This women-focused blend called vaginal tightening honors the healing traditions of Indonesia and Malaysia. Herbs from ancient Southeast Asia combine for the ultimate yoni-toning tonic, each being carefully selected for longstanding use among herbalists for improving female health.
Vaginal tightening formula botanicals have widely known properties for toning, tightening, and restoring the elasticity of vaginal or uterine tissues. But that’s not all. They also boost other aspects of female health: vaginal pH, postpartum care, balancing hormones, supporting a better libido, increasing pleasure, and more.
Better yet, they’ve been used as reliable natural remedies for thousands of years— long before modern-day conventional medicine.
Manjakani (Oak Gall) | Quercus infectoria
Oak galls are considered potent healers in many herbalist traditions all over the earth. In Malaysia, oak galls are called manjakani when used as medicine. They’re harvested specifically from the Aleppo oak tree.
These galls (also called “oak apples”) are incredibly rich in astringent tannins. When applied to the skin or smooth muscle tissue, they have a “tightening” effect, beneficial for hemorrhoids, wounds, and skincare. This has also won manjakani a prized place in female herbal medicine.
Much like white oak bark or raspberry leaf in Western herbalism, manjakani was drunk by women following childbirth. Not only did it help expel remaining afterbirth, reduce bleeding, and protect against infection, but it was also used to restore and contract the tightness, tone, and elasticity of uterine or vaginal tissues.
Today, many women take manjakani for toning and tightening the vagina, but not necessarily only after giving birth. They may also use it to support vaginal health, which in turn may increase sexual pleasure and libido.
This study shows that manjakani could indeed help restore vaginal elasticity. Researchers also remark that the herb is reportedly very safe, with no known interactions or side effects.
Manjakani may also help promote vaginal relaxation and lubrication during sex for women, too. Other studies support that it brings the extra benefit of promoting healthier vaginal pH and reducing vaginal infection risks.
Kayu Rapat | Parameria laevigata
Kayu rapat (also called ki rapat) is another important Malaysian herbal remedy. It, too, has been used especially in female medicine, and in much the same way as manjakani has been used, including for vaginal toning and tightening.
Like manjakani, its original traditional purpose was primarily for postpartum uterine care. It helped heal hemorrhoids, anal-, or rectal-tearing too (whether related to childbirth or not) in addition to healing vaginal elasticity. Studies and historical texts support this use of Kayu rapat—plus, its astringent qualities have been used for vaginal tightening among women and to increase sexual pleasure.
Kayu rapat (and botanicals like it) is probably best known as a popular ingredient in jamu recipes, a native drink to Indonesia. Jamu drinks have all sorts of healing and medicinal purposes, while some recipes focus on female health and vaginal tightening specifically. In these concoctions, Kayu rapat is a frequently chosen ingredient.
Kacip Fatimah | Labisia pumila
This herbal healer also hails from Malaysia. Kacip Fatimah is a beautiful tropical flowering plant with similar benefits for female health as these other formula botanicals. And yes, revitalizing vaginal elasticity tops the list.
Another postpartum care herb, kacip Fatimah, was traditionally used to aid with delivery and expel afterbirth. Because it was used to help restore and re-tonify soft tissue of the uterus and vagina, women would also take it for vaginal tightening effects and to boost sexual pleasure.
Research shows it contains phytoestrogens, which can also be very beneficial to female hormone levels and sexual pleasure.
Some have claimed that kacip Fatimah increases energy levels. It may also be a great support to the digestive system: helping with bowel regularity and reducing issues like diarrhea, dysentery, and more. It is also reportedly rich in antioxidants.
Vaginal Tightening Exercises
Certain exercises come highly recommended for the greatest success with this herbal formula.
Pelvic floor exercises are especially known to help rejuvenate vaginal elasticity. Since vaginal muscles are connected to other muscle groups, these can also help strengthen the uterus, small intestine, bladder, rectal muscles, and all the functions of these organs and muscles, too.
That’s right: not only might you increase sexual pleasure and libido, but digestive and kidney health, too!
Here’s an easy set of pelvic floor exercises:
Locate your pelvic floor (vaginal) muscles. If you’re having trouble, imagine that you are trying to stop yourself from peeing. Those same muscles are your pelvic floor muscles.
- Tighten and hold those muscles for about 5 seconds. Then, contract and release them another 5 seconds.
- Repeat at least 5 times in a row.
- If you’re feeling up to it, increase the holding/contracting time to 10 seconds. Keep increasing your “workout” by 5-second increments each time to continue building up strength!
Vaginal weight-lifting (yes, you heard it right) may sound really challenging, but it’s actually not as difficult as it seems. It’s no more challenging than the above pelvic floor exercises.
This involves standing and inserting a weight (sometimes called a “vaginal cone”) into the vagina and holding it with your pelvic floor muscles for as long as you can. The weight is no larger than the average tampon.
Some weights you purchase can have the weight-adjusted. That way, every time you exercise, you can add more weight and increase the resistance, so your vaginal muscles tighten and strengthen the more you exercise.
Using the Bridge Pose while doing yoga. Also called Setu Bandhasana, this pose involves laying flat on your back, planting your feet firmly on the floor, and arching your hips and lower back into the air with your shoulders/upper back still flat on the ground.
During this stretch, you extend your arms out flat on the ground under your body. You can either lace your fingers together or keep your hands placed flat on the ground, palms down.
Even people who are dedicated yoga practitioners might not realize that this is an excellent yoni exercise. It naturally stretches the crescent-shaped pelvic floor muscle leading between your spine and your lower abdomen. This muscle is responsible for helping you tighten and loosen your vagina at will.
And like any other muscle, it can be exercised! And you may experience more benefits with help from our vaginal tightening herbal formula.
Clogged blood vessels
After birth pains
Regain body strength
Origin: Formulated in the USA – Herbs from Indonesia
Ingredients: Wild harvested Quercus infectoria, Parameria laevigata, and Labisia pumila
Forms: 60 vegetable capsules (550-600 mg).
How to use:
Capsules: Take 1 capsule 3 times a day with water or favorite beverage.
The gel caps we use are Vegicaps (vegetable) and are all-natural. No Animal By-Products, Starch Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Preservative Free, Ethylene Oxide, and Sulfite FREE!
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