Top tips for gifting your Waiwhero / Period blood back to the whenua / land with a Wā Cup* *IMPORTANT: As with any practice that involves blood, we must be careful, and respectful of others and our environment. Because period blood is blood, menses can contain blood-borne infectious pathogens like HIV and Hepatitis B and C. If you believe your body could be carrying or is carrying any of these we recommend you have a kōrero / chat with your healthcare professional and follow their advice, before giving this a go. Giving your period to a plant!? Sound a bit bonkers? Sounds...
disposables from entering landfill and saved you
in total since our launch in 2018.
We are humbled.
White pants. Secrets. Pain. Chocolate. Embarrassment. Mood swings. Why is this the vocabulary we learnt associated with periods?
Understanding each part of our flow is super empowering, Pritha recently had the opportunity to learn how her cycle can be related to seasons, and how this knowledge honours, deepens and explores the beauty of our bodies.
"We hear a lot about decolonising our bodies, and I think this understanding is a great start."
Flow on over to our website to see what she learnt.