Frequently asked questions about jade eggs
- I have never used a yoni egg before. What size do you recommend?
- Do you ship to Europe? Do you have a store in Europe?
- Does nephrite jade have only green color?
- What do you recommend for a new Yoni user? I am an absolute newbie and i am a bit overwhelmed by the choices.
- How do I avoid purchasing a fake jade egg?
- I am looking for gifts for women. I want to buy a gift for my wife. What is your recommendation?
- I heard many jade eggs are fake. Do you have any pictures of fake jade eggs for my reference?
- I purchased one set of jade eggs that was marketed as "water jade" and "xiuyan jade" from another merchant.The eggs changed color after a few weeks. Why the eggs change color? Is it safe to use these eggs?
- Do you have genuine nephite jade eggs with different colors for selection?
- Do you provide user instructions for jade egg practice?
- What is "helu jade"? Is "helu jade" a real jade?
- Is your mine certified nephrite jade mine?
- Is your genuine nephrite jade egg 100% natural color, no treatment and blenching?
- Is serpentine (called Xiuyan jade in China) true jade?
- How to clean & care for nephrite jade eggs?
- Where to buy your genuine nephrite jade eggs in bulk? I am a reseller.
- I heard that many jade eggs on the market are fake, how can I know if a jade egg is fake jade?
- Why my genuine nephrite jade egg has blemishes?
- I'd like to purchase medium yoni jade eggs for my customers. Do you offer volume discount?
- I need help in knowing what size to buy, can you help me?
- How to prepare your jade egg? How to string your jade egg?
- Why use neprite jade for yoni eggs?
Q: I have never used a yoni egg before. What size do you recommend?
A:Large size (50 x 35mm, or 2.0 x 1.4 inch) is suitable for most beginner users because large size is easier to feel and to grasp with kegel muscles. If the large egg is pre-drilled that can be threaded with dental floss or cottone string as the removal string, it is a plus for beginner users as well.
After kegel muscles are toned with the large size, most users work down to medium size (43 x 30mm, 1.7 x 1.2inch). With more experience with jade egg practices, some users prefer un-drilled medium size at this stage because undrilled egg is much easier to clean.
However, people are always different. While most customers are OK with size M shoes, but some customers may feel the M size is too big or too small. This can also apply to yoni eggs.
In your first time practice, if you feel it is difficulty to insert the egg, you may want to warm up your body well to produce enough natural lubrication, or apply amber amount of lubricate.
Q: Do you ship to Europe? Do you have a store in Europe?
A: Yes, we do ship to Europe countries. Shipping cost to Europe is about USD18 if using USPS First Class mail with tracking, which takes 5 - 14 days to deliver depending on your destination. Please note the delivery time above is an estimate provided by USPS. We will ship your order as soon as we can, mostly within one business day, or 2 business day the latest. However, we do not have control on the carrier. The actual delivery time may vary depending on the carrier.
If your shipping address is one of the following 5 Europe countries: UK, German, France, Italy, and Spain, you may want to order our products from our stores at any of the 5 amazon-Europe marketplaces for getting FREE shipping.
Our stores at Amazon-Europe marketplaces:
For customers in other Europe countries, if you order products from any of the stores of the 5 Europe Amazon marketplaces above, your shipping cost is also reduced significantly. And you do NOT need to pay VAT. It takes only a few days for the product to be delivered to your door step.
Please click the link below to view products that are available at Amazon-Europe:
Products at our stores at Amazon-Europe
Please note we do not carry as many products at our amazon store as the products we carry here at our own store. If you do not find your products at our amazon stores, you are always welcome to order here.
Genuine Jade LLC
Q: Does nephrite jade have only green color?
A: No. Depending on trace amount of iron, copper and chromium inclusions, nephrite jade comes in white, green, dark green, grey, black, yellow, and orange. White nephrite jade is the most rare and expensive one.
Considering the uniformity, integrity (solidness) and sustainability, we use dark green to black genuine nephrite jade to make yoni eggs.
Most of the fake "jade eggs" on the market are light green because these fake "jade eggs" are made of serpentine, a soft translucent light green marble stone. Some merchants market such fake "jade eggs" as "water jade", "new jade", "xiuyan jade", "xiuyu jade", "green jade", or just "jade egg" without mentioning the stone type.
You can easily differentiate a fake "jade egg" from genuine nephrite jade egg by using a metal tip such as a knife or metal nail to scratch the surface of the egg. If there are permanent scratches left on the surface, then the egg is fake, made of soft serpentine marble stone.
