Ginger, Cinnamon, Epsom Salts
Ingredients: Zingiber officiale, Cinnamomum verum, Epsom Salts.
Directions: Run a bath or prepare a foot bath. Add 1/4 cup of Soaking Salts. Each jar contains enough for 3 baths with this measurement.
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Soaking in warming herbs that encourage circulation is one of my hottest tips for staying well all through the winter. Don’t have bath? Don’t worry - you can use this mix as a foot soak and I promise you will be blown away by the warming & relief that results. The mix of herbs here may seem simple, but trust me, I put a lot of time (and hours of research in the tub) into creating a mixture that will benefit your body when you are feeling cold to the bone, are fighting off a cold, muscles feeling achey AND the mixture won’t clog your tub or leave it looking too scuzzy.
The Ginger in this formula is diaphoretic, meaning it might make you sweat. This, and Ginger’s circulatory stimulating properties, can assist in opening the pores and encouraging detoxification. If you are feeling chilled, a little under the weather, or sad - this is a wonderful way to combat that. The Cinnamon is also a warming circulation stimulant and is known to promote joy through it’s pleasant and comforting aroma. You might feel like you are steeping in a cup of Chai in this bath!
I highly recommend these soaking salts in the morning or during the day (in addition to the classic before bed bath). You might be surprised by how invigorating a twenty minute soak in cinnamon and ginger can be. When I use this bath formula, I always bring my journal because the stimulation inspires creativity in me. Epsom salts are added to the formula because they relax our muscles and help us get the most out of the soak.