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Query from: malathikorpol, hyderabad, andhrapradesh,India, 04/24/08
Topic: NATURAL BEAUTY      Submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject: how to prepare herbal bath powder at home?

i want to know what ingredients are used and how much is the quantity

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Response from: Ms saipriya r,   
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hello malathikorpol ,

HERBAL BATH SOAP

The herbal bath soap is a kind of soap that contains natural ingredients like the essential oils from aloe vera, patchouli, citronella, rose and sampaguita. Soap which contains rich vitamins from fruits like papaya, lemon and calamansi, are also herbal soaps.

The basic ingredients of the herbal soap are oil and lye solution. The only additives in this kind of soap are the following: coloring powder, essential oil, spring fragrance and lanolin.

METHOD #1

How to Prepare Herbal Soap:

Utensils:

Plastic pail Wooden ladle or bamboo stick Glass or cup Mortar and pestle Cheese cloth or strainer Knife Chopping board Cooking pot (preferably made of clay, enamel, stainless or glass) Stove Plastic molders Akapulko and Guava Soap:

How to Prepare a Decoction:

Wash the leaves thoroughly and chop or cut in small pieces. Measure 1 glass of chopped fresh leaves and 2 glasses of water. Let it boil for 15 minutes (start timing when the water starts to boil). After 15 minutes, remove from fire and strain in a cheesecloth. Set aside and let it cool. Materials:

1 glass Caustic Soda (NaOH) 3 glasses Akapulko or Guava decoction, cooled 5 glasses cooking oil coloring powder (optional) Procedure:

Prepare the materials and the utensils needed. Measure 1 glass of caustic soda and 3 glasses of Akapulko or Guava decoction and pour into a plastic pail. Mix well by stirring continuously using a wooden ladle or bamboo stick. Use only one direction in mixing the mixture. Stir until the caustic soda is dissolved. Pour 5 glasses cooking oil into the mixture. Continue stirring until a consistency of a condensed milk is achieved. Pour the soap mixture into desired plastic molders. Set aside and let it cool to harden. After 4-5 hours, remove the soap from the molder. Allow 30 days of ageing before packing. Label the soaps. Indications:

Akapulko leaves - anti-fungal Guava leaves - antiseptic for wounds Kamias, Calamansi, Papaya, Cucumber and Radish Soaps:Materials:

1 glass Caustic Soda (NaOH) 3 glasses water 5 glasses cooking oil 1/2 glass juice or extract Procedure:

Prepare the materials and the utensils needed. Measure 1 glass of caustic soda and 3 glasses of water and pour into a plastic pail. Mix well by stirring continuously using a wooden ladle or bamboo stick. Use only one direction in mixing the mixture. Stir until the caustic soda is dissolved. Pour 5 glasses cooking oil into the mixture. Continue stirring until a consistency of a condensed milk is achieved and add 1/2 glass of juice or extract. Pour the soap mixture into desired plastic molders. Set aside and let it cool to harden. After 4-5 hours, remove the soap from the molder. Allow 30 days of ageing before packing. Label the soaps. Indications:

Kamias - fruit extract or juice (bleaching soap) Calamansi - fruit extract or juice (bleaching soap) Cucumber - fruit extract or juice (moisturizer) Papaya - extract from fresh leaves (bleaching/moisturizer) Radish - extract from the stem (moisturizer) Reminder:

Caustic Soda can harm the skin upon contact. Wash immediately with vinegar or anything sour and then wash it with soap and water. Caustic Soda is harmful to health and so, make the necessary precaution. Use mask and gloves to protect your body.

METHOD #2

You don’t need to pay high prices for fancy, scented soaps; you can make your own fragrant concoctions with some simple ingredients and a little know-how.Steps:

Decide what kind of dried herbs you’d like to use. Good choices are lavender for its lovely fragrance, and for its ability to soothe irritated skin, and mint for its invigorating properties. Experiment with your favorite herbs to find your favorite combination.

Assemble the other items you will need: the plainest soap you can find (plain glycerine soap is best, but Ivory or another mild, unscented soap will do), a soap mold, and a double boiler. Coat your soap mold with vegetable oil.