Nephrite jade is harder than steel, you cannot scratch the surface of a genuine nephrite jade egg with a metal tip.
Q: What do you recommend for a new Yoni user? I am an absolute newbie and i am a bit overwhelmed by the choices.
A: For a beginner user who has little experience in kegel exercises and is not sure which type and which size to choose, a predrilled 3-pcs set would be a safe choice, because 3-pcs set has full range 3 sizes, you can start with the large size first, which is easier to feel and hold, then work down to the medium size then the small size when your pelvic floor muscles are gradually trained.
Following set is very popular: it comes with 3 eggs made of 3 different gemstones, and one box unwaxed dental floss, and is reasonably priced:
3-pcs Set Yoni Eggs Made of 3 Gemstones, with Unwaxed String
If you are willing to spend a little bit more, 3 eggs all made of genuine nephrite jade would be ideal. This is the most luxury yoni egg set.
3-pcs Set Genuine Nephrite Jade Eggs, Most Luxury Set, with Unwaxed String
If you are not sure yoni egg practice is right for you but just want to give a try, then probably an obsidian medium size egg would be a good choice as an entry level yoni egg:
Obsidian Egg, Medium Size, Predrilled
Q: How do I avoid purchasing a fake jade egg?
A: Just because a merchant calls a green or white-looking stone eggs "jade eggs" does not make the eggs true nephrite jade eggs. Most (9 out of 10) of the "jade eggs" on the market are fake or fraud jade eggs made of translucent marble stones.
Before you purchase your jade eggs, it is a good idea to do your homeworks, check if the description says anything about the stone type. If it says "new jade", "water jade", "helu jade", "serpentine jade", "serpentine nephrite jade", "xiuyan jade", "xiuyu jade", "Chinese jade", "green jade", "white jade", or just "jade eggs" without mentioning the stone type, then most likely (99%) the so-called "jade eggs" are FAKE.
Most merchants who sell fake jade eggs only mention the eggs are "jade eggs" without providing the stone type, nor providing any data showing the stone is real jade. If you see a merchant who uses the term "jade eggs" but cannot provide the stone type nor technical data, then leave that store and no need to waste your time and money.
If you avoid purchasing these types of "jade eggs", you are a well informed buyer and most likely what you have will be genuine and real jade eggs.
You can go one step further to ask the merchant following 3 questions before you purchase jade eggs from a merchant:
1) Are the "jade eggs" genuine nephrite jade eggs?
2) If the answer is "yes", ask for lab. test data about specific density, mohs hardness, and refractive index.
3) Where is the original source of the rough nephrite stones?
Specific density, mohs hardness, and refractive index of genuine nephrite stone are 2.8 - 3.1, 6.0-7.0, and 1.606 - 1.632 respectively.
If the answers to the question of No.2 above are not within the ranges above, most likely the "jade eggs" are NOT genuine nephrite jade eggs.
If the answer to the 3rd questions above is NOT Canada or Russia, it is most likely the "jade eggs" are fake. Currently only Canada and Russia have nephrite rough stone supply. Because of Russia export restriction, Canada is the principal source of nephrite supply country. Nephrite deposits in China are all mined out. Serpentines and onyx, 2 varieties of marble stones, are often used in China as nephrite replacement to make fake jade eggs.
Fake Nephrite Jade or Jade Simulants
Some examples of jade simulants or fake jades that are green or white-looking, or translucent:
Helu jade: not true jade but serpentine;
Amazonite, not true jade;
Aventurine, not true jade;
Serpentine, not true jade;
Talc; not true jade
Onyx, a translucent marble, not true jade
Chalcedonyl, not true jade;
Vesuvianite, not true jade;
Xiuyan jade, serpentine variety, not true jade
Xiuyu jade, serpentine variety, not true jade
Dushan Jade, saussurite variety, not true jade
Wear genuine jade eggs, don't wear fake eggs made of marble stones
Q: I am looking for gifts for women. I want to buy a gift for my wife. What is your recommendation?
A: Genuine yoni eggs and yoni wands are the BEST gifts for her, your wife, girlfriend or partner. Any women would be pleasured to have such a unique, luxury, exquisite, and one-of-a-kind gift that can pleasure her heart, body and eyes. You will have a lot of fun as well.
Benefits of yoni eggs for her AND for you:
Strengthening vaginal muscles (love muscles), with stronger orgasm for both her AND you.
Awakening her sexual energy, passion and libido.
With trained and toned love muscles and tightened vagina with yoni eggs and yoni wands, her love muscles can better wrap and manipulate your shaft to help you with ejaculation control, to gain much stronger pleasure.
