Make a home remedy to eliminate toxins from your feet. Ancient medicine and healing modalities have shown us time and again that modern medicine only solves part of the equation. There are many easy ways to stay healthy naturally; all it takes is a little extra effort. Detoxification remedies, from fasting to foot bathing, excite us to share them with you for a happier and healthier life…
Here is How to Make a Home Remedy to Eliminate Toxins from the Feet:
What You Will Need?
Epsom Salt: A distilled salt of water rich in minerals, Epsom salt is widely used as a product of beauty and well-being. It is also widely acclaimed as a legitimate treatment for arthritis, joint pain, skin disorders and sore muscles. There is some research that shows that Epsom salts have antibacterial and antifungal properties.
Sodium Bicarbonate: Speaking of toxins, bicarbonate sodium bicarbonate sodium bicarbonate can remove them rapidly and effectively way. In addition to eliminating toxins, sodium bicarbonate is a known remedy to treat sore feet and eliminate foot odor. Dr. Oz, in a television space dedicated to foot care, discusses the benefits of sodium bicarbonate extensively.
Castor Oil: The castor oil is rich in minerals, vitamin E and unsaturated fatty acids. In other words, it is wonderful to pamper your feet. In addition, castor oils contain potent antibacterial and antifungal properties. Medicinally, castor oil is widely used as a treatment for athlete’s foot.
Water: No antitoxin would be complete without water. Consumed internally, water hydrates the skin in a way that no other synthesized chemical can. Externally, when we soak the feet, the water moisturizes the skin and opens the pores. This last mechanism is important for the correct absorption of the other three ingredients of this list
Here is a Breakdown of Quantities of Each Ingredient that You will Need for the Recipe to Detoxify Your Feet and How to Prepare it:
“How Much Do You Need?”
- Castor oil: 10 drops
- 2 tablespoons baking soda
- 2 tablespoons Epson salt
- Water: 5 to 6 liters
How Do I Prepare It?
- Pour the five or six liters of water into a container.
- Add baking soda, castor oil and Epsom salt.
- Mix the ingredients a little.
After mixing all the ingredients, soak your feet for approximately 20 to 30 minutes. Wipe your feet with a towel and go! In addition to helping to cleanse our body of toxins, foot baths are a great way to relax after a long day.
“Warm water moisturizes the skin, calms the muscles and helps relieve pain”.
All the ingredients included in this foot soak recipe strengthen or provide additional benefits to a traditional hot water foot soak.
A Quick Note about Baking Soda
Baking soda is one of the most versatile products ever manufactured. (Seriously, if you don’t know, type “uses for baking soda” in a Google search.)
That Said, Sodium Bicarbonate:
- It should not be consumed (used internally) by women who are nursing or pregnant; the same for children under five and those sensitive to sodium.
- It should not be available to young children.
- It should not be applied or consumed more than three consecutive days. If the product causes an unforeseen side effect, discontinue use immediately.
Possible Side Effects of Sodium Bicarbonate Include:
- Difficulty breathing
- Frequent need to urinate
- Frequent headaches
- Frequent loss of appetite
- Humor changes
- Muscle pain and / or fasciculations
- Nervousness or restlessness
- Swollen feet or calves
- Unpleasant taste
- Unusual tiredness or weakness
On Drugs.com, people experience sodium bicarbonate side effects « very rarely when this medication is taken as recommended; they may be more likely to occur if taken: in large doses, for a long time, or by patients with kidney disease.