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Yoni Eggs — Dangerous? How to choose a Healthy Egg

Yoni. Sacred Space. Feminine Temple. Door of Manifestation. A woman’s genitalia has been regarded as beautiful and sacred for centuries and by many cultures around the world. Unfortunately, many Women are not aware of the amazing force they have within themselves. Many women do not capture the power and beauty of connecting with and healing her own body and sexuality. Enter Women’s health. Enter the Yoni Egg.

What is a Yoni Egg?

Yoni Eggs, or Jade Eggs, are naturally carved and polished eggs that represent fertility, feminine strength, and feminine health. Often used to overcome trauma and to empower a sense of self-love, Yoni Eggs are a more natural and higher-vibrational version of kegel balls! Think of it as physical and spiritual vaginal weight lifting. Yes, this means that you can harness the energies and healing benefits of some of your favorite crystals on a more personal level. Yoni Egg exercises, also known as jade egg practice, work to improve your vaginal muscle strength, pelvic floor strength, improve vaginal moisture, and increase libido and sexual energy while you use it. When you remove the egg, you get a beautiful sensation of what it means to be a Woman. Allowing yourself to relax completely as the yoni egg travels through your vaginal canal is very empowering. Experiencing the birthing of your Yoni Egg is a very powerful and enriching experience that will transform you into a beautiful Goddess of a Woman! However, we must keep in mind that not all Yoni Eggs are great for insertion. Some egg-shaped crystals are meant to be used as symbolism or rested above the womb.

Why are Yoni Eggs Dangerous?

Yoni Eggs, themselves, are not dangerous. What is dangerous is making an uneducated purchase about the type of Yoni Egg you should purchase. Only certain crystals and stones are safe for insertion. Some crystals can dissolve in the vagina, others can rust in the vagina, and some crystals are naturally toxic to our internal system.

How do I choose a good Yoni Egg for insertion?

A great rule of thumb is to only insert Yoni Eggs made of crystals that have a Mohs Hardness rating of 6.5 and higher. You can find this number on that crystal’s Wikipedia page. Natural Quartz, Amethyst, Rose Quartz, Jade, all Jaspers, Carnelian, and Obsidian eggs are considered safe, though you should always buy from a reputable seller and make an educated choice. If you can safely make a direct gem elixir with the crystal, you can use it as a yoni egg.

What Yoni Eggs should I avoid for insertion?

yoni egg ashy dull not polished dissolved rough
Orange Calcite will dissolve. See the difference from the seller’s picture to after it had been in my body? The calcite dissolved inside my Yoni.
Yoni Eggs that you should NOT insert are:
  • Any cracked or rough eggs
  • Angelite – Toxic. Contains lead.
  • Calcite – Will dissolve slowly. Notice how dull my orange calcite egg is in the article header.
  • Chalcedony – Porous. May hold onto bacteria.
  • Chalcopyrite – Toxic. Contains sulphur.
  • Chrysocolla – Toxic. Contains copper.
  • Dyed Quartz + Crystals – Dye could be toxic.
  • Fluorite – Contains fluorine and sometimes contains toxic chemicals.
  • Galena – Toxic. Contains lead.
  • Hematite – Oxidizes with moisture, will leave rust in your vagina.
  • Labrodorite – Toxic. Contains aluminum.
  • Lapis Lazuli – Contains Pyrite, which can convert to sulfuric acid.
  • Lazurite – Toxic. Contains sulphur.
  • Malachite – Toxic. Contains copper.
  • Orpiment – Toxic. Contains arsenic.
  • Pyrite – Can convert to sulfuric acid.
  • Rhodochrosite – Toxic. Contains lead.
  • Rutilated Quartz – Fibers could be rough or break off. Unpolished rods could harbor bacteria.
  • Selenite – Will dissolve, breaks easily, and is toxic to the body.
  • Sodalite – Toxic. Contains aluminum.
  • Sunstone – Toxic. Contains aluminum.
  • Tiger’s Eye – Asbestos fibers could break off.
  • Tourmalated Quartz – Tourmaline rods could be rough. Harbors bacteria. Could damage skin.
  • Turquoise – Toxic. Contains copper.
Choose your Yoni Egg wisely for your intended purpose! Before you insert the egg, do your research. Not every Yoni Egg seller will warn you. If you’re going to insert your Yoni Egg, make sure that it is non-toxic and harder than 6.5 on the Mohs Hardness Scale. Yoni On, Girl! Copyright 2017 Jennifer “Aurora Moone” McDonald / All Rights Reserved.

7 thoughts on “Yoni Eggs — Dangerous? How to choose a Healthy Egg

    • Aurora Moone says:

      Hi Brianne!

      This is true for many crystals and stones. Approved crystals for yoni eggs, such as pure quartz, rose quartz, and carnelian, are not porous. It is very important for everyone to research their eggs, crystals, and their seller’s sources before purchasing a yoni egg for insertion.

      – Aurora Moone

    • Aurora Moone says:

      Hi Marcia!

      I hope you’re having a beautiful Tuesday!

      I would advise against using your Tiger’s Eye Yoni Egg internally. While the fibers are not likely to be freed in its polished state, it IS a stone that contains asbestos, making it dangerous if your egg were ever to get chipped.

      It is also a relatively soft crystal, measuring at a hardness of 5.5 – 6 on the Mohs scale. This means it will be very prone to chipping and possibly dissolving.

      I would recommend using it externally be resting it on your belly, above your womb, to be safe.

      In Deepest Love + Brightest Light,
      Aurora Moone

  1. Angeli Jaipargas says:

    I’ve actually heard about this yoni eggs and had been wanting to find out more. Thanks for sharing! Will definitely look further into this.

  2. georgina says:

    good afternoon from greece, i have found whil in a trip in turkey, some lovely yoni eggs made from onyx, i fell in love with them. can you please tell me if its safe to use vaginally-. i bought black, not dyed for sure, and a colourful one (brown, white,yellow,green,red, all these colours in one egg making the result very pleasant to the eye).

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