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Yoni Eggs FAQ’s

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Posted October 16, 2017 by Kimani in Fitness
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Yoni Eggs FAQ’s – Your Most Common Questions Answered

As more women become aware of their bodies and seek to treat them better, I receive more questions about particular topics.

A very popular item lately has been the Yoni Egg, Yoni Orbs as I call them. I hope this FAQ brings enlightenment and an increases your interest in caring for self. I’ve included affiliate links to help you find eggs as well.

 

What does the yoni egg do? 

yo·ni
ˈyōnē/

noun

HINDUISM
noun: yoni; plural noun: yonis
  1. the vulva, especially as a symbol of divine procreative energy conventionally represented by a circular stone.

The word yoni originates from “Sanskrit” and is often used in place of the word “vagina.” Although it officially is defined as the vulva, it’s an ethnically-tuned way to describe the sacred sexual space that many of us are proud to call our own.

How are yoni eggs different from kegel balls?

Yoni eggs are made from semiprecious stones/crystals that have special energetic properties attached to them. We use different stones to help manifest different moods/wants for ourselves.

Energy Muse has a great list of stones/crystals and energetic properties that can be of use while selecting a yoni egg.

 

How do you use yoni eggs? 

Yoni eggs come either drilled or undrilled. Undrilled eggs are typically for more advanced users, while drilled include a string (unwaxed is preferred) for easier removal. Once inserted, you can flex your muscles to help keep the egg inside, which strengthens the pelvic floor (vaginal muscles).

 

Do yoni eggs clean your vagina?

They do not remove dirt, but yoni eggs can help cleanse the vagina by stimulating secretions. Energy blockages may be released with continued use.

 

Now that you’ve learned the basics, you can click here to get first-hand insight of our Lead Writer Charlie’s experience with crystal eggs.

 

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Resources:

Energy Muse

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About the Author

Kimani

A NY transplant in Florida, Kimani has taken on the task of educating the world on sexual health and education. The Mount Vernon native has seen AIDS and HIV spread through her community like wildfire, and hopes to cease the transmission of these and other diseases one person at a time. If you know better, you're inclined to do better.

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