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Healing Waters

Heal your body and mind with water infusions!



This week we're talking about the liquid of life, the baseline of all things living, water! The human body needs it to survive and water infusions can help heal and treat hair, skin digestion, and your overall mood. Continue reading for all the tips and tricks for water infusions!


Cucumber Water

Not only is cucumber water a luxurious spa drink staple, but it also holds major health benefits. Cucumber water is most effective when prepared the night before consumption. Slice up a fresh, clean, cucumber thinly and add to a pitcher of filtered water. Let your water steep overnight in the refrigerator.

Cucumber water is great for decreasing bloat. It also helps to detox the body, combat dark circles under the eyes, and give the skin a more glowing sheen.



Lemon Water

One of the most common and popular water infusions is lemon water. By simply adding lemon juice to a cup of warm water, and drinking it specifically in the morning, you can aid your digestive tract immensely. Lemon water is the ultimate detoxifier, and can even help encourage a flatter-looking tummy.


Ginger Water

Water infused with ginger can help to relieve a pesky headache and soothe menstrual cramping. Infuse your water with ginger by boiling the ginger root in 16 ounces of water for up to 15 minutes, and enjoy!




Rose Water

For luminous skin, healthier hair, and better blood circulation look no further. Rose water, brewed by steeping rose petals in boiling water, works both topically and internally. Besides the beautiful scent and romance they inspire, rose petals hold incredible health and beauty benefits. The petals are packed with vitamins C and E. They are also a good source of preventive cell damage antioxidants. Increasing our body's moisture levels, which makes them great for skin care.


Mint Water

Simply letting mint leaves steep overnight in a pitcher of water makes for a refreshing beverage in the morning. It also helps to detox the body, helps fight acne, and promotes healthy weight loss.



Tea Time

In addition to the water infusions we've mentioned today, the list is endless when it comes to healing waters. Other additives such as honey, fennel seed, cumin, and aloe barely scratch the surface of healing water possibilities. This week, we're asking what you like to add to your water to jazz it up. Let us know in the comments!







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