HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS

HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS

HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS

HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS Dr. Miriam Kinai *** Published by Dr Miriam Kinai at Smashwords http://www.MyBlogBookClub.com Discover other titles by Dr Miriam Kinai at Smashwords.com *** Copyright (c) 2013 by Dr Miriam Kinai Smashwords Edition License Notes This ebook is licensed for your personal enjoyment only. This ebook may not be re-sold or given away to other people. If you would like to share this book with another person, please purchase an additional copy for each recipient. If you’re reading this book and did not purchase it, or it was not purchased for your use only, then please return to Smashwords.com and purchase your own copy.

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HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS

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HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS

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HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS

HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS How to Make Organic Healing Milk Baths teaches you how to use natural ingredients to create non-toxic, handmade and homemade bath milks for you to use at home or to sell and make money. How to Make Organic Healing Milk Baths also teaches you the properties of various essential oils and herbs so that you can choose the best ingredients to make therapeutic bath milks for: * Dry skin * Oily and Acne Prone skin * Eczema prone skin * Stress management * Insomnia relief * Arthritis treatment * Cellulite reduction * Detoxification * Coffee lovers * Chocoholics *****

HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS

Chapter 1 BATH MILK EQUIPMENT Glass or plastic mixing bowl Wooden or plastic mixing spoon Jar with airtight lid like a canning jar or old jam jar 10’’ (25 cm) square piece of cheesecloth or a handkerchief or knee length stocking 5’’ (12.5 cm) long ribbon or piece of string *****

HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS

Chapter 2 BATH MILK INGREDIENTS 3 cups powdered whole milk like cow or goat or buttermilk ½ cup healing powders like powdered oatmeal or almond powder or cornstarch ½ cup healing salts like Epsom salts or sea salt or baking soda ½ cup dry, ground healing herbs like lavender flowers or rose petals 50 drops (2.5 ml or ½ teaspoon) of healing essential oils like lavender, Roman chamomile or geranium 1 teaspoon vitamin E oil (optional natural preservative) *****

HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS

Chapter 3 BATH MILK INSTRUCTIONS 1. Place the healing salts in the mixing bowl and add the essential oils drop by drop as you stir with the mixing spoon until you get your required scent. The salts act as a carrier ingredient which will help distribute the fragrant essential oils evenly in the bath milk. 2. Add the other dry ingredients (powdered milk, healing powders and herbs) together with the vitamin E oil (if using) and mix thoroughly. 3. Add a few more drops of the essential oils to the mixture as you mix until you are satisfied with the strength of the scent.

4. Spoon the mixture into the jar and store it in a cool, dark place.

5. When ready to use, spoon one cup full of the mixture onto the center of a square piece of cheesecloth (or handkerchief). Gather the 4 corners of the cheesecloth and tie them together with a ribbon to create a ball. 6. Tie the cheesecloth ball to the bathroom faucet so that warm water can run through it into the tub and help it release the nutrients in the milk bath ingredients. Once the tub fills, squeeze the cheesecloth ball to release more skin beneficial nutrients into the bath water. Untie the ball and drop it into the water so that it can continue releasing more nutrients as you bathe.

If using a knee length stocking, make a knot on its leg after spooning in one cup full of the organic bath milk. Hang the stocking over the faucet while the tub is filling and drop it into the water once the tub fills so that it can continue releasing its healing nutrients. *****

HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS

Chapter 4 THERAPEUTIC BATH MILK RECIPES Dry Skin Recipe 3 cups powdered whole milk like cow or goat or buttermilk ½ cup powdered oatmeal ½ cup baking soda ½ cup dry, ground, healing herbs used to manage dry skin like calendula flowers, chamomile flowers and rosemary leaves 50 drops (2.5 ml or ½ teaspoon) of healing essential oils essential oil used to manage dry skin like lavender, Roman chamomile and ylang ylang 1 teaspoon vitamin E oil (optional natural preservative) Follow the above Basic Bath Milk Recipe Instructions. *** Oily and Acne Prone Skin Recipe 3 cups powdered whole milk like cow or goat or buttermilk ½ cup rice flour or almond powder ½ cup healing salts like Epsom salts or sea salt or baking soda ½ cup dry, ground healing herbs, spices or other natural substances used to manage oily skin like dried crushed neem leaves, turmeric powder and lemon rind powder 50 drops (2.5 ml or ½ teaspoon) of healing essential oils used to manage oily skin and acne like tea tree, lemon and lavender 1 teaspoon vitamin E oil (optional natural preservative) Follow the above Basic Bath Milk Recipe Instructions.

