Musings, Recipes, & Wellness

Sea Salt Bath Soak DIY

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Sea Salt Bath Soak DIY

  The combinations to make a sea salt bath soak are endless. In the recipe below we are using pink himalayan salt, sea salt, orange peel, lavender, and a few drops of essential oils. Ingredients Sea Salt (coarse or fine) 4tbs Himalayan Salt 3tbs Dired Orange Peel 1tbs Lavender Buds 2tbs Lavender or Eucalyptus Essential Oil 4drops Small Jar Directions If you are using essential oils mix a couple drops into the sea salt before following the rest of the directions. 1. Layer half the sea salt into the jar. 2. Layer half of the lavender buds on top of...

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Night Beauty

Night Beauty

I don’t remember making a conscious decision for what I am about to describe. All I know is that I wanted to be outside under the full moon, and I thought drumming might be fun. I haven’t beat the drum in a long time. I’ve only danced to it. But as I sat there in the crisp blue glow something happened. The moon, and the earth, and the drum lulled me into a place I was not expecting or trying to go. I had started just beating a rhythm, it was deep and grounding and my thoughts were empty. And...

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Natural Massage Bar Recipe

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Natural Massage Bar Recipe

Hello Everybody!       Here is a massage bar recipe that is similar to my natural lotion bar recipe but glides on a little smoother for massage. If you use lotion bars you are probably a big fan of them. Lotion bars last a long time, they contain no water so they need no preservatives, and they are great for travel, for kids, for the car, or to keep by the kitchen sink. These massage bars are similar to lotion bars only you can add essential oils for aches and pains, injury, arthritis, or relaxation. .      Add...

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Osha Root Honey

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Osha Root Honey

When it comes to healing the the respiratory system, battling winter chest colds, and warding off deep chest coughs osha root is a master healer.

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Green Beauty

Green Beauty

Green beauty has its roots deep in the ancient wisdom of herbal lore and its blossoms in the light of modern day plant science. This movement in the beauty and skincare industry towards herbs, plants, living foods, and natural ingredients is the movement away from chemicals and towards the green world of plants. And although the “green beauty movement” is fairly new (in the past twenty years or so), green beauty itself is an old practice spanning the centuries of herbalism. There is ancient wisdom in using the plants that grow in the forests and fields for healing. This wisdom...

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