Bath Salts they’re supposed to be for RELAXATION, right?

Image“Ivory Wave”, ” Purple Wave”, “Vanilla Sky”, and “Bliss”—- are all among the many street names of a so-called designer drug known as “Bath Salts”. We thought bath salts were for relaxing in a state of aromatherapy, after a long day at the office? Unfortunately these “Bath Salts”, and similar products with euphemistic names are not supposed to be for human consumption. These products are being sold in shops, convenience stores and gas stations and our children are purchasing these dangerous items. These bath salts contain amphetamine-like chemicals such as methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV), mephedrone, and pyrovalerone.

When MDPV gets to the brain, the effects include producing feelings of empathy, stimulation, alertness, euphoria, sensory awareness and hallucinations. Other reported effects include rapid heart rate, high blood pressure, and sweating. Parents and schools must stress to children that these substances, despite not being illegal, these can be even more dangerous than street drugs, just like tobacco & misused medications. This is the ideal moment to have that conversation to help the youth understand why something that is legal is not necessarily safe.

Using bath salts as directed can be a tool in achieving a level of relaxation. Also, when you make your now, you can make it a family project and spend some quality time with your kids in the kitchen.  There is a fun & easy bath salt recipe below for you to try.

Of course if you simply don’t have the time,we have a great idea! Our luxurious bath salts are currently on sale! Go tohttp://www.bathedbynature.com/   After making a purchase, you are one step closer to a total state of relaxation with a product handcrafted from the heart to nourish the soul!

ImageStress Reliever Bath Salt Recipe

  • 2 cups Epsom Salt (from your local drug store)
  • 1 cup Sea Salt (from your local health food or grocery store)
  • 15 drops Lavender Essential Oil (from your local health food store)
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