*** Eczema Prone Skin Recipe 3 cups powdered whole milk like cow or goat or buttermilk ½ cup powdered oatmeal or cornstarch ½ cup healing salts like Epsom salts or sea salt or baking soda ½ cup dry, ground, healing herbs like calendula flowers, chamomile flowers and comfrey root

HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS

50 drops (2.5 ml or ½ teaspoon) of healing essential oils used to manage eczema like geranium, lavender, Roman chamomile and rosemary 1 teaspoon vitamin E oil (optional natural preservative) Follow the above Basic Bath Milk Recipe Instructions. *** Cellulite Reduction Recipe 3 cups powdered whole milk like cow or goat or buttermilk ½ cup almond powder or rice flour ½ cup healing salts like Epsom salts or sea salt or baking soda ½ cup dry, ground, healing herbs, spices and other natural substances used to manage cellulite like dried lemon or orange peel, coffee grounds and ginger powder 50 drops (2.5 ml or ½ teaspoon) of healing essential oils essential oils used for managing cellulite like sweet orange, lemongrass and grapefruit 1 teaspoon vitamin E oil (optional natural preservative) Follow the above Basic Bath Milk Recipe Instructions.

*** Arthritis Treatment Recipe 3 cups powdered whole milk like cow or goat or buttermilk ½ cup healing powders like powdered oatmeal or almond powder or rice flour or cornstarch ½ cup healing salts like Epsom salts or sea salt or baking soda ½ cup dry, ground, healing herbs used to manage arthritis like arnica flowers, lavender flowers and rosemary leaves 50 drops (2.5 ml or ½ teaspoon) of healing essential oils used to treat arthritis like eucalyptus, lemon and Roman chamomile 1 teaspoon vitamin E oil (optional natural preservative) Follow the above Basic Bath Milk Recipe Instructions. *** Stress Management Recipe 3 cups powdered whole milk like cow or goat or buttermilk

HOW TO MAKE ORGANIC HEALING MILK BATHS

½ cup healing powders like powdered oatmeal or almond powder or rice flour or cornstarch ½ cup Epsom salts ½ cup dry, ground, healing herbs used for managing stress like lavender flowers and chamomile flowers 50 drops (2.5 ml or ½ teaspoon) of healing essential oils essential oil used for managing stress like lavender, marjoram and ylang ylang 1 teaspoon vitamin E oil (optional natural preservative) Follow the above Basic Bath Milk Recipe Instructions. *** Sleep Inducing Insomnia Treatment Recipe 3 cups powdered whole milk like cow or goat or buttermilk ½ cup healing powders like powdered oatmeal or almond powder or rice flour or cornstarch ½ cup healing salts like Epsom salts or sea salt or baking soda ½ cup dry, ground, healing herbs used to manage sleeplessness like lavender and chamomile flowers 50 drops (2.5 ml or ½ teaspoon) of healing essential oils used to manage insomnia like lavender, Roman chamomile and ylang ylang 1 teaspoon vitamin E oil (optional natural preservative) Follow the above Basic Bath Milk Recipe Instructions.

*** Detoxification Recipe 3 cups powdered whole milk like cow or goat or buttermilk ½ cup healing powders like powdered oatmeal or almond powder or rice flour or cornstarch ½ cup healing salts like Epsom salts or sea salt or baking soda ½ cup dry, ground, healing herbs, spices and other natural substances used for detoxification like ginger, rosemary and green tea leaves 50 drops (2.5 ml or ½ teaspoon) of healing essential oils used for detoxification like grapefruit, juniper and lemon 1 teaspoon vitamin E oil (optional natural preservative) Follow the above Basic Bath Milk Recipe Instructions.

