These therapeutic, luxury bath salts are a blend of Dead Sea, Mediterranean, Himalayan, Breton and Epsom Salts. We blend in large 14 pound batches, infuse the salts with a 2% Essential oil blend, seal and let the salts “steep” for two weeks before packaging. When the salts are packaged they are infused with all of the healing properties of both the salts and the essential oils.
Heavily saturated, you may use these salts straight out of the container or blend them with more Epsom salts. The healing properties of Sea Salt have been well documented with a few of the following benefits you will receive from soaking for 20 minutes or longer. (Sea Salts contain: 21 minerals including magnesium, calcium, sulfur, bromide, iodine, sodium, zinc and potassium). These essential minerals naturally occur in our bodies but must be replenished, as they are lost throughout the day. These minerals have been known to treat, detoxify, and cleanse our bodies …. Combined with therapeutic grade essential oils these salts, although humble in origin pack a powerhouse of healing both mentally and physically. You not only get all of the benefits from soaking, but also get the benefits from inhalation while you let the salt and essential oils soothe your body, your mind and spirit. Naturally!
All Salts are packaged by weight (1 pound) and (8oz)
Your therapeutic bath salts are very concentrated so a little goes a long way. For full therapeutic value, use full strength. For an aromatherapy experience you may mix with other salts such as epsom etc.
Add up to ¼ cup to running bath water. You may also wish to use 2 to 3 Tablespoons mixed with Epsom Salts.
Dead Sea Salt
Mediterranean Sea Salt
Himalayan Sea Salt
2% of weight in Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils
Sore Muscle Soak ~ Rosemary, Juniper Berry, Peppermint, Cinnamon LeafSweet Dreams ~ Lavender, Sweet OrangeGoddess ~ Ylang ylang, Patchouli, Sweet Orange, VanillaRecovery - Bulgarian Lavender, Eucalyptus radiata, Juniper Berry, Frankincense, Sweet Orange, Balsam Fir, Benzoin & Jasmine Grandiflorum.