Tuesday, November 10, 2015

All Natural Treats for your Feet

Windrose Aromatics
from Nutrition Pure and Simple with Information from Windrose Aromatics

Reviewed July 2016
All day you've been on your feet.  You're tired, hot and bothered - or cold and weary.   You get home and want to just sit.  But there remain important things you want to do: greet the kids, pet the dog, pay some bills, cuddle up with your spouse - well, you get the idea...

And you just don't feel like it.

Hold on!  Before you give up on the day, why not give Essential Oils a chance?  Just a few minutes soaking your feet in nature's magical, calming, refreshing oils can relax you and redeem the evening.

You deserve it.

Here are the easy basics:
You need a small tub, large enough for your feet, filled with water.  Stir in essential oils.  Place the tub on the floor, just in front of your favorite couch or chair.  Put your feet in the tub, sit down, lean back, close your eyes and relax.

After soaking wrap your feet in a large towel.  Relax for another 5 or 10 minutes.

Three Foot Soak ideas:
  1. For a soothing, stress-release foot bath, use very warm to hot water.  Add to the water: 12 drops marjoram, 2 drops lemongrass, 6 drops cedarwood.  Soak your feet for 20 minutes.
  2.  For a reviving, fortifying foot bath use very cold to icy water.  Add to the water: 10 drops pine, 5 drops peppermint, 5 drops rosemary.  Soak  feet for 5 minutes.
  3.  For a healing cleansing foot bath use tepid to warm water.  Add to the water: 8 drops lemon, 8 drops eucalyptus, 8 drops tea tree.  Soak your feet for 15 to 20 minutes
Use Essential Oils for tired feet to perk up a tired you.  You will be refreshed and ready to enjoy the rest of the day.

Aromatherapy Companion Pack
Hint:  the Aromatherapy Companion Pack has Lavender, Peppermint, Tea Tree, Rosemary and Eucalyptus in a travel bag ready for you - including more ways to use these 100% pure and Genuine Essential Oils.

And you will love the smells too!

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.