Muscle Soothing Mineral Bath Salt - Juniper
- Benefits tired & strained muscles.
- With pure and natural thermal spring salt.
This concentrated bath treatment is soothing for tired and sore muscles. Use after sports or any strenuous activity where you are anticipating sore muscles or tiredness due to over-exertion.
Juniper, an evergreen shrub, helps rid the body of toxins and stimulates circulation. It also relieves tension and stress. Juniper is known to have an anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties and can be used to relieve muscular tension and improve circulation.
The salts are made with pure and natural thermal brine salt as well as valuable essential oils of rosemary, wintergreen, and juniper. Juniper
Whirlpool Bath friendly.
One bottle is good for approximately 8-10 baths.
Directions for a regular bath - Pour approximately 3/4 of a cap of the Bath Salt under running water (97° 100°F). Stir.
For best results, bathing time should never exceed 15 20 minutes.
Directions for a Jacuzzi/whirlpool bath: slowly add 1/4 capful of bath crystals. Turn on jets, turn off if they create too much foam. You may add up to 1 capful of salts as the foam subsides being careful to turn the jets off if it is too sudsy.
About Thermal Salt
Kneipp Mineral Bath Salts contain salt crystals that are generated from salt water that is pumped up 460 meters from an underground sea in Germany. The water is boiled off using Europes last existing traditional pan method and the remaining salt is then infused with Essential oils. This process allows the Kneipp Mineral Bath Salts to be created without chemical additives, remain free of modern pollution and naturally rich in minerals.
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Established in Bavaria in 1891, Kneipp has been manufacturing contemporary products for health and well-being- proven quality for generations.
Sebastian Kneipp revolutionized naturopathy in the 19th century and created a visionary concept of life. He closely linked together the elements water, plants, exercise, nutrition and balance.