not necessarily comparing u to that lady but just saying the story kinda puts me in the mind of that book i once read.
my point was, that there must be more conventional options than what was used here.
have you ever thought about sending correspondence to the makers of shamu sticks from Singapore (hopefully they speak English) and giving them reviews on their product? maybe they can work on improving it or taking it off the market altogether.
you speak of using this for cyst. nowhere in the description of this product does it state it was designed for that purpose.
this product is for sexua| enhancement, which it apparently failed in it's attempts to do so. you say you are trained in herbs, which i was unaware of since you ask for herbal advice in your other posts.
"some women STILL have vaginal issues despite keeping impeccable hygiene!"
yes, i understand that. many of these issues are related to candida, yeast, fungus and std's.
"i used an item INTENDED for vaginal use and validated through ages of cultural use"
you do realize that many cultural usages are now outdated and more safe and efficient means have been adopted.
"NEITHER ONE OF US THINK WOMEN SHOULD USE JAMU STICKS - myself NOT for women's empowerment reasons and NOT thinking they seem foolish "
I never said you were foolish. hopefully the day will come when women stop thinking empowerment for them primarily comes thru their vaginas. a liberated mind is far more empowering imho.