FOREST BATHING | Ritual Bath Salts - silver fir, vetiver, black spruce, pine
Shinrin Yoku, or "forest bathing", is the practice of taking a leisurely stroll through the forest in order to appease the mind and body by breathing in the compounds released by plants, trees, and the soil below. Originating from Japan, this practice is claimed to have several health benefits such as helping lower blood pressure and heart rate, reducing stress hormone production, boosting immunity, uplifting the mood, and improving overall feelings of well-being.
Pure, potent plant medicine, Forest Bathing is sure to help those looking to ground themselves, unwind, and connect with the earth's rhythm thanks to the soothing aromatherapeutic properties of crisp fir, earthy vetiver, soft spruce, and grounding pine.
Featured Notes: silver fir · vetiver · black spruce · pine
Aspects: crisp · coniferous · grounding
The Ritual: To unwind from the grind and submerge yourself in the stillness of the ancient woods, add the desired quantity of salts to a warm bath, allowing for them to gently dissolve and perfume your bath water before stepping in. If you prefer not to have loose botanical materials in your tub, our bath salt blends can be poured into a muslin, silk, or tea bag before use. No tub? Bath salts make for a luxurious foot soak.
Ingredients: Sodium Chloride (Jordanian Dead Sea Salt), Montmorillonite (French Green Clay), Natural Fragrance/Parfum, Juniperus Virginia (Red Cedar) Leaf
Presented in a 16 oz glass jar.