Homemade (Healthy) Menstrual Pads

Homemade (Healthy) Menstrual Pads

I know, you were taught to undermine the value of things that are important. In that world, only offenders that trigger an immediate reaction are seen as dangerous. Otherwise, they are perceived as not a big deal. The little things add up over time. They may not seem like much today, but one day they will.

These are the same little things our ancestors used to invest their interest in understanding. And you know what…? They didn’t have as much as even a quarter of the medical issues we have today.

The vagina is the gateway to a very sacred part of the human body, the womb. Statistics show that over 80% of Indigenous women have uterine fibroids by the age of 50. If you should ask these same women, what they think is the cause… they won’t have an answer.

Why? Because the answer is in the little things, the practices that went unnoticed. One of those little things is the store-bought menstrual pads that almost everyone uses. It is a known fact that these pads trigger allergic reactions in some people and disease-like symptoms; for example, burning sensations when urinating.

Regardless of the type of symptoms, anything that generates an adverse reaction in this area eventual will also affect the womb. We just can’t have that, that isn’t something anyone should be gambling with. The answer to this entire potential problem is simple, make your own, at least you would know precisely what the ingredients are.

To make your own menstrual pads, firstly, you need to purchase one of these, Dandelion Diapers Liners, some cotton balls and gauze. Hold on, let’s not overlook the fact that these items are made from natural ingredients, dandelion, bamboo, and cotton.

Unroll the cotton balls (use about 5-8 for each pad, depending on menstrual flow)

If not already cut, cut gauze to almost the size of the dandelion diaper liner, place cotton in the center of gauze sheet.

Wrap cotton strips in gauze

Wrap gauze into 1 sheet of Dandelion diaper liner

That’s basically it, as simple as that. If you have a sewing machine, you can sew the edges, but that’s not necessary. An hour devoted to doing this can provide you with enough supply that will last for months.

Make them and put them aside for whenever you need them. Though it may not be necessary, you can also place a heavy object on top of your stock of homemade menstrual pad to flatten them a little.

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