Herbal Tampons – How to Make a Herbal Tampon
Herbal tampons have been used for hundreds of years in Traditional Chinese Medicine for introducing herbs into the fallopian tubes, strengthening the reproductive system, and unblocking them to help women achieve pregnancy. They provide women with blocked tubes, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, or tubal infections an effective, drug and surgery-free way to clear the fallopian tubes.
Making one takes less than 10 minutes, and you don’t need special equipment to make one effectively. It’s essentially a mixture of herbs that you add boiling water to, and leave to brew, to activate the botanical ingredients.
When the color of the water changes, and the water has completely cooled, you strain the mixture, then put a regular tampon into the strained mixture. Leave it to soak for a minute or so, to help it absorb the active botanicals, then insert the soaked tampon. It’s as easy as that.
The one I recommend to the clients who visit my clinic are completely safe to use, as their ingredients are antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory. The ingredients are completely organic, gentle on the body, and the blend is based on hundreds of years of tradition. The “Fallopen Herbal Tampon Mix” contains:
Calendula – to speed up the healing of skin wounds, and reduce inflammation and swelling in the delicate mucus membranes. It also kills fungus, bacteria and viruses.
Goldenseal – to increase the supply of blood, nutrients and oxygen, boost the immune system, and relax the muscles of the fallopian tubes.
Garlic – to kill infections in the vagina uterus and fallopian tubes, destroy free radicals, strengthen the immune systems and fight infection. It can also help the body detox harmful substances, such as heavy metals.
Red Clover – to purify the blood, improve circulation, and get rid of excess fluid. It also breaks up the proteins that make scar tissue, and reduces inflammation.
Corydalis root – to stimulate the flow of blood to the uterus, detox the reproductive organs. It also reduces pain, and relaxes the tubes in order to relieve spasms.
Astralgus Root – to heal wounds and damaged tissues in the female reproductive tract. It also kills bacteria and viruses, and is rich in antioxidants, and removes excess fluids from hydrosalpinges.
Ligusticum – to reduce swelling in the pelvic organs, protect the tissues from DNA damage and aging, and contains plant substances that protect against tumors.
Dong Quai – to get rid of cramps and spasms, and allow blood lymphatic fluid to nourish the fallopian tubes. It also helps the immune system to remove waste materials from the tubes.