Measure 1/4 cup of herbal blend and put into a 1 quart heat resistant container.
We like a French press or mason jar.
PRO-TIP: More herbs will provide a more potent infusion
Pour 1 quart of just boiling water over herbal blend.
PRO-TIP: Infusing dried herbs into boiling water will extract more of the health-promoting
constituents of the plants as opposed to placing a bath tea sachet directly in the bath.
Steep herbs in French press or covered jar for at least fifteen minutes.
PRO-TIP: The longer you steep, the more constituents you will extract from the plants. For a shower foot soak,
try steeping your herbs overnight and have them waiting for you in the morning.
Strain herbs and pour into bath.
PRO-TIP: Straining herbs through your French press or a fine mesh strainer
proves to be way less messy than pouring herbs directly into your tub.
Be sure to strain your tea into the tub before getting in.
Soak for 15-20 minutes. No time for a bath? Try a footbath while you shower.
PRO-TIP: Bath temperature is important. Be sure to research the appropriate bath temperature for you.
Many agree, your bath should never exceed 106 degrees.**
TO SHOWER SOAK: Plug your drain with the mechanism attached to tub
(if you have a shower only stall, use a rubber stopper to plug your drain). Pour strained bath tea
in bottom of tub. Step in and shower as usual, soak in the plant constituents through your feet.
Get excited and jump into a plant filled bath
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
** Be mindful of your water temperature, hot baths are not recommended
for the very young, old or those with heart conditions or high blood pressure.