HERB - shoes and my feet

sunshinegirl sunshinegirl at steward-net.com
Tue Mar 30 20:52:21 PST 1999

When I do foot washings and massage, I ask the person what type of mood
they are in.  If they want to relax, I use lavendar oil/flowers.  If they
want to be invigorated, I use peppermint oil/flowers.  I usually put some
sage in, regardless of what other herb I use.  I use the little cloth tea
bags so the herbs aren't floating free.  I have also used rosemary.

Melandra of the Woods

> From: Warren & Meredith Harmon <corwynsca at juno.com>
> To: herbalist at Ansteorra.ORG
> Subject: HERB - shoes and my feet 
> Date: Monday, March 29, 1999 11:53 PM
> Hello!
> While we're on the subject, is there any herb that can be tossed in with
> epsom salts for a decent foot bath?  It seems the older I get, the more
> my feet want to curl into permanent balls...
> -Caro
> >Now, just to keep this on an herb related note, what would be the best
> >kind of herbal foot soak for something like this? Peppermint and salt
> >water? I still have minor cramps from all the standing, even though
> >it's now the Monday after. Without someone to give me the foot rub
> >I so desperately crave, I was just thinking of a lovely soak. Other
> >herb options would be welcomed and my brain is shying away from
> >anything that looks like food... :)
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