Mustard Soak

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Mustard Soak

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DETOX SOAK

SORE MUSCLES, COLDS/FLU, GENERAL GOOD HEALTH AND RELAXATION

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Handcrafted using natural mineral salts,organic mustard seed, and botanicals. Mustard soaks are a body detoxifier, traditionally used for the relief of sore muscles, colds and flu, and to promote general good health and relaxation. Warming mustard is renowned for its stimulating, cleansing, and rejuvenation qualities. It stimulates circulation, and opens pores encouraging perspiration, which aids in the elimination of toxins and impurities as well as encourages white blood cell production.

Dead sea salt has a countless number of benefits and has been used since ancient times. Epsom salts assist with relieving sore muscles. Baking soda is used as an alkalizing agent to help neutralize skins acidity and eliminate toxins. Essential oils aid in increasing circulation, stimulate muscle tissue. Tea tree oil is known for its antimicrobial act

BENEFITS
Eliminates toxins/impurities
Soothes cold/flu symptoms
Soothes muscles/joints
Promotes genera good l health

INGREDIENTS
Dead sea salt, epsom salts, baking soda (aluminum free), mustard seed, eucalyptus oil, rosemary oil, tea tree oil, ginger oil.
certified organic

DIRECTIONS
Add handful, approximately 1/2 cup, of soak to warm bath directly before entering. Soak for 20-30 minutes, rinse, towel dry.
Foot bath: add small amount to warm water. Soak feet for 20 minutes, rinse, towel dry.

For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Not suggested for use with young children, if pregnant, or experience high blood pressure. Store in cool dry area away from moisture

There are no preservatives added to this formula so it is important not to allow water or moisture to enter packaging and contaminate product. Store in cool, dry area away from moisture.

For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.