Best Detox Bath
This is the perfect way to assist your body to eliminate toxins through sweating, also to absorb minerals and nutrients the water provides, making you feel refreshed and awake. This is an ancient remedy that you can perform in the comfort of your own home.
Follow the next steps for perfect results, it is very important that you choose one day that you don’t have anything to do for at least 1 hour, where you are not going to stress out or hurry, this is your time, and you are giving it to yourself as a gift. The bath will take approximately 40 minutes, the first 20 your body will remove the toxins while the second 20 your body will absorb the minerals and nutrients.
Begin by filling your tub with hot water, for better results try to use chlorine filter, and add magnesium sulfate (Epsom Salt-very inexpensive), which helps the body combat hypertension, since the sulfate flushes toxins and helps proteins in brain tissue and joints.
Add 1-2 cups (or more) of baking soda, which is known for its cleansing ability and anti-fungal properties, leaving skin very soft.
Then add 1 tablespoon of ground ginger or fresh ginger tea to increase your heat levels, helping to sweat out the toxins.
Add aromatherapy oils, these oils have particular therapeutic properties to take advantage of and will make the bath an even more pleasant and relaxing experience. Tea tree and eucalyptus assist in detoxification, or you can use fresh herbs to suit your mood if you prefer.
After 40-45 minutes, its time to come back. Get out of the tub slowly and carefully, your body just had a huge workout by getting rid of all the toxins, so you may feel a little weak.
Drink plenty of water, and rub down your body with a veggie bristle brush to stimulate the lymphatic system, aiding the release of toxins. Enjoy the rest of your day. Repeat as needed.
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