Water Therapy Removes Fatigue II


As practitioners of life cultivation, we know that It is really nice for a woman to use water immersion of feet to get rid of tiredness at the end of the day. A woman who is in high heels for the whole day will be dead tired when she goes home. It would be nice to immerse her feet in a bucket of hot water and relax. It will increase blood circulation and lessen pain. As blood circulation increases to her feet, she will relax. Gone will be the tiredness.

The water therapy of immersing our feet in hot water will increase the immune system of the body, protecting the body from various toxics. The therapy will increase blood circulation.

Now we will discuss how the therapy will help to maintain our body back to the norm.

If you suffer from cold hands and cold feet in the Winter, your body is weak and your blood circulation is slow. Use ginger in your water therapy for one to two weeks. The coldness in your hands and feet will go away and it is likely not to return.

If you suffer from arthritis, use ginger and salt in your water therapy three times a week for three months. You will get back to normal.

Additives can be added to the water for the foot bath. Different additives have different added effects depending on the nature of the additives.

Additive Three. Ginger

Ginger is a flowering plant whose rhizome, ginger root or ginger, is widely used as a spice and a folk medicine. It is a herbaceous perennial which grows annual pseudostems about one meter tall bearing narrow leaf blades.

Ginger is loaded with antioxidants, compounds that prevent stress and damage to our body’s DNA. They may help our body fight off chronic diseases like high blood pressure, heart disease, and diseases of the lungs, plus promote healthy aging.

Ginger by nature is warm. It will increase blood circulation. For a person with a body constitution that is cold in nature, he may have cold feet and cold hands. He may also suffer from numbness of hands and feet. Ginger will be a good remedy. Ginger will also get rid of the wind and cold, a good defense against common cold. It will help to reduce pain from arthritis. It will improve the quality of sleep.

The use of ginger in water therapy is a defense against the common cold. It helps with cold hands and cold feet.

Say you have a common cold in the Fall. You may not have to take medicine. Add five pieces of ginger to your water in water therapy. Immerse your feet in the water for twenty minutes. Do it for two to three days. You will get rid of the common cold. It will also help to build up your health foundation.

Additive Four. Milk

The use of milk in water therapy will increase the quality of sleep. It has a calming effect. It is good for the brain. A woman will look brilliant and vibrant. It will lessen tiredness. It is especially good for the skin.

Additive Five. Rose Petals

The use of rose in water therapy is good for the maintenance of liver, gallbladder, spleen, and stomach. As such, it will help with the digestive system. It will increase our immune system. It will drive away the cold. It will soothe the pain. It will help in detox. The skin will benefit greatly from the use of rose petals.

Of course, rose petals look vey romantic in water. Just imagine taking a bath full of rose petals in water. It will give you a good feeling, right?

Additive six: Ganggui

The use of danggui in water therapy is a good defense against unpleasantness during menstrual cycles for women. Some women will suffer from irregularity and depression. The therapy will improve the situation after seven to ten days.

It will also improve baggy and black eyes.

It will also improve emotional imbalance. It will help with depression. It will reduce the harmful effect of anger which is bad for the liver.

Angelica sinensis, commonly known as dong quai (simplified Chinese: 当归; traditional Chinese: 當歸; pinyin: dāngguī; Jyutping: dong1 gwai1) or female ginseng, is a herb belonging to the family Apiaceae, indigenous to China. Angelica sinensis grows in cool high altitude mountains in East Asia. The yellowish brown root of the plant is harvested in the fall and is a well-known Chinese medicine which has been used for thousands of years.

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