Hi There, Fellow Gardeners!
This is Becca.
Today, Organic Gurlz Gardens
of Fort Wayne, Indiana will be sharing information on Soaking Tubs and Bath Salts.
Taking time out for yourself to relax can ease troublesome stress.
As a busy Mom, I know finding personal time is challenging, but there are some positive outlets to consider, such as: a nice and cozy bath
There is nothing more inviting then the beckoning light of soft candles and steam luring you to the hot bathtub.
A warm bath
can help change those tense muscles and improve your health.
Tips from experience about diluting the hassle of everyday life (In the bathroom
Luxury in the bathroom
benefits you on many levels. In addition, the deluxe items listed can assist with alleviating stress.
- Heated floors (Especially for the winter!)
- Soaker tub with jets (To add a few bubbles and great massagers.
- Electronic candles (Of course, don’t place to close to the tub! ;))
to view an award-winning bathroom project from Design Build Pros.
Bath salt benefits:
Salts made with essential oils (Lavender, Mint, Etc.) offer the added benefit of aromatherapy. Lovely soothing scents have been shown (in several independent studies) to supplement calmness and promote relaxation of the mind and body. Scented bath salts
combine these attributes with other healing properties. The ability to unwind at the end of the day is also the best way to ensure sound sleep at night, and (garden) made bath products like salts can help.
Aside for Table Salt, Epsom salt is the most renown salt there is (for the moment, at least).
If you would like the scientific information, Epsom Salt is Magnesium Sulfate; or in simple terms, A metallic-salt.
My Epsom Salt Bath:
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We guarantee our raised garden beds for 5 years, with maintenance and care.
- Add 1 – 2 cups Epsom Salt to warm bath water
- Soak for 20 minutes
- Rinse off well
- Relieve those tensed up muscles!
can neutralize the pH of water. When consumed internally, Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) is an important component in our blood chemistry. Externally, sodium bicarbonate is used to treat poison ivy, oak, sumac and other rashes while also making a great bath ;).
To make this awesome “soda” bath:
- Add about 2 tbsp. of baking soda to warm bath water
- Soak for about 20-25 minutes
- Rinse off well!
- Be able to stop being “salty” while actually using salt!
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