How To Make Your Vagina Taste Good And Have A Nice Smell

Sunday, July 27, 2014

The Vagina is the most sensitive part of a woman’s body. Apart from the fact that it produces human beings and gives sexual pleasure, it is a part of the body that if not well taken care of, might just pose a problem.

Your vagina smells fine

Taking good care of your Vagina as a woman should be one of the most important hygiene routines you should take every freaking day. Why? Because the vagina has tendencies to give unpleasant odour when it is not taken care of properly.

While many women do not like the smell of their own vagina, the fact of the matter is that a healthy vagina doesn't smell bad (many men will tell you that it smells great!). A vagina naturally contains a wealth of bacteria which keep it healthy and clean, much like your other internal organs. Truly bad vaginal odor is a result of infections or bacterial imbalances and you should see a doctor to solve this problem.

Now a lot of women might begin to ask why they should be concerned how their kitties taste. True, you don’t eat dinner from there or taste it from time to time when hungry but you do have a man/husband/boyfriend/fiance who probably performs oral on you.

Now if you love him enough to part your legs and let him do oral, then you should love him enough to keep it fresh, clean and tasty for him.....Continue for tips on how you can keep your vagina fresh and healthy.


1. Watch out for infections and diseases. These are the major causes of serious vaginal odor. Examples of such infections and diseases include yeast and bacterial infections (the most common causes), STIs, STDs, or viruses like herpes. Even much more serious problems like some kinds of cancer or internal ruptures can cause vaginal odor. You will need to monitor your body for other signs of illness and if you really feel that your vaginal odor is unnatural, see your doctor.[1]
One thing to look out for are unusual discharges from your vagina. Brown, green, or chunky white discharges are signs of infection and you should go see your doctor as soon as possible. Just remember that some discharge is normal and healthy but it should not smell.

2). Be aware that certain sexual practices cause vaginal odor. Any introduction of foreign bacteria can upset the delicate balance in your vagina and so sexual practices can have an effect. Certain practices in particular can set off a reaction, namely anal sex before vaginal sex, oral sex, and the use of objects or food as penetrative methods.

If you wish to engage in these practices, use protection (like a condom) and change it in between activities.

3). Check for foreign objects. Foreign objects lodged in the vagina will cause your body's immune response to react and try to attack the object. This can cause bad odor as well. Tampons that have been forgotten or left in for too long, pieces of a broken condom, or objects used in sexual play are examples of such causes for odor.

4). Be careful to practice proper hygiene. Improper hygiene can lead to a buildup of bacteria around your vagina. This will cause odor, though it may not necessarily cause an infection. If you want to reduce odor, keep yourself and your clothing clean.

5). Avoid hot baths and hot tubs. Surrounding your vagina with overly hot water will kill much of your body’s natural bacteria which preserves the delicate balance of your vagina. Avoid sitting in very hot water too frequently or for too long.


1). Use perfume: Yes, using perfume close to your vagina is a bad idea. However, putting a dab of perfume on the inside of each of your thighs, roughly six inches from the vaginal area, is a time-honored way to smell amazing when anyone puts their head down there.

You partner will associate musky smells with sex (since this is the type of smell you have naturally) so try to get a perfume which is generally musky. Sandalwood and vanilla are common “sexy” smells.

2). Watch your diet: Your diet can greatly affect your taste and smell. Certain foods tend to affect your body in certain ways, by altering your body’s balance of sugar, bacteria, and chemical compounds. Much like how if you eat a lot of garlic, your skin excretes a garlic smell for several days, you can eat or not eat certain foods to produce a better smell and taste in your vagina.
You’ll want to start by eating less sugar. A spike in blood sugar can cause yeast infections and buildup, which will cause bad odor.
3). Eat pineapples:Though there is no scientific evidence, many people swear by the idea that pineapple improves both taste and smell for both genders.

woman eating fresh pineapple

4). Yogurt is considered to be a great way to help women keep a healthy vagina, as it contains the bacteria which naturally occurs in our body to maintain a healthy vagina.

