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A healthy alternative to
chemically-laden bath foams, salts and oils, herbal bath blends are both easy
and inexpensive to make. Herbs can be added directly to baths or,
preferably, placed in a bath bag. I put mine in muslin bags, or you can
make a bag out of cheesecloth... or you can even buy the larger tea bags
at health food stores. Add the bath blends after you have filled the tub
with water, otherwise, the therapeutic steam will evaporate
Contains More Than
126 Step-By-Step Product
(Plus Many Other Professional 'Secrets')
Inside the pages of The Handcrafter's Companion
you'll discover an incredible collection of more than 126 spa product recipes
that you can use "as is" or easily adapt to your own needs!
essential oils, add fragrant herbs or other ingredients, or use as provided.
It's entirely up to you -- the possibilities are limited only by your
Take a leisurely,
highly pleasurable bath and relax the tension in your muscles and mind away
naturally. At the same time, enjoy conditioning and refreshing your skin from
head to toe!
- For dry or
one cup dried rose petals
1/2 cup dried lavender
- For acne or
one cup dried chamomile flowers
one half cup dried
- For poor
one cup dried rosemary leaves
1/2 cup dried
- For muscle aches
and stiff joints:
1/2 cup dried lemon-balm leaves
1/2 cup dried
1/4 cup dried chamomile flowers.
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- For colds and
1/2 cup dried thyme leaves
1 cup dried sage leaves
1/4 cup dried rosemary leaves.