Healing crystals have been a wellness trend for quite some time now, with a cult following of people who swear by their therapeutic properties. While some choose to harness the rocks’ energy in the form of pyramid-shaped decor or jewellery, one innovative company has delved into previously untrekked territory: the crystal dildo market. Yes, you read that correctly.
Chakrubs dubs itself as “the original crystal sex toy company,” with all of its products being made from 100 percent pure crystal. Chakrubs derives its name from Chakra, the Sanskrit word that describes energy wheels. The company produces handmade dildos made from precious minerals like rose quartz and pure amethyst, which each provide their own respective healing properties.
The best part about these dildos? They practically double as home decor, so you totally avoid the semi-wkward moment when a visitor spots your self-pleasuring gadget on your bedside table.
Chakrubs’ official website states that using these intriguing toys results in “learning to quiet the mind in order to feel subtle energies, develop emotional intelligence, strengthen self-awareness, and accepting every aspect of who you are.” It goes on to explain how using them “not only gets you off, but turns you on in a way in which you will remain turned on and awakened with a renewed sense of self-awareness and wisdom.”
Sounds pretty convincing, right? Before you sit back and take a ride on the Crystal Express to Pleasure Town, allow us to remind you of the buzz surrounding Gwyneth Paltrow and her overpriced vaginal jade eggs. In case you missed it, a gynaecologist advised avoiding Paltrow’s viral eggs because of potential health risks, such as bacterial vaginosis and toxic shock syndrome. Yikes!
Whether you choose to get behind the Chakrubs trend or not, we can’t help but wonder: is Spencer Pratt secretly behind all of this?
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