mustard bath


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mustard bath

A stimulative hot foot bath consisting of a mixture of 1 tablespoon (15 ml) of dry mustard in a quart (946 ml) of hot water added to a pail or large basin filled with water of 100° to 104°F (37.8° to 40°C).
See also: bath
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Commonly used in Ayurveda, mustard baths can help tone and soothe worn out muscles and nerves, and can promote complete relaxation of mind and body, thereby inducing deep sleep.