Foot Bath with Chinese Herbs and Reflexology

Foot bath can promote blood circulation, drive away “pathogenic factors,” especially during cold winters. The feet are very important in health maintenance. The ancient Chinese often compared the human body to a tree, with the torso as the trunk, the arms the branches and the feet the roots. It is said that a dying tree withers first in its roots, and an aging person first feels their health recede from the feet. For this reason, foot care is an important part of overall health. Six meridians (liver, gall bladder, kidney, spleen and stomach) reach the feet, each of which has more than 60 acupuncture points. The foot has points that correspond to many parts and organs of the body. Soaking in hot water activates blood and energy throughout the body. In herbal foot baths, the skin absorbs elements through the skin and these travel through energy channels to target points. Foot Bath with Herbs can relief cold, flu, stress, insomnia, menstrual cramps, also can be beneficial to some chronic stomach inflammation, high blood pressure, stroke patients.