Yoni Eggs and pleasure wands are very personal and at Yoni Samsara we believe that every woman intuitively knows what is best for her. That said, if this is your first introduction to pleasure and sacred self-care, it's normal to feel a bit overwhelmed.

If after reading this you're still not sure where to start, if you need to choose one, no advice is Nephrite Jade, Medium Drilled - this is our most popular yoni egg and is an excellent choice for beginners.

Here we answer the 3 main questions that women have when choosing their first Yoni Egg

What size?

Yoni Eggs mainly come in 3 sizes: Large, Medium and Small.

The large size is usually 35 x 50 mm, the medium 30 x 43 mm, and the small 25 x 35 mm.

Rule of thumb:

Most practitioners can start with the medium sized egg. It doesn't matter if you're a tall or petite woman, the medium egg will most likely work best.

What crystal?

Choosing a crystal is so wonderful and fun in part because the answer to which crystal to choose is already within you. Some women choose crystals based solely on their intuition.

Yoni eggs are made from many varieties of beautiful and exotic gemstones.

Many are safe to use inside, but keep in mind that not all types of crystal are safe to use inside the yoni, especially for extended periods of time.

Traditionally, in Taoist teachings, 3 types of stones were used. Women would start with the healing properties of nephrite jade, then move on to black obsidian to work with and integrate their 'shadows' and finally, when they felt ready, they would insert rose quartz to open the heart.

These stones have been used for thousands of years and their safety and healing benefits have been proven over time.

The most popular gemstone among beginners is Nephrite Jade, which we recommend starting your yoni egg practice with for the following reasons:

Physically it is a very hard non-porous stone and will not break if you accidentally drop it while learning to practice with the yoni egg.

It has high thermal conductivity, which means your body doesn't need to use a lot of energy to heat up.

Nephrite is a very healing stone for the physical body and especially for the female reproductive system.

Her energy is powerful as well as gentle and protective. Jade protects the owner from negative external energies. Most women can wear it for long periods of time while nurturing, grounding, and energizing.

Nephrite jade is a perfect option if your intention is to do yoni egg exercises.

With proper care it's like a diamond ring that will last a lifetime!

Important: If you are buying a jade egg, make sure it is nephrite and certified; there are many fakes and stones made from lower quality pressed stone chips on the market.

Our advice is to start the practice with jade, but if you feel called to work with a certain crystal or with several crystals, do it! Even if it is your first yoni egg or pleasure wand, it is your practice and no one will give you better advice than your own body and intuition.

Nephrite Jade – Communicates with the Heart chakra The Jade egg and wand help connect our heart with our passion (second chakra and yoni). Nephrite jade energetically balances the body's water and is therefore beneficial for the health of the entire body, and especially for the kidneys and the female reproductive system. It is a deeply rooted, calming, balancing and protective stone that promotes self-love. and well-being.

Black Obsidian – Resonates with the root chakra, obsidian is a very protective stone and a powerful ally to release traumas and emotions stored in the body, especially in the pelvis, transmutes negative energies and helps treat certain ailments of the female physical body.

Rose Quartz: Often referred to as the Stone of Love. Rose Quartz corresponds strongly to the heart chakra, it helps dissolve the barriers and blockages we have to feeling, giving and receiving the energy of love .

Important: Never use a crystal from a crystal store that is not specifically sold as Yoni Eggs or pleasure wands. Artificial chemicals, colorants and fillers are used during the manufacturing process of most decorative glass sold on the market.