Ladies, do not practice medical advice from Hollyweird Moonbat Paltrow

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Gwyneth Paltrow rolling her eyes
People: Gwyneth Paltrow wants you to steam your lady parts – but before you going running off to the nearest vaginal spa (yes, they exist), you might want to consult your doctor.
In one of her latest GOOP posts the Oscar winner/lifestyle guru, 42, raves about a special treatment available at Tikkun Spa in Santa Monica.
“The real golden ticket here is the Mugworth V-Steam,” Paltrow says. “You sit on what is essentially a mini-throne, and a combination of infared and mugwort steam cleanses your uterus, et al.”
And this isn’t your mother’s vagina steam: “It is an energetic release – not just a steam douche – that balances female hormone levels. If you’re in L.A., you have to do it.”
But according to Dr. Jen Gunter, a board certified OB/GYN and expert in vulvovaginal disorders, Paltrow’s medical claims surrounding the steams are just a bunch of hot air, at best.
In a detailed post to her blog, Dr. Gunter warns, “Steam is probably not good for your vagina. Herbal steam is no better and quite possibly worse.”
She explains, “Mugwort or wormwood or whatever when steamed, either vaginally or on the vulva, can’t possibly balance any reproductive hormones, regulate your menstrual cycle, treat depression, or cure infertility.”
Dr. Gunter also takes issue with Paltrow’s claims that the steam “cleanses your uterus.” She writes “Steam isn’t going to get into your uterus from your vagina unless you are using an attachment with some kind of pressure and MOST DEFINITELY NEVER EVER DO THAT.
As with most medical questions, it’s generally wise to get a second opinion.
Dr. David L. Finke, a Los Angeles-based OB/GYN, tells PEOPLE, “I don’t think it’s completely crazy to say [the steam] could be beneficial” – just maybe not in the way Paltrow claims.
“It could change the circulation patterns for probably 30 minutes to an hour,” Dr. Finke says. “Depending on how the steam is applied, the benefits could be similar to a regular steam room.”
Dr. Finke notes, “As far as bold claims that doing this will change hormonal balance or cleanse the uterus, it’s probably bogus.”
But really, who would take advice from “one of Obama’s biggest fans“? Probably this woman:

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0 responses to “Ladies, do not practice medical advice from Hollyweird Moonbat Paltrow

  1. Can it [society] get any worse?

  2. Aren’t glad ya live in Oklahoma now… We have our issues but not this…

  3. Gwyneth Paltrow is obsessed with “cleansing” not just her vagina, but also her colon. She even peddles a $425 colonic cleansing kit on her website GOOP (which appropriately rhymes with poop).
    Paltrow is reminiscent of Shakespeare’s “Out, damn spot!” Lady Macbeth, whose guilty conscience led her compulsively to wash her hand of imaginary blood.

    • Not to sound crude, but what could possibly have been up those two places that is so unclean???

    • A few years ago I developed severe chronic diverticulitis out of nowhere. but as an aside about 15 years ago back when I watched a lot of TeeVee, I was tuned into one of the “Praise de lawd hallelujah!” Christian channels. They used to run an hour long informercial now and then for a Christian colon cleanse product that is scripture based and approved. I forget the name, something like “holy blow” was sort of a silly name. Back when I had 2 blogs an a web se I wrote a long article about this christen informercial and got hundred of replies, none negative. BU tnayway It reminded me of the fake commericals SNL use to run. Actually SNL had a funny one for a hight fiber breakfast cereal called Colon Blow
      As far as colon cleaning goes, it is a hot topic among yuppies and new agers who do it regularly. I mentioned it to my gastroenterologist and she felt it could do much more damage then good if done often or by someone not qualified.
      I have always had a firewall against certain belief systems; Buddhist, Hindi, Islam, Pagan and New Age. A Christian penpal thought maybe God Is protecting me from these

  4. LMAO!! What a gullible bunch these women in Hollyweird are, vaginial saunas!! It can not be a coincidence that the name of the plant they are infusing in their X rated steam baths is also the name of the poison found in Revelations;
    King James Bible
    And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter.

  5. If she has the need to fumigate her “knooks and crannies”, perhaps it really just needs a little down time…


  6. Great article! I saw that story too, DCG!
    After some thought,
    I decided not to “touch” it.

  7. LMAO!! You people are too funny!!

    • It never ceases to amaze me what these weird women in Hollywood are willing to pay big money for. We could all probably dream up a concoction we could say tightened this, firmed that or plumped something or other and they would line up in droves for it but only if it’s wildly expensive and we agree to talk in a French accent while selling it. We could all be super rich in no time. 💰💰💰💰💰💰 There’s your new career Truck, I just found it for you. 😊

      • You can now go to a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills to have your virginity “surgically” restored.
        I was born and raised in that sick, God forsaken hellhole and I am thrilled to be out of there.

        • Now why on earth would someone want to spend money on that? Most young girls that are somewhat athletic don’t have their hymen anymore. You’re right Jo, it has to be a hellhole. One that I would like to visit one day with you and just watch the craziness. Have a good morning my friend. 😊

  8. Remember it’s ‘barking moon bat’ when referring to liberals…

  9. If you fancy a bit of history on this story, try ancient Greek fumigations including stuffed dead puppies:

  10. Hey, Gwyneth….. I’ve got a cousin in Kentucky who’s got this great power washer…. does a hellluva job on a weathered deck. You might like it.


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