can I do a bath ritual without salt?
Try this one super gentle and lovely
thank you I’ll try that. what a great idea
Just to be safe, I recommend asking this to your physician!
Something I found online about open wounds says:
The American Academy of Family Physicians recommends that wounds be kept dry to facilitate healing. A brief wetting, such as in the shower, is acceptable, but prolonged soaking should be avoided.
Wishing you a fast healing!
Like @LimeBerry said, you can absolutely do a bath ritual without salt! However, if it’s for small wounds (light scrapes, cuts, bruises, and sore muscles) certain kinds of salt are associated with healing
- Sea salt has traditional uses for healing minor injuries and can help to both clean and speed up recovery time
- Epsom salt is sold at most pharmacies and drug stores. It is commonly used to ease pain from sore muscles.
However, if you are recovering from a more serious injury (especially if it is an open wound)- then I agree with Francisco and second the importance of double-checking with your doctor before immersing the wound in water of any kind!
Good luck, and wishing you a speedy recovery, Sandra!