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Re: epsom salt bath + now numb feet and noodly legs
 
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Re: epsom salt bath + now numb feet and noodly legs


was the water hot?

did you transition to cold water to stop detoxing?

how long did you soak?

excerpt: (for baths but the priciple for ending with cold is the same)

"In other wards, if one does the Hot bath and then does not take the cold shower, then this allows the body to remain too acidic! The cold shower is very important in the end of the process or the body may be more acidic than in the beginning from all the Toxins and Acids which may have been released into the Lymphatic system!"

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For all the footbaths, you want a very hot water, as hot as you can handle. It will be useful to have a kettle or flask with hot water handy so you can pour more hot water into the foot bath should it get cold.

You want another foot bath with ice cold water in (add some ice cubes!)

You soak for several minutes in the hot, then alternate with cold for a minute and continue alternating like this several times. Take around 30 minutes of soaking for full benefits. Always end with cold."

from:
http://www.askmoreless.com/alkalizing_foot_baths


Maybe post the question at the "askmoreless" forum?

Hope you feel renewed soon....

MadArt (ist)


 

 
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