How to prevent and cure problems with clitorises using virgin olive oil obtained from hand squeezed fresh olives
"The olive oil remedy on hand: OLIVE YOUR C"
most important functions of the clitoral prepuce are the following:
of sufficient protection of the most sensitive female body part, may
easily result in unintentional arousal due to casual friction of
clitoral glans contacting directly with a panties fabric and induced by
anything that could exert pressure to the crotch area. Not uncommonly,
the deficit of sebum is a culprit of sudden and severe suffering in
such circumstances, which should be named as "the brushing with shark
skin effect", because patients usually talk about pains of dry clitoral
brushing with sandpaper, stinging, sitting on broken glass, etc.
is my clit dry? Watering will not help much.
When clitoral stimulation is intentional, the deficit of sebum most commonly is compensated with the use of saliva for lubrication of the clitoral glans, clitoral hood, and even the vaginal vestibule and inner labia. Before the arousal phase is enough advanced to secure required demand of lubricating secretions like the vaginal exudate and the Bartholin's glands mucus, the only source of moisture on hand seems to be the mouth. Alas, the microbial populations of the normal human vulva and the normal human mouth are strikingly different, not to mention dangerous pathogens, most often causing asymptomatic or scarcely symptomatic colonizations, infections and infestations.
Using saliva to moisten vulval structures was in medical practice advised against long before the widely cited research of Univeristy of Michigan appeared (Candida Transmission and Sexual Behaviors as Risks for a Repeat Episode of Candida Vulvovaginitis, Barbara D. Reed, Philip Zazove, Carl L. Pierson, Daniel W. Gorenflo, and Julie Horrocks, Journal of Women's Health. December 2003, Vol. 12, No. 10: 979-989). In spite of genuine medical indications, Miconazole, Clotrimazole, Tioconazole, Butoconazole or even Fluconazole become the first line treatment of any suspected or misjudged signs and symptoms of clitoral or vestibular irritation, medications 'justified' by, in fact unnecessary although time consuming, embarrassing, and not rarely expensive examinations and tests. Because the topical antifungal medications open the list of chemical causes of chronic vulvodynia, this outdated 'treatment' not uncommonly makes much more harm than good and therefore violates the Hippocrates' first rule of medicine which states Primum, non nocere, [First, do no harm].
A lubricant is a substance introduced to reduce friction between moving surfaces. Watery lubricants like saliva, dry up quickly, as commercial water-based lubricants do. Taking into account multiple orgasms or at least multiple instances of close-to-orgasm releases of brain chemicals caused by clitoral stimulation during masturbatory sessions, the frequent lubrication with saliva as a lube has capacity to bring in infective doses of pathogens and must never be neglected as a cause of clitoral and vestibular problems.
An average frequency of
saliva contaminated clitoral self - stimulation per masturbatory
session varies from 2 to 3 times in ten minutes.
Grease the clitoris, don't shave your pubes
Smegma (also known as genital cheese) is nothing else but sebum (in Latin: fat, tallow), a waxy, oily secretion, and consists of lipids, wax, and the debris of dead fat-producing cells. Sebum is odourless, but bacteria, particularly alien ones, are able to overcome the anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory power of its antimicrobial fatty acids and genital sebum may produce odours which are unpleasant for some people.
Generally, pheromones present in the genital sebum belong to the small minority of sensual stimulants which are as such not-learned (through the conditioned reflexes, incl. Pavlovian ones), and like the tactile stimulants applied to specific erogenous zones can trigger an involuntary sexual arousal without previous learning. Pubic hair serves to trap pheromones and this is why removing the 'scent trap' by shaving pubic hair impairs natural human sexuality. Functional loss due to disrupting of interrelated physiological phenomena appears to be much deeper: a uniqe role of pheromones as neurotransmitter releasers is being researched, starting from the seminal study of Kohl, J., Atzmueller, M., Fink, B. & Grammar, K. Human Pheromones: Integrative Neuroendocrinology & Ethology. NEL 22, 309-321(2001).
Figura femminile impudica, fine seccolo XII, Castello Sforzesco, Milano. Impudic feminine figure, end of the 12th century, Sforza Castle, Milan, Italy. In the 21st century, shaving pubic hair contributes to the derailing of human sexuality. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat.
Porta Tosa…o meglio tonsa! (translated below)Those of you who have the Milanese grandparents DOC may have heard the current Porta Vittoria with the old name of Porta Tosa. This term, which in Milanese dialect means girl, is often connected with the fact that the famous Milanese district once had a high concentration of graceful and beautiful girls, but the etymological explanation is not at all this!
In fact, "tosa here stands for" tonsa "that is" shaved "; in fact, in fact, the course of Porta Vittoria was called "Borgo di Porta Tonsa" due to a sculptural relief of the twelfth century above the door itself until 1848 and today exposed to the Museum of Ancient Art of Castello Sforzesco, which portrays a bizarre and impudic feminine figure, immortalized in the act of shaving the pubis with a rudimentary razor. This unusual depiction could represent a pain inflicted on adulteresses and prostitutes, or a Celtic derivation, according to which women had to show shaved vulvas to drive away the evil eye.
These are not the only explanation for the strange representation: they tell different legends about the meaning of this bas-relief. In 1162 Milan was besieged by the troops of Federico Barbarossa and it is said that a girl, to distract the enemy soldiers, showed herself on the balcony with her robes raised in the act of shaving.
According to another old legend, the sculpture would portray Beatrice of Burgundy, the wife of Emperor Federico Barbarossa, who had razed Milan
Others say that some Milanese citizens went to Constantinople to ask for help in rebuilding the city. The Empress of Constantinople Leobissa opposed granting aid. The Milanese, in a sign of mockery, depicted her as a prostitute in the act of shaving and put her in the door that most of all gave to the East. (...)