Revive your V with Inter-Vaginal Red Light Therapy
As a dedicated practitioner to the ancient practices and ways of the earth when it comes to my body and vaginal care, I am equally delighted and intrigued when science meets ancestral remembrance. You may recall my article on the healing benefits of Yoni Stunning, or opening your legs to the sunlight.
In the 1930s, before antibiotics, sunlight therapy (heliotherapy) was favored by the medical community, proven to be the most successful treatment for infectious diseases. The sun’s rays are deeply healing as this practice thaws out frozen aspects in your yoni, while you surrender to the penetration of the Light
Now, when sunlight is not always accessible, available or private, science has gifted us with the healing power of red light therapy. Which is essentially the healing power of the sunrise captured in a device.
What does this have to do with your vagina?
Well, after experimenting myself with straddling my red light panel and being SURE that it was greatly beneficial for my vaginal health and pelvic wellness, I found JoyLux, the worlds first inter-vaginal red light therapy wand.
I have spent the past 6 months (ecstatically) exploring these benefits as well as softly sharing with my in-house clients.
And the results are undeniable, which brings me here to you.
Let’s first cover some of the science:
At the core of your body’s power to heal itself are subcellular organelles called mitochondria. The mitochondria generates most of the chemical energy supply in your body via ATP (adenosine triphosphate). They are often referred to as the “powerhouse” of your cells.
Within the michtochondrial membranes are chemicals that act as light receptors. Red light energy is taken up by these receptors, increasing electron transfer across the michtochondrial membrane which results in increased charge, aka more available energy to your vagina.
More available energy means that your cells are regenerating and repairing faster. They become younger essentially. They remember how to self-lubricate, engorge and also repair after birth or surgery.