From the closets to the kitchen, it’s time for a little spring cleaning!! In addition to clearing all of the clutter and packing away those bulky winter coats and sweaters, every woman (regardless of age), should use the season for fresh flowers as an opportunity to make sure everything is ready for Spring; including her most sensitive part.

So whether you’re interested in a little homemade rejuvenation after childbirth, a die-hard holistic junkie or a gentle pick-me-up before you hit the gym for that summer body, here are five home remedies that are probably sitting in your kitchen cupboard.

Red-Raspberry Leaf and Chamomile Tea

If you or someone you know suffers from vaginal dryness, fatigue or blood sugar complications after childbirth, the fiber, zinc, potassium, calcium and many other minerals found in this particular tea will help restore your body’s natural balance, which includes your vaginal health. Red-Raspberry, happens to be a member of the green-tea family so if you’re a fan of herbal teas, whether iced or hot be sure to add this to your collection.

Ginger -Root

Believe it or not, every woman will experience a vaginal yeast infection at least once in her lifetime. In fact, a small percentage of women may experience a yeast infection on her actual skin. While the average woman assumes that a yeast infection is the result of a poor diet or sexual intercourse, you may actually contract this infection from simply taking antibiotics to cure your allergies or another illness. In other words, it’s a lot easier than you think. In addition to keeping a delicate balance between the healthy bacteria in your body, ginger is one of the few organic roots that you can drink in it’s raw form. You can literally purchase the root and boil it. After boiling it, you can strain it once or twice and drink it slowly.

Baking soda and Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar is the powerhouse of home remedies. It’s basically a reset button for your entire body. The combination of protein, healthy bacteria and vinegar can regulate your PH balance, which directly affects your ability to sweat and absorb vitamins and nutrients properly from head to toe and everything in between.

As for baking soda (also known as Sodium Bicarbonate), the combination of chloride and sodium commonly used for baking, can regulate anything from an upset stomach {which affects your vaginal scent} to heartburn. When it comes to your “spring cleaning”, you can add a tablespoon of ACV or Baking Soda to a glass of water, three tablespoons to a douche-bag or two cups to your bath water.

Written by: Latoya Hoyte


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