Debunking MythsMenstruation

Myth: Women should not water plants during their periods

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Periods are not just about changing pads every 6 hours 5 days a week. Amidst cramps and mood swings, menstrual taboos and myths swiftly seep into our daily life. We are constantly being told to ‘not touch plants’ or ‘do not water them’ when we are on periods.

But is there any relevant reason behind it. Let’s find out, shall we?

There are facts and then there is fiction presented as facts. We are listing all the things we hear about our periods and decoding them with the right information. Find out more of debunking myths right here.

Zainab Arif
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Zainab is one of the youngest members in the Nua family. She is currently a second-year BMM student from Mithibai College, Mumbai. She joined Nua as an intern in the Community team.
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