SALT AND SODA DETOX BATH
SALT AND SODA DETOX BATH
Safely rid the body of radiation, pesticides, dangerous chemicals
We live in a toxic soup: Electromagnetic radiations, toxic chemicals, toxic foods, de-energized and toxic water, toxic people spewing toxic thoughts and feelings all over the place. What really works to bring us back to life and re-invigorate our healing powers is a good old-fashioned therapeutic bath.
Therapeutic baths were used for over fifty years by naturalist Hazel Parcells who found them to be particularly effective for helping safely rid the body of radiation, pesticides, and other dangerous chemicals. The underlying scientific principle is: "the weak will draw from the strong."
Since some sixty-five percent of body cleansing is accomplished through the skin, in a hot bath toxins are drawn out of the body to the skin. As the water cools toxins are then expelled from the skin into the water and down the drain. In other words, the purification is brought about by the simple nature that the weak (cool water) energy draws from the strong (body heated by the hot water).
Parcells strongly advocated therapeutic baths to her hundreds and hundreds of clients as a simple, yet powerful way of strengthening the body. Salt and soda was the primary recipe for addressing any amount of exposure to radiation, X rays, air travel, pesticides, smog, environmental chemicals, and even heavy, negative-laden emotional environments that seem to stick to us long after we've left them. Parcells would use the bath for general muscle aches, mild nausea, fatigue, headaches, slight dizziness, the discomforts of jet lag, or general feelings of imbalance.
TRY THIS: The salt and soda bath is easy to do. For the average person, Parcells would recommend a pound of sea salt or rock salt (MORTON's Canning and Pickling Salt) and a pound of baking soda in a tub of water as hot as you can stand it. To get the full benefit, one would stay in the bath till it cools. Parcells would also recommend sipping a concoction of a half teaspoon of sea salt and a quarter teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of warm water.
When you finish, gently towel dry and sleep well that night. Maybe try the bath again the next night or later in the week if you feel it would help. If you feel the need to shower, wait at least eight hours.
You might also drop energy smoothing essential oil in the water.
Other Detox Baths:
- 1 cup Clorox Bleach - in a full tub of hot water - stay til it cools. For Heavy Metals, Fungus, pollution, toxins...
- (Use for FOODS too: 1/2 teaspoon Clorox Bleach in a gallon of water 15 minutes or more, then in regular water 10 minutes.)
- 1 cup Epsom Salt - for stiff joints, sore muscles, stressed-out.
- 2 cups Apple Cider Vinegar in medium hot bath - for itchy skin, vaginal problems...
- 2 cups Baking Soda in hot water bath...