Tightening vagina for women after giving birth.
And many more benefits. Please Google "yoni eggs benefits"
We recommend following products as excellent gifts for her:
Nephrite jade eggs 3-pcs set with string and user instructions
3-pcs set yoni eggs with 3 gemstones, with string and user instructions.
Nephrite jade eggs 2-pcs set for beginner and intermediate users
3-pcs set yoni egs with 3 gemstones with string and user instructions -more affordable
AISE 2.0 yoni wand (gemstone dildo) with bent shaft for better G-spot stimulation
Nephrite jade pendant necklace - with butterfly design and sterling silver chain
Q: I heard many jade eggs are fake. Do you have any pictures of fake jade eggs for my reference?
A: Well, if you Google "jade eggs", you will find many"jade eggs". If the description is "jade egg" only, without mentioning the stone type, no hardness and specific density data nor reflective index data, most likely the "jade eggs" are FAKE.
Hardness, specific density, reflective index of real nephrite jade are 6.0 - 7.0, 2.7 - 3.0, and 1.65- 1.67 respectively.
Pictures of some fake "jade eggs" are provided below for your reference. If any jade egg looks like one of those in the pictures below, highly possible it is FAKE. Hope your jade eggs are NOT one of these types.
Q: I purchased one set of jade eggs that was marketed as "water jade" and "xiuyan jade" from another merchant.The eggs changed color after a few weeks. Why the eggs change color? Is it safe to use these eggs?
A: The eggs you purchased are not real jade, but fake that are actually made of serpentine, a translucent soft and loose marble stone. Serpentine is often used as jade simulant in China and is often marketed as "water jade", "new jade", "xiuyan jade", "xiuyu jade", "serpentine jade", "nephrite serpentine jade", or just "jade eggs" without mentioning the actual stone name.
Serpentine is a soft and loose marble stone. Some serpentine stones, particularly those light green serpentine stones, usually will de-color (changing color) when contacting with moisture and air. This de-coloring is called "zuosui" in Chinese and is a well-known phenomenon in fake jade products made of serpentine. The de-coloring is caused by the reactions of the soft and loose serpentine marble stone with moisture in the presence of air.
While there is no scientific data yet to prove the serpentine is hazardous, we strongly suggest you do NOT use your light green serpentine eggs. Considering the intimate usage, any stone that de-colors over time is NOT suitable for yoni eggs.
Q: Do you have genuine nephite jade eggs with different colors for selection?
A: No, we don't. While we guarantee all eggs are genuine and free from workmanship defects, we cannot guarantee the color of the egg due to the nature of nephrite stone and handmaking process.
Each genuine nephrite jade egg is slightly different from each other in color, tone, shade, texture, even in shape and size, because the eggs are handemade from 100% natural and genuine nephrite jade stones without any chemical treatment or dyeing. Every egg is unique, different, and is the ONLY one in the world.
Q: Do you provide user instructions for jade egg practice?
A: We are a manufacturer. We focus on our strength in jade egg making while leaving jade egg practice coaching to other experts. You can easily find jade egg trainers and coaches and their instructions if you Google "jade egg practice".
If what you need is just some simple information about how to use jade eggs, we have a short user instructions for you. Please click the link below to download the pdf file.
Yoni Egg User Instructions
Don't wear fake jade eggs made of marble stones, wear real nephrite jade eggs.
Q: What is "helu jade"? Is "helu jade" a real jade?
A: Recently a few people ask us about "helu jade". They ask: what is "helu jade"? Is "helu jade" a real jade?
Frankly speaking, before receiving such questions, we have NEVER heard such name "helu jade". There is NO "helu jade" as far as we know. Since people ask this question, and some of them mention there are "helu jade eggs" sold at Amazon marketplace, we felt curious about this "helu jade", and wonder how this name was created.
After a thorough investigation, we now know what is the reality of this "helu jade".
First, answers to the 2 questions above:
1) "helu jade" is actually serpentine ("xiuyu" in Chinese), a variant of marble stone.
2) "helu jade" is not a real jade, but fake jade or called jade simulant.
"helu jade" was first used by a Chinese company in northern China to market their serpentine stone eggs. Because "new jade", "xiuyan jade" etc. are gradually recognized by customers that these type of products are fake jade, so a new name "helu jade" was invented, but it is exactly the same fake jade type made of serpentine, a variant of marble stone.
Currently there are a few merchants sell "helu jade eggs" at Amazon and probably a few other marketplaces as well. Some of these merchants may not know "helu jade" is a fake jade due to the fact that they get the eggs from Chinese suppliers that may not provide correct production information.
