Today they claim to have found a concoction of hay and natural herbs that can treat obesity, cramps, and stiff necks. You ... you know these people are laughing at you, right? They're just seeing what they can get away with? This is hay.
Vaginal Steaming Is A Stupid, Stupid Idea
Right away, the danger of this should be apparent. You can't say the phrase "vaginal steaming" without me reflexively never wanting to be in your presence again. It's the equivalent of suggesting a "Roman candle to the balls" therapy for guys. Apparently this ancient health treatment could be from Korea, or Greece, or Central America, and is used to cure infertility and urinary infections. None of this matters, though, because it's called vaginal steaming.
You're supposed to crouch over a bucket of steaming water that contains various herbs, such as rosemary, basil, and other pizza ingredients. Gynecologists advise against vaginal steaming, despite what Queen of Bad Ideas Gwyneth Paltrow says, because it's unnecessary, and also you might literally burn your vagina. Because obviously.
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Apple Cider Vinegar Pills Won't Help You Lose Weight
Can you imagine being an ancient Egyptian, struggling every day to grow your own food, or being forced to build pyramids, and then at the end of the day you're just like, "Anubis, why am I still so FAT?" According to supporters of apple cider vinegar pills as a weight loss technique, this is a thing that happened. Supposedly the ancient Egyptians used apple cider vinegar for weight loss, but today it comes in convenient pill form! They're not harmful to the body, but they also aren't a magic cure-all for weight loss, obviously.