This morning I woke to heels that were definitely much softer, however, I feel that I will need to use a pumice stone to remove some of the dead skin.
Having mobility difficulties will make this impossible so I will need to go to the spa or have someone do it for me.
After getting this done, I would definitely repeat this soak and moisturizer. More to come!
I can’t be the only one looking for relief from dry, cracked heel this winter. Here is the recipe that I tried this evening:
1. Add 3 drops of each: Rosemary, lemon and lavender, to a warm foot bath.
2. Soak feet.
3. Pat dry feet and massage olive, almond or vegetable oil into your heels, followed by a pair of socks, before bed. I used coconut oil.
I’ll let you know how it works out in the morning!
This winter salad looks amazing. It’s definitely on my meal plan for this week. Enjoy!
Source: Winter salad – with sweet potato, avocado & pomegranate
This is a VERY concerning stance the CDC is taking on pain. Why they would say that only cancer-related pain is worthy of consideration of opioid-based pain medication is ludicrous! How can anyone say one’s pain is worse than another’s? This is a dangerous game they are playing and, as usual, the patients who live daily with pain, are the pawns; or as the CDC would suggest: addicts. Brutal.
Chronic Pain Groups Blast CDC for Opioid Guidelines
I came across this article discussing the possibility of finding relief from various culprits such as: back and neck soreness and aches, organs, sinuses and throat, digestive issues, head and heart (pressure headaches), joints.
I will be curious to know if you try any of the ear reflexology points, and hear what worked, and what didn’t. Please let me know about your experience in the comments below. -~seana~-
I am not the type of person who runs to the doctor every time I feel a little ache or pain. After all, aches and pains are a part of life. Instead, I prefer to think I have a little more control over my own body, like when trying these pain relief stretches I can do without leaving…