Ben Wa Balls

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PipeDream Ben Wa Balls

  • Ancient Chinese secret
  • Crystalline carrying case included
  • Great for tightening vaginal muscles
  • World's first internal massager

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PipeDream Ben Wa Balls

Ben Wa Balls

Ben Wa Balls were the world's first internal massager. When the beads strike together a tiny shock wave occurs. Great as an exercise tool for tightening vaginal muscles and teaching incredible vaginal muscle control for driving your partner wild!

The History of Ben Wa Balls

Ben Wa balls (also known as Burmese bells) are small, marble-sized metal balls, usually hollow and containing a small weight that rolls around — used for massage and meditation purposes, as well as for sexual stimulation (by insertion into the vagina or anus). Some may also be solid, or contain clappers or chimes within; other larger versions made of plastic encasing lesser balls are called Duotone balls. There is also a pair consisting of one containing a drop of mercury and the other, a tiny vibrating metal tongue, giving a uniquely erotic sensation even at the slightest movement of hips or legs.

Ben Wa Balls are said to originate in Japan where they were called Rin No Tama ('tinkling bells') and were made either of metal or ivory. Originally they were a single ball placed in the vagina used to enhance the act of coitus, but shortly evolved into multiple metal covered balls linked by either a chain or silk string for easy removal. Usage of Ben Wa balls create a subtle stimulation, not meant to bring the user to immediate orgasm but rather to tease. It is possible to leave Ben Wa balls in one's vagina all day, or use them while seated in a rocking chair, for an effect that some find pleasurable.

At the end of the sixteenth century, Ralph Fitch, an English traveller, encountered them in the Shan States of Burma. He described their use there by men. Less than a dozen years later, the Florentine merchant Francesco Carletti also reported their use in Thailand, where they were used to enlarge the penis.

Ben Wa Balls may also be used to simply increase the strength of the pelvic floor muscles, much as Kegel exercises are used today. Similar to Kegel exercises, Ben Wa balls and other shaped vaginal weights are recommended by gynecologists and obstricians to increase vaginal elasticity and bladder control. Vaginal weights come in a cylindrical shape and are used in increasing weights to strengthen the vagina, which improves sexual performance. Mild urinary incontinence, such as that which occurs while laughing, or sneezing and occurs more often as women grow older, can be treated with Ben wa balls, vaginal weights, or Kegel exercises.

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Are these with the mercury in them, if not where do we find them?
Asked on Sep 12, 2012 11:08:59 PM by Blizzardnz from New Zealand
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are these attached together with some kind of string?
Asked on Aug 3, 2011 9:50:26 AM by Carol from Memphis
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Part Number(s): 238 0042

Mfg Part Number(s): PD2711-00

Scrip Part Number(s): 238 0042