The warmth of Mustard gently opens pores and assists in the elimination of impurities. Our popular bath is now widely available in natural food stores, spas, health clinics and specialty shops worldwide. Contains: Certified Organic Mustard Seed Powder, Essential Oils of Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Wintergreen & Thyme and Gum Benzoin in a base of Sodium Carbonate.
Dr. Singha put emphasis on strengthening the body's natural defenses through detoxification and nourishment, and inspired the desire for better health in an atmosphere of trust and celebration. He always stressed the importance of the skin as an organ of elimination and absorption. With this in mind he developed his unique Mustard Bath formula
How Mustard Speeds Up "Arterial Traffic"
The other function of the Mustard Treatment is to ease deep-seated pains and aches. These are often due to localised inflammation, which is not, as you might suppose, in itself a part of trouble, but is the result of the body's effort to promote healing by brining up fresh supplies of blood through the arteries. Unfortunately, when the circulation is sluggish, this only results in congestion and stagnation, and consequent pressure on the nerves in the affected part.
When this happens, Mustard acts like an efficient policeman. Its action on the skin moves on this traffic-jam, and enables the blood to be renewed at the seat of the pain. Healthy circulation is restored and the poisons are dispersed; congestion is relieved and the pain is eased.
What is a Mustard Bath?
"If you please, m'lud.. If you will refer to the evidence already given, you will find that is is a way of getting rid of poisons from the body. It draws the blood to the skin, as is testified by the healthy pink flush that follows a Mustard Bath. It opens the pores wide, and through them the comforting warmth penetrates into the body, and poisons are driven out.
But that is not all. The Mustard Bath is one of the most effective ways in which the powers of Mustard may be applied to the relieving of deep-seated pain. In a Mustard Bath the blood thus drawn to the surface of the skin relieves the congestion inside, and the result is a delicious feeling of drowsiness which promotes a good night's rest and health-giving sleep.
Mustard - The Age - Old Remedy for Pain
The great healing virtues of Mustard have been known and honoured for hundreds and hundreds of years. The great Greek physician Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, was familiar with the medical uses of Mustard more than 2,000 years ago. He called it "That's the end of that." And the significance of this, when you consider the wonderful way in which Mustard puts an end to pain, is remoarkable and unmistakable.