Benefits Of Pink Himalayan Salt Bath

Salt baths have been around for a very long time and have health many benefits as well. Most people are familiar with Epsom Salt Baths. It's my opinion that Pink Himalayan Salt Baths are better for several reasons that I will explain.    

 

                                      

                                              Pink Himalayan Salts contains 84 minerals

                                              Extracts toxins from your skin and tissues

                                              Helps to relax and relieve muscle cramps

                                              Penetrates your skin leaving it feeling refreshed and nourished

Your skin is a excretive organ that mirrors the condition of your intestines. When you take a brine bath, the salt minerals help your skin in the form of ions. Bio energetic weak points will be balanced and your body's energy flow will be activated.

 

Himalayan Salts contains many elements that naturally occur in our bodies and are easily absorbed and utilized by our cells when ingested or added to warm water in a bath. Each perfectly formed crystals incudes calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper and iron. 

 

                                                 How To Prepare A Himalayan Salt Bath

 

                     Step 1: Cleanse body with a shower or bath before Himalayan Salt Bath

 

                     Step 2: Prepare bath where temperature makes you sweat without being a strain on the                                  body. Have a glass of cool water next to you to sip on.

 

                     Step 3: Dissolve Himalayan Salt Bath while filling tub to make sure it is evenly                                                  distributed.

 

                     Step 4: Soak for 30 minutes. I usually play relaxing music and add peppermint essential                                  oil for scent and to help me to increase relaxation.

 

                                                               Happy soaking!

 

 

 

 

 

  

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