Tibetan Herbal Foot Soaks

Improve the effect of your acupuncture treatment by adding Tibetan herbal foot soaks to enjoy at home.

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These herbal foot soaks promote and stabilize the circulation of Qi and Blood in the body and are recommended for many internal chronic health conditions, including:

 Anxiety
Back pain
Cold hands and feet
Constipation
Depression
Diarrhea
Digestive issues
Fatigue
Fibromyalgia
Gas and Bloating
Gout
Headaches
Hypertension
IBS
Inflammation
Insomnia
Pain
Peripheral neuropathy
Plantar fasciitis
Painful and Irregular menstruation
PMS
Migraines
Stress

Keeping to a Schedule

For chronic conditions, it is important to keep to a schedule. One treatment won’t fix the problem. Regular foot baths in conjunction with a routine that includes acupuncture and herbs, meditation or quiet rest, dietary changes, and exercise work best. It is advised that you use this routine with the advice of a qualified healthcare practitioner if you have a medical condition.

Most people think of a foot bath as a superficial treatment, however, this technique is actually very powerful medicine. Serious conditions like peripheral neuropathy and high blood pressure respond rapidly to a hot herbal foot bath. The key is to treat the condition properly with the correct medicinal herbs, pure water, and hot temperature.

Soaking your feet in a basin of soothing herbal infusion is more than relaxing, it’s potent medicine. There are thousands of capillaries circulating the feet which serve as little highways of health to the rest of the body. It takes just a few simple tools and a comfy chair in which to enjoy the foot soak treatment.

Precautions:

1.  Avoid foot soaks if you have open wounds, bleeding disorder, infection, burns, or if you are hungry or within 30 minutes of a meal.

2.  Avoid doing foot soaks under draft.

3.  Avoid using this foot soak herbal formula if you are pregnant, have metastatic cancer or other situations that you should not move blood.

4.  Be cautious on children. Please consult with a qualified practitioner for children.

5.  Be cautious when you have a cold or allergies.

6.  Avoid foot soaks right after surgery. Wait for at least 7 days post-surgery.

7.  Avoid foot soaks for any other conditions that are not suitable to move blood or increase circulation.

Ingredients: 

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

Additive: none

External use only

Stop by A’nu Healthcare in West Salem, OR to pick up Tibetan Herbal Foot Soaks. For more information call 503-839-6285.

Tammy Anderson, L.Ac.