Tai-Chi Vaginal Massaging For Odor & Discharges

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Tai-Chi Vaginal Massaging is a technique described in the Suu-Nu-Ching (the first Mystic Chinese Sex Bible from 3500 years ago) and was developed for women with various vaginal abrasions, abnormal discharge, odor, and orgasm dysfunctions. The only prerequisite was that the male counterpart needed to have a firm erection to perform this technique successfully. A vibrator is not an ideal or recommended substitute, but it may be utilized with caution.
  1. Ensure you are both relaxed
  2. Press the erect penis against the clitoris and slowly massage the area with it until the vaginal orifice is lubricated
  3. Slip the penis slowly into the vagina until the G-spot is reached (or about 3 inches inward).
  4. Use his erect gland to slowly massage the G-spot 20-30 times
  5. Penetrate more deeply (about another 4 inches inward) and keep the pubis pushed against each other
  6. Perform clockwise screwing motion allowing the penis to massage her Epicenter (Anterior Fornix Erogenous Zone). No thrusting, jabbing, or pumping!
  7. ‘French’ kiss each other erotically (using lips and tongue)

Continue for about 20 minutes without ejaculation or disruption. Do it slowly, about 5-10 cycles per minute with deep breathing, for 10 minutes. Make sure you and your loved one are in a constant relaxed mode: no racing heart or sped up blood pressure that might disrupt the bioenergy flow to the vaginal area.

The following benefits emerge after doing it for few weeks / 3 times per week:
  • Stimulate natural vaginal rejuvenation and self-flushing
  • Balance various sex hormones
  • Vaginal Odor and abnormal discharges reduce or disappear
  • Vaginal spasms relieved
  • Greater elasticity of the vaginal tissues develops/recovery from vaginal looseness
During the joyful erotic interactions of the penis and the vagina plus the passionate kissing, a stream of bioenergy flow is released continuously between the couple (Yin & Yang interconnected and interdependent contrary forces). This technique allows the bioelectric circuit between the couple to connect, creating coupling effects that promote the natural flow of bioenergy for better healing.
If you or your partner’s bioenergy is weak, take an herbal blend of Cnidium Monnieri, Cullen Corylifolium, Cuscuta Chinensis, Dodder Seed, Epimedium Grandiflorum, Muira Puama, Polygonum Multiflorum, and Mucuna Pruiens to rejuvenate your body within. This herbal blend is known to facilitate the bioenergy flow in female reproductive organs and interconnect with the Heart, Kidney, and Liver Vessels of the acupuncture network. The herbs are especially effective when accentuated by the Tai Chi Vaginal Massaging technique, so you can take full advantage of the natural self-healing process.



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madelyn wong posted on Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:11
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I have been using the position that is described in this solution and it is really amazing. You ladies need to try it because it is so relaxing and soothing. You feel like a crazy flexible girl with it. I highly suggest it for anyone that wants to be able to experience an amazing orgasm.
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masonlover posted on Fri, 01/11/2013 - 11:22
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This is a really relaxing position. I really like it because we are both able to relax and have some really sensual sex. It is pretty great. I like it.
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