STEAMING IS NOT PERMITTED FOR THOSE WHO EXPERIENCING THE FOLLOWING:
- While spotting fresh blood
- Extremely hot weather
- If you are currently experiencing a burning itch (Click here to see herbal soak)
- When prone to two periods per month or continual heavy bleeding between periods
- After Insemination (or IUI/IVF transfer) when trying to conceive. Steaming is a cleanse, so we don't want to cleanse out the sperm. You may steam again after menstruation until the next insemination.
What you'll need:
1. Camel Glo Herbs
2. A pot with a lid
3. A stove or burner
Optional: A steam sauna
Don't have a steam sauna? You can buy one HERE or see directions on how to steam without one HERE
Use the kitchen stove or setup an electric burner (sold separately) outside of the sauna.
Place the herb pot on top of the burner.
Fill up with 4-8 cups of water. Bring water to a boil.
Once the water is boiling, turn off the stove or set it on low. Add 1 serving of Camel Glo herbs into the water. Herbs can be poured straight into the pot or by the use of a tea ball or muslin bag.
Put the herb pot lid on. Let the herbs steep for 10 minutes
After 10 minutes the herbs will be ready.
If you would like to get double use out of the herb packet, carefully remove it with a large spoon and store it in the fridge for next day use.
Carefully move the pot into the steam sauna or to whatever you may be using as a set up
Place pot in the middle of the sauna.
Close the top of the sauna.
Remove the pot lid.
Test the steam with your hand. If it feels too hot wait for a minute.
Your session is ready to go.
Remove bottoms and have a seat.
Source: Garza, K. (n.d.). Steamy Chick: Vaginal Steam Certification, Courses, Herbs, Saunas. Retrieved from https://www.steamychick.com/