Bath recipes fit for your needs

Adding a few simple ingredients to your bath can relive aches and pains, stress and tension as well as uplift your mood. Bath time is already a relaxing moment so just think of the added benefits of Epson salts, aromatherapy and a few other ingredients can bring. Below you will find a few suggestions on how to do this.

Sensual bath

Great for couples.

Ingredients:

• 2 cups Epson salt
• 2 cups sea salt
• 10 drops of ylang ylang essential oil
• 10 drops of rose essential oil

Instructions:

• Mix all the ingredients together and store in a glass container.
• Add ¼ of the mixture to a bath. Recipe should be good for four baths.

Relaxing bath

Good for stress, anxiety, or if you just had a hectic day.

Ingredient:

• 2 cups of Epson salts
• 2 cups of dead sea salt
• 2 chamomile tea bags ( organic)
• 20 drops of lavender essential oil

Instructions:

• Add all the ingredients to a glass jar. Tea bags must be opened to allow all the herbs to blend into the mixture.
• Add ¼ of the mixture to bath water. Mixture should be good for four baths.

Uplifting fizzing bath

Good for when you are down or need a boost.

Ingredients:

• 2 cups of Epson salts
• 1 cups of dead sea salt
• 1 cup of baking soda
• ½ a cup of citric acid
• 20 drops of rosemary

Instructions:

• Mix all ingredients in a glass jar and store.
• Add ¼ of the mixture to bath water. It will start fizzing once it is wet. This mixture is good for four baths.

Soft and smooth skin

Ingredients:

• 3 cups of powdered milk
• 1 cups of baking soda
• 1 chamomile tea bag
• 20 drops of lavender essential oil

Instructions:

• Add all the ingredients to a glass jar. Tea bags must be opened to allow all the herbs to blend into the mixture.
• Add ¼ of the mixture to bath water. Mixture should be good for four baths.

Sore muscle soak

Ingredients:

• 10 drops of lavender essential oil
• 5 drops of eucalyptus essential oil
• 5 drops of peppermint essential oil
• 2 cups of Epson salt
• 2 cups of dead sea salt
• 1 tbsp of olive oil

Instructions:

• Mix the essential oils to the olive oil.
• Mix all ingredients together.
• Add ¼ of the mixture to bath water.
• Should be good for four baths.

Hope you enjoy these recipes.

Remember a patch test should always be done before using aromatherapy to see if there is an allergic reaction. If you are pregnant, nursing, diabetic, epileptic, on any medication or have heart problems you should check with your physician or aromatherapist first. This article is for information purposes only and not intended to replace any medical treatment.

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~ by 1bizzybee on February 8, 2010.

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