Yoni egg, jade egg , or love egg — are names for a beautiful semiprecious stone carved into an egg shape and polished to be worn inside the vagina. It is estimated that women have been practicing with stone eggs for over 5, years. Empresses and concubines of the Royal Palace of China used eggs carved out of jade to access sexual power, awaken sensuality and maintain amazing health into their old age. Up until recently, this ancient, secret practice was only available to members of the royal family, and to select Taoist practitioners.
Don't Put a Jade Egg in Your Vagina, Say Gynecologists - Health
THERE are countless products and instruments promising to treat and tackle a range of issues concerning vaginas. The eggs are intended to be inserted into the vagina, and claim to have a host of benefits. Various websites state the eggs have powers which range from helping with infertility to increasing natural lubrication. Some are completely smooth but others have a hole in which to attach a piece of string or other device, over fears the egg could get lost after insertion. There is no standard time limit for using the egg, and some women claimed they slept with theirs in. A number of health experts raised fears over the use of jade eggs, and questioned the health claims they made.
First, Gwyneth Paltrow raved about vagina steaming. Now, Goop has settled a lawsuit over the unscientific health claims made to sell those rocks. The jade eggs sold out. In an email to the Times , a Goop spokesperson said the company wanted to settle the suit "quickly and amicably.
If you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. You insert the rock into your vagina for anywhere from a few minutes to overnight — ideally, every day. The belief is that, once vaginally inserted, the body is able to harness the energy intrinsic to the stone.