Heat 1/3 cup water in a double boiler to a simmer.

Crumble 3 to 4 tablespoons of herbs into the water.

Take the double boiler off the heat and allow the herbs to steep for 15 minutes. Return the pan to the heat and add the bar of soap, cut into small pieces.

When the soap is melted, pour the mixture into the soap mold.

Leave at room temperature until the soap has hardened (it will be a bit softer than the bar you started with).

Open the mold and remove the soap.

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Response from: Geetha Gopakumar,   
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How to Prepare Herbal Soap:

Utensils:

Plastic pail Wooden ladle or bamboo stick Glass or cup Mortar and pestle Cheese cloth or strainer Knife Chopping board Cooking pot (preferably made of clay, enamel, stainless or glass) Stove Plastic molders Akapulko and Guava Soap:

How to Prepare a Decoction:

Wash the leaves thoroughly and chop or cut in small pieces. Measure 1 glass of chopped fresh leaves and 2 glasses of water. Let it boil for 15 minutes (start timing when the water starts to boil). After 15 minutes, remove from fire and strain in a cheesecloth. Set aside and let it cool. Materials:

1 glass Caustic Soda (NaOH) 3 glasses Akapulko or Guava decoction, cooled 5 glasses cooking oil coloring powder (optional) Procedure:

Prepare the materials and the utensils needed. Measure 1 glass of caustic soda and 3 glasses of Akapulko or Guava decoction and pour into a plastic pail. Mix well by stirring continuously using a wooden ladle or bamboo stick. Use only one direction in mixing the mixture. Stir until the caustic soda is dissolved. Pour 5 glasses cooking oil into the mixture. Continue stirring until a consistency of a condensed milk is achieved. Pour the soap mixture into desired plastic molders. Set aside and let it cool to harden. After 4-5 hours, remove the soap from the molder. Allow 30 days of ageing before packing. Label the soaps. Indications:

Akapulko leaves - anti-fungal Guava leaves - antiseptic for wounds Kamias, Calamansi, Papaya, Cucumber and Radish Soaps:Materials:

1 glass Caustic Soda (NaOH) 3 glasses water 5 glasses cooking oil 1/2 glass juice or extract Procedure:

Prepare the materials and the utensils needed. Measure 1 glass of caustic soda and 3 glasses of water and pour into a plastic pail. Mix well by stirring continuously using a wooden ladle or bamboo stick. Use only one direction in mixing the mixture. Stir until the caustic soda is dissolved. Pour 5 glasses cooking oil into the mixture. Continue stirring until a consistency of a condensed milk is achieved and add 1/2 glass of juice or extract. Pour the soap mixture into desired plastic molders. Set aside and let it cool to harden. After 4-5 hours, remove the soap from the molder. Allow 30 days of ageing before packing. Label the soaps. Indications:

Kamias - fruit extract or juice (bleaching soap) Calamansi - fruit extract or juice (bleaching soap) Cucumber - fruit extract or juice (moisturizer) Papaya - extract from fresh leaves (bleaching/moisturizer) Radish - extract from the stem (moisturizer) Reminder:

Caustic Soda can harm the skin upon contact. Wash immediately with vinegar or anything sour and then wash it with soap and water. Caustic Soda is harmful to health and so, make the necessary precaution. Use mask and gloves to protect your body. METHOD #2

You don’t need to pay high prices for fancy, scented soaps; you can make your own fragrant concoctions with some simple ingredients and a little know-how.Steps:

Decide what kind of dried herbs you’d like to use. Good choices are lavender for its lovely fragrance, and for its ability to soothe irritated skin, and mint for its invigorating properties. Experiment with your favorite herbs to find your favorite combination. Assemble the other items you will need: the plainest soap you can find (plain glycerine soap is best, but Ivory or another mild, unscented soap will do), a soap mold, and a double boiler. Coat your soap mold with vegetable oil. Heat 1/3 cup water in a double boiler to a simmer. Crumble 3 to 4 tablespoons of herbs into the water. Take the double boiler off the heat and allow the herbs to steep for 15 minutes. Return the pan to the heat and add the bar of soap, cut into small pieces. When the soap is melted, pour the mixture into the soap mold. Leave at room temperature until the soap has hardened (it will be a bit softer than the bar you started with). Open the mold and remove the soap. http://www.mixph.com…

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Response from: manvitha manvitha,   
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An herbal bath is as much of a treat as it is a treatment. There are several ways to prepare an herbal bath.

