Maybe it is not scientifically proven and maybe it seems impossible, but some people believe that with the help of some natural remedies the women’s virginity can be restored. The next seven natural ways are believed that can help with that:
- Curcuma Comosa. This is a flowering plant from the ginger family. It has brown color and a unique smell. Curcuma comosa has a very strong natural vagina tightening effects. You can take it internally, in a form of a capsule or apply it as a pate.
- Gooseberries are delicious shrubs but also full with vitamin C, which helps with the natural tightening of your vagina. Boil some gooseberries in a pan and store the liquid in the fridge. Take the same liquid before bathing and wash your vagina with it.
- Oak Gall is another powerful remedy that helps. Make a paste from it and put the paste on your vagina walls.
- Pueraria Mirfica is a plant usually found in north eastern Thailand and Myanmar that has been used in medicinal purposes for many years, as a female hormone supplement. It is known for its ability to enlarge breasts and the ability to tighten the female intimate parts.
- Black Cohosh. To use black cohosh for this purpose dry some of it in the sun and rinse your genitals with it.
- Aloe Vera. This very famous plant contains minerals, important to the growth process and healthy function of all body’s systems. If you want to use it to tighten and rejuvenate your intimate parts, remove the gel from the aloe vera leaf and apply it to your vagina.
- Witch Hazel. Grind this plant and make a powder out of it. Wash your intimate parts with the powder to tighten them.
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