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Holy Womb Chakra | 12 Herbs for Healing Sri Yantra


The Holy Womb Chakra is the energy center that is the most powerful in the human body, governing awakening and connection through loving connection and overall wellbeing. It is the womb of all creation, a direct link to our capacity for creation, and is commonly referred to in Sanskrit as ‘Sri Yantra’. This chakra sit behind the main 7 chakras, beyond all chakras like an invisible bubble, and is a channel that directly links us to one another, to all of creation, and is the awakening point to source energy itself.



The Divine Mother is at the vibration of the universal womb, where all beings of creation begin their journey. We are all connected via this invisible supernatural energy of the Divine Mother, which remains hidden in the soul of every being. The Womb Chakra is our ‘creativity center’, through which we can manifest what we want in our lives and in the world. It is the spark of creation in us that can make anything possible.


For millennia, people have recognized the physical womb as the sacred space from where we all come, where our creative capacity is held, and the house of possibilities. In actuality, this creative power of the Divine Feminine is present in every soul, be it physical or energetic, no matter our gender or the sex we were assigned at birth. The wellbeing of our individual soul, is recorded in our DNA and is carried through lifetimes by the Holy Womb chakra.



The womb chakra is also the access point in you to the collective consciousness and pathway toward enlightenment. For all genders, purification and empowerment of the holy womb chakra is the direct path to spiritual power and transcendence.



Identifying Blockages and Imbalance


If you have a blocked womb chakra, you may feel emotionally stuck or constipated, insecure, unsettled and afraid, likely tied to root causes such as heartbreak, sexual abuse, abandonment, loss, trauma and harsh relationships, even generational and karmic in nature, carried through lifetimes.

Location: Beyond the physical abdomen, navel, pelvis and womb.


A being with brilliant creativity, confidence, radiance and supernatural ability has a powerful, purified Womb Chakra. This energetic center can become weakened, particularly when we experience trauma or have cut ourselves off from one another. So, it is important to purify and strengthen our external bonds as well as our internal connection to divine universal energy.



Benefits of Purifying the Womb Chakra


Grow your capacity to heal heartbreak, depression, unworthiness and insecurity, by transmuting those energies (changing the properties) enhancing your ability to manifest possibilities. Some effects of healing the Holy Womb Chakra may include significantly notable shifts in our everyday lives. Parallel to the physical shifts in the material realm, when we balance the womb chakra we may also experience profound shifts in the spiritual plane.


“To make our womb chakra strong enough, we need to develop pure, true divine love.” —Sri Kaleshwar




Notable Physical or Material Shifts

• Easing Physical Disease and Chronic Illness • Soothing Heartache as well as lessening heartbreak • Reducing Relationship Hardships

• Recognizing Your Soul Family (soul mates) • Transforming Harmful Patterned Behaviors • Aiding our children in experiencing healing

• Stabilizing Unbalanced Sexual Energy (all ages) • Healing negativity and sexual trauma • Releasing Fear and Bringing Peace into Your Life

• Reducing epigenetic density


Notable Spiritual Shifts


• Mending the “Mother Wound” • Easing Karmic Wounds • Easing Emotional Outbursts (rollercoaster of emotions)

• Cultivating Unconditional Love for all beings • Increase your spiritual connection to the Creation Energy • Manifestation with Cosmic Creation Energy • Living your Soul’s desires • Heightened Healer Abilities or Receiving Siddhis (Miraculous Abilities) • Enhanced Awakening toward Enlightenment • Developing Brahma (God) Consciousness • Conceiving and Developing Spiritually Awakening Children • Connecting with the Divine Mother energy and archetypes (i.e. Shakti or Mary)




Alignment and Embodiment


Truth be told, Holy Womb Chakra healing can truly lead to manifesting intimate relationships and intentional community, reuniting soul family and breeding infinite potential.



Empowering Divine Feminine energy within you, can lead to womb chakra attunement, allowing your body’s (physical and energetic) vibratory frequency to raise to the level of Shakti conscious, also known as the Divine Feminine/ Divine Mother archetype. When fully in alignment, we are able to physically embody the essence of the sacred that is locked within.



12 Herbs for Balancing The Holy Womb Chakra

Stinging Nettle Leaf











This resilient plant is a blood and Qi tonic that is ideal for supporting the menstrual cycle as well as postpartum cleansing. Beneficial for addressing iron deficiency and reducing inflammation, studies indicate that this nutrient dense herb can raise blood antioxidant levels, helping to defend your cells against damage from free radicals. Helps to treat enlarged prostate and may help lower blood pressure by relaxing the blood vessels and allowing them to widen. Packed with essential amino acids, essential for immune health, including seasonal allergy relief. Not to be taken with diuretics.

Motherwort Leaf











Whoa Momma! This bitter ‘mother herb’ is known for its calming properties, easing anxiety and lowering blood pressure. Used to regulate the menstrual cycle and ease symptoms of menopause. Helps to regulate heartbeat, aids in digestion and appetite, and promotes a healthy sleep cycle. A potent Heart Tonic, effective in supporting the mother wound, postpartum cleansing.

Fenugreek Seed












Contains phytoestrogens and flavonoids, which mimic estrogen molecules in the body while regulating excess estrogen, which inturn supports healthy estrogen levels. Lessens the pain and symptoms associated with PMS (can delay your period). Aids in milk production and balancing hormonal levels before and during menopause.


