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Taking a ginger detox bath is one of the best ways to sweat out toxins, especially if you feel "under the weather" or are stressed out.
For many years, I have relied on saunas, detox baths, and mineral hot springs to quickly and effectively remove toxins and boost my immune system, both for preventive and curative effects.
Since our skin is the largest organ of elimination, controlled sweating is highly effective for detoxifying the body.
However, you don’t have to feel sick to enjoy the many health benefits of a ginger bath. Ginger root is a powerful herb that has many uses, both internally and externally. Just to name a few:
The most significant benefit of a ginger detox bath is that it usually causes the bather to sweat profusely, not only during the bath but also for an hour or more afterwards.
However, this is not always the case. I have discovered that some people just do not sweat much, no matter how hot their body temperature gets. This is not necessarily a good thing.
But usually after several detox baths or saunas, they do start to notice a difference in how much they sweat. So, if the ginger bath doesn’t work the first time, you might want to try it again or try a different type of detox bath.
Cautions: Ginger root is not recommended for people who take anticoagulants. If you are pregnant, have high blood pressure or any serious health condition, talk to your doctor before taking a ginger detox bath.
Further reading . . .
Chlorine in Tap Water - Why Use a Bath and Shower Filter?
Organicfacts.net; Health Benefits of Ginger
Return from Ginger Detox Bath to Benefits of Hydrotherapy for Healing
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