People have been asking me about natural birth control options which is my cue to make a video and write a blog post. I will share the dangers of of synthetic birth control, the dangers of condoms and spermicide, and natural birth control options.
Synthetic Birth Control
Synthetic birth control has been touted as the best thing since sliced bread. Because of these tiny little pills, patches, and shots, women have been able to have at least 98% control over whether or not they have children, families have been able to plan, and cycles gone wild have been tamed. Then years later, many of these same women suffer from uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, blood clots, uterine/cervical/ovarian cancer, mood swings, early onset of menopause (peri-menopause), and many other issues. Now, of course, the mainstream medical community may not agree with my assessment. While I’m not a doctor, I have common sense and can put two and two together. Read the rest of this post at your own risk; the risk of opening your eyes to what we’ve been lied to about for so many years.
Condoms and Spermicide
What about condoms? Many women have bad reactions to them and most vegan women are opposed to lambskin (which tend to not be as reliable). Also, the spermicide and lube associated with many of them are deadly. These products can lead to many of the conditions I listed above. I have strong personal opinions about this that I will not include in this post. Keep in mind, each person has free will to do as they please.
Natural Birth Control Options
There are some natural options to prevent conception; body knowledge, black (cumin) seed oil, lemon juice and coconut oil suppositories and/or lube, withdrawal method, and injaculation. These are just a few options that we’ll explore in this post. There are many others that people use as well.
1. Body Knowledge – One of our ovaries releases an egg approximately two weeks after the first day of your moon time. Women who are in tune with their body can feel this. Others track it via a calendar and/or temperature changes. The body temperature increases 1/2 – 1 degree during ovulation. Here’s the key. That eggs lives for about 24 hours. Sperm lives in the vagina for about 72 so if you had sex 2-3 days BEFORE ovulation, there’s still a possibility that you could get pregnant. I would plan my sexual activity around that 5-7 day timeframe to be safe. In the meantime, other options can help.
2. Black (Cumin) Seed Oil – 1 tablespoon in the AM and 1 tablespoon in the PM. Try to make it the same times each day. For breastfeeding mothers, it will increase your milk flow so be ready. For those who promote the idea that women aren’t supposed to bleed at moon time, this oil might shock them since it promotes bleeding at moon time. Not excessive, just normal. Women will also find that this oil is beneficial in many other ways.
3. Lemon juice and coconut oil suppositories or lube: Lemon juice creates a bank against sperm because it creates an acidic environment that makes the vagina not hospitable to it, thus preventing conception. I squeeze the juice of a full lemon into 1 cup of coconut oil. I refrigerate the mixture in the summer time since it melts so easily. You can just leave it this way to use as a lube. Some people like to form the mixture into small pestiles with their fingers and wrap them in the product of their choice. It’s totally up to you.
4. Withdrawal method: Pull out. Most sperm isn’t all that good for the vagina anyway. Let me clarify that statement. Sperm with no toxins poses no issues. Depending upon the man’s lifestyle and eating habits, though, his sperm could be full of toxins.
5. Injaculation: Study the Tao to learn more about this method that will rejuvenate and invigorate men in a manner beyond their wildest dreams. It takes practice, though.
Whichever natural birth control option you use, I encourage you to be consistent. Just think about how many women conceived taking the pill because she wasn’t consistent. It’s even more important to be consistent with the natural options.
Love and light.