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Two cold -zapping bath soaks; rustic nettles,hemp & flax exfoliating cloths, knitted by moi; farm-made soap from @apothecaryoftherose and petite cuillère from @veroniquegrandjacques. If you’re coming down with or have caught the cold virus, getting into a hot bath with these soaks is miraculous. If you don’t have a tub, or are feeling too wan to draw a bath, an old fashioned footbath is an amazing, very effective treatment. The feet absorb and route all the plantlove throughout your body, bringing instantaneous relief. Here we have  Smoky Rose & Piñon, and a small,  seasonal batch of Elder & Linden. If you’re congested, grated fresh ginger is also an excellent footbath. It relieves aches, as well. I dote on chamomile facial steams to open the nasal passages, Breathe Freely to relive chest or sinus congestion and sore throats. Sometimes it lessens  sneezing or dripping, and the Emerald Elixir is a facial oil that actually has antihistamine effects. I recently caught a wee cold.. from my man ( thanks dear!)... and was a bit lazy about remedying it immediately. But lymphatic drainage, Gua Sha , elderberry tincture, and of course, eating fruit, soup and drinking lots of water  knocked it out  and made the symptoms quite mild, very quickly. The Marshmallow/ Rosehip & Wild Rose Elixir was great for relieving sore throat, giving vitamin c, and lifting that heavy feeling that often comes with a virus. Marshmallow root is a much better alternative to the endangered Slippery Elm. Oh, and one other thing: although you might think “ what has this got to do with it?”, taking digestive bitters  also speeds up recovery. So many of our ills have to do with a weak or “ cold” digestive system. We get colds because our system was trying to mediate for homeostasis with fluctuations in temperatures and/ or a psychological impact which lowers our immunity. Both things had happened, in my case, and I rarely get colds. The last one I got was possibly 12-15 years ago. What are your favorite ways to treat a cold? #herbs#herbalism#bathtime#footsoaks#plantmedicine#herbalist#greenbeauty#coldcare#coldseason#wellness#wholisticwellness#greenmedicine#apothecary#herbalist#organicapothecary
Two cold -zapping bath soaks; rustic nettles,hemp & flax exfoliating cloths, knitted by moi; farm-made soap from @apothecaryoftherose and petite cuillère from @veroniquegrandjacques. If you’re coming down with or have caught the cold virus, getting into a hot bath with these soaks is miraculous. If you don’t have a tub, or are feeling too wan to draw a bath, an old fashioned footbath is an amazing, very effective treatment. The feet absorb and route all the plantlove throughout your body, bringing instantaneous relief. Here we have Smoky Rose & Piñon, and a small, seasonal batch of Elder & Linden. If you’re congested, grated fresh ginger is also an excellent footbath. It relieves aches, as well. I dote on chamomile facial steams to open the nasal passages, Breathe Freely to relive chest or sinus congestion and sore throats. Sometimes it lessens sneezing or dripping, and the Emerald Elixir is a facial oil that actually has antihistamine effects. I recently caught a wee cold.. from my man ( thanks dear!)... and was a bit lazy about remedying it immediately. But lymphatic drainage, Gua Sha , elderberry tincture, and of course, eating fruit, soup and drinking lots of water knocked it out and made the symptoms quite mild, very quickly. The Marshmallow/ Rosehip & Wild Rose Elixir was great for relieving sore throat, giving vitamin c, and lifting that heavy feeling that often comes with a virus. Marshmallow root is a much better alternative to the endangered Slippery Elm. Oh, and one other thing: although you might think “ what has this got to do with it?”, taking digestive bitters also speeds up recovery. So many of our ills have to do with a weak or “ cold” digestive system. We get colds because our system was trying to mediate for homeostasis with fluctuations in temperatures and/ or a psychological impact which lowers our immunity. Both things had happened, in my case, and I rarely get colds. The last one I got was possibly 12-15 years ago. What are your favorite ways to treat a cold? #herbs#herbalism#bathtime#footsoaks#plantmedicine#herbalist#greenbeauty#coldcare#coldseason#wellness#wholisticwellness#greenmedicine#apothecary#herbalist#organicapothecary