Make Detox Foot Pads at Home and Remove All the Dangerous Toxins from Your Body Overnight



Detox foot pads were first used in Japan. It is about stick-on pads that need to be placed on the soles of the feet before going to bed. The next day when you remove the footpads, you will see that the dangerous toxins eliminated from the body have darkened the pads.

The foot pads are worn on feet because they help circulate blood and lymph into the torso. Our inactive lifestyle causes circulation to bog down around the ankles, lower legs and feet.

The positive results of using foot detox pads are less fatigue, joint pain, and fewer headaches.

Additionally, you can buy ready-made detox foot pads, or make your own at home.


These are the ingredients you will need:
  • Onion
  • Garlic
  • Water
  • Self-stick gauze pads
  • Socks
Slice the garlic and onion till it is well chopped. Put it aside. Pour water in a kettle and let it boil. Add the finely sliced garlic and onions in the boiling water. Then, let it boil for additional 10 minutes.

Next, let the water cool off for 20 minutes. Then, pour the mixture in the center of the self-stick gauze pads, only enough to get wet. If there is too much liquid in the pads, squeeze the excess out. Also, try not to wet the sticky part of the pads.

Patch the self-stick gauze pad on the soles of the feet, especially at the center part. Put on socks so the pad won’t fall off. Throw it the next morning.

Image by Emma
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Source: myilifestyle

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2 comments:

  1. this is nothing like the pads you have pictured... not saying they won't do something, but the pads you have pictured are made from bamboo charcoal, not onions and garlic...

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  2. Can you save the water onion garlic mix and use it again or do you throw it away? If you can keep it do you store it in fridge or out? and how long is it good for? Just wanted to know before I chopped all of the onion and garlic. Thanks Edythe

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