Nephrite Jade Yoni Egg

$55.00 - $72.00
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Soothe your mind and connect to your higher self with our Nephrite Jade Yoni Eggs. The practice of using Yoni Eggs dates back to ancient China, meant to help the wearer harness youth, vitality and sexual prowess. Jade is thought to speed up healing, promotes health, transmute negative energies, psychic protection, and sense of calmness.

These yoni eggs are GIA Certified and come in three different sizes. Large is recommended for beginners, though purchasing a full set is beneficial as the ultimate goal is to size down over time, after strengthening the pelvic floor and vaginal muscles.

Sourced from Canada. Non-drilled. To clean, wash with warm soapy water.

Small: Approximately 1" W x 1.3" L

Medium: Approximately 1.8" W x 1.5" L

Large: Approximately 1.5" W x 2" L

* Your egg will be picked randomly based on the option you select.


Green Jade encourages one to revel in life and to fully enjoy this brief foray into matter. It aids in connecting with the energy of true abundance and in manifesting that frequency into material form. At the same time, it helps prevent one from becoming enmeshed in greed, avarice, and scarcity-mindedness by teaching one to be master of one's creations.


Green Jade teaches one to allow joy in one's life. It helps one to understand that sacrifice is an illusion and that there is neither gain nor loss in Spirit. From this place of objectivity, Green Jade helps heal scarcity-mindedness, fear of money, fear of poverty, avarice, greed, covetousness and other symptoms of belief in money as a measure of worth.


Green Jade is generally strengthening to the energy systems, but there are distinct differences in the physical effects of Nephrite and Jadeite. Green Nephrite Jade is a powerful physical heart healer. It also helps strengthen and soothe the nervous system.


I love life, and it flows through me in ever-greater abundance.


Heart (4th) 

** These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Discuss any health concerns with a trusted healthcare practitioner.

Source: The Book of Stones: Who They Are and What They Teach by Richard Simmons and Naisha Ahsian