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Tibetan Herbal Foot Soak

The area of Tibet where the herbs are from is called the Aryans. Tibetan herbal foot soaks contains eight unique pharmaceutical grade herbs has been time tested for its benefits. The allotted temperature and herbs given in this soak will accelerate the heart to pump blood more efficiently and open the micro circulation of the feet allowing the medicine to be absorbed. The mixture allows the chemical components to bypass the digestive system therefore increasing its effectiveness. This herbal formula has been researched thoroughly for its chemical constituents and has been clinically effective for many conditions.

Podcast of foot soaks

History Of Tibetan and Chinese Foot Soaks - Dr. Andrew Miles And PH.D Xuelan Qiu
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Tibetan Foot Soak's Pharmacology and Use - Dr. Andrew Miles and PH.D Xuelan Qiu
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Conditions Treated

  • Clears skin conditions (acne, rosacea)

  • Cold Hands & Feet

  • Gas and Bloating

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Headaches & Migraines

  • Pain (arthritic, chronic inflammatory)

  • Plantar Fasciitis

  • Inflammation

  • Irregular & Painful Menstruation

  • Insomnia

  • Neuropathy

  • Reduces high blood pressure

Herbal Functions & Benefits

  • Anti-Inflammatory

  • Antibacterial, Anti-fungal, Anti-parasitic, & Anti-viral properties

  • Increases blood circulation and helps thin the blood

  • Inhibits bacterial biofilm for gut dysbiosis

  • Inhibits fungus

  • Improves immune function

  • Influences Prostaglandins regulation for sharp pain

  • Nitric Oxide transforms fat into heat

  • Promote red blood cell production

  • Powerful antioxidant

  • Regulatory effect on the digestive system

Soaking Instructions

1. Choose a basin. You need a container large enough to accommodate both your feet and deep enough to cover your ankle bones. A Tupperware dishpan works well. An electric foot spa is ideal. You can get a sense of what they look like from the link  below. 

2. Prepare the medicinal infusion. Bring 2 quarts of water (if you are using a dish pan) or 3 quarts of water (if you are using a foot spa or a large bucket) to a boil in a large pot. Place one or two medicinal sachets into the pot, turn the heat down to low, cover the pot, and simmer gently for 30 minutes.

3. Reduce the infusion to proper soaking temperature. Add 4 quarts of room temperature water (if using a dishpan) or 7 quarts of room temperature water (if using a foot spa or large bucket) to your basin. Add the hot infusion to the water in the basin and stir thoroughly.

4. Confirm the soak temperature is between 105-113 degrees using an instant-read kitchen thermometer. THIS IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT IF THE SENSATION IN YOUR EXTREMITIES IS IMPAIRED BY NEUROPATHY OR ANOTHER CONDITION. The ideal soak temperature is between 110-113 degrees. Many people find this temperature uncomfortably hot when they first start soaking, however. It is ok to work up to this temperature gradually.

5. Sit down and soak. Choose a place where you will not be exposed to drafts and where you can sit quietly without disruptions. It is best to avoid watching TV or using a phone or computer while soaking. Use the time to meditate, pray, or have a pleasant conversation.

6. Maintaining the soak temperature. It is important to maintain the soak temperature in the therapeutic range of 105-112 degrees for the duration of the soak (30-45 minutes). The easiest way to do this is to use an electric kettle to add small amounts of boiling water to the soaking basin every 5-10 minutes. REMOVE YOUR FEET FROM THE BASIN WHEN ADDING HOT WATER AND EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION WHILE USING ELECTRIC APPLIANCES AROUND WATER. ALWAYS CONFIRM THE SOAK TEMPERATURE IS BELOW 112 DEGREES BEFORE PUTTING FEET BACK IN THE SOAK. For chronic conditions, it is important to keep to a schedule. One treatment will not fix the issue. 

Do Not Use If You Have/Are

  • Open Sores, Broken Skin, Burns

  • Metastatic Cancer Patient

  • Pregnant

  • Have Heart Disease

  • Have Heart Failure

  • Under the influence of Alcohol

Property Blend Of Herbs

  • Du Yi Wei(Herba Lamiophlomis Rotata)

  • Hong Jing Tian(Rhodiola Tibetica)

  • Zang Hong Hua(Stigma Croci)

  • Qian Huo(Notopterygii Rhizoma Et Radix)

  • Zang Chang Pu(Acori Calami Rhizoma)

  • Ku Shen(Radix Sophorae Fiavescentis)

  • Sheng Jiang(Rhizoma Zingiberis Recens)

  • Ai Ye(Folium Artemisiae Argyi)

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