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Herbal Baths
HERBAL BATH RECIPES
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  • Herbal Bath Description
  • General Instructions: How To Make & Use Herb Preparations
  • Herbal Bath Temperature Safety Instructions
  • Herbal Bath Recipes
  • Herbal Bath Products




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    HERBAL BATH DESCRIPTION

    Preparing a soothing herbal bath simply requires a garden or a visit to your local or online health-food store. A healthy alternative to chemically-laden bath foams, salts and oils, herbal bath blends are both easy and inexpensive to make. Commercially sold items usually contain nothing more than artificial fragrances and preservatives, mineral oil, and harsh detergents that can promote allergies, irritate your skin and even encourage vaginal infections. However, an all-natural herbal blend incorporated into a warm bath not only revives sagging spirits but also can help to heal a multitude of ailments, including minor wounds and bruises, fatigue, hemorrhoids, eczema, aching muscles, and poor circulation. Herbs can be added directly to baths or placed in a bath bag (see below). A bath bag is easy to make using unbleached muslin or other natural light weight cotton fabric. A bath bag can also be made from using gauze or cheesecloth, tied in a bag by bringing the four corners of the material together and fastening it closed.

    cloth bath bag filled with chosen herbs


    If you do not have dried herbs on hand, you can use tea bags containing appropriate herbs, such as Chamomile or Peppermint. Pour 1 quart of boiling water over 6 tea bags; then steep, covered for 30 minutes. Add the tea and the tea bags to the bathwater.

    Quality counts when choosing herbs for your bath. To ensure that you are soaking in a chemical-free bath, buy herbs that are certified as organically grown from a mail-order supplier (see our merchants) or health food store. You can also grow your own organic garden filled with favorite herbs. Once your herbs are ready to be harvested, you can dry them by hanging them in a sunny location or slowly heat them at about 125°F in the oven until dry.

    Proper storage of your herbs is important. Store dried herbs in dark glass jars with airtight lids away from moisture, sunlight and heat in order to keep the fragrance and the essential oils from dissipating. Label the bottles with the name and date. Use the herbs within one year.

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  • GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: HOW TO MAKE & USE HERB PREPARATIONS

    Making your own herbal concoctions for medicinal purposes is really not that difficult. And since the best herbal preparations are those made when the plants are fresh, the better off you are to grow your own herbs and make your own preparations. But even the best plants can be ruined if you use the wrong kind of process in preparing your remedies. Your choice depends on the parts of the plant to be used, the form in which the remedy will be taken, and the desired result. Remember that herbal remedies are not one-shot wonder cures. Their effectiveness is based largely on a gradual cure.

    The following ways of preparing your fresh herbs are those most commonly used in herbal medicine. Always use an enamel or non-metallic pot.

    INFUSION: This is a beverage made like tea, made by pouring boiled water over the plants and steeping to extract the active ingredients. The normal amounts are about 1/2 to 1 ounce of the plant to one pint of boiled water. You should let the mixture steep for five to ten minutes, covered, and strain the infusion into a cup.

    COLD EXTRACT: Preparing herbs with cold water preserves the most volatile ingredients, while extracting only minor amounts of mineral salts and bitter principles. Add about double the amount of plant material used for an infusion to cold water and let sit for about 8 to 12 hours, strain and drink.

    DECOCTION: This method of preparation allows you to extract primarily the mineral salts and bitter principles rather than vitamins and volatile ingredients. Bring ingredients to a boil (about half an ounce of plant parts per cup of water), then reduce heat and simmer for up to 4 minutes. Remove from heat and steep the mixture with the cover on the pot for a few minutes.

    JUICE: Chop and press fresh plant parts to make juice, then add a bit of water and press again. This is excellent for getting vitamins and minerals from the plant. Drink the juice right away for the best results.

    SYRUP: Make a basic syrup to which you will add medicinal ingredients by boiling 3 pounds of raw, brown sugar in a pint of water until it reaches the right consistency.

    POWDER: Grind your dried plant parts until you have a powder. The powder can be taken with water, milk, soup, or swallowed in gelatin capsules.

