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Stimulating Bath Blend: by Rosemary Gladstar (I make this in batches and put a portion in a herbal bath bag, tie it onto the bathtub nozzle. Turn on the hot water and make your tub into a large herbal infusion - then run enough cold water to bring the tub to your desired temperature)

3 parts peppermint
2 parts calendula
1 part bay leaf and/or eucalyptus
1 part rosemary
1 part sage)

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Oh how wonderful a soak in the tub would feel right now! : )
A Relaxing Bath Blend, also by Rosemary Gladstar, is another favorite of mine to make in bulk so I have it ready when I need it.

2 parts chamomile
2 parts lavender
2 parts roses
1 part comfrey leaves.

Note: for my personal use I omit the chamomile, due to my ragweed allergies.
This is perfect!! Thanks Ang!
wish i had some now!
Wow! This may be my next project!
This will be my next project...Starting tonight. Thank you so much for posting.
This will make nice gifts for this Christmas--thanks for sharing
this looks sooooo good!!! thnaks :)
I just made up some more of the relaxing blend today - some for the bath and some to put out as potpourri!

An inexpensive but decadent treat on a cold winter's night :)

Basic Salt Scrub
A basic scrub uses the proportion of 1 part oil to 2 parts salt.

Example:
1 cup fine sea salt
1/2 cup of oil (Sweet almond, Coconut, Apricot Kernel, Avocado, Olive, Rice Bran) Combine salt and oil and add your favorite scent.

NOTE: For a more enriching scrub: Substitute Evening Primrose or Jojoba or oil as part of your base oil up to 10 percent. Vitamin E may be added up to 1 percent.

Totally Love this Idea! 

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