Relaxing Bath Teas


Bath Teas are another of my favourite ways to relax, and a great way to get herbs into your bath! All these recipes, you can steep them in a small amount of boiling water for 15/20 minutes, strain and add the water to your bath. OR you can add them directly. I tend to opt for the later – I use the little organza bags you can get for gifts, place the herbs inside and then drop into my bath. You could of course, just add the herbs loose, but I don’t care for them sticking to my skin or having to clean the tub after!

R E C I P I E S {makes enough for one bath}

 Healing Bath Tea

4 tsp Lavender

2 tsp Rosemary

1 tsp Epsom salts

Feel Better

4 tsp Lavender

4 tsp Rosemary

4 crushed cloves

Skin Soother

{this is a great one for sufferers of eczema.. The calandula and yarrow soothe the skin and the chamomile is a stress reliever, and helps to relax you for bedtime}

4 tsp Calandula

4 tsp yarrow

2 tsp Chamomile




  1. May 1, 2013 / 10:22

    Thanks for sharing these! I’ve bookmarked this for later! :)

  2. May 1, 2013 / 15:47

    Oh! I’d never thought to put the salts in an organza bag – I’ve been cleaning lavender petals out of my tub every time, haha! Thanks for the recipes, and the tip!


  3. May 3, 2013 / 09:08

    For some reason I’ve never managed to get round to making bath teas. These look far to lovely not to try though. Great idea about using the organza bags.

    • polly
      May 9, 2013 / 09:24

      ooh! let me know if you do!

  4. November 17, 2014 / 10:34

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