    OINTMENT: The quick method combines well one part of your powdered remedy with four parts hot petroleum jelly, vegetable shortening, or lard. For purists, add the decoction of the desired herb to Olive Oil and simmer until the water has completely evaporated. Add Beeswax as needed to get a firm consistency. A little Gum Benzoin or a drop of Benzoin Tincture per ounce of fat will help preserve the ointment.

    ESSENCE: Dissolve 1 ounce of the herb's Essential Oil in a pint of alcohol; this method preserves the volatile oils of many plants which are not water-soluble.

    POULTICE: To make a poultice, you just crush the medicinal parts of the plant to a pulpy mass and heat. Mix with a hot, sticky substance such as moist flour or corn meal. Apply the pasty mixture directly to the skin. Wrap a hot towel around and moisten the towel periodically. A poultice will draw impurities from the body.

    HERBAL BATH: Herbal baths include the use of various herbal additives to enhance the natural healing power of the water. They are baths to which plant decoctions or infusions have been added. There are full and partial herbal baths. For a full bath some of the medicinal plant parts should be sewn into a cloth bag and then boiled in a quart of water; the strained mixture is then added to the bath. Sometimes you can put the bag right into the tub for a more thorough extraction of the herbal properties.

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    HERBAL BATH TEMPERATURE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    When things get tough in your life, you are run down, not feeling well, need to unstress or need a pick-me-up, or just a luxurious moment for yourself, an herbal bath does wonders. Take some time for yourself. Lock the bathroom door, turn on some soothing music, light a few scented candles and take a wonderful herbal bath.

    Baths have been enjoyed for their pleasure and benefit for centuries. Bath houses abounded in ancient Rome and Greece. In today's rush-rush-rush world a hot herbal bath is probably more of a necessary than they were in ancient Rome or Greece.

    The idea of tossing a handful of fragrant herbs and flowers into your tub, and bathing with them floating on top of the water may seem - ahhhh, SO romantic! Maybe it is ... but that method is not very practical. Who wants to finish a relaxing, romantic or soothing bath and then spend 20 minutes picking pieces of herb off of their wet skin and out of the tub! Talk about ruining a mood! Instead, you can tie the herbs up in some cheesecloth or in a muslin bag and hang them from the spout while the water is running, this is much neater to clean up afterward and it certainly won't wreck your mental peace and quiet.

    However, the best way is to make a strong infusion or decoction of the herbs you have selected and add that to the bath water. For an infusion, pour boiling water over 1/2 cup of the dried herbs and steep for 10 to 20 minutes, strain and add the liquid to the bath water. A decoction uses the same proportions of herbs and water, but the herbs are added to cold water and brought to a boil. This method is used for roots, large stems or woody pieces.

    The temperature of the bath water is an important factor, and some attention should be paid to it. Keep your bath water between 98.6°F and 100°F for most herbal bath treatments. Warm water (temperatures around 98°F) soothes and relaxes, while cool water (temperatures around 80°F) stimulates. A comfortable relaxing temperature safe for pregnancy is between 99°F to 101°F. Be wary of very hot baths (temps around 104°F to 110°F are considered hot. Do not exceed 120°F), this can dehydrate, dry the skin, and exhaust you. A high water temperature can also be harmful if you have high blood pressure, diabetes or are pregnant. If the water is too hot, your skin will perspire, and your body will be less likely to fully absorb the healing properties of the herbs.

    Note: Add the herbal bath blend once you have filled the tub with water; otherwise, the therapeutic steam will evaporate prematurely. To avoid dehydrating your skin, limit your bath time to about 20 minutes.



    Extra Tip - In the bath, exfoliate your skin with coarse sea sponge or loofah to improve circulation and absorption of an herb's healing properties.

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    HERBAL BATH RECIPE SUGGESTIONS

    These recipes benefit not only your skin but also your emotions by providing you with some herbal aromas to inhale as you soak away the cares of the day.

