Saffron, also known as saffron and saffron, is a perennial flower of the genus Saffron, and is also a common spice. It is a valuable Chinese herbal medicine with strong physiological activity. Its stigma is used as medicine in Asia and Europe, and it has the effects and functions of calming, phlegm and phlegm. The use of saffron to soak feet has also become one of the ways of modern health care.
The effect of saffron soaking feet is mainly to lower blood pressure, soften blood vessels, and activate the muscles, which can effectively improve immunity and improve sleep quality. Using saffron foot bath to absorb the skin's superficial mucosa and activated subcutaneous nerve cells and the acupoints of the human body's feet 36 by bathing, the energy molecules in the drug are absorbed and transformed to cause the overall pharmacological effect of the body, thereby comprehensively improving the muscle energy of the human body. Enhance the body's immune function.
1. When using saffron to soak your feet, the temperature of the hot water should not exceed 50 degrees Celsius. The temperature of the water just poured into the basin may be relatively high. It needs to be placed for a while before the water temperature drops and then the foot is started.
2, the time to soak your feet with saffron should not exceed half an hour, soaking for a long time will lead to increased heart burden, which is not good for your health.
3, do not soak your feet within half an hour after a meal, it is best to eat an hour after eating or soaking your feet before going to bed. Generally speaking, it is most suitable for bathing at 5~7 in the evening, because the kidney is active during this time. Remember to not soak your feet when you are on an empty stomach.
** Menstrual, pregnant women, hypertensive patients and patients with bleeding symptoms should not use saffron soaking feet