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Dr Oz recommended Epsom Salts to soak away toxins, pain and stress

Dr Oz recommended Epsom Salts to soak away toxins, pain and stress

Dr Oz recommended Epsom Salts to soak away toxins, pain and stress Dr Oz recommended Epsom Salts to soak away toxins, pain and stress. He said soaking in it is one of the best and safest ways to better health. Epsom Salts are compound of magnesium of sulfates. Dr Oz said, "80% of Americans are Magnesium deficient" and it is a very crucial mineral, indeed Dr Taneem Bhatia says it is the most important mineral. It regulates 300 functions in the body. Magnesium it is the catalyst for these functions like energy production. Epsom Salt provides away to get the...

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3 Baths to Soak Away Your Stress

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3 Baths to Soak Away Your Stress

The best essential oils for a blissful, tension-taming bath Over the centuries, many cultures have turned to purifying baths to cleanse both body and spirit. Ritual bathing was an integral part of Roman, Greek, Middle Eastern, and Japanese societies, and people washed themselves before entering a temple or undertaking spiritual activities. Things aren't so different today: Washing before prayer is common among most religions, Catholics dip their hands in holy water upon entering a church, and Native Americans take vapor baths to purify and pray. More secular people, too, link physical and moral cleansing, believing that we can "wash away"...

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Crazy Bathtub Laws

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Crazy Bathtub Laws

Ever think you could be breaking a law by keeping a donkey in your bathtub? Check out these crazy bathtub laws.   GEORGIA: In the state of Georgia, it is illegal to keep donkeys in bathtubs. ARIZONA: However, in Arizona it’s okay to let your donkey stand in the tub, but they cannot sleep in the bathtub. MASSACHUSETTS: It is against the law in the Bay State to go to bed without taking a bath first. ARKANSAS: It is illegal to place alligators in bathtubs. CALIFORNIA: In the city of Los Angeles, bathing two babies in the same tub at the same time will earn...

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Forest Bathing

Forest Bathing

Forest bathing is the practice of taking a short, leisurely visit to a forest for health benefits. The practice originated in Japan where it is called shinrin-yoku (森林浴) in Japanese (it is also called sēnlínyù (森林浴) in Mandarin and sanlimyok (산림욕) in Korean). Studies in Japan have measured changes in immune markers and stress hormones in people who regularly walked in specific forests in Japan. In addition, people with diabetes but not taking insulin found substantial benefits by lowering blood glucose levels. A forest bathing trip involves visiting a forest for relaxation and recreation while breathing in volatile substances, called...

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