    Add herbs to your bath by either making an infusion of them and adding directly to the bath water, or putting the herbs into a muslin bag and tie it directly under the tap as the water is running. You can also add scented oil to the mixture if you want to. Here are some ideas for herbs to use:
    Before incorporating any of these infusions into your bathwater, use the patch test on your skin. If you do not take baths, follow the instructions for any of the bath mixtures and use the cooled infusion as a body splash during your shower. Use the bath bag of herbs as a washcloth.

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    GENERAL HERBAL BATH RECIPE INDEX

  • Oatmeal Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Herbal Bath Crystals - Mind, Body & Soul Recipe
  • Chamomile Skin Softening Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Rose Petals For Rosy Glow Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Troubled Skin Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Chamomile For Skin Inflammation Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Dry & Chapped Skin Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Acne & Eczema Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Poor Circulation Herbal Bath Recipe

  • Deodorizing Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Fragrant Relaxation & Tension Relief Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Relaxation Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Stiff Muscles & Aching Joints Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Tonic Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Tension Relief Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Stimulating Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Achy Feet Herbal Bath Recipe
  • Colds & Congestion Herbal Bath Recipe






  • OATMEAL HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    1 cup Oatmeal
    1 tablespoon Herbs of Choice
    1 drop Essential Oil

    Mix oatmeal, herbs and oil and fill bath bags with mixture. Oatmeal is used because it is a natural skin softener, soother, and cleanser.

    STIMULATING BATHS: Basil, Bay Laurel, Calendula, Citronella, Fennel, Horseradish Roots, Lavender, Lemon Verbena, Lovage Root, Marjoram, Mint, Nettle, Pine Needles, Queen of the Meadow, Rosemary, Sage, Savory, Thyme, Vetivert Root.

    SOOTHING BATHS: Catnip, Chamomile, Comfrey, Elder, Evening Primrose, Hyssop, Jasmine, Juniper Berries, Lemon Balm, Linden Flowers, Marshmallow Root, Melilot, Mullein, Passionflower, Roses, Slippery Elm Inner Bark, Tansy, Valerian Root, Vetivert (whole plant), Violet.






    HERBAL BATH CRYSTALS - MIND, BODY & SOUL RECIPE

    2 cups (16 ounce) Epsom Salt
    A few drops Favorite Fragrance Oil or Essential Oil (Vanilla Essential Oil or Lavender Essential Oil,etc.)
    A few drops Food Coloring (optional)
    1/2 teaspoons Glycerin for moisturizing (optional)

    Store in a re-sealable container to keep out moisture.

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  • CHAMOMILE SKIN SOFTENING HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    4 cups Powdered Milk
    1 cup Boiled Water
    1/2 cup dried Chamomile or 5 Chamomile Tea Bags

    Steep chamomile in water for 20 minutes Strain liquid. Mix liquid with milk and add to bath water. Especially nice after a long days work.

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  • ROSE PETALS FOR A ROSY GLOW HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    The petals of the Rose are not only soothing, but also contain a small amount of vitamin C; ascorbic acid is known to smooth and tone the skin. Adding Rose Petals to your bath will lightly moisturize dry, sensitive skin and encourage a healthy, rosy glow.

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  • TROUBLED SKIN HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    Summer can cause a variety of irritations to your skin. Try soaking in the Troubled Skin Bath as an aid in relieving some of them.

    1/4 cup fresh or 2 tablespoons dried Thyme
    1/4 cup fresh or 2 tablespoons dried Calendula Blossoms
    1 quart boiling water

    Add the herbs to the boiling water and simmer, covered, for 10 minutes. Remove the infusion from the heat and let it cook to lukewarm. Strain the infusion and add to your bathwater.

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  • CHAMOMILE FOR SKIN INFLAMMATION HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    Chamomile, both Roman (Anthemis nobilis) and German (Matricaria recutica) Chamomile are rich in antibacterial and analgesic volatile oils. Use either form of chamomile to relieve such skin inflammations as eczema and psoriasis.

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  • DRY & CHAPPED SKIN HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    Lavender for deep cleansing: Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia or Lavandula vera) is derived from the Latin word lavare, which means "to cleanse." A fragrant additive in lotions, Lavender is not only a relaxant but an antiseptic, as well. It can help to heal acne and other skin irritation, such as minor cuts, scrapes and burns.

