Cleansing Baths


Taking detox baths is one of my favorite cleansing rituals.  As a child my mother used to make herbal tea baths for me when I wasn’t feeling well.  I’ll always cherish that sensation of nurturing herbal goodness infusing my senses as the warm tea was being poured into my bath by my loving mother.

Here is a great general overview of how to take a detox bath.

The most amazing thing about detox baths and detoxing in general is that you can get creative with all the amazing resources are earth offers to nourish us.

Learn about herbal, clay, milk, yoghurt and flower baths that follow the detoxing traditions of Ayurveda:

Here is a simple recipe to detox from radiation:

Everything you should know about detoxing with clay baths:

Here are a few recipes from:

Detox Bath Recipes

Itch Be Gone – good for skin conditions such as yeast infections, rashes, sunburns (cool water bath only), and body acne

A Little Pick-Me-Up

  • My go-to bath is 1 cup apple cider vinegar and 1/2 cup clay.

The Ultimate

Add up to 2 cups from any combination of the following:

  • food-grade clay such as Bentonite clay
  • organic apple cider or kombucha vinegar
  • unrefined salt
  • Epsom salt
  • baking soda
  • ginger or ginger tea

And here is my personal, detox princess pamper bath recipe which of course can be modified to suit your needs.  This decadent bath will not only nourish all your senses but makes your skin incredibly soft for days!

  • Rose petals
  • Green Clay
  • Raw Milk
  • Jasmine Essential Oil
  • Rose Quartz crystals

So get in the habit of taking regular detox baths as well as preparing special ones when you are doing a cleanse.  Detox baths are a sure way to savor and revel in the amazing journey of detoxing.

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