Decongestant, Nasal congestion, Sinus pain, Reduces pain and fever, Combats Rhinoviruses
Guaranteed to provide relief and rest and relaxation for those days when colds and flu are pounding at your doorstep! Don't wait until you're sick to get this blend...you'll wish you had it....whether for yourself or your loved ones.
Sinus Relief Herbal Bath purifies both your skin and congested nasal passages with a naturally antiseptic herbal blend that targets infection and detoxifies your skin.
Ideal for cold and flu season, this therapeutic soak supports your immune system by targeting external bacteria, fungi and microbes as it heals and purifies your pores.
Whether sinus pressure is caused by allergies, a cold or sinusitis, the pain can be annoying or debilitating.
These herbs have been specifically chosen because they're beneficial to allowing us to literally 'BATH' in the healing that they have to offer!
To use, simply add 1/2 cup into the bath water while the tub fills. Let the tea steep while you relax and soak up its nourishing health benefits.
Sinus & Congestion Relief Herbal Bath Soak/Salts
Premium Organic Eucalyptus, Spearmint, Peppermint, Juniper, Fennel, Willow Bark, Coconut Oil and Epsom Salts
The healing powers of salt baths are still valued to the present day thanks to countless well-documented health benefits.
Eucalyptus is well known for its medicinal properties and is included as a Decongestant.
The fumes from eucalyptus can help break up nasal congestion.
Spearmint helps to energize the mind and body and has a refreshing effect while a facial steam of spearmint oil helps cleanse and tighten pores. Aromatherapy benefits are refreshing, cooling, vitalizing.
Peppermint is a popular natural remedy to counteract sinus pain and pressure.
Peppermint has anti-inflammatory properties, according to the Herbal Remedies Info website. These properties can help soothe mucus membranes, while the menthol in peppermint oil acts as an expectorant providing temporary quick relief from nasal congestion and sinus pain.
Juniper oil comes from juniper berries, Juniper berries themselves are good for the body thanks to their antioxidants. When you use essential oils you are capturing the essence of their source without actually having to use the source plant itself. Juniper oil can help relax the mind and get you to stop stressing out, and can help alleviate pain. As a diuretic it can help flush out toxins and excess water weight, including excessive amounts of sodium.
Fennel will open up the nasal passages and allow the mucus to drain freely. Fennel also possesses antiseptic, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties and is also a potent antispasmodic and analgesic.
Willow bark is considered an effective herbal remedy for treating sinus infections. This herb contains an active ingredient named salicin, which is the chemical component that is a part of aspirin, which is a highly effective non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug that is used for relieving pain and inflammation. This active ingredient helps in dealing with symptoms of sinus infections.
The wonders of Epsom salt have been well known for hundreds of years and unlike other salts, Epsom salt has beneficial properties that can soothe the body, mind and soul. Some of the countless health benefits include relaxing the nervous system, curing skin problems, soothing back pain and aching limbs, easing muscle strain, healing cuts, treating cold and congestion, and drawing toxins from the body. One of the simplest ways to ease stress and stress-related problems is to soak in a tub full of hot water with a few scoops or more of Epsom Salts. Some of the magical benefits of Epsom salt include:
Eases stress and relaxes the body
Stress drains the body of magnesium and increases levels of adrenaline. When dissolved in warm water, Epsom salt is absorbed through the skin and replenishes the level of magnesium in the body. The magnesium helps to produce serotonin, a mood-elevating chemical within the brain that creates a feeling of calm and relaxation. Magnesium ions also relax and reduce irritability by lowering the effects of adrenaline. They create a relaxed feeling, improve sleep and concentration, and help muscles and nerves to function properly.
Relieves pain and muscle cramps
An Epsom salt bath is known to ease pain and relieve inflammation, making it beneficial in the treatment of sore muscles, bronchial asthma and migraine headaches. Mix a thick paste of Epsom salt with hot water and apply to get soothing comfort. Try soaking your aching, tired (and smelly) feet in a tub of water with half a cup of our Epsom Salts. Epsom salt softens skin and will even neutralize foot odor.
Helps muscles and nerves function properly
Studies show that Epsom salt can help regulate electrolytes in your body, ensuring proper functioning of the muscles, nerves and enzymes. Magnesium is also known to be critical in the proper use of calcium, which serves as a main conductor of the electric impulses in your body.
