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Bath Salts For Tired Muscles

Use this to revitalize your tired muscles:


  • 1 cup sea salt
  • 1 cup baking soda
  • 1 cup inexpensive shampoo


    Fill a bathtub half full of warm water. Pour the ingredients into the tub, then add more water, swirling it around with your hand to spread out the bubbles. Now indulge and enjoy.

    By joesgirl

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By guest (Guest Post)
January 8, 20051 found this helpful

Please know that almost all inexpensive as well as

the more expensive brands of shampoo are highly detergent because they are made to clean hair which is more oily than other body parts.

Most detergents are too strong for the more delicate

body parts, and are likely to cause irritation at the very least. Tender muscous membranes are

not meant to be dealing with these strong detergents

expecially in a long soaking process. I think you'd

be better off just using the salts, baking soda, and

perhaps some dry skimmed milk if you're wanting

to sooth tired, aching muscles. All the shampoo is

going to add is bubbles. The added milk will make

your skin as soft as silk.

Sorry to burst anyone's bubbles. :)

Julia in Orlando, FL

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