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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by IMC247: 8:48am On Mar 28, 2020

New research from The University of Edinburgh suggests that a simple sea salt water solution could help to reduce the symptoms of the common cold.

Once an old wives tale, this homemade remedy has shown to shorten the length and even effects of a cold by two days. The simple hack has also been shown to reduce the need for over the counter medication by a third.

The study is still in early stages of research with more tests needed to provide conclusive data. Experts have suggested however, that if verified further, the method could be a cost-effective treatment that can supplement conventional medication in order to speed up the recovery process.

The average person will suffer from 2 to 4 colds every year, which can be amplified by job stress, so the need for a rapid recovery is essential. Additionally, families with school-age children can contract up to 12 colds annually. Despite its commonality and minor, short-lived symptoms, there is no treatment for the common cold, which has had a substantial impact on the economy due to time off work.

How was the study conducted?

The Edinburgh study recruited healthy adults within two days of them contracting an upper respiratory tract infection, or the common cold. Participants in the trial kept a diary of their symptoms for up to two weeks and swabs were collected by doctors to measure the amount of cold virus they were carrying throughout the time period.

The participants were divided into two sample groups with one side being asked to gargle and clear their nose with a salt solution as and when they felt necessary.

The results, which were published in Scientific Reports, concluded that those who did perform the nasal cleansing and gargling with the salty solution had a shorter cold, were less likely to pass the cold on to their family, had faster viral clearance and recovery time, and were less likely to use over the counter medication.

So what is actually happening? The researchers suggest that sea salt may work by “boosting cells’ antiviral defence that kicks in when they are affected by a cold.” With that said, more tests are underway and the team have now started a larger study, involving the use of saltwater nose drops in almost 500 children with colds.


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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by IMC247: 1:31pm On May 07, 2020

Fun fact: it’s believed that somewhere during the course of evolution, we emerged from the ocean to become land dwellers. And some people have said that this is why our bodies contain the same concentration of minerals and nutrients as the sea itself.

That means that those same minerals that are so prevalent in natural sea salt can also help balance and restore the body when we’re feeling dry, achy, or run down. And those benefits are most noticeable in our skin.

When your skin’s out of balance, things like dryness and irritation can be hard to get rid of. But adding sea salt to your beauty regimen can help boost hydration, strengthen the skin’s moisture barrier, and kick-start the cell-to-cell communication that slows down with age, making you feel, and possibly even look, younger.

Sea salt has been utilized in various cultural practices for generations for the treatment of *skin rashes, including eczema, fungal rashes, and psoriasis, and as therapy for aging skin and rheumatic conditions.*

There are various ways you can use sea salt therapeutically: take a dip in the ocean, soak in a salt-infused bath, or, my personal favorite, *apply salt directly to the skin in the form of a body scrub. Salt is a wonderful exfoliant that softens skin, gets rid of flakiness, and infuses the upper layers of skin with vitamins and minerals.*

*You can even add other ingredients like aloe vera to heal and protect, coconut oil to soothe redness and balance moisture, leaving you with a well-rounded scrub that does it all.*


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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by IMC247: 5:05am On Jun 07, 2020
“The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea.”

— Isak Dinesen

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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by BlackSeedOil: 7:38am On Jul 13, 2020

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 75 million American adults have high blood pressure — that’s one in every three. Though medications are available to treat high blood pressure, a healthy diet is the most effective defense. A diet high in sodium is thought to increase the risk of high blood pressure, a major cause of heart disease and stroke.

*Heart Healthy Foods to Add to Your Diet*

It’s worth explaining the difference between sodium and salt — salt is mostly sodium, a mineral that occurs naturally in foods. Sodium is the substance that may cause your blood pressure to increase. MSG (monosodium glutamate), found in many popular processed foods, is an example of sodium added to food. According to the American Heart Association, when you eat too much salt, which contains sodium, your body holds extra water to "wash" the salt from your body. In some people, this may cause blood pressure to rise.

One of the biggest culprits of high salt is packaged instant noodles. They typically take no more than two or three minutes to prepare, making them easy for students and working adults alike looking for a quick and easy meal. However, the seasoning packets often contain an excessive amount of salt, which you should be on the lookout for if dealing with high blood pressure. According to a study published in the U.S. National Library of Medicine, increased instant noodle consumption was associated with cardiometabolic risk factors, which include high blood pressure. The research was based off participants in South Korea, which has the highest per capita instant noodle consumption in the world.

