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 Once the colon and inner system is cleared and flowing regularly, you can begin your womb renewal process. Below are a few ancient methods and formulas that focus on the deep detoxification and nourishment of your precious womb space… gently, gradually, yet effectively.

Glossary of Herbs

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There are currently 3 Herbs in this directory beginning with the letter F.
Fennel Seed
Foeniculum vulgare

  • Supports breast milk production

  • Rich in nutrients and volatile oils that cleanse and nourish the digestive, endocrine (hormones), reproductive, and respiratory systems

  • Very widely used in many traditions for many ailments - antimicrobial, helps dissolve tumors, eases cramps, anti-inflammatory, helps memory, protects DNA

Trigonella foenum-graecum

  • Used in ancient Kemet for childbirth and many gynecologycal issues, including infections and inflammations of the uterus, vagina and vulva

  • Soothes stomach

  • Increase milk production

  • Balances blood sugar

  • Womb detox

Flax Seeds
Linum usitatissimum

  • Very high in essential fatty acids for heart, brain, nerves and all soft tissue

  • Great for chronic inflammation

  • Coats and soothes entire alimentary canal

  • Prevents bacterial from lodging onto urinary tract

  • Soothes and coats kidney preventing infection and heat

  • Excellent fiber to clear constipation as it does not need lots of extra water (like psyllium does), nor does it cause cramping or diarrhea

  • Found to be cancer preventive - prevents harmful action of estradiol (a culprit of many cancers)

Resources: Bartram’s Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine

IMPORTANT:  Immediately discontinue use of any of these treatments if you feel ANY discomfort.  These treatments are meant to feel luxurious, relaxing and life-giving.  Do not use if you are pregnant, have an IUD or other implant, or are menstruating.  Remove all piercings.  Please consult with your health care professional if you have any concerns.

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