Essential Oil Soothing Soak for Sore Muscles Recipe has anti-inflammatory properties that will bring immediate pain relief.
Got worn out and achy muscles? Is your body and muscle feeling stiff and tight after an never-ending chores on the homestead, arduous sports practice or exercise at the gym?
Here is a quick and simple do-it-yourself full body soak for some much needed soothing relief from tired and sore muscles.
One and one-half cups of Epsom Salt
One-half cup of Pink Himalayan Salt or Coarse Sea Salt
One-half cup of Baking Soda
Differnt Combanations Mild, Meduim and Strong – choose below recipe
These essential oils are known to provide soothing relief for muscle pains
5 drops Tea Tree, 5 drops Wintergreen, 5 drops Ginger and 5 drops Spearmint – Extra Strong
5 drops Wintergreen, 5 drops Rosemary and 5 drops Peppermint – Strong
5 drops Spearmint, 3 drops Lavender and 3 drops Ginger – Meduim
3 drops Eucalyptus, 3 drops Lavender and 2 drops Rosemary – Mild
Wintergreen essential oil – (Buy here from Amazon)
Rosemary essential oil – (Buy here from Amazon)
Peppermint essential oil – (Buy here from Amazon)
Spearmint essential oil – (Buy here from Amazon)
Lavender essential oil – (Buy here from Amazon)
Ginger essential oil – (Buy here from Amazon)
Eucalyptus essential oil – (Buy here from Amazon)
1. Combine the Epsom salt, sea salt, and the baking soda together. Mix the ingredients well.
2. Add six to eight drops of your choice of essential oil. In my case, I used Peppermint essential oil and I absolutely loved it!
3. Transfer the sports soak mixture in a large airtight glass mason jar for storage.
4. You may put a label on the jar.
** How to Use the Sports Soak Mixture:
This Essential Oil Soothing Soak for Sore Muscles Recipe contains essential oil recommended for tired and sore muscles.
For a muscle pain relief and fabulous relaxation solution, just add one cup of the sports soak into your bath water.
Aside from the sore muscle relief, this sports soak also offers a detoxifying effect so you feel rejuvenated and refreshed after a long and exhausting day.