with your tightening with persistent practice. It also helps to remove reproductive tract infections.
Here are some of the benefits of bagaruwa seed for steaming and sits bathing.
reducing menstrual symptoms, such as bloating, cramps, exhaustion, and heavy bleeding
boosting female fertility
promoting healing after childbirth
treating and the relieving pains pains of hemorrhoids.
increasing energy and reducing fatigue
May help restore vaginal PH
reduces inflammation and scarring after vaginal delivery
Side effects of using bagaruwa
It’s safe and natural cos it’s pure Natural herb. However, it can cause burns down there if not properly used according to instructions.. Steaming with bagaruwa can sometimes introduce the infection you are try to prevent or treat especially yeast infection popularly known as candidiasis.
Vaginal steaming with bagaruwa can be dangerous if a woman is pregnant. This is because the steam mixed with the bagaruwa could affect the growing fetus and even cause miscarriage, pregnancy loss, or premature delivery .
The vagina is a self-cleaning organ that regularly maintains pH balance. Additional interventions, such as vaginal steaming or douching with bagaruwa and other herbs, are not necessary to maintain vaginal health.
Keeping down there clean, dry, and free of perfumes is the best way to keep the vagina healthy. Therefore, most people should not try steaming with bagaruwa, cloves or any herb 🌿.
If they do try it, it is best to exercise extreme caution to reduce the risk of burns and infections.
Let me know if you’ve heard of this herb before in your comment.
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