If you have high blood pressure, work closely with your doctor to modify your diet to prevent the negative health consequences it can cause. A good place to start is with this list of more foods you should be avoiding that are sending your blood pressure through the roof.
Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by BlackSeedOil: 10:38am On Aug 10, 2020

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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by IMC247: 3:51pm On Aug 30, 2020

*Coconut Oil For Face*

Many cleansers on the market today are made with harsh chemicals that strip the skin of its natural oils, which often leads to skin issues such as acne and clogged pores. Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth.

Coconut oil is also known for its anti-aging properties. Coconut oil has anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.

*Coconut Oil For Body*

Not only is coconut oil used as a moisturizer for your face, it is also an amazing moisturizer for your body. Coconut oil is known for its anti-oxidant properties and as such it has been used to treat various skin ailments such as eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis. Coconut oil can help to restore the skin’s natural PH levels thus leaving it silky and smooth.

*Coconut Oil For Hair*

The benefits of coconut oil aren’t just for the skin. Your hair can also benefit from this amazing natural oil. It has been known as a savior for dry, parched hair for years. Coconut oil can penetrate inside the hair shaft better than other oils because of its fatty acid structure and low molecular weight. Regular use of coconut oil on the hair not only nourishes your dry strands but also strengthens and protects, thus reducing protein loss and damage due to styling and coloring.

*Coconut Oil For Bath*

Coconut oil doesn’t have to be applied directly to the skin in order to fully reap its benefits. It can also be used as part of your regular bath time routine. Adding coconut oil to your bath water will help to moisturize your skin from head to toe. The result after your bath is skin that is soft, supple and revitalized.

*Coconut Oil For Relaxation*

Coconut oil is also known for its relaxation benefits, especially in the form of massage. It acts as an effective moisturizer while the exotic coconut scent relaxes your senses. Because the skin easily absorbs coconut oil, it is a great choice as massage oil. A massage with coconut oil can also help to soothe and relax tight muscles in the body.

The recent rise in popularity of coconut oil is mainly due to the fact that it is a natural beauty product. Many women are moving away from chemical laden products and turning to natural ingredients for a more natural skincare routine.


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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by BlackSeedOil: 1:55pm On Sep 19, 2020
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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by BlackSeedOil: 4:47pm On Nov 05, 2020
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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by BlackSeedOil: 2:56am On Jan 03, 2021

Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by IMC247: 9:43am On Mar 09, 2021
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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by BlackSeedOil: 6:34pm On May 06, 2021
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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by WartBumpKeloid: 9:00am On Jun 21, 2021
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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by IMC247: 7:53am On Aug 23, 2021
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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by Blacksoap(m): 8:13pm On Nov 10, 2021
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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by IMC247: 3:01pm On Jan 23, 2022

Scrub some raw sea salt on your body after a bath. Leave it on for a few seconds. Rinse. This will remove negative thoughts, repel evil forces and attract good fortunes.

Sea salt is mined from underground deposits of SEAs, dried lakes. Since this salt is pure, it is used in spiritual cleasing to destroy negative forces, spells and evil spirits.

*“The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea.”*
— Isak Dinesen

Remember, for best result, you must use raw pure sea salt still with impurities!

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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by IMC247: 6:36am On May 02, 2022

Have you ever noticed that your skin gets much better after some time spent at the sea? Guess why!

Many people notice skin improvements whenever they are on vacation and go for a swim in the sea or ocean. Even cuts, grazes, rashes, eczema, and psoriasis, warts heal faster. How is that possible?

Our bodies contain the same concentration of minerals and nutrients as seawater does. Amazing, isn’t it? Therefore, it’s no surprise that sea salt is good for our health – especially for our skin. It is packed with skin-loving minerals like magnesium, calcium, and potassium. It absorbs the toxins in the body and on the surface of the skin, including acne-causing bacteria, and works to treat infections and speed up the healing process.

Sea salt benefits for skin:

- Sea salt can fight acne-causing bacteria.
- It restores the skin’s natural pH balance.
- It detoxifies the body.
- It provides vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that the skin needs to stay clear and healthy.
- Sea salt exfoliates to remove impurities that clog pores and promote new skin growth.
- It promotes blood circulation.
- It restores the skin’s natural oil balance.
- It can prevent skin infections.

Can you also use normal table salt as an acne treatment?
No! The difference between sea salt and ordinary salt is the mineral content: Sea salt is filled with important minerals like magnesium, calcium, sodium, and potassium, which all play a key role in our skin’s health.

