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Hmmm… I will answer your other questions, but I also want to share with you these sweet gifts.

Today I felt a little piece of pink salt on my crystal shelves tell me to set little dishes of salt around my apartment. “Salt”, our sacred friend. I think it is funny, I am curious and I like the help of sacred friends.

I went upstairs to the shop. I picked out four of these jars, and an equal amount of four different salts… a black lava salt… a white “Dead Sea” salt… two pink Himalayan salts, one with bigger crystals and one with tiny sand-like crystals… and I layered the salts all the same way, and I put the four jars in the corners of my sacred living space…

One funny detail, I see on the receipt that the jars are “flint jars”… Flint is the name of my inner teenage boy, rss… and a stone with fine properties <3

I also picked up some honey… I had none… :P and these beautiful citrine forms that are so in love <3 the citrines wanted to take romantic pictures like couples on tumblr, rssssss… ;) :P

I love you infinity…

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This easy to make Olive Oil and Dead Sea Salt Scrub uses ingredients that you may already have in your kitchen! Great for the legs and body, this recipe uses the Neroli and Shea Blossom Fragrance Oil, which is a great scent for summer. 

What you Need:

  • 16 oz. Fine Grained Dead Sea Salt
  • 6 oz. Pure Olive Oil
  • 5 ml Neroli & Shea Blossom Fragrance Oil
  • 8 oz. Glass Bail Jar (2 jars)
  • Droppers (10 droppers)

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ONE: In a large bowl, mix together the olive oil and fine grained dead seal salt until combined.
TWO: Add Neroli & Shea Blossom Fragrance Oil, and stir to thoroughly combine.
THREE: Transfer scrub into bail jars, and seal jars to close.
*Note: When using scrub take caution, the oil can make the bottom of your shower a little slippery!


 

This easy Lavender Sea Salt Soap Recipe is perfect for DIY Valentine’s Day gifts! And, because its made by rebatching existing soaps, there’s no lye needed to create these amazing soap bars! Get this homemade lavender sea salt soap recipe here.

Alexandrian Harvest Spell

Use: An elaborate plant-gathering ritual recorded in Alexandria, Egypt during the first few centuries of the Common Era (ACE).

  1. The harvester first performs multiple personal cleansing spells while simultaneously purifying their body (at this point in time, this meant refraining from having sexual relations and eating only meat for a period of several days).
  2. Sprinkle natron* over the area being harvested from.
  3. Place pine resin in a censer and use it to fumigate the area around the chosen plant, circling it three times.
  4. Burn kyphi (a type of sacred Egyptian incense) and pour a libation of milk, while engaged in simultaneous prayer and petition.
  5. Finally, pull up the plant while invoking the name of the deity to whom the herb is dedicated, requesting assistance for the purpose of your spell.
  6. Roll the now uprooted plant in a pure white linen cloth.
  7. Blend seven wheat seeds and seven barley seeds in some honey. Pour this mixture into the hole left by uprooting the plant and fill the hole with dirt.

*Natron is a type of natural salt used in the mummification process. Baking soda or Dead Sea salt my be used in its place.

(via The Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells by Judika Illes)

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New: Relax, Restore, and Detox Bath Salts
from Wild Oregon Botanicals

Ingredients:
Epsom salt, Dead Sea Salt, Himalayan Pink Sea Salt, with Ylang Ylang, Lemongrass, Grapefruit, Sweet Orange, Key Lime, and Chamomile Essential Oils


A super luxurious and nourishing spa experience in a jar, our Relaxing Bath Salts help your skin detox while your mind and muscles unwind.

EGYPTIAN SKINCARE SECRETS: PART 2

Part 2 of our trip to Egypt continues with another beauty tip.

Dead Sea salt is found in many  anti-aging skincare products for many reasons.  While sodium in its sole form is essential to balancing fluids within the body, the wonderful combination of the salts in Dead Sea water are rich in magnesium, potassium, calcium chloride and bromide have multiple skin benefits.

SKINCARE BENEFITS:

MAGNESIUM – A stress inhibitor, magnesium is known to be calm the nervous system and slow down the aging process.

