Vaginal blood clots are blood clots that are expelled from the uterus by way of the female vagina. A blood clot is a semisolid, gelatinous mass, the end result of the clotting process in blood. It ordinarily consists of red cells, white cells, and platelets enmeshed in an insoluble fibrin network.
Blood clotting is the conversion of blood from a free-flowing liquid to a semisolid gel. Although it can occur within the intact blood vessel, the process usually starts with tissue damage and exposure of the blood to air. Within seconds of injury to the vessel wall, platelets clump at the site. If normal amounts of calcium, platelets, and tissue factors are present, prothrombin will be converted to thrombin. Thrombin then acts as a catalyst for the conversion of fibrinogen to a mesh of insoluble fibrin, in which all the formed elements are immobilized.
Basically, the blood clots released or expelled via the vaginal channel are clumps of uterine tissue. They are commonly discharged during the menstrual cycle because the menstrual cycle is a monthly process of eliminating bodily toxins and waste via the menses. The expelled blood clots being expelled are nothing but old clumps of gelatinous uterine tissue from the shedding of the endometrium lining of the uterus mixed with coagulated or congealed blood and mucus.
These clots can be rubbery and very thick. The body knows when there are too many clots in the body and eliminates them. The menstrual cycle is the process of female reproductive elimination and whatever needs to be released from the female reproductive chamber will usually be released during the menstrual cycle.
Women who suffer from vaginal blood clotting are women whose eliminative channels are usually blocked or impaired.
Tampons are unhealthy because they plug up the vagina, which has a natural downward spiral energy that supports elimination. They push things that may be ready for elimination back up into the uterus and cervix area. Because that downward and spiral eliminative energy is blocked, clots that may have otherwise been expelled or eliminated remain in the vaginal cavity due to that energy blockage. Blocked vaginal energy will stop physical vaginal activity like the releasing of vaginal blood clots.
If the blood clots remained in the woman’s body for long periods of time without being discharged, the woman could have developed a female reproductive area cancer, i.e. vaginal cancer, ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, etc.
Metaphoric Causes of Blood Clots
Emotionally, clots mean you need to let go of things or emotions that no longer serve you. These hardened, rubbery vaginal blood clots are the physical manifestations of “hardened” and “unhealthy” emotions, usually from the past (past hurts, past resentments, past pains, past anger, past frustration, past bitterness, etc.).
Releasing of blood clots means a woman needs to also release her stored “clots” of old, negative, hardened and toxic emotions and feelings she harbors within the uterus of her emotional body.
Excessive releasing of blood clots will also mean the woman is anemic.
Natural Healing from Blood Clots
While DHerbs.com does not endorse douching, douching with herbal teas for purposes of facilitating the dissolving and releasing of blood clots can be done with herbs such as:
- White oak bark
- Alum root (cransebill)
- Dragon’s blood
- Shepherd’s purse
- Lady’s mantle
Sexual intercourse while clotting should be avoided as all activity that pushes things up and back into the uterus area should be avoided.
Believe it or not, vaginal blood clotting is a form of healing and releasing. Get in sync with your lower (physical) releasing of old matter and start releasing on your higher level (emotional, mental, and spiritual) of old matter (negative emotions and thoughts).
Excessive releasing of vital blood will always result in anemia unless the woman is smart enough to consume necessary daily amounts of iron phosphate (organic iron) via natural sources such as:
- Burdock Root
- Dandelion Root
- Nettle Leaf
- Red Raspberry Leaf
- Yellow Dock Root
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