Since you read this article, you now know what is a "helu jade".
Don't wear fake jade eggs made of marble stones, wear real nephrite jade eggs.
Q: Is your mine certified nephrite jade mine?
A: We received quite a lot very similar questions like this. At beginning, we are quite puzzled by this question, and do not understand why this question is asked and how a mine can be "certified". We did some research, then found why this question is asked: there are some people claim their "jade eggs" are from a "“certified nephrite mine".
Just a friendly reminder: if anyone tells you that his mine is “certified” nephrite mine. then be very careful, it is very fishy. There is NO "certified nephrite jade mine". This term is just a marketing term.
We can certify a stone or stone egg is “nephrite”, but we can never certify a mine is “nephrite mine”. Nobody can do that. A nephrite mine could produce 100 tons of stones, but only 10 tons are nephrite, all others are just rocks. So, “certified nephrite mine” means nothing, nobody use this term in our industry. Just like diamond, we know there are always diamond certificates, but never "certified diamond mine". "Certified diamond mine" or "certified nephrite jade mine" means nothing, is just a marketing language.
Even if we know the mine can produce nephrite, but because there are so many steps, from the nephrite mining, transportation, exporting, shipping to the factory, producing the product, then for the products to the customer’s hand, the nephrite could be switched at any of such steps. This is another reason that “certified nephrite mine” is nonsense.
Our nephrite jade is from northern BC of Canada, at Cassiar mountain area. We ship the stones directly from Canada to our factory in China, make the products, then ship the products directly to our customers. All steps are controlled by us, and we CERTIFY the products are genuine and 100% natural nephrite jade.
Buy real nephrite jade eggs, do not buy fake jade eggs.
Q: Is your genuine nephrite jade egg 100% natural color, no treatment and blenching?
A: Yes, the color, shade, tone,and texture etc. of our genuine nephrite jade eggs are all natural. The eggs are manually carved and polished from genuine nephrite jade without using any chemical treatment and dyeing.
Nephrite jade eggs have variations in color, shade, tone, pattern and texture. Even from the same batch, the jade eggs may be cut from same boulders or from different boulders, or from boulders mined from different nephrite veins. Every genuine nephrite egg is different from each other. That is the beautify of nephrite, a gift from the GOD to us. We guarantee all eggs are genuine nephrite jade eggs without any chemical treatment or dyeing, but we cannot guarantee the eggs you purchase look the same as the ones showed in the pictures.
Q: Is serpentine (called Xiuyan jade in China) true jade?
A: Serpentine is often used as nephrite replacement. Is serpentine (often marketed as Xiuyan Jade, Xiuyu Jade, New Jade, or Helu Jade) a true jade?
The answer is NO.
There are only 2 TRUE jades: nephrite and jadeite.
Serpentine is a group of related minerals including antigorite and chrysotile. Serpentine is often translucent, has various colors including: white, yellow, green, gray, brown, etc. Serpentine has greasy, waxy, or silky look. Mohs hardness of serpentine is 2 - 5, a very soft stone. The two most common members of the serpentine group are:
Antigorite - (Mg,Fe)3Si2O5(OH)4
Chrysotile - Mg3Si2O5(OH)4
Serpentine is very soft. You can easily scratch the surface of serpentine with a metal nail. Serpentine changes color over time which is called "zuoshui" in China, indicating the change of mineral composition over time.
Nephrite jade consists of calcium- and magnesium-rich amphibole mineral actinolite with mineral formula of : Ca2(FeMg)5(OH)2(Si4O11)2.
Nephrite jade is a very hard and very strong stone, with Mohs hardness of 6.0 - 7.0. Nephrite jade is harder than steel. You CANNOT scratch the surface of nephrite with a metal nail.
Color of nephrite jade can be white, green, gray, brown, yellow, black etc.
Because of the color similarity, serpentine is often used in China to make fake nephrite jade products.9 out of 10 "jade eggs" on the market are fake jade eggs made of serpentine or other marble stones.
Q: How to clean & care for nephrite jade eggs?
A: Please sanitize nephrite jade eggs before your first use.
After use, clean, dry, wrap it in a soft cloth, and then store it in the provided pouch.
You can sanitize it by washing with soap then rinsing thoroughly with clean water, or boiling, brushing it.
Nephrite is harder than steel because it has a tightly packed interwoven fibrous structure that makes it very tough, strong and dense.
Nephrite jade is heavier than most stones. This makes it a perfect choice as yoni egg.
So, don't worry to damage your nephrite jade egg. It is very strong.
