Clarity Bath Tea
CLEAR the mind and SOOTHE the body!!
Our CLARITY bath tea blend creates one powerful potion in your bathtub (or foottub/sink)! Great for sore, achey muscles, brain fog, nasal and sinus congestion, and tension headaches (when used with other tension relief practices like intentional breathing, stretching, massaging sore muscles, etc). Featuring epsom salt, dried peppermint, rosemary, and eucalyptus, ginger root powder, and essential oils of peppermint, eucalyptus, rosemary, and cedarwood (atlas). Epsom salt, aka magnesium sulfate, is a naturally occuring mineral that is important for many systems in the body especially the muscles and nerves. It has long been added to baths with the belief that it helps relax muscles and draw out toxins. Ginger root powder is a wonderful tonic. It is believed by herbalists to ease inflammation, soothe sore muscles, stimulate circulation, and relieve headaches. Peppermint is a gentle, yet powerful herb, and beloved by many. It contains many vitamins and minerals, such as magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, potassium, and more. Some herbalists recommend peppermint for nausea driving from pregnancy and motion sickness. Often used for colds, peppermint is thought to be antimicrobial and effective against a range of bacterial, viral, and fungal infections. Rosemary may be a staple in hair care, but it's a lesser known fact that it is an herb prized for the mind. Herbalists believe it to help with mental clarity and focus, and may even aid in relieving headaches. Though it’s stimulating, rosemary was also thought to ease anxiety, depression, and tension in the muscles, as well as aiding in the healing of wounds. Believed to be antiseptic, antibacterial, and antifungal, rosemary was used historically in cleaning products, and is still added for its fresh earthy smell today. Eucalyptus is believed by herbalists to be antimicrobial and antibacterial, and studies are being done to support that, according to Medical News Today. Even those who are not familiar with herbal medicine are familiar with this plant's use during cold and flu season. Bundles of eucalyptus have been tied to many showerheads in hope of some relief for stuffy noses and sinus pressure. Eucalyptus may even stimulate the immune system! Cedarwood (atlas) is believed to support the respiratory system and aid in relieving headaches. It has a rich, woody aroma and is even thought to be an aphrodisiac! This is an oil that does have sustainability concerns, so we are careful of where we source from and use VERY sparingly, and exploring alternatives.
Directions: Add 1/4 cup of bath tea to reusable tea bag included. You can fill the rest of the tea bag with epsom salt or oats, or simply drop in bath as is. We recommend using a slipknot to make it easier to open after. Soak in bath for twenty minutes or until water is no longer hot. Make sure to drink plenty of water after taking baths! Especially this one, as the ginger root powder may have detox benefits. Also works great as a foot soak - use a tsp or two!
Ingredients: Epsom Salt, Peppermint, Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Ginger Root Powder, Essential Oils of Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Rosemary and Cedarwood (Atlas).
If you are taking anticoagulants, are pregnant, have high blood pressure or any serious health condition, talk to your doctor before using ginger root powder, even in a bath!
Disclaimer: The information on the uses of our ingredients in herbal medicine is intended for education and entertainment purposes only. It does not reflect the intended use of any product distributed by Rosies Apothecary LLC. Our products are not intended to cure, treat, or heal any conditions or diseases. We are not medical professionals and recommend consulting a medical professional about health concerns. Our only intention is to share the rich history of the ingredients we utilize in our products. Our products are meant to cleanse, moisturize, balance, and beautify cosmetically.
*It is recommended to do a patch test for any new product you use, for allergy reasons. Many of our products contain plants in the same family as ragweed, daisies, and asters and may irritate those with allergies to those plants.*