A common medical practice in China and Tibet, Tibetan Foot Soaks are a great combination of Tibetan herbs to stimulate deep regenerative processes critical for the brain and body.
Literally the best quality on Earth. Direct sourcing, wild-crafted, and tingly. Enriched with Tibetan salts to provide not only the volatile oils, but the mineral effects of a high mountain hot spring.
Traditionally used for relief from:
– Peripheral neuropathy
– Pain in the lower body (arthritis and arthralgias of the feet, ankles, knees, hips and low back)
– Fibromyalgia pain
– Chronic fatigue
– Menstrual pain
– Pain lingering from old, deep injuries.
Learn more about the benefits of Tibetan Foot Soaks:
Du Yi Wei（Herba Lamiophlomis Rotata）, Hong Jing Tian（Rhodiola Tibetica), Hong Hua (Carthamus tinctorius L.), Qiang Huo（Notopterygii Rhizoma Et Radix), Zang Chang Pu （Acori Calami Rhizoma）, Ku Shen (Radix Sophorae Fiavescentis）, Gan Jiang (Rhizoma Zingiberis Recens）, Ai Ye (Folium Artemisiae Argyi), Tibetan salt（Ka Ru Cha, contains sodium chloride，potassium, calcium, iron, aluminum, titanium, manganese, barium, strontium, magnesium, copper, sulfur, silicon）
place 1-3 teabags into a basin and add 5-8 cups of boiling water. Steep and wait until it cools down to 105 degrees Fahrenheit (40 Celsius). Soak your feet for 20-30 minutes. Keep adding hot water during soaking.
Please store in a cool and dry place. Keep away from direct sunlight. Keep sealed after opening. Keep out of the reach of children
External use only
Avoid foot soaks if you have open wounds, bleeding disorder, infection, burns, or if you are hungry or within 30 minutes of a meal.
Avoid doing foot soaks under draft.
Avoid using this foot soak herbal formula if you are pregnant, have metastatic cancer or other situations that you should not move blood.
Be cautious on children. Please consult with a qualified practitioner for children.
Be cautious when you have a cold or allergies.
Avoid foot soaks right after surgery. Wait for at least 7 days post-surgery.
Avoid foot soaks for any other conditions that are not suitable to move blood or increase circulation.