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Seven Secrets of a Happy Vagina

New research indicates that women tend to have deeper, more fulfilling orgasms and sense of well being with g-spot stimulation compared to clitoral stimulation. The Tantric practitioners she interviewed suggest that emotional release associated with this type of massage, is more deeply healing psychologically and somatically.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


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Seven Secrets of a Happy Vagina:

1) Maintaining happy flora. Take acidophilis in the fom of fermented yogurt or in pill capsule form. This is good bacteria which will help prevent dryness related to vaginitis and urinary tract infection.

 

2) Help maintain the bacterial balance with pau d’arco, uva ursi or unsweetened cranberry, which can be taken in tea or pill capsule form. Pau D’arco is a natural antibiotic, which prevents the migration of bacteria from colon to anus. Uva ursi and cranberry treat urinary tract infections, yeast infections, and vaginitis.

 

3) Relax, reduce anxiety, and bring blood flow.  Damiana treats anxiety, nervousness and constipation…common causes of loss of libido. Bring oxygen to genitals, which increases chance of orgasm.

 

4) Balance estrogen & testosterone.  Plant testosterone-containing herbs include saw palmetto, ginseng, fenugreek, and sarsaparilla. Plant estrogens include red clover, dandelion, angelica, don quai, licorice, black cohosh, evening primrose oil and alfalfa. Herbalists have conflicting beliefs about whether women who have had breast cancer or endometriosis should stay away from plant estrogens are not.

 

5) Water cleans out the bladder, intestines, and colon, helps prevent the migration of bacteria, cleans out toxins, prevents constipation, and a bladder full of water puts slight internal pressure on nerves which stimulate pelvic nerves which some find pleasureful. Perhaps a reason college students gravitate towards beer as an aphrodisiac, is the sheer volume it requires keeps their bladders full, putting pressure on certain nerves. Also, beer contains hops which has phytoestrogen.

 

6) Regular stimulation and movement of energy. Just like bathing, whether you have a partner or are making love with your partner, it is important to move energy through your genitals, up through your reproductive organs, spine, stomach, heart, throat, all the way through the top of your head.

 

7) Orgasm. Orgasm. Orgasm. According to Naomi Wolf, g-spot stimulation is the sacred spot mentioned in Tantric and Taoist texts. New research indicates that women tend to have deeper, more fulfilling orgasms and sense of well being with g-spot stimulation compared to clitoral stimulation. The Tantric practitioners she interviewed suggest that emotional release associated with this type of massage, is more deeply healing psychologically and somatically. They focus on the release of emotions and energy, rather than on the goal of orgasm. It’s not the destination but the journey. Many stored emotions are pint up within the cellular memory. If a woman has trauma associated with the expression of her sexuality as so many women do, her partner has to understand that she needs to release these old emotions to heal the memory trauma. G-spot massage helps women create new pleasure filled neuropathways, and make new positive associations. Expect first to release old patterns to open yourself up to blissful ecstatic joy.

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 09 September 2013 14:52

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