Coconut Oil – It’s Not Just for Tanning Anymore!

Discover the best natural sexual lubricant — and it tastes good, too!

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  1. Blanch Najjar
    Blanch Najjar says:

    Coconut oil is an edible oil extracted from the kernel or meat of matured coconuts harvested from the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). Throughout the tropical world, it has provided the primary source of fat in the diets of millions of people for generations. It has various applications in food, medicine, and industry. Because of its stability, it is slow to oxidize and, thus, resistant to rancidity, lasting up to two years owing to the high saturated fat content.’

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  2. Joy Hicklin-Bailey
    Joy Hicklin-Bailey says:

    Hi all
    It is vital to separate out the coconut oil you are going to use into a saucer or small squeeze-able bottle from the rest of your supply (keep that refrigerated, preferably in a glass jar). If you only use the coconut oil once and discard any that remains after it has been in a warm room and been touched by fingertips, it is completely safe to use and there is no danger of infection. This is a luscious product. it smells and feels divine, is wholly natural and actively beneficial to the skin.
    enjoy!

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  3. Amanda P
    Amanda P says:

    thanks sheri! video looks great.
    louis – -thank you for the squirt-bottle advisory. really good info to have!

    and i’m with cheri: i notice sex educators are often quite careful about the latex-and-oil warning, but non-latex (polyurethane) condoms often do not get mentioned — and part of me thinks that must be because they are fine with oils, and part of me doesn’t quite dare trust that’s the case.

    so what is the deal with non-latex barriers and coconut oil? and other types of oil, too? what about other lubes (not that i would use them, b/c i tend to find them irritating, but i figure it can’t hurt to have all the info in the conversation).

    thank you!
    🙂

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  4. Louis Krodel
    Louis Krodel says:

    You MUST put it into a squeeze bottle. By dipping your fingers into the jar you are introducing bacteria — these bacteria grow and then are introduced into your vagina. Do not use a jar for genital use of coconut oil – I speak from experience.

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  5. Cheri
    Cheri says:

    Hi Sherri

    Thanks for this info, I’m very excited to try it.
    Do you know if there is any interaction with non latex barriers such as Avanti Bare?

    Thanks,
    Cheri

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  6. Karen Fitzgerald
    Karen Fitzgerald says:

    SG Sheri,

    This is fabulous! I’m so glad you are doing these juicy bits vlogs…so adorable to see you there in your velvet, teaching us how to juice it up! Looking forward to more:)

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  7. Amanda
    Amanda says:

    Thank you for putting these in a format that is easily viewable on cell phones too. As a midwife, I have recommended your “vagina vinaigrette” several times to clients with yeast infections and other vaginal flora issues. Would you consider doing a vlog on that? Thanks so much for the work that you do, Sheri.

    Sending lots of Love and Light your way.

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