Red Raspberry Leaf










A plant-based whole food source of Iron that is readily absorbed, helping to combat anemia without causing constipation (as many iron supplements do). Effective for treating PCOS, hormone levels, and PMS, being especially important for menstruators with a heavy flow. Used to reduce menstrual cramps for centuries, acting as a relaxant in the womb and gastrointestinal tract. Shown to reduce length of labor time, due to the increase of blood flow to the uterus, which strengthens the uterine walls.


Red Clover Blossom













Used in traditional medicine to treat menopause symptoms, asthma, heart disease, skin disorders, and some cancers. Contains phytosterols, antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds. Effective in treating estrogen imbalances, which affect hot flashes, circulation, hypertension, skin and hair disorders. Used to lower cholesterol, treat osteoporosis and improve the cardiovascular and immune systems. Stimulating white blood cell production, along with high levels of vitamin C, this herb is ideal for preventing infections, degenerative disease and cell mutation.


Marshmallow Root














One of my favorite multi-use herbs is Marshmallow root, which is high in anti-bacterial and mucilaginous properties, which are effective at soothing the symptoms of cough and inflammation by reducing the growth and spread of bacteria by stimulating saliva production, preventing the spread of oral infections. Supports the respiratory system as an expectorant, relieving the mucosal blockages in the lungs and preventing infection.An effective herbal treatment for building the mucosal lining of the gut, strengthening the immune system and preventing ulcers and supporting the recovery of auto-immune disorders, at the core. Is used commonly as a diuretic, to flush the liver and kidneys, lowering blood pressure and the PH of bodily fluids, by flushing excess water in the body. Can also be used topically, similar to aloe, to soothe and protect dry, burnt or irritated skin.



Vitex/Chaste/Monk Berry












Commonly used to treat PMS, menstrual disorders, menopause, infertility, inflammation, and hormonally to potentially reduce libido, relieve breast tenderness and cystic acne. Known to aid in digestion, mood disorders, irritability and is naturally antifungal. Some research has shown vitex berry’s effectiveness when used topically in treating head lice and repelling insects.

Moringa Leaf











Nutrient dense and rich in antioxidants and bioactive compounds, such as B6, Iron, Magnesium, C, Riboflavin, A, Magnesium, Protein. Has been known to reduce the effects of high blood pressure, cholesterol and oxidative stress (high levels of free-radicals in the body) commonly associated with Heart Disease and Diabetes.


Damiana Flower














An aphrodisiac herb that increases sexual energy, by calming the nervous system alleviating inhibition. This fiber-rich plant has astringent properties as well as diuretic effects that may be helpful in in treating bacterial UTI and expelling toxins by promoting bowel movements. Significant antibacterial effects and mucolytic expectorant properties make damiana beneficial for lung, throat and overall respiratory health.

Ylang Ylang Flower










An aphrodisiac herb that opens the flow of love and passion. Induces healthy glow to the body and heart, when ingested, due to its ability to regulate blood pressure and improve circulation. Renowned for its scent, this herb is used to repel body odor and treat dry skin due its antibacterial and moisturize-rich properties. Has been used topically to treat inflammation and unlock the spiritual benefits by addressing restlessness, insomnia and instability, in order to channel a meditative state of ‘Shanti’ or peace-of-mind.


Green Tea Leaf














High in amino acids, Polyphenols and minerals, which can reduce inflammation, stress hormones, and estrogen while increasing progesterone. Has been known to bind to heavy metals and have astringent, antiviral and antidiarrheal properties, preventing the growth of bacteria. Historically used to treat liver issues and is an effective a neuroprotector (regulating the nervous system)



Ashwagandha Root









An adaptogenic herb that can reduce stress, anxiety, and depression by combating free-radicals in the body. Powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties, shown to improved brain function (memory), calm the nervous system, and boost our immune response. Reduces cortisol levels in the body and can help to lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels. This root is classified in the night shade family, and may be bothersome to those with Hashimoto thyroiditis antibodies or other auto-immune disorders.



*Disclaimer: As with any thing we ingest, it is wise to consult your doctor if you are unsure whether an herb or food could interfere with your current medications or illness.




The Herbal Approach To Holistic Healing

In addition to a nutrient dense diet, ample rest, relaxation and incorporating regular body movement and stress management techniques, adding herbs is a highly beneficial way to improve hormonal imbalance and overall wellbeing.

It is said that all we need in order to heal can be found in nature. Herbalists of the past have truly paved the way for today. Alchemical Herbalism is the basis for modern-day medicine and has a long history dating back about 4,000-5,000 years ago in Mesopotamia, Egypt and India in the form of Ayurveda and Herbalism-based Chinese Medicine. Though, the use of herbs can be traced to the time of our neanderthal ancestors, over 60,000 years ago, and is still practiced today.

The medicinal practice of herbalism is ideal for treating the root cause, slowing progression and even reversing ailments for good, when caught and treated early on. The key is to start with prevention and treating blockages before chronic disease and cancer set in, at which time emergency care measures may be more aggressive in either treating the symptoms with chemical medication (often bringing with it new side effects) or surgically removing the surface issue. The use of herbs, movement and lifestyle are all holistic practices, meaning, treating the being as whole, like repairing a machine rather than simply replacing spare broken parts.




















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