Nadine Artemis is a trailblazer in the new paradigm of women’s self care, and in this interview, she lays out her favorite practices to nurture the female body. Nadine is the founder of Living Libations — an exquisite line of lotions, potions, scents, creams and essential oils that I use personally — and a regular guest on ReWild Yourself podcast.
In our past two interviews, Nadine has detailed her Stop, Seal and Seed method for dental care and skin care, and in this episode, she shares how women can apply this method to vaginal care. We learn what conventional female body care products and practices to avoid and Nadine’s favorite natural alternatives. We also discuss breast health and care, and Nadine reveals some fascinating information on breast cancer that is important for every woman to explore. Nadine’s nourishing self care practices are simple, low maintenance and accessible to all. Ladies (and the men who love them), I hope you enjoy this interview!
EPISODE BREAKDOWN: Daniel shares: ReWild Yourself podcast updates A teaser about an upcoming program with Arthur Haines Daniel answers your questions on: Parasite cleansing and eating brains Optimizing your vehicle Mainstream messaging on women’s beauty and hygiene The “discovery” of the clitoris Internet pornography vs. natural sexuality What does the new paradigm of women’s self care look like? How to avoid mycotoxins Caring for your vagina with the stop, seal and seed method Alternatives to conventional menstrual products Yeast infections - re-listen Marketing chemically-induced menopause to young girls Relieving menstrual pain The many issues with KY Jelly Boosting the lubricant jouissance-ness of your life Best oils to care for your vagina Common natural lubricants The different types of estrogens and how they’re affecting women’s bodies The risk of breast cancer and the implications of a systemic myco-infection Exploring some startling breast cancer stats How bras inhibit the body and alternatives to the conventional bra Low maintenance breast and body care Nadine’s prognosis for the future of women