1-3 bottles of Hydrogen Peroxide (3%)
2 cups-1box of Sea Salt
Hydrogen peroxide increases oxygen that is available to the body through the skin and makes you feel alert and revitalized. It also acts as an antibacterial and antiviral treatment for the skin meaning it helps with things like psoriasis and athlete’s foot too. Epsom salts act as an anti-inflammatory as well as soothing the nerves and muscles. Both serve as a means to detox from environmental exposure, chemicals and metals.
Great quote from Water Wealth article by Barry Kapke on massagetherapy.com specifically on Hydrogen Peroxide and some from prohealth.com on blending hydrogen peroxide with Epsom salts.
“Adding hydrogen peroxide to bathwater increases oxygen available to the body. One of the reasons rain feels so refreshing is because the moisture (H2O) in the air picks up an extra molecule of oxygen (O2) as it interacts with ozone (O3) in the atmosphere, and as the raindrops fall they contain an abundance of this natural hydrogen peroxide (H2O2).11 When hydrogen peroxide is added to bathwater, the extra molecule of oxygen is released. The famous healing waters of Lourdes, in France, contain concentrations of hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide baths often leave the body feeling alert and revitalized, like spending a day in the fresh country air.
This gentle bath is antibacterial, antiviral and cleansing to the emotional and energetic bodies. It is believed to be helpful in eliminating some chemicals and some radiation from body tissues. It has been found to be a good support during chemotherapy. The use of 35 percent food-grade hydrogen peroxide is recommended. Add 6 ounces of food-grade hydrogen peroxide to a hot bath and soak for 20-30 minutes. Be careful in handling this concentrated solution of hydrogen peroxide as it can “burn” or irritate the skin. Diluted in the bathwater, it is fine for skin contact and Dr. Kurt Donsbach, health author and chair of the National Health Federation’s Board of Governors, suggests that skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, athlete’s foot and rashes, respond well to this. If you cannot find food-grade hydrogen peroxide, the normal 3 percent hydrogen peroxide found in any drugstore may be used. When using standard 3 percent hydrogen peroxide, use 2-4 pints. Don’t immerse the face or hair.
Detox baths are a simple and valuable adjunct to normal self-care health maintenance. They can be very helpful in facilitating the elimination of toxins that are released into systemic circulation by massage and bodywork therapies, as well as encouraging the ongoing immune and eliminative functions of the skin. Best of all, baths are enjoyable and relaxing — medicine that “tastes good.””