Wellness Magnesium Bath Soak 'Remedy'
Wellness Magnesium Bath Soak 'Remedy'
Wellness Magnesium Bath Soak 'Remedy'

Wellness Magnesium Bath Soak 'Remedy'

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100% Cotton Muslin Bag included, reusable

'Remedy' is a Salt blend of healing herbs and a touch of essential oils for sinus and congestion relief. The aroma of the herbs and oils decongest and their antiseptic qualities go where they are needed once inhaled.

The Magnesium Salt alleviates pain and draws toxins from the skin for a gentle, yet effective detox. Relieve your irritated sinus passages, throat, lungs and sore muscles with 'Remedy.'

Herbal bath teas are similar to brewing teas for drinking. Herbs are selected for their medicinal healing and relaxation-inducing qualities and infused with hot water. The only difference in a bath, is that the skin absorbs the herbal qualities in combination with the salt and hot water soothing the body’s muscles.


Himalayan Salt, Magnesium Salt, *Ginger powder, *Peppermint leaf (Mentha piperita), *Thyme leaf (Thymus sp.), *Eucalyptus leaf (Eucalyptus globulus), *Catnip (Nepeta cataria), *Sage Leaf (Salvia officinalis), *Yarrow (Achillea millefolium), *Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), *Rosemary leaf (Rosmarinus officinalis), Lemon essential oil, Eucalyptus essential oil


How to Use:

Fill your muslin bag with the contents of the soak. Hang your herbal bath satchet from the faucet allowing water to run over it while filling the tub. As the salt melts within the bag, squeeze to release the oils and allow your bag to steep in the tub for the remainder of your bath as a bath tea. After use, empty contents, rinse or hand-wash your muslin bag and lay flat to dry until next time.

May also be brewed on stove to make bath tea. Strain and pour into bath water.


NBU Bath Botanicals are made with naturally derived ingredients, which in some cases may cause sensitivity in certain individuals. If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use immediately. Products and recommendations by NBU make no claim to cure or prevent any disease or medical problem and is not intended to substitute other therapy or medical advice. While salt baths have many beneficial effects, people under doctor's care should consult with their health care provider before taking salt baths.