There are thermal waters that flow up from the ground in over a thousand places around Hungary. People seek out the unique mineral compositions of specific thermal springs, creating a strong water tradition and public bath culture.
I find that taking warm mineral-rich baths regularly to be one of the most helpful tools in managing pain.
With these two points of inspiration in mind I formulated this mineral soak to bring some magic, relaxation, and relief to your bath ritual.
Mineral rich salts and aromatic flowers come packed in a tall 8 oz jar. There is enough for a full strength bath. It can also be used in 3-4 foot baths. Just pour into warm, rather than overly hot, water.
magnesium flakes, epsom salt, pink himalayan salt, rose, cornflower, and some mica for a little shimmer
The plants are either certified organic, ethically wildcrafted by me, or homegrown with love and without chemicals.
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
returns cannot be accepted due to the small size of my operation and the nature of my products. Read the ingredients and test the product on a small patch of skin first. That said, if you are unhappy, let me know and I will try my best to help.
8 oz / 236 ml glass jar with metal lid
keep jar away from moisture, direct sunlight, and heat
In Hungary some of the thermal lakes and natural springs have not only spa complexes attached to them but also affiliated hospitals. Doctors prescribe particular waters to soak in for specified intervals to alleviate concerns from infertility to rheumatic pain or psoriasis, depending on the particular makeup of that pool.
Warm, Not Hot
The real deal in this mineral soak is the magnesium. To get the most of the magnesium in your bath, aim to keep the temperature under 100 degrees. The body is best at absorbing the magnesium below that temperature.
Signs of Magnesium Deficiency
Because of eating habits and deficient soil, many of us are deficient in magnesium without knowing it. Magnesium is unusual in that it can both be taken orally as a supplement or absorbed effectively through skin. Signs of needing more magnesium are fatigue, difficult sleeping, painful cramping, muscle aches or spasms, migraines, and a lower appetite.