How to Make a Bath Salt with Relaxing Essential Oil and Feel Yourself Again
Lavender essential oil was preoccupied.
He’s had a very complete to-do list for the past month, and he barely got a chance to get back on his feet and relax.
Then Lavender realized that he was feeling exhausted. . .
As if he cannot conserve his energy, but he also cannot relax enough to rest.
She could not focus on her projects.
His body felt a little nervous all over.
And when it was time to sleep, Lavender’s mind would not calm down. Her thoughts were spinning in circles!
Lavender needs some time to recover.
So he called his friend Black Spruce, and together they made an essential oil bath salt.
I shared that little story to describe how we sometimes feel when we’re exhausted.
These are times when we might get a lot of support from the bath salt in relaxing aromatic oil.
The bath salt recipe below is made with the essential oils of lavender and black fir.
You can use it before bed to help yourself feel more stable after a busy day. The warm water will help relieve tension in your muscles.
Black fir essential oil will help your energy flow in a more nutritious way. Black Spruce is a great essential oil for when you’re feeling a lingering sensation of tiredness – but it’s not so invigorating that you just can’t use it before bed.
(I just love Black Fir essential oil! Youtube video is all about it. The video teaches you facts about Black Spruce and three recipes, including one for a natural cleansing!)
Lavender essential oil encourages the nervous system to feel calm and relaxed. Lavender is a kind friend when you’re looking to restore peace of mind, balance, and a deep knowledge that you “got it.”
Lavender, Fir and Salt Oil
- 2 oz (56 g) pink Himalayan salt
- 1 tablespoon Castile soap
- 2 drops of lavender essential oil (Lavandula angustifolia)
- 1 drop of black fir essential oil (Picea mariana)
Make this bath salt recipe in a 2-ounce (60-ml) bowl or bowl.
Put the salt in the bowl, then mix the Castile soap and the essential oils.
You can gently stir the salt if desired.
Fill your basin with warm water and use a full 2 ounces in the bath!
The reason why I chose to use pink Himalayan salt in this essential oil bath salt recipe is because. . . It is pink! It’s really why, I just love the color. You can use any type of salt that you prefer. Epsom salt or dead sea salt will work great!
If you want to achieve more of this so you can use it for a few nights in a row, just keep it in a sealed container.
Enjoy your comfortable bath!