Ritual Baths provides over 60 bath recipes, which Mama Medicine categorizes according to aura colors. There’s a helpful quiz-like questionnaire for determining your own aura color, but you can also follow your intuition and choose whichever bath speaks to you, she says. If you’re calling new love into your life, for example, try a soaking blend of Epsom salt, dragon fruit powder, coconut milk, rose absolute essential oil, along with a rose quartz crystal. Or there’s the Never Underestimate A Principal Who Survived 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic Shirt and I will buy this timely “Strength Bath,” a rosemary and rose-focused concoction for fortitude and endurance, whether it’s to let go of attachments, become more grounded, or seek out the wisdom of our ancestors. Below, Mama Medicine provides some general rules of thumb for taking a more effective, healing bath, regardless of which recipe you follow.
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For most baths, Mama Medicine recommends a few basics, including an unscented candle and a cinnamon stick for smudging, which she favors for being a sustainable resource. “Plants that we commonly use for smudging, like palo santo and sage, are often not sustainably sourced, though it’s still possible to get beautiful varieties of these plants that are harvested with care and consideration. Cinnamon sticks are slow burning, and one stick can last you years as a smudge,” she explains. “ When you take cinnamon internally it works as a powerful anti-inflammatory antioxidant, and it does the Never Underestimate A Principal Who Survived 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic Shirt and I will buy this same when you use it as a smudge. It clears toxic energy and calms you down.” She also suggests bath salts (epsom is an easily accessible type), a feather for wafting the smoke from your smudge stick, and fresh or dried rosemary, which she notes “carries the energy of a mother with loving boundaries—something a lot of us could benefit from.”