When the time for the bath is up, sit upright, apply a little Po-Ho-Oil under your nose and inhale slowly, deeply and vigorously; then stand up, wrap yourself in a warm bath towel and go straight into a warmed bed without drying yourself. You will continue to perspire while you are there. Maria Schlenz, by the way, used hand-knitted wool blankets to keep the heat in. Your head and wet hair should be wrapped up warmly so that no part of the body can cool down.

A Schlenz bath taken at home has the advantage that you can go straight to bed and sleep. As soon as the body has stopped perspiring, wash it down with lukewarm water and apply St John’s wort oil or some other body oil that contains this oil. Afterwards you will feel relaxed and pleasantly tired and will go soundly to sleep.


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