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Dr. Teal's Pure Epsom Salt Superfood Soaking Solution Refresh & Revitalize -- 3 lbs

Dr. Teal's Pure Epsom Salt Superfood Soaking Solution Refresh & Revitalize
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Dr. Teal's Pure Epsom Salt Superfood Soaking Solution Refresh & Revitalize -- 3 lbs

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Dr. Teal's Pure Epsom Salt Superfood Soaking Solution Refresh & Revitalize Description

  • Refresh & Revitalize with Organic Superfoods & Essential Oils
  • Vitamins A, B & C
  • Pure Epsom Salt Eases Aches & Soreness from Muscle Pains
  • Organic Kale, Spinach, Blue Spirulina and Acai Berry Help Moisturize & Refresh the Skin
  • Essential Oils Revitalize the Mind
  • Made in the USA
  • Cruelty Free

Pure Epsom Salt + Vitamins A, B & C + Essential Oils


Pure Epsom Salt to help ease aches and pains

Organic Superfoods to refresh & revitalize skin

Essential Oils to uplift the mind


Dr. Teal's® Superfood Soaking Solution combines Pure Epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulfate USP) with nutrient-rich superfoods to help revitalize tire, achy muscles and deeply moisturize the skin.


With vitamins A, B and C and made with organic kale, spinach, blue spirulina and acai berry to help moisturize and refresh skin while natural essential oils revitalize the mind.


How to Use:


Soak away discomfort from sore muscles: Pour at least 2 cups of Dr. Teal's Soaking Solution under warm, running bath water. Soak for 20 minutes, and let the rich minerals soak away discomfort.


Update your Self-Care Ritual: After pouring the Dr. Teal's® Pure Epsom Salt into the bath water, pour a generous amount of Dr. Teal's® Superfood Foaming Bath under warm, running bath water for a relaxing bubble bath moment.

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Animal testing.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Magnesium sulfate (epsom salt), retinyl palmitate (vitamin A palmitate), niacinamide (vitamin B3), ascorbic acid (vitamin C), euterpe oleracea fruit extract (acai berry), brassica oleracea acephala powder (kale), spinacia oleracea (spinach) leaf powder, spiruline platensis powder (blue spirulina), fragrance (parfum), citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) peel oil, ocimum basilicum (basil) oil, salvia officinalis (sage) extract, eucalyptus glubulus leaf oil, mentha viridis (spearmint) leaf oil, cymbopohon citratus leaf oil.

Caution: Hot or warm soaks should not be used by individuals with diabetes, except on advice of physician. Do not ingest. Use only as directed. If irritation occurs, discontinue use. Consult a physician if irritation persists. If product enters the eye, wash out thoroughly with plenty of clean water.


For External Use Only. Do Not Ingest.

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Curious About Cupping? Find Out if This Natural Therapy is Right for You

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]From Olympic athletes (Michael Phelps) to celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow and Lady Gaga, cupping is back in vogue. Maybe you’ve even seen people out and about with tell-tale purple circles on their backs and shoulders, the aftermath of a cupping session. The use of cupping has evolved over time, and these days people most commonly request cupping to relieve chronic muscle soreness or musculoskeletal injuries. But cupping can be used to treat many other complaints, including headaches, hypertension and gastrointestinal issues, including IBS, and even acne.

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What is cupping therapy - a brief history 

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine, used in China for thousands of years. The ancient Egyptians, however, were the first to use cupping therapy systematically, in order to “remove the foreign matter from the body.” The Greek doctors Hippocrates and Galen were also great advocates of cupping. In the early days the technique was used solely for bleeding purposes. In ancient times, animal horns were used to facilitate the practice, primarily to drain snakebites and lesions. The remedial application of cupping has evolved concurrent to the refinement of the cup itself, and now cups are primarily fabricated out of glass or bamboo. An old Chinese maxim states “Where there’s stagnation, there will be pain. Remove the stagnation, and you remove the pain.” According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), pain results from the congestion, stagnation and blockage of Qi, or vital energy, vital fluids, lymph, phlegm and blood. Suffering is a result of obstructed or irregular flow in the body. Cupping is believed to break up blockages in order to restore the body’s natural flow of energy.

What happens during a cupping session?

Cupping is typically offered under the umbrella of TCM. Many acupuncturists offer cupping, and when needles are involved, it’s actually considered a form of acupuncture. These days, many massage therapists also offer cupping, either on its own or used in conjunction with other massage services. Massage practitioners say it enhances massage therapy by increasing blood flow, relaxing the muscles, reducing soreness, releasing fascia and speeding healing of overworked muscles. During a cupping session, a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. There are two main types of cupping: wet and dry. Dry cupping involves the suction of the skin into the cup. Wet cupping has one extra step in which an incision is made, and blood is drawn from the suctioned area. During both types of cupping, your therapist will put a flammable substance such as alcohol, herbs or paper in a cup and set it on fire. After the fire flames out, they put the cup upside down on your skin. The suction typically lasts for only a few minutes, but it’s enough time to cause the capillaries just beneath the surface to rupture, creating the circular, eye-catching bruises—very similar to the mechanism by which hickies are produced. The patient feels a “pulling” sensation over the area of the skin where the cups are applied. The intensity of the “pull” is dependent on the size of the cup, location and suction. Of course, all these factors can be varied as needed, depending on the patient’s preference. Most patients find the experience pleasant, although they may be left with localized discoloration that will fade and disappear within a number of days or weeks. Currently, more research is being performed to provide evidence for the benefits of cupping. Some studies suggest it’s an effective treatment for fibromyalgia, another study shows possible benefits for neck pain, and yet another study showed that cupping relieved symptoms of knee arthritis.

Who are good candidates for cupping?

Most people can experiment with cupping, but you should check with your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:
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Can you try this at home?

At-home cupping kits exist, but you may find it easier to relax under the care of a professional. Plus, some spots, such as those on your back or neck, may be hard to reach on your own. Seeing a professional also ensures that the proper technique is followed, as well as a more even application. If you decide you want try cupping at home, ask your practitioner for guidance. They can answer any questions you may have and may be able to recommend a reputable at-home kit.

Are there any risks?

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