Fire Flame Bush
Also known as 'Woodfordia fruiticosa', is used for its astringent and stimulant properties. It helps contract the walls of the vagina. It increases blood flow thanks to its alkaloids that provide relaxant and anti-spasmodic effects on the uterine lining and blood vascular muscles.
Also known as "Sweet Flag", "Rat Root" or "Calamus" has a very long history of medicinal use in Chinese and Indian herbal traditions. The plant is mainly used in cases of abdominal pain and helps ease painful menstruation periods.
Sesame has been used for centuries in Chinese and Indian traditional medicine. It is used to increase lubrication and relieve symptoms associated with vaginal dryness. It relieves abdominal cramps and stomach pain associated with premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
Also known as "Dridhranga", "Sphatika" or "Argilla Vitriolutum" is a strong astringent that tightens the vaginal walls. It is used for its blood coagulant and soothing properties. It helps to prevent vaginal infections thanks to its antibacterial properties. Alum is one of the best ingredients you can find in a vagina tightening product.
(Emblica officinalis & Terminalia chebula & Terminalia belerica)
It is made by mixing the extracts of three highly effective and beneficial herbs: Chebulic Myrobalan, Belleric Myrobalan and Indian Gooseberry. Triphala, basically originated in India and is a complete body and blood cleanser. It is best known for its astringent and antispasmodic properties. Triphala is extremely beneficial in the treatment of dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, irregular menses, leucorrhea, vaginal dryness and excess bleeding. It removes dead cells and rejuvenates the skin cells.
It is believed to contain elements which are styptic, antifungal, antibacterial, revitalising and cleansing. From the olden times, pomegranate was believed not just to be a fruit of passion and love but a powerful aphrodisiac also.
Its juice has plenty of vitamins and works as a softener because of its proteolytic enzymes constituent. Root bark and fruit rind present an astringing impact and in addition, are believed to contain styptic, antifungal, antibacterial, revitalising and cleansing elements.
Punica seeds have an oil that consists of not just estrone which is one among three sexual hormones for women, apart from steroidal oestrogen in very high concentration present in any species which is botanical, but a complete variety of phytoestrogens that are non-steroidal (estrogens extracted from plants) such as cumestrol, comesten and genistein, daidzein and isoflavones.