It might seem odd that a foot soak can be reinvigorating, but it can be.

They give you a reason to take some time to relax and reset after a challenging day. With the right blend of herbs, a foot soak will soothe achy feet and help you feel refreshed.

What You Need:

  • 5g of dried organic peppermint leaf
  • 5g of dried organic Lemon Balm leaf
  • 5g of dried organic Rose petals
  • 5g of dried organic Rosemary leaf
  • 200g of Epsom salts
  • A large bowl
  • Hot water
  • Sealed container
  • Container big enough to fit both feet

Foot Soak Herbal Recipe – What To Do:

  1. Mix the dried herbs in a large bowl.
  2. Add and stir through the Epsom salts.
  3. Put the mixed dried herbs and Epsom salts into your sealed container.
  4. Place ½ cup to 1 cup of the mixture into a container that will fit both of your feet.
  5. Add enough hot water to the container that it will cover your feet. Make the water hot but not too hot to avoid burns.
  6. Sit down and soak your feet for at least 30 minutes.

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