How to treat Dysmenorrhea with Vaginal Steaming

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Tue, 08/07/2018

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In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is believed that cold and stagnation in the pelvic area negatively affects a woman’s health and may result in gynecological conditions such as menstrual pain, fibroids, endometriosis, and unexplained infertility. Vaginal steaming is used to clear cold and stagnation from the body, thus increasing circulation and oxygen, opening up blood vessels, and relaxing pelvic floor muscles. Additional benefits are dependent on the type of Chinese herbs used during the steaming process.

In this course, Kris Gonzalez shares health secrets from her Korean family and clinical experience as a TCM acupuncture practitioner on how vaginal steaming exponentially benefits women’s reproductive health. Specifically, Kris shares the relationship between fumigation therapy and Chinese Medicine, indications and benefits, what Chinese herbs to use for dysmenorrhea.

Upon completion of this course, practitioners will:

  • Learn the relationship between fumigation therapy and Chinese Medicine
  • Learn indications and benefits of vaginal steaming
  • Learn Chinese herbs to use for dysmenorrhea

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