Bloodstone Yoni Egg: The Warrior Stone to Balance Periods & Become Unstoppable

Naked woman with Bloodstone Yoni Egg
Rosie Rees
Written by Rosie Rees

Welcome to the Bloodstone Yoni Egg that will not only purify your blood flow and circulation but also give you courage amongst turmoil.

To help with: blood cleansing and revitalising friendships

The Bloodstone Yoni Egg is a stone which opens up doors for the user to receive intense healing and revitalize their friendships.

Healing Properties & Benefits of Using the Bloodstone Yoni Egg

The Egg’s Main Benefits Are…

  • To balance your energy during menstruation
  • It assists with excessive bleeding and cramping
  • It can help the grounding and moving of energies
  • To boost courage and friendships

Is It the Egg for You?

A stone for your inner-warrior.

The Bloodstone was historically worn by warriors going into battle, and it can bring a level of balance and peace to whoever is wearing it.

So, if it’s good enough for warriors, is it good enough for you? The real pull for women to the Bloodstone Yoni Egg is it’s overwhelming ability to help you during your menstruation times.

It is the main stone for women looking to level out their imbalanced periods and can help you to get hold of your emotions along with PMS or menopausal symptoms.

The Bloodstone Egg can help to stop excessive bleeding and cramping during your period.

Because of this, the egg is renowned for helping with serious issues such as anemia and also detoxifying your liver.

Bloodstone yoni egg (Indian jade egg)

To align with the obvious physical benefits, the Bloodstone Yoni Egg also allows you to harness energies in your womb that have not been addressed, which can help you to get more in touch with the intuitions of your Yoni.

By taking control of your energy fields, the Bloodstone Egg then builds on this positive movement by encouraging you to have patience with those around you and, in turn, can revitalise the friendships in your life.

How to Use Your Yoni Egg

Drilled or Un-drilled?

That’s the question.

A drilled Yoni Egg is an egg which has a hole in it to allow a string to be attached for easier removal whenever you want a break from your egg. A downside to drilling your egg is it does make it harder to clean it when it is removed because of the hole.

It’s up to you with what you are comfortable with, but whatever you choose just remember – it is impossible for your egg to get lost inside you! If your egg does get ‘stuck’, it’s important to remember to not panic.

Try squatting down in the shower, baring down, inserting a finger and gently pushing – you would be amazed at what your body can do to help you release the egg naturally. If all else fails, you can also try and scoop it out with a clean finger or go to the toilet for number 2.

How to Insert Your Egg Properly

Relax and breathe – it is important to feel fully relaxed before you insert your egg.

woman in bliss with Bloodstone yoni egg (Indian jade egg)

When you feel ready, take the larger end of the egg to the entrance of the vagina and make some circles around the opening of your vagina. Slowly, insert your egg until it’s inside you and then let your muscles take over and do the rest.

The best stance while you are inserting your egg? Simply lie down or squat – this opens up your vaginal canal and will let you insert your egg easily.

Exercising Your Yoni

One of the best parts of using a Yoni Egg is the fact that is doubles as an exercise buddy for your vagina!

Another amazing part? You only need to do it for about 15-20 minutes a day for it to help you.

The easiest set of yoni exercises to do is – holding the muscles of your pelvic floor and counting to five. Relax and count to five. And repeat.

happy woman using Rose quartz yoni egg


Another exercise you can do if you wear your egg religiously is to gently tug the string of your egg, and clamp up your muscles at the same time can create a tug of war for your yoni.

How to Clear & Cleanse Your Egg

Your Yoni Egg is super important to you and you should care for it in that way as well.

When you first get your egg, it is important to ‘cleanse’ it so it will become yours. The easiest way to do this is to pour warm water over the egg (not boiling hot!). You can also soak it in a hot bath of salt water, or some apple vinegar, for about 10 minutes to cleanse your egg. Once you’ve done this, wipe the egg clean with a cloth and, when you aren’t wearing it, keep it in a pouch to make sure it stays clean.

If you have a drilled egg, make sure to remove any water that gets caught in the drilled hole of the egg by blowing in the hole. It’s important to clean your egg in between uses (a mild soap is fine to do this) and if you are using an egg with string, it needs to be changed each time as well.

When Can’t I Use a Yoni Egg?

It is really important that you don’t use your Bloodstone Yoni Egg if you have an infection such as a urinary tract infection (UTI), thrush or during pregnancy.

You should also pause your Yoni Egg practice during your period to give your body the space it needs to menstruate naturally.

Choose the Bloodstone Yoni Egg If…..

The Bloodstone Yoni Egg is definitely the right egg for you if you are wanting to focus on the improvement of your physical bodies such as blood circulations and the health of your menstruation.

Bloodstone yoni egg (Indian jade egg)

On an emotional level, if you are looking to improve your courage and friendships, the Bloodstone Yoni Egg would be a great choice for your yoni journey.

Not Sure If This Is the Right Egg for You?
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About the author

Rosie Rees

Rosie Rees

Rosie Rees is a Relationship & Singles Coach, Nude Yoga Instructress and founder of her Yoni Pleasure Palace online store. Rosie believes in growth and transformation through vulnerability, courage and self acceptance and teaches this first hand through her empowering Women’s Nude Yoga and Couples Nude Yoga workshops. With training in Mysore Hatha Yoga and Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, Rosie shares the message of liberation, freedom and body love through ancient yogic technologies and body awareness techniques.
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