Bathing is an ancient therapeutic practice known for relieving tired muscles, melting away stress, helping to stimulate circulation, produce supple skin, open the airways for easier breathing and also providing beauty benefits.

Soaking in a warm fragrant herbal bath provides a quiet sanctuary in which to retreat, reflect and refresh.

Making your own is as easy as a few simple ingredients with this DIY Bath Tea.

Ingredients:                                                                                                             Lavender essential oil

1 cup whole dried oats
1/2 cup dried lavender buds
1/2 cup dried chamomile
1/2 cup dried rose petals
1/2 cup Epsom salt
1/2 cup coarse Himalayan salt
10 drops Lavender essential oil
10 drops German Chamomile essential oil
5 drops Rose essential oil
Muslin cotton drawstring pouches, approximately 5 inches long by 4 inches wide

How to make bath tea:

 In a food processor or blender, grind oats for up to 30 seconds to make a fine powder.
 Combine oats, dried flowers, salt, and essential oils in a bowl. Mix well to thoroughly combine.

YL tip: Can’t bring yourself to use 5 precious drops of Rose in this DIY? Try GeraniumJoy™, or any other floral favorite and soak in luxury!

 Scoop mixture into pouches, filling a little more than halfway. This recipe yields 3-5 pouches.
 Store in a cool, dry place. These tea bags will hold their freshness for up to three months.

You can gift these many different ways! In muslin pouches, glass test tubes and more! No matter what, they are sure to make beautiful gifts or wedding favor! Think teachers, get well, coworker, Mother’s Day and more!

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