Women putting Wasps Nests in their Vaginas, a Better Alternative to Tighten and Tone
It seems some women are using Oak Galls in their vagina to tighten and tone their inner walls. Oak Galls are a large, round, vaguely apple-like gall commonly found on many species of oak. Oak apples range in size from 2 to 4 centimeters and are caused by chemicals injected by the larva of certain kinds of gall wasps. The adult female wasp lays single eggs in developing leaf buds. The wasp larvae feed on the gall tissue resulting from their secretions and the Oak Gall is formed.
So, why would women put Oak Galls in their vaginas?
Women are using the Oak Galls to tone and tighten their vaginas. The problem is, since the Oak Galls come from nature they also come with other bacteria and other organisms they may not want inside their sacred space.
Don't get me wrong, I love nature and love Oak Galls, just not for my vagina. Oak Galls have a deep rooted history in witch craft for spells and rituals and were used to make ink for pens dating back to the Roman Empire.
If your looking to tone your vagina, we suggest you use a jade egg or a yoni egg. Not only can you give your lady parts a workout, but you connect to crystal energy which opens your chakras and cultivates your very own sexual energy.