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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A HOT mustard bath was recommended by the Victorians, for clearing "the tubes" and easing aches and pains.
Or the way whole nations are eroticized in Darrell Wasyk's Mustard Bath and the collaborative A Winter Tan.
Well how about, "A mustard bath is the best thing in the world.