Foot Bath without the Bath.
Regular practice of a foot soak can be beneficial to those suffering from:
If you need a good soak in a foot bath, here’s a soothing recipe. Pour a gallon of water into a basin, and then add 1 cup lemon juice, 1 tablespoon olive oil, and ¼ cup milk. Mix thoroughly, stick your feet in, and relax! The lemon juice is filled with antioxidants, while the protein in the milk nourishes and hydrates.
I ran across some all natural remedies and decided to give it a try by using my homemade foot soak recipe (see below). Love that I can soak my footsies and quite possibly get some relief from pain in my feet.
Walking all day? You’ll love this invigorating foot soak. Fill a basin with cool water, then slice up a lemon and add the slices along with several sprigs of mint. The oils in the lemon and mint will help revive your skin while the cool water will decrease swelling.
Since I have the ingredients for this one on hand, this is the diy remedy I decided to try. I have arthritis in my feet and hoping this might ease some of the pain while I’m at it. Let’s start the soak!
If the smell of apple cider vinegar bothers you since vinegar has a strong smell, you can add one of the following or your favorite essential oil. If you want to leave it out, you can. Sea salt is alkaline and therefore helps to lower the acidity of the body even without the ACV and in the foot detox bath.
Salt Foot Soak Detox Recipe (apple cider vinegar)