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Using Mineral Sea Salt Soak for Sitz Baths

 
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Valley Cottage, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/10/2013 -- A sitz bath is also known as a hip bath. It is done by filling a bath up to the hips and sitting in it. This relieves discomfort in the lower area of the body for issues such as hemorrhoids, uterine cramps, inflammatory bowel disease, and more by increasing blood flow to the area. They can be combined with Epsom salts or baking soda, but sea salt is the best to add to a sitz bath. While Epsom salts are man-made and composed of magnesium sulfate, sea salts are all natural and have magnesium as well as calcium, potassium, and other essential minerals that ease muscle tension and relieve pain.

Bath Path’s Lavender Mineral Sea Salt Soak is the perfect ingredient to include in a sitz bath. These sea salts are 100% natural and are sourced from the Mediterranean Sea, a source of a lot of essential nutrients. The sea salt works in conjunction with the water to increase circulation of blood throughout the body, stimulates the release of toxins, relieve stress, ease aches, pains, and sore muscles, and refreshes and cleans skin. Including mineral sea salt and vitamin E oil into a sitz bath will increase the overall therapeutic effect of the bath and ease tension and pain.

New mom Danielle Favreau used the Bath Path’s Lavender Mineral Sea Salt for health and healing. She used the sea salts for her sitz bath and was thrilled with the results. Danielle loved the fact that the Mineral Sea Salt Soak was made of all natural ingredients, better than cheaper products where the ingredients are synthetic or laced with chemicals. She used the sea salts to heal wounds, with the sea salts and water promoting healing, the vitamin E working as an antioxidant, and the lavender as an agent to combat inflammation for the ultimate in therapy and health.

Bath Path supplies natural bath products for men and women including Lavender Sea Salt Soak from the Mediterranean Sea that brings in countless health benefits to the body.