CALCIUM – This important mineral is required to keep bones strong and increase circulation. Healthy skin starts with a healthy body.

POTASSIUM - This is an energizer that is known to help retain skin moisture.

BROMIDES – For overall healthiness, muscles need to be relaxed. Bromides provide this benefits to the skin.

To get the most out of Dead Sea salt, practice soaking yourself in Dead Sea salt twice a week. Happy soaking …and remember, we’d like to hear your feedback!

Adovia Dead Sea Salt Body Scrub | Review

Adovia’s sea salt body scrub is made with 100% dead sea salt, pure and genuine with 21 minerals that are essential for proper skin function. It’s fine sea salt exfoliates the top layer of dead skin cells while the moisturizing oils infuse skin to hydrate, revealing smooth, supple, refreshed skin.

Now, I became a fan of Adovia a month or so ago when I tried out the Purifying Dead Sea Mud Mask, which you can read my review here. The company is one of my favorites for numerous reasons, such as quality ingredients, cruelty-free, and never tested on animals. I had a positive experience with the mud mask, so I could not wait to try this body scrub. I am not fond of sugar scrubs due to how it reacts with my skin, so when I read about this dead sea salt scrub, I was curious as to what the outcome would be. Upon opening, it fit the title of Ocean Breeze! It’s a refreshing, beach scent that is not overpowering, but potent enough to linger on the skin.

I noticed an improvement with just one use, and was pleased with the results. Typically, body scrubs cause me to breakout regardless of the type, brand, etc, but this did not. Even after four weeks of using this, twice a week, I did not notice any negative reactions on the areas I applied this. It removed dead skill cells to reveal smooth, soft skin, and the scent was a pleasant reminder throughout the day. Overall, I really enjoyed this product, and look forward to checking out more of Adovia’s products in the future.

Purchase Advodia’s Dead Sea Salt Body Scrub on Amazon.

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brokenhouseshack asked:

Funny how the universe works sometimes. I just came out of hospital from an eczema flare that's been on & off for about a year. Being wet wrapped 3 times a day for a week has just meant intense skin atrophy. Spent tonight seeking possible natural treatments & others experiences because I'm fed up with not being able to move without discomfort. Saw Dr Wheatgrass's site and was intrigued. Then I saw that you started following me and that you use the cream. Thank you for existing x

Aw I’ve been there! Spent most my childhood in and out of derms and doctors, hospital covered head to toe in wet dressings, missed out on school and the lot. Please get it, and the taoist soap and try dead sea salt, apple cider vinegar, oats and tea tree oil detox bath. It’ll help you heal your wounds and help with the scarring. I have a blog post of it on my blog, I used to do it daily before my body skin healed up. Something else, search up moisturiser addiction and withdrawal, you know that soft feeling you get after moisturising? It’s because the moisturiser draws heat and water to your skin, and weakens your skin barrier so when you scratch, you end up a bloody mess. It stops your body from producing natural oils. You’ll notice the difference you get from scratching moisturised skin as opposed to dry skin. Dry skin is much more tough. I ended up stopping all moisturising on my body, only the dead sea salt baths and my body skin got back it’s natural oils and feels so thick, every time I scratch like hell, I only get small bleeding dots and if it’s just a mild itch then all my skin does is turn red. I know we have been taught to moisturise constantly but like steroids, it compromises our natural bodily functions and unintentionally makes our skin and body worse and unfortunately doctors usually only look to fixing the outside. Wet dressing is only supposed to stop the itch/scratch cycle and prevent you from scratching but it it really is useless if you keep flaring from the inside. 

I really hope you’re feeling okay and please hang in there! I’ve been at home for 10 months flaring every day so I know what a toll it takes on your mental well-being. Talk to people as much as you can, listen to lots of music etc :) Good luck dear!!

P.S. you can use bentonite clay instead of normal creams and steroids in a poultice for your wet dressing, it’ll heal your wounds extremely fast, detox your skin, give it minerals, soothe the itch because it’s anti inflammatory etc. Please try that!

http://www.eytonsearth.org/clay-packs.php