Green Tea Bath Salts Gift in a Jar

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Green Tea is good for your outsides too. I found this online and am posting for the Comfort Cafe. You can substitute Sea Salt for the Epsom Salts and as well, potpourri for flower petals.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 12 cup epsom salts
  • 2 tablespoons green tea leaves
  • 14 cup dried rosemary
  • 12 cup dried flower petals or 12 cup potpourri
  • 2 tablespoons dried lemon zest or 2 tablespoons orange zest


  1. Combine ingredients in a large bowl.
  2. Place about 2 Tablepsoon of mixture in a 6" square of cheesecloth, tie tightly with string.
  3. Drop into your bath water, relax and enjoy the smell of rosemary and green tea.


Most Helpful

This is a very nice bath salt. I used rose petals, because that was what I had. I also used the rosemary and some orange zest. Next time I think I may reduce the amount of orange zest...just a personal preference. I prefer the smell of flowers! Made for 123 Hit Wonders Tag.

breezermom April 11, 2009

Very, very lovely! The aroma is heavenly. I used equal parts lavender and rose petals, but for some reason I couldn't find my rosemary, so I did without that. Next time I make it, though, I think I will reduce the orange zest by half, or even omit it altogether... partly because I think the scent (without the rosemary to balance it) overpowered the florals, but mostly because I seemed to have a slight skin reaction to the citrus oil. Other than that, this yielded a perfectly wonderful bathing experience...just the thing I needed after a long and stressful week. I know I will make this often. Thanks for sharing it!

Lynne the Pirate Queen January 30, 2009

This smells exceptional! A lovely bath salt. I used dried lavender petals and bancha leaf green tea. I used epsom salts (not sea salt). I am sending some of this off to friends to enjoy, too. Thanks! Made for Newest Zaar Tag Game, 1/18/09.

NELady January 18, 2009

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