Asian Women’s Secrets of a Tight Vagina and High Fertility Rates

Women in Asia have been reaping the rich benefits of natural medicine for thousands of years but now in the age of the internet and globalization, people in the west have also been gaining interest in the use of herbs for improving their health. In this article we are going to find out the herbs that Asian women have been using for effectively tightening their vagina and improve their overall reproductive health.

Popular Herbs

Curcuma comosa, pueraria mirifica, aloe and witch hazel are some of the most common herbs used by Asian women to tighten their vagina. These herbs usually work by tightening and firming muscles as they help increase blood flow to the affected area. Witch hazel has also been found to be very effective in shrinking hemorrhoids.

Products That Are Popular and Effective

There are many herbal vaginal tightening products being sold in the market but there are only a few of them which are effective like virgin cream or instant virgin spray.

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Is Poor Thyroid Function Impacting Your Fertility?

If you have been unsuccessfully trying to get pregnant for more than 6 months, before you embark on invasive medical procedures and spend thousands of dollars for assisted reproductive technology, ensure that your thyroid is functioning at its optimum.

Many women don’t realize that good thyroid function is necessary for fertility, the ability to conceive and to maintain a pregnancy. An under (or over) functioning thyroid can prevent you from achieving that much desired pregnancy. While there are many and varied reasons for infertility, suboptimal thyroid function may be that “missing link” especially for those with no specific reproductive problems.

A full thyroid evaluation is essential, and should be done as soon as possible for any woman who wants to get pregnant, especially if she –

  • Has been trying unsuccessfully to get pregnant for more than 6 months
  • Has had two or more miscarriages
  • Has an irregular me
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The Most Effective Estrogen Dominance Treatment

If you are one of the many women suffering from severe perimenopause symptoms including (but not limited to):

· Extreme PMS

· Insomnia

· Fatigue

· Ovarian Cysts

· Uterine Fibroids

· Mood Swings

· Rage

· Infertility

· Weight Gain

· Low Libido

Then you likely suffer from estrogen dominance, a condition where you have an abundance of estrogen and not enough progesterone.

Keep in mind, this is only a fraction of possible symptoms due to estrogen dominance. The full list is quite extensive…

Truth is, due to the abundance of synthetic hormones in our environment, all of us suffer from estrogen dominance on some level. Men and children not excluded…

So what do we do about it? What is the most effective estrogen dominance treatment?

As much as I would like to tell you that there is a simple remedy, one pill you could take to balance your hormones, it just isn’

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How Does Exercise Effect Insulin Resistance?

In other words your signals are broken. Your body doesn’t receive the message to let sugar in so your body releases more and more insulin because the blood glucose remains high. So what does this all mean when it comes to training?

It is easier than you think to create big issues with your hormones by doing the wrong types of exercises. As women, trying to lose weight we seem to opt for the long bouts of cardio. Trust me, I get it. For years I listened to the “experts” on the internet and people who didn’t understand hormonal disorders. I performed workouts that included light to medium weights, full body workouts with no rest periods, instead I jumped around doing plyometrics to “burn fat”. I did high intensity metabolic workouts on the days in between, I went low, low carb and higher fat. All I got was inflamed, tired, angry, and no weight loss.

You can absolutely overdo it with the long cardio sessions like running, which can trig

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The Rising Cases of PCOS – How and Why

The increasing rate of infertility in women has alarmed the scientists all over the world. The leading cause of this emerging problem is a serious endocrine disorder called polycystic ovarian syndrome or PCOS. While PCOS is not a new disorder, the rise in its frequency is definitely a problem. Twenty years ago, PCOS was not so common but today every 1 in 15 women are affected by it. Characterized by irregularities in menstrual cycle, hair loss, acne, and hirsutism, the condition is now inflicting women of all ages especially the teenagers hitting puberty.

