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FarmHouse Fresh Releases Herbal Massage Tools

March 8, 2018 | 1:09 PM

FarmHouse Fresh introduced an innovative massage tool that makes the massage experience infinitely more luxurious, stimulating, and therapeutic.

First, certified organic, U.S.-grown medicinal herbs are blended and placed into a dedicated U.S.-grown cotton muslin sachet, which is dipped in water and heated inside a stone warmer, so that the heat releases its therapeutic benefits into the body on contact. Next, the therapist taps, presses or glides the Herbal FarmPress onto the surface of skin using some pressure and strokes similar to those employed in hot stone massages.

The Herbal FarmPress is sold in sets of two, 7-ounce FarmPresses ($14 per set).  There are three different blends: 

  • Rejuvenating is a blend of invigorating herbs like echinacea, basil, spearmint, and orange peel.
  • Soreness Relief is a blend of muscle-calming herbs, including feverfew, lemon balm, echinacea, basil, and apple.
  • Tranquility is a blend of soothing herbs like marshmallow root, burdock root, echinacea, and catnip.

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