5). Try shaving or trimming: Having pubic hair does not necessarily cause odor in that area, but it can create an environment that harbors bacteria if not cleaned properly. If you want to reduce the likelihood of this being a problem, you can shave your pubic hair or keep it cut short. Keeping it cut short is probably better, however, as stubble can cause skin irritation and invite infections (plus it is itchy and uncomfortable).

6). Wash regularly: You will need to shower and wash yourself regularly. How often that needs to be will depend on your body because everyone is different. However, you will probably need to wash at least every two or three days. Washing yourself will help combat a buildup of bacteria on the skin, which causes odor just like it does anywhere else on the body.

7). Use the correct soaps. Your vagina is very sensitive. Using the wrong types of soap can cause irritation and bad odor. Avoid soaps which are heavily perfumed, contain too many unnatural ingredients, or have antibacterial properties. These upset the natural balance of your body. Instead, use natural soaps which are labeled as being fragrance-free.
Your vagina is the most sensitive part of your body and you shouldn’t wash it with regular soap. Buy a special intimate wash with neutral Ph value – 5.5. (Fem Fresh is a good example). Wash with the intimate wash at least once a day. 

8).Don’t douche. The only time you should douche (wash out the inside of your vagina) is if your doctor tells you to. Douching creates a terrible imbalance of your body’s natural bacteria and will almost guarantee that you end up with some kind of infection. The only cleaning that you will need to do will be with basic soap and water on the outside of your body.

9). Wipe carefully: Incorrect wiping after using the toilet can lead to infections. Wipe in the correct direction (Using the tissue, wipe front to back) and be sure that you are thorough. It is easy to miss the vaginal area and this can leave residue which leads to infections or overgrowth of bacteria

10). Use products carefully: Be careful about the products that you use around your vagina. Using lubricants that are not water or silicone based can cause infections, and you should always clean lube off once you’re done using it. Anything with heavy fragrance can cause infections easily, so avoid feminine products which aim to make your vagina smell like flowers. This includes lotions.

11). Wear clean, fresh, correct underwear: This is a very important part of keeping your vagina clean and healthy. Wearing the same set of underwear for more than 24 hours will quickly create an imbalance of bacteria. You will also want to wear the right type of underwear. Your underwear needs to breath, since an overly moist environment will cause bacterial buildup. Cotton is best.

12). Eat lots of Fruits:  Theories state that what you eat is what your vagina would smell/taste like. The sources that claim this theory works, say that your food has a high chance in determining how your coochie tastes. For instance it states that a high consumption of pineapple would make your coochie taste like pineapple juice and a high consumption of berries would make your coochie taste berry-like. Even though some other sources and countered this claim, what they have all come to agree on is that consumption of fruits make your vagina smell and taste fresh. Other food items includes anything fresh with natural juices and lots of water.

Fruits like pineapples, apples, celery, yogurt, red grapes, cranberry juice, mint, watermelon, strawberries. Basically, anything that grows that isn't smelly.

13). Smoking Wont Help: According to the anecdata, any food that can make you have weird farts, bad breath, or strong smelling pee should be avoided — beer, coffee, alcohol, asparagus, most dairy, onions, shallots, meat, and fish. And while smoking will make you cool, like cooler than you could ever manage on your own, smoking will make the taste of your body's juices turn sour or smell like ashtray or worse, like stale food.. If you already smoke and are about to defensively insist that your juices taste like peach nectar, just imagine how scrumptious you'd taste if you kicked the habit.

14). When you have your period, make sure you change your pads or tampons regularly.

15). Drink lots of WATER!

Even if you don’t like the way you or women in general smell, guys usually enjoy the smell. Their brains associate that smell with getting to see you naked and having sex. So it really isn’t in your interest to smell like flowers.

Never, ever clean out the inside of your vagina. Using soaps or even just washing the inside with water will easily give you an infection.

Watch this video from Toke Makinwa where she talk about Tasty Vagina.

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