Muscle Fatigue Soak


Happy May Peace world. This month is National fitness month so we want to help you wind down from all the hardcore intense working out that your will be or are doing. What ever you choice may be....yoga, pilates, dancing or even cardio fitness, we want to have your body covered. We will go into a series of recipes for your body to soak to alleviate the soreness of the muscles so you can get back into it the next day. Some things you will need to know. When you start a new workout regimen you must drink plenty of water and make sure you're allowing yourself to obtain a good nights rest. Start off slow and work toward your goal. Don't push yourself if you feel extreme pain. Allow yourself to stretch your muscles before and after your work out. The key factor to remember is "Repetition is the key." Your body will take about four weeks to adjust. So I wont hold you any longer here is your recipe!

Ingredients: Glass or PET jar with a lid. (Ball containers work great for these recipes)2oz Himalayan Pink Salt, 1oz Epsom Salt, 1oz Dead Sea Salt, 3oz of Olive, Jojoba, Avocado, Hemp Seed or Grape Seed Oil, Mint and Calendula Leaves, Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Cypress and Thyme Essential Oils, Mixing Bowl and Spoon

Directions: Place all salts in the bowl, add oil and mix them together. Add mint and calendula leaves and mix again. Add 10 drops of rosemary and eucalyptus oil each. Add 5 drops of cypress and thyme oils each. Mix thoroughly. Place in container and put the lid on. Store in the bathroom and use 1 to 2 oz to a tub full of water. Allow your body to soak for a minimum of 25 minutes. Follow up with a moisturizer containing the essential oils listed. You may add them to your favorite Shea Butter or Coconut oils.

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