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Mustard seed foot bath
Hot water poured on bruised black mustard seeds makes a stimulating foot bath and helps to fight off a cold or dispel a headache. 356.0
Ingredients:
Mustard *
Additions: Lavender or lemon oil
Recipe Instructions: Bath :Bruise or coarsely crush mustard seeds. Add to foot bath with essential oils of choice.
Source: Grieve, Maud Mrs. "A Modern Herbal Vol II" (1931) Adele Dawson "Herbs: Partners in Life," (2000)

Tags and Uses for this Remedy

  • Allergies :The causes and cures for allergies vary widely, as do the herbs that will work best for each individual.
  • Colds : Be prepared for the cold and flu season by stocking your herbal medicine chest with a ready supply of herbs.
  • Congestion :Congestion in the airways, lungs, sinus and chest makes breathing difficult and being sick even more miserable
  • Cough :Homemade cough syrups and herbal medicine teas make use of simple ingredients like honey and lemon infused with healing herbs.
  • Fatigue :The first step in treating fatigue is recognize what factors in your life are making you drained and depleted and be willing to make the needed lifestyle changes. Most of us are working too hard, under too much stress, not getting enough sleep and not taking the self-renewing time for ourselves we need.
  • Foot Care :Aromatherapy foot powders and sprays to keep your feet sweet smelling and eliminate odor-causing bacteria.
  • Headache/Migraine :Headaches can be triggered by a variety of factors, such as muscle tension, fatigue and emotional upsets.
  • Pain Relief :Herbal remedies can bring blessed relief without having to resort to pain killers.
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