How and Why?
Various lifestyle and dietary changes, along with environmental factors are responsible for this tremendous increment. Here are some of the situations discussed in detail:

1. Insulin Resistance
Insulin resistance is a persistent problem of modern age. Consumption of concentrated fructose in huge amounts along with chain smoking, trans fats, obesity, environmental pollutants, and ever increasin

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Diabetes and Recurring Candida

Yeast infections are a common infection and most women will experience at least one yeast infection during the course of their lives. Unfortunately, women with diabetes are especially susceptible to an unhealthy increase in Candida, or yeast cells. In a normal, healthy woman, Candida living in the vagina is kept in constant balance and control by the acidic nature of the inside of the vagina. Women with diabetes have vaginal secretions that tend to have more glucose in them due to their generally higher levels of glucose in the blood. The normal Candida cells are able to nourish themselves on the extra glucose, which leads to their growth and multiplication, eventually causing them to overrun the vaginal area.

The problems women with diabetes experience with Candida are exacerbated by the fact that their high levels of glucose also interfere with the immune functions that help prevent yeast infections. In other words, when the Candida begin to multiply, a diabetic woman is le

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Did You know Women Can Be Fertile Twice a Month?

It’s true… and it’s all because of the moon.

Most women watch their menstrual cycles and are taught that their prime time to fall pregnant is during mid cycle or biological ovulation.

What they might not know is that the moon can trigger ovulation and bring on fertility at any time during the menstrual cycle including before, after or even during your menstrual period. It all depends on what phase the moon was in when you were born.

The moon has been linked to female fertility for thousands of years. In fact, the ebb and flow of the moon is responsible for the spawning, mating and birthing behaviour of many creatures on our earth. So really, why should we humans be any different?

Intuitively, women have always understood that the moon, their menstrual cycles and fertility are intimately connected. In folklore and ancient traditions the connections between the three are taken as fact.

Consider the following:

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7 Effective Remedies for Leg Cramps During Pregnancy

Leg cramps are quite common during pregnancy. Most women experience it in the third trimester. Reports reveal that nearly half of all pregnant women suffer from muscle spasms especially in their legs. These women have also reported that cramping becomes more frequent during the evening.

One of the major causes is excess weight gained by women during this period. The legs carry all of this weight and this overburden cause spasms/cramps. Additionally, changes in body circulation also cause this issue. Other common reasons include pressure from the growing baby that gets placed on the nerves and blood vessels traveling to legs. The growing uterus also adds to the pressure on veins in the leg. Pregnancy hormones and nutrition deficiency are some other reasons.

Luckily, there are a few things that you can do to get relief from leg cramps. Here are 7 effective remedies for leg cramps during pregnancy:

1. Warm water bath

Go for a warm water bath

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The Sad Story of the Hysterical Uterus

There has not been a scientifically definitive physiology of female anatomy until quite recently but strange images from its ambiguous history still haunt the common imagination and impact on women’s self image. None is stranger than the female womb.

An anatomical “reality” that persisted in Western medical lore since ancient Greece was that the female uterus becomes displeased and displaced, and wanders through the body, negatively influencing the brain (I kid you not!). “Hysteria” is derived from the Greek word for uterus.

In a fit of fury the female uterus went travelling through the body, causing all manner of emotional disturbances – hence hysteria, hysterical – and hysterectomy.

The mental condition of hysteria afflicted legions of women of all ages throughout the patriarchal centuries, and was considered the most common disease after fever. In menopause, specifically, “the belief was that the failure to mens

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Men to the Rescue – How to Save Women From Breast Pain, Cysts, and Cancer

You know how excited men are about women’s breasts. Actually, men are obsessed.

This, of course, makes women obsessed, too. And it causes them to do very strange things to their breasts.

Women pierce them, stuff them, tattoo, push up, and constrict them, compress them, clamp them with underwires, wrap them, suck them out to make them smaller, toxify them with chemicals leaching out of their bras, routinely X-ray them with mammograms to look for tumors, and sometimes agree to surgically remove them to prevent breast cancer.

Women treat their breasts as fashion accessories. Many women even refuse to use their breasts to nurse their babies since this, they fear, will mar their breasts’ visual appeal.

Of course, from a biological perspective, breasts are for nursing babies. They also play a part in sexuality. However, as with all things, when people get obsessed, they go over the edge and start doing extreme things. The result is often disease.

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