Thank God Canadian Gynecologist Jen Gunter exists Without the author of The Vagina Bible: The Vulva and the Vagina: Separation of the Myth of Medicine Who else is out there to tell women to keep certain objects out of their vagina? (Certainly not Gwyneth Paltrow, whose Goop site urges vaginal jade eggs to "do everything from hormone leveling to bladder control") and was subsequently fined by the Orange County District Attorney Vox ,
Every now and then a new vaginal trend will skyrocket, and Gunter has to weigh up. Some years ago, God was a prefabricated wasp nests. This week, Gunter had to fight back the use of garlic in your vagina to cure fungal infections. She adds, "I DO NOT NEED TO PUSH THAT YOU ARE 2019, BUT WE ARE." Allicin does antifungal properties, which Gunter recognizes. However, the allicin is only released when the clove is chopped or crushed. What you definitely do not want to use is because you're afraid you might lose a flawed piece of garlic in your vagina now. Gunter also points out that "garlic could have bacteria from the soil", also a bad thing, especially if you are fighting a fungal infection.
As Gunter pointed out in his article of 2018 for . The New York Times, "There are things here that should not be sheathed," "It's possible that remedies like yogurt, garlic, etc. were tried centuries ago as medicine, spermicide, or sexual usage -" old "sexual remedies have been retired for a reason. "
We here at The Takeout are a long way from medical professionals, so we're pushing the opinions of doctors like Gunter, so listen to her (and follow her on Twitter ] it's great): Keep garlic away from your vagina Words to Rule Where's my bumper sticker?