Menstruation: Know About So Called Ancient Time Stigma

Since ancient times till now women are treated badly for some natural phenomenon that they face throughout life. One of those is a menstrual cycle. Well! During menses, women use sanitary pads and tampons and endless solutions. These are waste and are a hazard too for the environment. It is an estimate that just one woman uses 21 tampons in one cycle. A woman as a whole uses 16,800 tampons in her lifetime. Now being a responsible citizen of a developing country it’s a good act to think uses out of this waste.

Toxicity Of Sanitary Pads and Tampons

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Sanitary pads and tampons contain toxic chemicals with them. Each sanitary pad consists of plastic too against which the whole world is fighting today. Even tampons are made up of synthetic fiber and it has a coat of bleach (chlorine) to give it a clean and smooth appearance. It has been said by many researchers that these pads and tampons are cancerous (cancer-causing). Between the intervals of 15 to 19, the risks are at a height. So, it’s the time to change the thoughts and make use out of it to save yourself and your surroundings too.

The Composition of Vaginal Blood

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Before thinking about any sort of use one should know how menstrual blood is different from normal blood. First of all, a misconception shouldn’t be there. Menstrual blood is not at all dirty. It generates in the body as linings of the uterus.

Menstrual blood and vaginal blood both are the same. Vaginal blood has a totally different composition than normal blood. The composition varies from ages to ages. Vaginal blood is a composition of old cellular tissues, red blood cells, and mucin (a protein contains mucus). Basically, vaginal blood is a composition of blood and secretions from the vagina and cervix.

Though the content of vaginal blood varies from women to women, time to time, age to age. Vaginal secretions consist of electrolytes- sodium and potassium ions. Menstrual blood has more water and lowers hemoglobin and iron than ordinary blood moving through veins. In addition to it doesn’t contain elements needed for coagulation. the number of platelets is also less. Then what is the content making it useful?

Making Uses Out of a Waste

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Well, the answer is unfolded now. It can be a rich source of endometrial (inner layer of the uterus) adult stem cells. The superb part is that vaginal blood is the only source from where stem cells can be taken out easily. Though there are other sources from where stem cells can be taken up yet it is a tough task as cells may die in between the task. There are two groups of scientists who found this. They said that stem cells are in the heavy amount present here than any other source inside the body.

Specialty of Stem Cells Present in Vaginal Blood

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Retrieving stem cells from other source is tough like hell. So isn’t menstrual blood is a boon to us. Once you know that you have plenty of stem cells you should know uses too. Stem cells are used to treat bone marrow, blood, blood cancer and immune disorders.

The fantastic part is that these stem cells can coax easily into fat, muscle, bone and nerve cells. It’s been said that if we can get stem cell from any species we can make hybrids of it. the same use is being done here. These stem cells are embedded into the tear in the bone marrow and can repair the wounds, tears and wears there.

With the developing world, we should grow up ourselves too and should ponder over some important issues. So from here, we can conclude that vaginal blood is a boon to us and plants too.

Not only this, but vaginal blood also enhances soil fertility. Basically, vaginal blood contains phosphorus, nitrogen, and potassium ions(micronutrients) which make it a super food for soil, plants too. So from here, one can say menstrual blood as a new garden fertilizer. This is good to explore the uses of vaginal blood. Store the blood in a glass jar instead of throwing it, then use it for the soil it will make the soil much healthier, apart from it plants will grow faster.

Blood As a Face Mask

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In today’s present millennium as the world is growing at a rapid pace we are moving towards natural products. Well, can you think this menstrual blood as a beauty product? There is a component present in menstrual blood because of which menstrual blood is a good option as a face mask.

You must have heard that berries are good for skin as there is a pigment present and due to that pigment only they have that color. Basically, that is TASMANIAN PEPPERBERRY DERIVATIVE.

So from here, Alex Crux posted photos of several women applying a red substance on their faces and that was menstrual blood. They said that the derivative is present in vaginal blood also. They noticed that it brings a glow to your skin and makes your skin younger. Above there is a picture representing women who used vaginal blood as a face mask.

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