The Womb Oil is much like a Castor oil used for a detox pack. Although this oil boasts many benefits, at the minimum, applying the Womb oil offers a tremendous sense of warmth and nurturance to the sacral chakra. It is also known to promote lymphatic drainage, balance hormones, and support the downward flow of vata energy.
Heat the oil by placing the bottle in a bowl of hot water. In the meanwhile, cut enough plastic wrap to go around your belly and back region. Have old towels or paper towels to clean your hands.
The Womb oil is made from Castor oil and is thick. Carefully apply a somewhat liberal amount to the entire belly region - from two inches above the navel to the pubic region. Apply the wrap around your belly and wear old pants. Now place a hot water bottle on your belly and rest for an hour.
This is a great ritual to practice once a week. With this oil, you will also receive a Kicheri recipe card as well as a Moon Card that you can save for your moon cycle. You can do your written self-reflection on Day 1 and Day 4 of your cycle.
Kicheri is a perfect one-pot meal to prepare on the day of your Womb Oil pack or even during your moon cycle.
Do not use the Womb oil pack if you have any digestive disorders and other health conditions related to the colon, bowels or appendicitis. Do not use the Womb oil during your moon cycle or when you are pregnant or are in the conceiving process.
This Womb Oil is made of Unrefined Castor oil and infused with Shatavari, Bala, Sandalwood, Rose and Vetiver. This oil is not scented with essential oils.
Please test your skin for allergic reactions prior to application. If you develop a rash, discontinue use.
Note - This ritual is messy but worth it.
4 oz glass bottle
1 Moon Card
1 Kicheri Recipe Card
“As a oil knower and lover I can say that Aparnas oils are a Cuvée in the world of oils. When I gift myself the whole treat from eyes to ear to nose to body to womb and to feet,
I feel embraced and pampered in divine love.
I appreciate Aparna so much for her service of love.We are United in the Divine Mother.
Much love” ~ Mataji