If you are using a soluble ingredient, such as baking soda or aloe vera gel, simply dissolve it in hot bath water.

If you are using oatmeal, you can either whirl it into a powder in your blender or bag it (see below). Oatmeal seems soft, but it doesn't dissolve completely unless it has first been very finely milled.

If you are using fresh herbs, you can bag them in a square of cheesecloth or a washcloth. A two- or three-thickness square of cheesecloth is ideal. The loose weave permits maximum release of the herbal essence, yet keeps the parts from floating free in the bath water. One method of bagging herbs is to stitch three sides of a cheesecloth square closed and run a drawstring through the top, or tie the bag closed with a sturdy string. An easier and quicker method is to place a suitable quantity of herbs in the middle of a cheesecloth square. Then simply pull the four corners of the square together and secure them with string. (You can do this with a washcloth or small towel, too, but cheesecloth is easier to manage.) For a full bath, use approximately 6 ounces of dried or fresh herbs.

Fill the tub, placing the bagged herbs under a forceful stream of comfortably hot water. As the tub fills, swish the herbs through the bath water. During the bath, gently squeeze an essence-rich stream of water from the herb bag directly on the part of the body you wish to treat. Your child may enjoy soaking and squeezing the bag. If you are treating an itchy skin condition, you may gently rub the bag across the affected areas. Unless you can trust your child not to rub itchy places raw, however, you may want to do this gentle scratching yourself. If you are using dried herbs, you will have to guard against rough parts, which may be irritating.

If your child is comforted and soothed by an herbal bath, you may want to be ready with a pre-prepared herbal infusion. Soak 6 tablespoons of dried or fresh herbs overnight in 3 cups of water. Start with very hot water and allow it to cool naturally. The following morning, heat the infusion and strain out the residue. No bag is needed; just pour the strained infusion directly into the bath water.

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Response from: Brinda Shine,   
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hi malathi, Creating your own bath salts is quite simple and won’t take a lot of time out of your day. Surprisingly, bath salts are relatively inexpensive to make and require no harsh ingredients. In fact, the main ingredients in bath salts are baking soda, table salt and epsom salt. These can all be found at a local grocery store and are safe to use. Some bath products, which are found in the marketplace, may contain harsh ingredients that could irritate the skin. However, by purchasing bath salts carefully or making them yourself, you will have the peace of mind in knowing that your bath salts are perfectly safe to use.

Start with a large mixing bowl and a spoon or other utensil. Add 3 cups of epsom salt, 2 cups of baking soda and 1 cup of table salt into the bowl. When all ingredients are added, begin mixing them with your hand or a spoon. Next, slowly add food coloring of your choice to the mixture.

Finally, after your coloring is added and mixed evenly using a spoon or other utensil, begin to add essential oils until the desired scent is achieved. The best way to determine is simply by using your own judgement. Bath salts should be strongly scented because less salts will be required for each bath, which will enable them to last longer.

Basic Bath Salts:

Salt - (your choice: Epsom, Sea or Kosher Salt) Baking soda (softens your skin) Essential oil of your choice Food coloring optional

Directions:

Pour the salt, the essential oils, and a few drops of food coloring into the bowl. Fill the jar. When it's time to use the bath salts, pour the mixture into the bathtub and add warm water. Stir the water so the salt dissolves.

Kosher Bath Salts:

Mix equal amounts of kosher salt and baking of soda, add some glycerin, stir well. Put in a container. Add to hot running water. Avoid eyes.

Epsom Bath Salts:

Add 1 cup Epsom salts to your bath when you need to feel uplifted.

Glycerin bath salt: Ingredients:

1 cup fine sea salt 1/2 tsp liquid glycerin (skin moisturizer) (optional) 1/2 cup Epsom salt Directions:

Mix ingredients well. Sprinkle into bath water anytime you need to be rejuvenated! ( Don't wash hair in this water, it may leave it dry).

