Why do some women have a hard time getting wet?

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Studies have shown that sexual dysfunction is more common among women than men, and that 50 percent of women report issues with staying wet naturally. Vaginal dryness is often related to estrogen levels, but it can also be linked to autoimmune disorders, cold and allergy medications, antidepressants, and (surprise!) not enough foreplay before sex. And while dryness of the vaginal walls makes for an unsatisfying sex life, it can also create an environment for unwanted bacteria to thrive. Learning how to get really wet naturally will solve many of these problems.


These days, live beneficial bacteria seems to be the answer to everything. From flora capsules to fermented foods, there’s a myriad of ways to ingest the good bacteria that will help your body flourish. Your gut microbiome is where it’s at. A 2015 study done on 87 women between the ages of 35-60 shows a correlation between vaginal atrophy (dryness) and relatively low Lactobacillus abundance. So eat those pickled veggies and stock up on kimchi, miso, or not-to-sweet kombucha to keep your fluffy fertilized.

Slime Rules:

One of the most wonderful things about nature is its ability to mirror the human body’s natural process. When you’re aroused, the increased blood flow around your vagina produces a transparent, slippery fluid called mucilage. The same type of fluid is also present in a variety of foods and herbs and can help sustain the slippery, luscious juices that occur when you are aroused.

Try to include more okra and flaxseeds in your diet and also look into plants such as slippery elm, Irish moss, licorice, comfrey, coltsfoot, mullein, and cornsilk which all contain mucilage and can help you get really wet naturally, and stay wet longer.

Take Your Vitamins:

Numerous clinical trials have shown the importance of increased vitamin intake when dealing with vaginal dryness as well as a host of other estrogen related symptoms. Vitamins A and E are productive to the cells that line the vagina and vitamin D3, in particular, is linked to extremely positive results. And of course the anti-aging superhero Vitamin C, which is involved in the synthesis of sex hormones and can help build collagen to promote elasticity and lubrication.

Use It Or Lose it:

Staying sexually active is the key to a healthier body, so it makes sense that consistent excitation down there can keep things wet and ready. Sex and masturbation help maintain blood flow and muscle tone while encouraging elasticity and pliability. Kegels and other pelvic floor exercises can also increase intimate pleasure. And the best news? Regular coital stimulation keeps your vagina strong and responsive.

GLAs For Your VAG:

Gamma linoleic acid is vaginal dryness’ secret weapon. It is often recommended to help reduce symptoms of menopause, ripen the cervix for labor and in the case of evening primrose oil increase dilation of blood vessels and tumescence that leads to bigger and better orgasms. You can find the presence of GLAs in borage oil, coconut oil, evening primrose, and hemp seed oil.


Pomegranate oil contains 70 percent punicic acid, a valuable Omega 5 fatty acid that reduces inflammation and aids in cellular repair. Most importantly and remarkably pomegranate also promotes collagen, elastin and keratinocyte production, all highly beneficial factors for epidermis health and elasticity, translating to vaginal health and overall likelihood to get wet faster and longer.

Vaginal dryness is not something that is discussed very often, but it should be. Every woman deserves a sultry, enthusiastic sex life with little concern about staying wet naturally, because they just do stay wet naturally. With the above tips, spend some time exploring your pleasure zone and revive your natural, succulent state.

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