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Method 1: Sea salt face wash

Mix 1 tablespoon of the sea salt with 1 cup of distilled or boiled water (you can also add a few drops of oil like coconut or lavender).
Pour it in a spray bottle and spray it on your skin.
Massage in a circular motion for a few minutes.
Rinse with water and pat dry.
Repeat daily for the best results.

Method 2: Sea salt mask

Mix equal amounts of sea salt with water and make a paste.
Wash face with warm water to open the pores.
Apply the sea salt paste on acne-affected skin with fingers tips.
Massage gently in a circular motion for a few minutes.
Leave on for 15 minutes and rinse with warm water.
Again rinse with cool water to close the pores and pat dry.
Apply moisturizer and repeat twice a week.

Method 3: Sea salt for pimples and spots

Make a thick paste of sea salt and water and apply it on pimples or individual spots. This dries them up and brings them to the surface more quickly. Let the sea salt paste stay on your skin for 15 minutes and then wash your face with water.

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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by Blacksoap(m): 3:22pm On Jun 10, 2022
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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by Blacksoap(m): 1:08pm On Jul 28, 2022

Sea salt can work as an energetic cleanser and as an amplifier of other spiritual tools (such as bay leaves). Thus, adding sea salt to any bay leaf ritual can make the practice even more powerful.

You might try placing bowls of sea salt dotted with bay leaves in every room of your home. In addition, you could take a bay leaf bath: add a cup of Sea Salt to your bath water, and throw in a few bay leaves. The sea salt and leaves will work together to create an energetically cleansing and recharging bath, and you’ll get a delicious-smelling, spiritual spa-like experience.


Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by WartBumpKeloid: 3:25am On Sep 15, 2022


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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by WartBumpKeloid: 5:10pm On Jan 03, 2023
6 "Bad" Fruits You Should Be Eating

Are all fruits good for you or should you limit certain fruits.

Whether you want to lose weight, monitor your blood sugar levels or simply look out for your health, you may have a running mental list of off-limits foods. While many people reach for more fruit to improve their health, some may skip certain types, fearing they will sabotage their wellness goals.

Thankfully, there's no need to avoid eating whole fruits, despite some having a bad reputation for being too sugary. Here at EatingWell, we believe all fruits fit into a healthy eating pattern, and there are too many benefits to ward them off entirely.

Is Fruit Sugar Bad for You?

It's common knowledge that added sugar can be harmful in excessive amounts; however, that refers to different types of sugars, like sucrose. Fruits contain natural sugars called fructose, and the difference between natural sugars and added sugars can be confusing. Research published in 2021 in Nutrients shows that eating fruit sugars isn't anything to worry about, even for people with diabetes. If you have diabetes, you must talk with your medical team and dietitian about balancing your meals to best support your blood sugars and overall health.

Fruits are generous in good-for-you nutrients that outmatch their natural sugar content. Dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, polyphenols and phytonutrients give them the power to help combat inflammation and disease, support weight management, boost mental health and enhance immune health.

6 "Bad" Fruits You Should Eat

We hope this list redeems these six "bad" fruits and that you consider incorporating them into your diet.

1. Watermelon

As one of the heaviest fruits out there, this mouthwatering summertime staple offers many must-have nutrients. Watermelon is chock-full of antioxidants like lycopene which is responsible for its pinkish-red color. Lycopene is a carotenoid that your body can't make on its own and must get from outside sources. Moreover, according to a 2020 article in Nutrients, lycopene is one of the most potent anti-inflammatory nutrients that offer protection against developing diseases. Research suggests lycopene helps guard the body against cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

Potassium and calcium are also in reasonable amounts in watermelon; if you need one more reason to eat it, 1 cup of diced watermelon offers a half cup of water, per the USDA. Bursting with lots of flavors when bought in season, you can enjoy the hydrating fruit in raw form with a squeeze of lime or in a Watermelon & Arugula Salad.

2. Oranges

Oranges are infamously known as the go-to source of vitamin C, and rightfully so since a medium-sized orange (154 grams) offers nearly 100% of the recommended daily allowance (RDA), per the USDA. Vitamin C is not just a vitamin but also an antioxidant that science, such as a 2017 publication in Nutrients, says protects against harmful pathogens that cause diseases by keeping them from entering the skin. Vitamin C protects the body from oxidative stress and inflammation, which can wreak havoc on your health. That said, vitamin C serves as an immune defender. Furthermore, the sweet juicy fruit is a good source of dietary fiber to keep you full for longer, vitamin A to support vision health and is a natural source of folate for brain and nerve health. Opt for whole oranges over orange juice to reap its fiber benefits. Our Cinnamon Orange recipe might be just what you need for a plant-based treat.

