Lingham Herbal Bath/Soak/Steam & Libido Booster
Lingham Herbal Bath/ Soak /Steam & Libido Booster
Important for men whose female partner may have a female malady such as a yeast infection, cystitis, Gardnerella, Trichomanas, venereal warts or Urethitis. These bacteria can be passed back and forth between partners not allowing one to fully heal. These washes allow the bacteria to be controlled and killed through the penis. The penis will store the bacteria in the urethra and will re-release it in the female during intercourse.
This is a topical as well as a Steam application, Lingham is sumberged in prepared infusion and or Steamed over a pHallus/Yoni Fumigation Throne (available to purchase on here also).
Soaking/Bathing can be done by way of large bowl(glass, ceramic or stainless steel) or sitz bath ( in the bath not plastic). To Steam, Lingham should be covered as direct heat can be too much do to the sensitivity of the skin. He then sits on the Throne and allows the vapors to permeate….
Ingredients : Yarrow, Chapparal, Slippery Elm, Lavender, Sage, Lemon Balm, Damiana, Horny Goat Weed, Fenugreek, Gingko Biloba, Siberian Ginseng, Gotu Kola, Rosemary
*Stronger soak for when female partner is diagnosed with a bacterium.
** This soak may aid in helping to rid the body however if a virus is contracted it will always be present in your system. This soak may help to reduce outbreaks but will not kill the virus as a whole. The wash may rid the urinary tract of fungus and bacteria that may be passed between partners.
Directions for preparing Herbs:
Bring a 1-2 tablespoons of herbs to a soft boil in a pot for 5 minutes and then allow to steep for 15 minutes ensuring to keep covered to prevent volatile oils vapors and enzymes from evaporating from infusion.Transfer preparation in a vase or bowl wide enough to soak the lingham and testicles with infusion .
Let Lingham and testicles soak for about 5-10 minutes 2-3 times a week.
The tea should be as warm as possible. Can be used in a sitz bath, filling a small basin or plastic tub with the warm herb tea and sitting in it.
***Blend should not be taken by those with an allergy to salicylic acid.
What to expect:
You can expect discharges from your Lingham after treatment.This is a normal cleansing reaction. If you have any unusual discharge, odour or response to this treatment, inform your practitioner.
The use of essential oils can be added (Tea tree, Lavender and Bergamot) IF you decide to use as a lingham steam – allowing the vapors to arise with the heated water, but without the lingham touching the water. MAKE SURE YOU DISPERSE THE OILS WELL. If any irritation develops, discontinue.