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Salad Bath

Have you had a ‘lactic acid hangover?’  If you haven’t, it is where you have so much lactic acid in your system from physical exertion that the next day you feel like you’ve been drinking all night.  Or have you ever been so sore from physical activity, strain, or illness that you would do anything to get rid of it?  Don’t you wish you had a magic potion?  A pill maybe?  I have the remedy for you and it is simpler than you think.  No more lactic acid hangovers, no ‘two days later’ where you can’t step up onto a curb.

 

Simply take a bath.

In your bathtub, put these ingredients:

article-apple-cider-vinegar2 cups of Epsom Salt (this helps will stiffness and soreness)

1 small bottle of rubbing alcohol (this helps with the REALLY tender areas)

1/2 cup of Lavender, Lilac, or Chamomile scented bubble bath (Your body heals faster when it is relaxed, and the use of aromatherapy is the quickest way to getting your tired, ill, or painful body to relax)

1/2 gallon of Apple Cider Vinegar (topically, this excretes free radicals into the water from your body.  It is an old homeopathic remedy for many an ailment).

*make sure that it is real apple cider vinegar and not distilled vinegar with dye or coloring

Only have lighting that is easy on the eyes, and relaxing music.  You want to fully help your body relax through all of your senses.  The reason it is called the “Salad Bath” is because after having one, you smell like a salad. Soak for about 20 minutes, then take a quick shower to get the cider smell off.  This should help with your soreness, but nothing is better than continuing an exercise routine until your body has adjusted.

 

 

 

 

No medical proof, statistics, endorsement, or studies validate or recognize this as a treatment or practice in order to heal.  Following the instructions on this page, you know that you full risk and responsibility for any and all negative reprocussions without holding liability to Aly Cardinalli, aliases, and affiliates.

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