3. Mangoes

Known as the "king of fruits" and harvested by 60% of the world, mangoes are rich in vitamins A, C, potassium, folate and fiber. In addition, you'll find an impressive amount of polyphenols, natural compounds found in produce, tea and chocolate that favorably influence health by improving blood pressure, inflammation, cardiovascular health and insulin resistance, per a 2022 review in the Journal of Food Biochemistry. You'll get plenty of carotenoids, including beta-carotene and lutein, which give mangoes their vibrant yellow-orange shade. Mangoes offer a smooth, sweet and tropical flavor sure to awaken your tastebuds. Fun fact—thanks to the delicious taste of mangoes, they're the most popular dessert across the globe. Bring the tropics to your kitchen with this Mango & Spinach Smoothie recipe.

4. Pineapples

Who needs an air plug-in when you have fruit? Another popular tropical fruit, pineapples, infuse the air with their sweet aroma as soon as they're cut open. Some people may falsely believe in avoiding pineapple because of its sweetness. However, pineapples are just as nutritious as they are succulent and can fit into any healthy eating plan (as long as you're not allergic). Like mangoes, pineapples pack an impressive punch of polyphenols to create a safeguard against inflammation, per a 2020 review in Food Research International. Brimming with vitamin C, one cup of pineapple gets you very close to reaching 100% of the RDA, according to the USDA. Not only are they full of antioxidants, but folate, potassium and calcium, too. Another perk of pineapples is that they contain an enzyme called bromelain, which helps your gut with digestion. You can master adding more pineapple to your life by blending fresh pineapple into a smoothie, using it to make slaw, or whipping up this Vegan Frozen Pineapple & Coconut Yogurt Bark.

Related: Is It Safe to Eat the Core of a Pineapple?

5. Bananas

Often feared for their carbs, bananas are an inexpensive fruit that's available year-round and highly versatile. Here's why you should eat bananas for more than just their high potassium content. According to a 2021 review in Frontiers in Oncology, bananas provide bioactive compounds—including carotenoids, phenolics and phytosterols that promote good health by preventing disease. Studies in this review report these bioactive components give bananas an advantage against multiple types of cancers and may show potential for cancer prevention and therapy. Unripe bananas are an excellent source of resistant starch, a prebiotic fiber that feeds the healthy bacteria in your gut for digestive health. You can energize your busy mornings with this easy Banana Oatmeal recipe.

6. Grapes

Grapes draw our "bad fruits" list to a close because they're often vilified for their sugar content, but grapes are not an enemy. In fact, if you skip adding grapes to your shopping cart, you're likely missing out on their health-supporting vitamin K and potassium benefits, per the USDA. Plus, grapes have quercetin and resveratrol, which may lower your chances of atherosclerosis when plaque builds up in your arteries, disrupting blood flow. Lastly, grapes contain small amounts of lutein and zeaxanthin, carotenoids that protect your vision, per a 2022 article in Nutrients. While greens grapes provide good nutrition, red grapes and grapes dark in color are the highest in antioxidants due to anthocyanins which give them their bold pigments. Reach for a mix of sweet and savory flavors with this Massaged Kale Salad with Grapes & Cheddar.

The Bottom Line

Unless you're allergic to fruit, it generally isn't necessary to avoid eating certain types. Without a doubt, the only "bad" fruits in existence are rotten fruits that should be thrown out. Still, each of these six fruits can make a sweet part of a healthy, balanced diet.
Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by Blacksoap(m): 4:18am On Mar 27, 2023

- Aloe Vera
- Garlic
- Chamomile
- Tumeric
- Honey
- Nuts/Seeds
- Cabbage Juice
- Black Seed Oil

Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by Blacksoap(m): 5:38pm On Jun 11, 2023

- Brazil nut
- Chia seed
- Flax seed
- Pumpkin seed
- Sunflower seed
- Bay leaf
- Sesame seed

Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by BlackSeedOil: 2:52pm On Jul 20, 2023

- Almond Nut,
- Walnut
- Coconut Oil
- Black Seed
- Black Seed Oil
- Chia Seed
- Flaxseed
- Sunflower seed
- Pumpkin seed
- Sesame seed


Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by Blacksoap(m): 7:33am On Oct 06, 2023

- Horsetail
- Papyrus
- Marsh marigold
- Mint
- Basil
- Chives
- Crimson beebalm
- Garden angelica
- Common comfrey
- Parsley
- Chervil
- Marsh Mallow
- Lemon grass
- Thyme
- Cattail
- Watercress
- Sage
- Lavender
- Blue Cohosh
- Stinging nettle
- Willow
- Lemon balm
- Water mint
- Bergamot
- Asparagus


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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by AdultEducation(m): 8:17am On Nov 15, 2023
What Is the Meaning of Sea Salt Spiritually?

