Soothing Tea Bath Recipe

Posted by Janelle Carriere on

What better time to have a steamy relaxing bath than a cold night in January? This month we're honouring stillness and connecting to our ancient roots. One of my favourite ways to One of my favourite ways to slow down, unwind, and invite stillness into my life is a nice relaxing bath... 

Now, we've heard of bubble baths and baths full of epsom salts and even dead sea salts... but have you heard of a tea bath? Herbal teas not only have amazing benefits for your internal body, but also for your external body: your skin! Next time you run yourself a hot steamy bath, try turning it into a Tea Bath.

How to Prepare a Tea Bath:

Start by brewing a strong cup of tea on the stove. Simmer one tablespoon of herbal tea in 2 cups of water on the stovetop for 8-10 minutes. Safely strain the tea water.

(This is a decoction: simmered teas that are perfect for extracting the properties of hard roots, dried berries, barks, and seeds. They are much stronger in flavour than herbal infusions and also more concentrated)

Our favourite tea to use for Tea Baths is Nirvana, an organic Lemongrass Chamomile blend from Misty Mountain Tea located in Toronto, Ontario. It's refreshing and light with hints of lemon, apple, and chamomile. 

You can use any herbal tea you want though! Our Tea of the Month at The Healing Muse Apothecary is a deep blue tea named Atlantis. Using this tea in your tea bath would surely transport you to the deep blue city of Atlantis... Plus, when you purchase any size bag of loose leaf Atlantis tea in the apothecary, you'll get a free cup of tea or coffee during your visit! 

Next, to safely add essential oils like Frankincense to this tea bath blend, add 5 drops of Frankincense (or your favourite blend of oils) to 1 tablespoon of honey and mix into the tea decoction.

Run your bath as usual and pour your tea decoction in!

To soften and condition the bath water even more, add 2 tablespoons of baking soda and 1/2 cup of Epsom Salts (or Dead Sea Salts).

We have Epsom Salts available at the Healing Muse Apothecary HERE. Choose between Unscented or a wide variety of pre-blended aromas including Lavender, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Rosemary, and many more! 

Rose Petal Bath Salt Soak

 

For an extra special touch, you can add rose petals or lavender buds to the bath...

We blend a beautiful Goddess Love Himalayan Bath Salt combination at the apothecary. It's a blend of Rosewood, Rose, Lavender, and specialty aromatic resins with a Jojoba Oil base. F

resh rose petals make this the best bath salt creation for awakening your inner Goddess and giving her the deep, passionate love she deserves.

 

There you have it! Everything you need to have a most magical bath experience... who needs a spa when you have these tools at your fingertips. 

 

If you try this recipe, please let us know! We love to hear from you.

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