What Can I Put into my Bath to Relieve Sore Muscles?

After a long day of work, especially if it’s been one full of physical exertion, there’s nothing more soothing than a warm bath.  The heat from the water helps get your blood moving, which is great for circulation, and can help soothe sore or tight muscles. There is even a scientific study indicating warm baths can mimic the effects of a 30 minute walk, creating many healthy benefits with none of the uncomfortable side effects of exercise.  Even if you exercise regularly who couldn’t use a little extra boost?


So, how can you enhance this amazing opportunity to relax and revitalize your muscles in a bath?  Epsom salts have been a popular bath enhancer for a very long time. The addition of Epsom salts to a warm bath has been shown to reduce inflammation from overworked muscles and to help ease and relax muscles, including muscles that can cause lower back pain.  Now with modern naturopathic knowledge, MOBU Herbals formulated a mixture that starts with Epsom Salts, then adds Feverfew, White Willow, Cloves and other natural ingredients to help provide temporary relief after being on your feet all day or after a great workout. The product, Muscle Ease Bath Salts, is a truly remarkable step forward in relaxation therapy.  It enhances the already powerful benefits of a warm bath, and supercharges it with herbs and essential oils.  


GeoBlends proudly distributes the Muscle Ease Bath Salts to help with tired, overworked muscles, that are achy at the end of a long day. Our customers have said that they have found relief from lower back pain, sore feet, sore hands, achy knees, and have eased pain from holding tension in shoulders and from clenching the jaw. There are two options  available, one is a 4 ounce bath salt that offers several foot soaks or a few baths or you can save by purchasing four, four ounce bath salts.


To help you get a great night’s sleep, you may want to consider using a PM Pain product that was created to help ease you to sleep and help you wake up feeling alert.

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