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Aches & Pains Herbal Bath Blend


Hand-Crafted Organic Apothecary Blend for Reducing Inflammation


~ Tea Baths have been used for centuries in many cultures as a natural, therapeutic approach to healing. 

~ The skin is the largest organ of the human body, so taking a nice and relaxing soak in the tub allows the body to absorb beneficial properties from herbs faster than when eaten or drank in tea... plus, they feel great!


All herbs & flowers are carefully grown, harvested and dried right here on the farm in South Carolina. No chemical pesticides ever touch this soil (only the feathered bug-eating machines), and the only fertilizer used (tilled & incorporated with the soil between growing seasons) is all-natural aged compost. 


DIRECTIONS: Steep in warm bath water, squeezing a few times, and climb in! If you want a more beneficial experience, brew teabag in a medium-sized pot of boiling water to your desired concentration/darkness, then add tea water to your bath water.


Personally hand-crafted with organic ingredients:

Angelica sinensis root - anti-inflammatory
Dandelion root - anti-inflammatory
Ginkgo biloba leaf - anti-inflammatory, ease swelling/pain
Honeysuckle buds - anti-inflammatory
Red Cockscomb flower - anti-inflammatory, great for arthritic joints
Carnation flower - anti-inflammatory, ease joint pain
Mint leaf - soothes sore muscles/joints

Epsom Salt - enhances release of nutrients; used extensively in baths


We offer all of these herbs in larger quantities, when stock is plentiful.

Aches & Pains Herbal Tea Bath

  • You will receive:
    - 2 Aches & Pains Herbal teabags, each filled with at least 1/2 oz of herbs (plus a scoop of Epsom salt), packaged in a Heart mesh drawstring bag
    - Detailed list of ingredients
    - Directions for use

  • The literature here is for educational purposes only, and is not meant to replace the diagnosis or treatment of medical professionals. The information in this listing is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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