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This is soooooo refreshing! I made this using a combo of dried rosemary herbs(3 1/4 tbsps.) and since that was all that I had of rosemary at the moment, I added 3/4 tbsp. thyme leaves(dried) to make a total of 4 tbsps. Gosh, I cannot tell you how wonderful my home smells and everyone at home is asking me, "What's cooking!?!" It's like "Rosemary Rosemary Everywhere!" The aroma of the herbs is simply incredible! I had my nose half inside the pot in which these herbs were doing the happy dance(pun intended, lol!, what I mean is - the herbs were boiling) and I was inhaling this feeling sooo refreshed and nice! The tough part of this recipe really is having patience for 30 minutes while these herbs simmer on slow flame. Gosh, I was counting each minute! I used rosemary pure essential oil(Thank You, Auntie Karen aka Chef Yogi, for sending me this gift!) as the corresponding oil for the rosemary herb. For the liquid bath soap, I used my favourite Enchanteur Romantic Perfumed Liquid soap. I love the orange colour of this herbal bubble bath that I got at the end. It's pretty! After having a bath with some of this incredible gift I made for myself, I feel like a "ROMANTIC AND REFRESHED ROSE QUEEN on TOP of the WORLD"! As a suggestion, I would like to just add that why throw away the rosemary that I used in this? I was just thinking that one can add it to a warm bath drawn in the bath tub and enjoy;) A million thanks aren't enough, but that's all I can say across the miles.....THANK YOU for a simple, splendid and delightful gift!

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Charishma_Ramchandani July 03, 2003
Herbal Bubble Bath