    1 cup dried Rose Petals
    1/2 cup dried Lavender Flowers

    Place the blend in the center of a 12-inch by 24-inch cheesecloth, folded in half to make a 12-inch square piece. Tie the cloth's ends together, using a rubber band to secure. Place the sachet in a 2-quart pot (not aluminum or copper), and add 1.5 quarts of boiling water. Cover; steep for 1/2 hour. Add the infusion and the cheesecloth bag to the bathwater. Gently squeeze the sachet from time to time to release the herbal infusion into the bathwater.

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  • ACNE & ECZEMA HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    1 cup dried Chamomile Flowers
    1/2 cup dried Lavender Flowers

    Place the blend in the center of a 12-inch by 24-inch cheesecloth, folded in half to make a 12-inch square piece. Tie the cloth's ends together, using a rubber band to secure. Place the sachet in a 2-quart pot (not aluminum or copper), and add 1.5 quarts of boiling water. Cover; steep for 1/2 hour. Add the infusion and the cheesecloth bag to the bathwater. Gently squeeze the sachet from time to time to release the herbal infusion into the bathwater.

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  • POOR CIRCULATION HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    1 cup dried Rosemary Leaves
    1/2 cup dried Chamomile Flowers

    Place the blend in the center of a 12-inch by 24-inch cheesecloth, folded in half to make a 12-inch square piece. Tie the cloth's ends together, using a rubber band to secure. Place the sachet in a 2-quart pot (not aluminum or copper), and add 1.5 quarts of boiling water. Cover; steep for 1/2 hour. Add the infusion and the cheesecloth bag to the bathwater. Gently squeeze the sachet from time to time to release the herbal infusion into the bathwater.

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  • DEODORIZING HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    All of the herbs in this recipe contain ingredients that will deodorize your body. It is a wonderful herbal mixture to enjoy after a hot day of working in the garden.

    1/4 cup fresh or 2 tablespoons dried Thyme
    1/4 cup fresh or 2 tablespoons dried Lavender Buds
    1/4 cup fresh or 2 tablespoons dried Rosemary
    1 Cotton Muslin Bath Bag
    1 quart Boiling Water

    Add the fresh or dried herbs to the bag and close snugly. Add the bag to the water and simmer, covered, for 15 minutes. Remove the infusion from the heat and cool to lukewarm. Add the infusion and bag to your bathwater, using the bag of herbs as a washcloth.

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  • FRAGRANT RELAXATION & TENSION RELIEF HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    The herbs in this recipe will give you a fresh, pleasantly scented bath.

    1/4 cup fresh or 2 tablespoons dried Sweet Marjoram
    2 tablespoons fresh or 1 tablespoons dried Lavender Buds
    2 tablespoons fresh or 1 tablespoons dried Peppermint
    1 Cotton Muslin Bath Bag
    1 quart Boiling Water
    Add the fresh or dried herbs to the muslin bag and close snugly. Infuse the bath bag or herbs in the boiling water and simmer, covered, for 15 to 20 minutes. Let the infusion cool to lukewarm, then add it and the bath bag to your bathwater.

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  • RELAXATION HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    1/2 cup fresh or 1/4 cup dried Lemon Balm
    1/2 cup fresh or 1/4 cup dried German Chamomile Blossoms
    2 cups Boiling Water

    Add the herbs to the boiling water. Cover and infuse for 20 minutes. Strain and add to your bathwater.

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  • STIFF MUSCLES & ACHING JOINTS HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    An equal part combination of Sage and Strawberry Leaves

    Or

    Sage and Mugwort can be quite soothing.

    Also try an equal part combination of Agrimony, Chamomile and Mugwort.