*** Coffee Lovers Recipe 3 cups powdered whole milk like cow or goat or buttermilk ½ cup healing powders like powdered oatmeal or almond powder or rice flour or cornstarch ½ cup healing salts like Epsom salts or sea salt or baking soda ½ cup powdered coffee 1 teaspoon vitamin E oil (optional natural preservative) Follow the above Basic Bath Milk Recipe Instructions. *** Chocoholics Recipe 3 cups powdered whole milk like cow or goat or buttermilk ½ cup healing powders like powdered oatmeal or almond powder or rice flour or cornstarch ½ cup healing salts like Epsom salts or sea salt or baking soda ½ cup cocoa powder 50 drops (2.5 ml or ½ teaspoon) of healing essential oils like vanilla, lavender or Roman chamomile 1 teaspoon vitamin E oil (optional natural preservative) *****

Chapter 5 ESSENTIAL OILS Choose the essential oils you will use for your natural skin care products depending on the properties of the aromatherapy oil. Lavender Essential Oil Lavender essential oil has a soothing, floral scent. It can help one relax and relieve stress related tension and sleeplessness. It is also used in the management of acne, eczema and dry skin. Do not use lavender essential oil in pregnant or breastfeeding or have low blood pressure. Avoid using it on young children since it may cause breast development in young boys and girls. *** Lemon Essential Oil Lemon essential oil has a clarifying fresh scent.

It can help alleviate mental fatigue and increase concentration. It is also used in the management of acne and cellulite. Do not use it if skin will be exposed to sunlight or UV rays in the next 12-24 hours. Do not use it if you have low blood pressure or you are allergic to lemons.

*** Sweet Orange Essential Oil Sweet orange essential oil has a cheering scent. It can help manage stress related tension. It is also used in the management of cellulite. Do not use it if skin will be exposed to sunlight or UV rays in the next 12-24 hours.

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Chapter 6 HERBS Choose the herbs you will use for your natural skincare products depending on the properties of the herb. Calendula Flowers Calendula flowers are used to manage dry, sensitive, mature, prematurely aging and normal skin types. Do not use calendula if you are allergic to it, allergic to daisy or aster family plants like ragweed and chrysanthemums, if pregnant or breastfeeding or trying to conceive.

Avoid calendula preparations if you are taking sedatives, high blood pressure and diabetes medications. *** Rose Rose petals have astringent properties which help regulate the skin’s oil production and thus are useful for managing oily and acne prone skin. They are also used for sensitive and dry skin. Rose petals also have anti-inflammatory properties and thus they are useful for managing skin conditions like eczema.

*** Rosemary Leaves Rosemary leaves are used to manage dry and normal skin. They are also used to manage cellulite. They are mentally stimulating and are used to reduce feelings of sadness or depression. Do not use/ avoid rosemary if you are allergic to it, are breastfeeding or pregnant, are under 18 years old, have high blood pressure, peptic ulcers, ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease. Do not use/avoid rosemary if you are taking blood thinners such as warfarin (coumadin), clopidogrel (plavix) or aspirin as it may cause bleeding, angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors such as captopril and lisinopril for high blood pressure, diuretics such as furosemide (lasix) and hydrochlorothiazide also used for high blood pressure treatment and medicines for diabetes medications as it may alter the blood sugar levels and lithium.

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Chapter 7 SKIN FOOD Choose the food items you will use for your natural skincare products depending on their properties and the condition you want the product to manage. Almond Powder Almond powder, which is also known as almond meal, contains essential fatty acids and vitamins which nourish and soften the skin. It is also useful for unclogging skin pores since it absorbs excess oil from the skin. Almond powder is also a natural exfoliant which gets rid of the dead cells on the skin’s surface. Epsom Salts When Epsom salts (magnesium sulphate) are dissolved in water, the body absorbs their magnesium.

This magnesium is used to make serotonin which imparts a sense of emotional well- being.

*** Milk Milk contains lactic acid which is an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that gently sloughs away the dead cells on the surface of the skin to reveal more youthful appearing skin. Milk also hydrates the skin. ###

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dr Miriam Kinai is a medical doctor and certified clinical aromatherapy practitioner. As a Thank You Gift, we are offering you a free 15 minute Online Aromatherapy Consultation. Please send your questions about essential oils, carrier oils or any other aspect of aromatherapy to info@medicalaromatherapyonline.com *** HOW TO MAKE NATURAL PRODUCTS SERIES How to Make Natural Bath Teas How to Make Natural Bath Cookies How to Make Natural Bath Bombs How to Make Natural Bath Melts How to Make Natural Bath Salts

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