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Tibetan Herbal Footsoaks


A synergistic combination of sustainably-wildcrafted botanicals, enriched with Tibetan mineral salts that provide the deep healing experience of a high mountain hot spring. They stimulate deep regenerative processes critical for the brain and body.

Soak in the botanical terpenes, volatile oils, and alkaloids from these sacred herbs, which have been used for millennia in the Himalayas to deeply relax, restore and soothe ones journey through life. 

Literally the best quality on Earth, and directly sourced. 

During the foot soak, the herbal ingredients are absorbed through the skin into the blood stream, where they are evenly distributed through the rest of the body. Active ingredients improve blood microcirculation, increase the cells that repair damaged tissue, prevent muscle atrophy, reduce biofilms, and protect and restore the nervous system.

To learn more, listen to this 15 min podcast about them.



Conditions Treated


Most commonly used for pain, menstrual disorders, and supporting healthy circulation, but can also be used for a host of other conditions, as well as for optimizing general health:

Foot soaks should NOT be used in the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy

  • Metastatic cancer

  • Acute cold/flu

  • Within 7 days post-surgery

  • Thrombosis

  • Open wounds or burns on the feet, ankles or lower legs

  • Infections

  • Bleeding disorders

  • Fertility support

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Peripheral neuropathy

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Gout

  • Cold abdomen with diarrhea

  • Hypertension

  • Fatigue

  • Insomnia

  • Arthritis

  • Pain + muscle aches

  • Inflammation

  • Headaches

  • Migraines

  • Cold hands and feet

  • Painful/irregular periods

  • Hormones + PMS

  • Stress & anxiety

  • Gas and Bloating

  • Constipation

Homecare Instructions



Steep your feet for 30 minutes, covering your legs with towel or blanket to maintain heat.

As you steep, pay attention to the distribution of heat. Feel for cold areas or blockages in the distribution. Relax to open them to allow the circulation to flow evenly. Enjoy this as an introspective meditation. (keep your phone out of reach!)

Add hot water as you become accustomed to it raising the water temperature to 110-115 degrees. This is the ideal temperature for the soak to be most effective.

After around 20-30 minutes you should break a light sweat.

Take your feet out while they are still hot. Dry your feet thoroughly.

Allow the sweat to dry while being careful to avoid drafts or wind exposure.

Used daily for 3 months for arthritis. Used for 3 weeks for hormone balance and digestive disorders. After symptoms are alleviated, and for general wellbeing, continue 1-2 times a week for maintenance and health optimization. 

If you're feeling overheated and/or intensely sweating, discontinue your foot soak.

Each sachet can be re-used up to 3 times; store in sealed container in refrigerator for up to 5 days.

Avoid doing foot soaks if you are hungry. Avoid doing foot soaks under a draft. Avoid if bleeding heavily during menstruation. Avoid using electronics while doing foot soaks; meditating, resting, reading, or socializing are recommended. If using teabags in a bath, do not recline and submerge your chest in water, stay in an upright seated position. 

Similar to a vigorous workout, foot soaks are stimulating if done longer than 20min, therefore if using at night soak for a shorter duration (>20min). Keep your feet warm after your foot soak



Di Yu Wei (Burnet Bloodwort Root)
Promotes red blood cell production, stops bleeding, kills pain, and is an antioxidant.

Qiang Huo (Notopterygium Root)
This herb is considered an “elite” herb that only best in Bejing have access to. It is traditionally used for arthritis pain, its an anti-inflammatory, inhibits fungus in the body and has a direct effect on pain signaling. It helps with irregular heart rate by restoring natural rhythm. It increases oxygen in the blood, improves immune function

Zang Chang Pu (Tibetan Acorus)
Mild tranquilizing effect to promote relaxation, it is antibacterial, and regulates the digestive system (this is crucial for diseases involving the gut-brain axis)

Ku Shen (Sophora Root)
inhibits bacterial bile films which are present in most chronic diseases in the body!  Diseases such as Parkinsons, Dementia, lyme and more. This herb is also a anti fungal, anti-bacteria, anti-parasitic and anti-viral

Ai Ye (Mugwort)
Anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and inhibits blood clots.  It increase the secretion of bile in the gall bladder to assist in fat burning

Gan Jiang (Ginger)
Protects the liver, protects the gastric mucosa of the stomach lining, its anti-inflammatory, its a painkiller, its anti-bacterial and prevents clotting.

Ka Ru cha (Tibetan Salt)
A special salt that is incredibly high in potassium, calcium, iron, aluminum, titanium, manganese, barium, strontium, magnesium, copper, silicon, and sulphur.  This has been shown to promote longevity.

Additives: none


  • A non-metal bucket or container that comfortably fits your feet + ankles. If it can cover the calves it will work faster.

  • Thermometer (cooking thermometer is fastest)

  • Towel

  • 1-3 foot soak sachets (foot soaks can be purchased here)

  • Boiling water


  • Place 1-3 teabags in your Foot Soak bucket

  • Add 5-8 cups of boiling water for the herbal sachets to decoct

  • Wait until the water temperature is below 110F degrees.
    100-105F is a nice place to start.

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