For fake jade eggs such as the one in the picture below that is made from serpentine, if boiling the stone egg, it may de-color. That is why some web sites warn "Not boil the stone egg as the stone might loose some of its properties". In other words, if a seller tells you do not boil the "jade egg", the "jade egg" is fake jade egg (jade simulant).
There are only 2 types of jades: nephrite and jadeite. Both are very strong and very dense. Boiling or brush cannot damage nephrite or jadeite.
Q: Where to buy your genuine nephrite jade eggs in bulk? I am a reseller.
A: For jade egg practice coaches, trainers and resellers, please contact the manufacturer:
Polar Jade Enterprises Corp.
Q: I heard that many jade eggs on the market are fake, how can I know if a jade egg is fake jade?
A: Many merchants and suppliers have a tendency to call any green or white-looking stone or any translucent stone "jade", when it may really just be onyx, serpentine, 2 variants of marble stones.
We reviewed 10 websites that sell "jade eggs", only 1 out of the 10 sites has genuine nephrite jade eggs. All other 9 sites are actually selling fake jade eggs made from green or white-looking onyx or serpentine.
There are only 2 types of true (real) jades: nephrite and jadeite. All other so-called "jades" are jade simulants, imitation jades or fake jade.
Before you purchase jade eggs from a supplier, ask following questions:
- Are the "jade eggs" are genuine nephrite jade eggs?
- If the answer is "yes", ask for lab. test data about specific density, mohs hardness, and refractive index.
- Where is the original source of the rough nephrite stones?
It is not difficult to tell whether a “jade egg” is fake or not if you compare it with a genuine nephrite jade egg: Nephrite jade egg feels heavier than fake jade egg. You can easily tell the difference when you hold the eggs. Or you can use a metal nail to scratch the surface. You can leave a scratch mark on a fake jade egg but you cannot leave any permanent scratch mark on a nephrite jade egg, because fake jade egg is softer than metal while nephrite jade is harder than metal.
Q: Why my genuine nephrite jade egg has blemishes?
A: Our genuine nephrite jade eggs are manually carved and polished from 100% natural and genuine nephrite jade without using any chemical treatment of dyeing. The blemishes are natural inclusions of the nephrite jade, which form signature and unique tone of the jade eggs.
Because of the nature of the nephrite jade and manual carving and polishing process, genuine nephrite jade eggs have variations in color, shade, tone, pattern and texture. Some eggs may be cut from one large boulder of nephrite jade rough stone, while other eggs are cut from another boulder. Jade eggs cut from different boulders, even from the same nephrite mine and from the same nephrite vein, are different in color, shade, tone, pattern and texture. Even cut from the same boulder of nephrite rough stone, jade eggs are different from each other. The colour, shade, tone and texture of each piece is unique and is the ONLY one in the world.
Therefore, please do not feel surprised when you see the nephrite jade eggs delivered to you have variations in color, shade, tone, pattern and texture, or have blemishes. Even from the same batch, the jade eggs may be cut from same boulders or from different boulders, or from boulders mined from different nephrite veins. Every genuine nephrite egg is different from each other. That is the beautify and uniqueness of nephrite jade eggss.
Q: I'd like to purchase medium yoni jade eggs for my customers. Do you offer volume discount?
A: If you are a jade egg practice coach or reseller who want to buy more than 3 eggs for resell, please visit following manufacturer site and use the contact information in the site to request for a price quote.
Polar Jade Enterprrises Corp.
Q: I need help in knowing what size to buy, can you help me?
A: While we are not expert in jade egg practice because we focus on our strength as a jade egg manufacturer, I would like to share some information we have with you to help you make decision.
- Medium size is the most popular size;
- Well known jade egg practice coaches offer mostly our medium size genuine nephrite jade eggs to their customers;
- 2-pcs set or 3-pcs set has better value and many individual customers purchase these value sets, because jade eggs sets have all required sizes for all users with different levels and are cheaper;
- You may also want to check the recent review by a 3rd party about our medium size nephrite jade egg (click the link below) ;
Miss Ruby Review about our Genuine Nephrite jade Egg - Medium Size
Some jade egg coaches recommend beginner users to start with large size first because large size is easier to feel and to hold, then use medium size, then small size.
So, you may want to consider either having the medium size first, or getting one of the value sets for better value.
Hope these information help.
Q: How to prepare your jade egg? How to string your jade egg?
A: There are tons of videos you can find about how to prepare your jade egg and how to string your jade egg. Please google "how to string jade egg", you will find may videos showing you how to prepare and string your eggs. For example this video: How to prepare and string your egg