    1/2 cup dried Lemon Balm Leaves
    1/2 cup dried Rosemary Leaves
    1/4 cup dried Chamomile Flowers


    Place the blend in the center of a 12-inch by 24-inch cheesecloth, folded in half to make a 12-inch square piece. Tie the cloth's ends together, using a rubber band to secure. Place the sachet in a 2-quart pot (not aluminum or copper), and add 1.5 quarts of boiling water. Cover; steep for 1/2 hour. Add the infusion and the cheesecloth bag to the bathwater. Gently squeeze the sachet from time to time to release the herbal infusion into the bathwater.

    Rosemary is used for sore muscles: The dried leaves of Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) have an invigorating and warming effect on the body. Added to bathwater, they make an excellent remedy for aching joints, sore muscles, and poor circulation.

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  • TONIC HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    Have more day left to deal with than you have energy to do it with? You might need this type of bath which yields the most benefit if repeated each evening for several evenings in a row. Try equal part blend of Comfrey, Alfalfa, Parsley and Orange Peel.

    Or

    Equal part blend of Rose Petals, Orange Blossoms (Neroli Essential Oil) and Lavender.

    After several evening soaks you just might end the day with a little energy surplus.

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  • TENSION RELIEF HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    We have SO much stress and tension in our modern day world. Researchers have found that stress and tension can manifest themselves in all kinds of sickness and dis-ease. Try using Lemon Balm for relaxation. A Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) bath is a perfect way to end your day. Its tart, lemony scent helps revive spirits, lifting depression. Try a combination of your choice of any of the following to soothe the mind and body: Catnip, Chamomile, Comfrey, Hyssop, Jasmine Flowers, Lemon Balm, Lavender Flowers, Linden Flower, Passion Flower Blossoms, Roses, Slippery Elm Bark, Valerian Roots and Violets. You can use equal parts of the herbs, or vary the proportions to suit your own needs.

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  • STIMULATING HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    A combination of any of these herbs can provide a wonderful lift at the end of a hectic day: Basil, Bay Leaves, Fennel, Marjoram, Rosemary, Sage, Savory, Thyme (sounds like an Italian meal), Peppermint, Nettle, Pine Needles (Pine Needles can be harvested from your Yule Tree, stripped and saved in a glass jar for later use), Lavender, Lemon Verbena, Calendula or Vetiver (Vetivert) Root.

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  • ACHY FEET HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    Almost all of us have had tired, achy feet at least once in our lives. Here are some herbs that make a marvelous foot bath, soak for 30 minutes or so, then talk someone into a foot massage - heaven on earth! Try Agrimony, Burdock, Lavender Flowers, Mustard Seeds, Sage, Witch Hazel and Wormwood.

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  • COLDS & CONGESTION HERBAL BATH RECIPE

    1/2 cup dried Thyme Leaves
    1 cup dried Sage Leaves
    1/4 cup dried Rosemary Leaves

    Place the blend in the center of a 12-inch by 24-inch cheesecloth, folded in half to make a 12-inch square piece. Tie the cloth's ends together, using a rubber band to secure. Place the sachet in a 2-quart pot (not aluminum or copper), and add 1.5 quarts of boiling water. Cover; steep for 1/2 hour. Add the infusion and the cheesecloth bag to the bathwater. Gently squeeze the sachet from time to time to release the herbal infusion into the bathwater.

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  • There are many other herbs that can be used. For instance, try adding a some Eucalyptus Leaves, Fennel and Horehound when you have a cold. Lovely fragrances can be obtained with Angelica Root, Bay Leaves, Cloves, Jasmine and Lavender Flowers, Lovage Root, Peppermint, Orange Leaves, flowers and peel, Patchouli, Pennyroyal, Rose Petals, Rosemary or Sandalwood. Be creative, come up with your own favorite combinations! You will find that an herbal bath, instead of a luxury, may well become a necessity.





    For more Herbal Recipes, return to index:

    MoonDragon's Health Therapy: Herbal Baths Index





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  • Catnip Herbal Products
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  • Comfrey Herbal Products
  • Fennel Herbal Products
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    AROMATHERAPY: ESSENTIAL OILS DESCRIPTIONS & USES


    Allspice Leaf Oil
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    Almond, Sweet Oil
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    St. Johns Wort Oil
    Sunflower Oil
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