Jasmine/Vannila Bath salt: Ingredients:

1 cup epsom salt 1 cup baking soda 4 drops blue food coloring 3 drops Jasmine essential/ fragrance oil 4 drops vanilla essential/ fragrance oil 2 tablespoons liquid glycerin (skin moisturizer) (optional)

Directions:

Combine dry ingredients, mix well. Add color and scents one at a time. Keep stirring until mixed well. Break up any clumps. Keep mixing until you have a semi fine powder. Add glycerin and mix well. Musk bath salt: Ingredients:

5 drops yellow food coloring 2 drops red food coloring 4 drops musk fragrant or essential oil 3 drops Jasmine fragrant or essential oil 3 cups epsom salts 1 cup baking soda 2 teaspoons liquid glycerin (skin moisturizer) (optional) Directions:

Combine baking soda, epsom salt and glycerin until well blended, add scents stirring until there is no clumps just a fine powder. Divide the mixture evenly into 3 separate bowls. In the first bowl add 3 drops yellow food coloring, in the second add 3 drops red food coloring and in the 3rd bowl add 2 drops yellow with 1 drop red food coloring...stir each bowl until the color is well mixed. Allow the air to dry it for a few hours before placing in a bottle. Once dried, layer the colors...red first, then orange then lastly yellow.

Cinnamon/balsam Bath salt: Ingredients:

1 cup kosher salt 1 cup baking soda 3 drops Pine balsam essential/fragrance oil 2 drops cinnamon essential/fragrance oil 2 drops cassis essential/fragrance oil 2 tablespoons of liquid glycerin (skin moisturizer) (optional)

Directions:

Mix ingredients together blending well. Break up any clumps.

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Response from: Bond 007 James,   
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hi, among all the different herbal path preparations i come across on the net,here is the best one --

Making natural herbal bath powders is simple and fun. Almost all the parts can come from your pantry. You pick how it is to be scented. Keeping it natural is better for you and our environment. Ingredients

The basic ingredients in natural bath powder are cornstarch and baking soda. The added ingredients for scent and herbal qualities are optional. Though the herbs make it special. You can create your own signature scent.

One cup cornstarch One half a cup baking soda

Optional herbs should be in a dried form and as powdered as possible. I run mine through a small coffee grinder that is used just for herbs or a mortar and pestle works great also. The herbs should be of the highest quality you can get. The amount used per batch is up to you and how much scent you want. A basic rule of thumb is to start with one tablespoon per basic batch. After it is mixed you can always add more but remember you cannot take away. Suggested Herbs

Lavender, this is the most traditional and my personal favorite, use the flowers removed from the stem and ground. Lavender is used as a calming herb and is said to promote sleep. Mint, creates a light and summery scent Cilantro, yes the Mexican seasoning, dried and used in small amounts creates an earthy more masculine scent Dried Rose Petals, very traditional soft rose, don't expect a lot of scent Use your imagination, try your favorite herb, avoid spices like cinnamon and clove until you test for an allergic reaction, the oils often cause skin irritation Mixing

There are a number of ways to mix your ingredients together. Remember to pick a dry day, humidity will make things sticky. The simplest is to put it all in a large zipper bag and shake well. I use my blender to get a smoother consistency. This method is messier but the texture is worth it. Then just pour into the container of choice. Packaging

Any moisture proof container can be used. The fun comes from finding the original ones. Small canning jars used for jams, with a wide mouth, are the easiest to come by. You can cover the inner lid with fabric or place a sticky label on top. Small paper mache boxes from the local craft store are inexpensive and can be decorated as you wish. If you are giving it as a gift, including a powder puff is a nice touch. These could be made at home out of short fake fur or purchased very reasonably at a drugstore. Have Fun

Making this powder is quick and simple. It can be a great small gift or just keep it on hand for personal use on those hot summer days.

http://www.gomestic.com/Do-It-Yours…

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Response from: - Bahu -,   
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Dear Malathikorpol,

there are many types of herbal bath powders you can make at home. Try this recipe:

1/2 c gram flour 1/3 c neem powder 1/3 c powdered dried camomile flowers 1/4 c rose petal powder 1/4 c haldi 1/4 c powdered green tea 1/8 c ginger powder 1/8 c cinnamon powder

Keep in an airtight jar and use a handful at bathtime for great skin.