Sea salt is powerful. It is believed to have purification and protective qualities that can help the body and spirit to heal. It can cleanse us physically and energetically and is believed to extract or release what no longer serves us in our energetic field, which has a positive impact on our physical form. Sea Salt placed in the entrance of a home is used to ward off evil or negative energy from entering the space.

Similarly, in African spirituality, salt is believed to repel evil spirits and absorb negative energy from a physical space or our aura, the electromagnetic energy field that surrounds or encompasses the physical body. This salt is used to purify and remove stagnant or negative energy.

Sea Salt is referenced throughout religious doctrines. In the Bible, salt symbolizes things like value, purification, protection, permanence, and loyalty. In fact, salt is mentioned in the Bible over 40 times. This mineral is included as an offering in Jewish Temples and is used during the Sabbath when people dip bread in the salt as a reminder of sacrifices. Sea Salt was also used in spiritual rituals by Greek worshippers and as Egyptian religious offerings.


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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by WartBumpKeloid: 3:18pm On Dec 21, 2023

Have you been experiencing hardship? Do you desire restoration in your life, marriage, business, and home? Do you need a change in situation and life? Have you been praying without answers? Do you desire a sweet and pleasant life experience?

Prayer is powerful but engaging in other things as you pray speeds up your answers. One of the items mostly used is sea salt.

Original Sea salt can be purchased from Organic SEEDS. Many people do not understand the power of sea salt in getting what we want in prayers. Sea salt is that potent tool that many have ignored due to ignorance.

Sea salt is a valuable item not just in the home for food, cosmetic and other domestic purposes but unbelievably valuable in spiritual matters, particularly in prayers. Many Individuals and spiritual leaders recognize its potency in prayers.

Sea salt is used for various spiritual reasons, with several testimonies recorded from breakthrough to restoration to spiritual protection, fortification, and others. This is why it is often used in important prayers that involve declarations.

Sea salt doesn't just bring answers to prayers when used because one is using it; as long as you have faith and follow spiritual instructions, you will get everything you desire.

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Re: Health, Skin, Hair & Cooking Benefits Of UNREFINED SEA SALT by WartBumpKeloid: 4:48pm On May 01

Soaking your feet in Sea salt can provide numerous benefits for your feet and overall well-being. Here are seven reasons why you should consider incorporating this soothing practice into your self-care routine, along with instructions on how to do it:

1. Relieves Foot Pain: Sea salt contains magnesium, which can help reduce inflammation and alleviate foot pain caused by conditions like plantar fasciitis and arthritis.

2. Soothes Sore Muscles: If you’ve been on your feet all day or engaged in strenuous physical activity, a Sea salt foot soak can help relax and soothe tired and achy muscles.

3. Promotes Circulation: Soaking your feet in warm water infused with Sea salt can improve blood circulation, which can benefit overall foot health and reduce swelling.

4. Softens and Exfoliates Skin: sea salt has exfoliating properties that can help remove dead skin cells and soften rough patches on your feet, leaving them smoother and refreshed.

5. Reduces Odor and Fights Fungal Infections: Sea salt has antimicrobial properties that can help combat foot odor and fight fungal infections like athlete’s foot.

6. Alleviates Stress and Promotes Relaxation: The act of soaking your feet in warm water combined with the calming effects of sea salt can help reduce stress, promote relaxation, and enhance overall well-being.

7. Enhances Sleep: The relaxation benefits of a sea salt foot soak can contribute to a better night’s sleep by reducing tension and preparing your body for rest.

How to Do It:
1. Fill a basin or tub with warm water. Ensure it’s deep enough to submerge your feet comfortably.

2. Add Sea salt to the warm water according to the package instructions. A general guideline is approximately 1/2 cup to 1 cup of sea salt per gallon of water.

3. Stir the water gently to dissolve the sea salt.

4. Place your feet into the basin or tub and soak them for about 15-20 minutes. Use this time to relax, read a book, or listen to soothing music.

5. While soaking, you can gently massage your feet to further promote relaxation and circulation.

6. After the designated time, remove your feet from the water and pat them dry with a towel.

7. Apply a moisturizing foot cream or lotion to lock in moisture and keep your feet hydrated.


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