Regulate activity of 325+ enzymes
Help prevent artery hardening and blood clots
Make insulin more effective
Reduce inflammation to relieve pain and muscle cramps
Improve oxygen use
Improve absorption of nutrients
Help form joint proteins, brain tissue and mucin proteins
Help prevent or ease migraine headaches
You have an option to add Magnesium chloride Flakes to your Bath Soak for a more hydrating experience.
Magnesium chloride flakes leaves the skin even more silky smooth and well hydrated, which is needed during illness.
Magnesium chloride flakes is better absorbed and retained by cells. The body needs lots of chloride as it represents about 70% of total electrolytes. That means that magnesium and chloride bound together is a superfood and macro nutrient for cells.
Relax & De-Stress
Soothing warm baths are one of life’s little pleasures. They help melt away the day’s worries and pressures, allowing you to switch off your mind and enjoy some peace. They’re also the perfect excuse to enjoy a glass of wine, or finish off that novel you started months ago!
Salt and mineral baths are a great way to relax at the end of the day while simultaneously infusing the skin and body with minerals and hydration. Through the process of dermal absorption, skin soaks up minerals from the water – often better than if the same minerals were consumed internally. Because it contains so many of the different minerals our bodies need to stay healthy, when it comes to the best things to put in your bath water, Himalayan pink salt is at the top of the list.
Ease Your Aches & Pains
Those who suffer with painful arthritis, sore or pulled muscles, stiff joints or a variety of other aches and pains will benefit enormously from a Himalayan pink salt water bath.
Israeli researchers discovered that soaking in epsom salt baths gave those with muscle pain both relief and greater mobility – something to keep in mind the next time you do one squat too many!
And unlike conventional drugs for these ailments, there are no unpleasant side-effects!
Epsom salt is a natural exfoliant and anti-inflammatory remedy that can be used to treat muscle aches and sore muscles, dry skin, and even to fight various internal health issues. Simply add Epsom salt to your next detox bath recipe or foot soak to create a luxurious and therapeutic at-home spa experience.
Epsom salt derives its name from a bitter saline spring located at Epsom in Surrey, England, where the compound was first distilled from water. It’s different from traditional salts in that it is actually a mineral compound of magnesium and sulfate.
The chemical formula for magnesium sulfate is MgSO4, which shows that Epsom salt can actually be broken down into magnesium, sulfur and oxygen. Epsom salt is composed of small, colorless crystals and does look similar to table salt — however, table salt is completely different from Epsom salt since it consists of sodium chloride.
Boosts Magnesium Levels
Appropriate levels of magnesium are absolutely key to good health, and it is very common to have a magnesium deficiency. Known as hypomagnesemia, low magnesium levels can be caused by alcoholism, severe diarrhea, malnutrition or high calcium levels (hypercalcemia). By simply soaking your feet or entire body in a bath containing Epsom salt, internal levels of magnesium can be increased naturally without taking magnesium supplements.
Magnesium regulates over 300 enzymes in the body and plays an important role in organizing many bodily functions, including muscle control, energy production, electrical impulses and the elimination of harmful toxins. Magnesium deficiencies contribute to today’s high rates of heart disease, stroke, arthritis, osteoporosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, digestive disorders as well as mental illness. By boosting your internal magnesium levels through external use of Epsom salt, you can help improve or ward off many avoidable health ailments.
Everyone has heard of the recommendation to have a good soak in a warm bath after a rough day (whether mentally or physically rough) — it’s a great way to bust stress. If you want to amplify the stress-reducing benefits of a nice, long soak, then add a cup or two of Epsom salt to your bathwater. Not only will the magnesium in the Epsom salt help to relax your muscles, it can also help to relax your mind.
According to research from the University of North Carolina, magnesium deficiency enhances stress reactions. Further studies show that magnesium has a profound effect on stress and neural excitability — and magnesium salts such as Epsom salt can reduce stress and improve neuropsychiatric disorders. Magnesium is critical to the production of energy in cells so, by increasing magnesium levels, you can feel revived without feeling restless (as opposed to how people feel revived from caffeine consumption).
The sulfates in Epsom salt assist the body in flushing out toxins and providing a heavy metal detox from the body’s cells, hence lowering the internal accumulation of harmful substances. Human skin is a highly porous membrane; by adding minerals like magnesium and sulfate to your bathwater, it triggers a process called reverse osmosis, which actually pulls salt out of your body and harmful toxins along with it.
