The womb is our connection to the very essence of what makes us women.
This space within a woman’s body is the “house” of our Sacred Seat.
The Sanskrit name for a woman's womb is known as 'Yoni'.
This is all encompassing of the reproductive system: physically, emotionally and spiritually.
Every woman has an energetic connection to healing and nourishment through her womb, regardless if her organs are present or not.
One of the tools that we offer under our Womb Wellness Services is a 'Womb Detox Pack'. This is a combination of castor oil and bentonite clay applied over the lower abdominal area and over the liver (located under the right rib-cage). After the pack is applied, it is covered with infrared heat.
We focus both on the liver and lower abdominal area to support the whole endocrine system. The Thyroid produces T4, and sends T4 to the liver to be converted to T3. When the liver is congested, it cannot process the T4 and then thyroid imbalances can occur.
The liver loves love and attention. It is one of the most forgiving organs in the body. It takes on a big role of filtering and detoxifying everything that the body is exposed to through food, water, personal care products and environmental exposures.
The body produces excess hormones during the different times of the month when a woman is cycling and the liver needs support to keep the filtration system flowing.
Some of the benefits that can be gained from using womb detox packs include:
- Supports an increase in circulation and lymphatic drainage
- Supports removal of impurities and heavy metals
- Supports pain relief
- Cleanses and purifies the skin
- Reduce symptoms of PMS
- Soothes and eases congestion in the liver and lower belly
- Supports ovarian health
- Supports fallopian tube health
- Supports uterine health
- Deepens the connection to the body: physically, emotionally and energtically
- Healing to the body after cesarean births (as castor oil can help disipate scar tissue)
***Belly Wraps are not intended to treat or cure medical conditions. Please seek the advice of a medical practitioner.