To know Vick's VapoRub is to love Vick's VapoRub – but probably not for this exact reason.

By the looks of a few online blogs and forums, women are using Vick's in places it was never, NEVER intended for.

The Sun found women discussing how they've put the ointment on their vaginas, despite doctors' orders that it's generally not recommended for anything but fighting colds.

A few women said the stuff has helped with yeast infections and odors — and others say it helped spice up sex.

photo: Marissa Pina, Vivala

(No offense, but Abuela would argue to #PonteVicks for these reasons and these reasons only.)

Sure, we do truly believe in the power of Vick's...

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... but the idea that the ointment has the ability to completely transform your vagina isn't quite logical.

Instead of relying on that blue jar, consult a doctor, spice up sex without the help of a store-bought jar, and learn how to handle your health down there in better ways. We definitely don't recommend just trying it out.