Good luck!

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Response from: Latha Jayaprakash,   
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Dear malathi,

I do not know which type of Herbal powder you are talking about. What we do at home is to get Green gram, Kasturi turmeic powder, and hibiscus or rose or anyother flower petals which you like. Powder them and use them as a scrub. Apply coconut oil all over and wash yourself with this powder. If you like you can visit this site and see what all herbal bath varieties have been given.

http://earthnotes.tripod.com/cosmet… http://www.scribd.com/doc/1774/250-…

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Response from: NEERAJA NAVEEN,   
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u can see below recipes (250 body recipes) in the link http://www.scribd.com/doc/1774/250-… them and see them .

herbal bath powder recipes,elbow softeners recipe,simple soap recipes,scrubs,oils,liquid hand soaps,perfumes,body sprays,heavenly body powder,scented bath powder,jasmine body powder,cough syrup recipe,cold recipe,body hair bleaches,dandruf removing recipes.shampoos ,deoderants,dry hair treatments, herbal astringent,herbal cleanser,lotions and creams,strech mark oil,masks ,facial scrubs,lip balm,lip gloss,herbal massage oil recipes etc.

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Response from: Keep Smiling .,   
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Mix equal quantities of besan powder, kasthurimanjal powder, turmeris powder. Take a small quantity of this and mix with little curd or rosewater. You can use this daily during your bath.

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Response from: ambreen AZHAR,   
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take 1 cup rock salt,1/2 cup epsom salt,2 tbsp bakin soda,10 drops lavender oil,colorant,,blend all except bakin soda,blend soda after other ingredients are mixed,u can also add 1/2 tsp of glycerine at this point to make the salt sparkle use1/4 to1/2 a cup per bath

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Response from: Mrs. Sai Sai,   
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malathikorpol,

Please see this link to know the preparation of Herbal bath powder

http://www.indusladies.com/forums/f…

You can also see these links in ammas.com

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You can also see this link

http://www.scribd.com/doc/1774/250-…

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Response from: lalitha vandana,   
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For preparing herbal bath powder at home the base is shekakai powder with that add the below given ingrediants

sikkakai powder 1kg kasthuri turmaric 100g neem leaves 50g thulasi leaves 50g vetiver (in tamil) root with good smell 20g dry rose leaves 20g dry the above in light sun light and grind in mill. use this daily twice this will keep the body away from dirt and germs and keeps the body cool all the day long.

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Response from: mrs.ram s,   
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hi malathi garu,

here is the herbal bath powder...

bombay ravva(upma ravva)/oatmeal powder(optional)--1cup rice flour(biyyam pindi) --1 cup multani mitti---1 cup orange peel powder---1/2 cup rose petals powder---1/2 cup( u can more for more fairness n soft skin) Sandal powder--1cup

mix above all....to get fairer skin..

it really works...i use this regularly..

thanks

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Response from: Dr. Sindu.,   
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Hello malathi,

i dont understand what you mean by herabl bathing powder.I have seen a lot of preparation on net,but i think all those ingredients are not available.If you dont want to use chemical soaps, you can wash your body using powdered green gram mixed with besan flour .If you wish you can add some kasthuri manjal(Turmeric) and camphour to it get good aroma.This mixture is good for people with dry skin and those having skin allergies.

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Response from: savithri gopalan,   
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bathpower can be prepared with besan, methipowder amla powder,haldi, neem leaves dried and powdered all mixed. Instead of besan, one can use moong dhal powder too. Amla, haldi and neem leaves , each abt a table spoon for 500gms of besan or moong. savithri

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Response from: deevs pillai,   
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mix green gram dhal powder(100gms),turmeric powder(dried and powdered kasthuri manjal)(25gms) not the cooking variety,dried and powdered rose petals(25gms),fenugreek(vendhayam) dried and powdered(25gms).

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Response from: R Kannan,   
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Your question is not very clear. You can use simple Moong dal powder alone. If you are expecting any combinations, you can take hibiscus flowers, Sikkakai powders along with Moong dal.

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