Bath Salts & Foot Soaks. What You Need: Epsom-3 parts, Pink & Dead Sea Salts-1part. Dried Herbs & Flowers- 1part. It’s easy to make. Combine Ingredients- Salt Blend 3 parts to 1 Part Dried *Herbs of Your Choice (Peppermint or Eucalyptus, Sage or Rosemary) & Flowers (Chamomile or Calendula, Lavender or Rose) in a bowl. Peppermint & Rosemary are stimulating while Sage & Lavender are more relaxing.
In a Bowl Combine:
2lbs Epsom Salt to 1/2 lb each of Pink & Dead Sea Salt (or Coarse Sea Salt)
1-2 Tablespoons each *Flowers-2 and Herbs of Choice-2
Mix together, store in Jars
Add Bath Salt Blend into a muslin or organza bag- Add 1-2 cups/Bath 2-4 tablespoons/Foot Soak or more. Add to bath water like a tea bag or hang on spigot while water is running. After the salt has dissolved and you are done with your bath, rinse out the bag for reuse. Also makes a great Foot Soak!
Rejuvinating baths and foot soaks are great to do during a “cleanse or detox” program or anytime you need to soothe aching muscles or feet.
Epsom salt is an excellent for promoting relaxation, detoxification and hydration. It can be used as a stand alone salt for soaking, or blended with botanicals & other salts, its coarse texture makes it easy to incorporate them into baths and soaks. Epsom salt is mainly made up of magnesium and sulfates.
Himalayan Pink salt is one of the purest salts available for culinary, therapeutic and cosmetic uses. It has beautifully formed crystals ranging in color from off-white to a lustrous pink hand-mined salt, derived from ancient sea salt deposits, and believed to be the purest form of salt. Regular consumption of Himalayan Pink salt provides essential minerals, trace elements, balances electrolytes, supports proper nutrient absorption, eliminates toxins, balances the body’s pH, and increases circulation.
Coarse Sea Salt & Dead Sea Salts-these high-grade sea salts were only available at spas or in expensive bath care products, but now they are more widely available at affordable prices. These salts are a perfect additive for making your own bath salts, salt scrubs, therapeutic treatments, and it’s commonly used to make bath bombs, bath teas, soap making and in deodorant.
Learn more, Take my Detox for a New You class this Jan. 12th 2019 at Pierce College Puyallup, WA. See more at www.HerbalElements.net/classes/pierce