For a detoxing bath, add at least two cups of Epsom salt to bathwater and soak for 40 minutes total. The first 20 minutes will give your body time to remove toxins from your system while the last 20 minutes will allow you to absorb the minerals in the water and help you emerge from the bath feeling rejuvenated. Make sure to consume water before, during and after the bath to protect yourself from dehydration and increase detoxification.
Reduces Pain & Inflammation
A warm bath containing Epsom salt is known to ease pain and relieve the inflammation at the root of most diseases, making it a beneficial natural treatment for bronchial asthma, sore muscles and headaches (including migraines). Epsom salt can also help heal cuts and reduce the swelling that accompanies sprains and bruises.
Have an annoying and painful splinter stuck in your hand? Soak the problem area in warm water and Epsom salt, and the splinter should be drawn out of the skin in no time! Soreness after childbirth? Epsom salt can help with that, too. In general, healthy magnesium levels from Epsom salt use can help overall bodily inflammation since low magnesium has been linked with higher C-reactive protein (CRP), a marker of inflammation in the body.
Improves Blood Sugar Levels
Healthy magnesium levels have been linked with a reduced risk of developing diabetes. Epsom salt is an excellent source of magnesium. Both magnesium and sulfate help improve the body’s ability to produce and utilize insulin. Regular intake of Epsom salts, either orally or transdermally, can help to regulate blood sugar, lowering the risk of diabetes and improving daily energy levels. Studies continue to show how a healthy intake of magnesium is associated with a lower risk of the development of type 2 diabetes in both men and women, proving Epsom salts work as natural diabetes remedies.
The magnesium contained in Epsom salt is a mineral that is crucial to the human body’s functioning. Some of the key roles of magnesium include keeping blood pressure normal, heart rhythm steady and bones strong.
Sulfate is an essential mineral key to many biological processes, helping flush toxins; cleanse the liver; and assisting in the formation of proteins in joints, brain tissue and mucin proteins. Recent studies have shown that Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) can even be used intravenously for the treatment of asthma and pre-eclampsia (pregnancy induced hypertension) in pregnant women.
Unlike other salts, external contact with Epsom salt does not leave the skin feeling dry, but actually leaves the skin feeling soft and silky.
Today, many people are aware of how prevalent vitamin D deficiency has become, but the prevalence of magnesium deficiency is less well-known. Most likely, the increase in magnesium deficiencies stems largely from the increased consumption of processed foods in our diets. Studies have shown that most Americans consume magnesium at levels below the recommended daily allowance. Research from the Medical University of South Carolina found that 68 percent of U.S. adults consume less than the RDA of magnesium and 19 percent consume less than half of the RDA.
Bone & Joint Pain Relief
Soaking in a relaxing bath containing Epsom salt is a tried-and-true natural remedy for bone and joint pain.
Soothe Away Soreness
A warm bath soak is also great for relaxing cramped muscles. The magnesium and some other trace minerals found in epsom salts absorb through the skin to help heal damaged muscle and other soft tissues. Minerals also work to fortify bones, skin, and connective tissues that may contribute to body soreness in other ways.
Detoxify Your Body
Every day we are exposed to countless toxins – from our food, our air, our water and our personal care and household products.
It’s estimated that we come into contact with anywhere between 700,000 and 2.1 million different toxic chemicals a day!
A 2012 study, carried out at the University of California, indicates that the average person is regularly being exposed to cancerous levels of toxins like arsenic, dioxins, and DDE – with 100% of children tested exceeding cancer benchmark levels for these chemicals.
And a 1997 study conducted by New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center highlights even more reasons to take a bath before bed. Because body temperature naturally drops at night – beginning two hours before sleep – a soak in a hot tub causes body temperature to rise. This leads to a rapid cool-down period immediately afterwards which serves to relax you and prepare your body for sleep.
100% Certified Pure Essential Oils for a Delightfully Intoxicating Aromatic Scent as a base for this Rich blend of Premium Oils for a fabulous Soak has so many wonderful benefits for your skin, body and soul!
Treat yourself of someone you know to this special Soak and unleash the intoxicating aroma and fill your senses with the uplifting and stimulating smell while letting the oils work their magic for your skin.