Tonehua Soak: Pain Relief | Recovery


Tonehua (Toh-NEH-wah) “to hurt, to suffer pain”


All-purpose pain relief from inflamed, hot to the touch areas, muscular overexertion, recent injury,  swollen joints, pinched nerves, sprains, bruises, etc. Ideal for areas you would normally use ice.


An essential staple for the home pain management kit.


This formula was born of my own need to manage pain from an injury that resulted in several herniated discs; impaired my ability to walk for 3 months coupled with excruciating nerve pain which radiated along my legs. This soak applied as a compress as part of my recovery treatment kept the pain from being all-encompassing.


How to Use

As a compress: 

  • Dilute soak with equal parts with water (ex: 3 oz Tonehua soak with 3 oz water)
  • Submerge cloth into the diluted soak and firmly squeeze excess soak from cloth until damp without dripping.
  • Wrap with a bandage;  should be firmly in place but not so tight that it restricts circulation.

As hand soak: 

  • Add 1-2 oz Tonehua Soak into a basin with 32 oz of water 
  • Submerge hand in the water for 20 min

As a foot soak: 

  • Add 1-3 oz Tonehua Soak into a basin with 64 oz of water 
  • Submerge hand in the water for 20 min

As bath soak: 

  • Start with 4 oz up to 8 oz Tonehua Soak into the bath.
  • Marinade in water for 20 min minimum.


External Use Only


Vinegar and alcohol-based liniment infused with a proprietary formula of medicinal herbs, roots, flowers whose properties support the circulation of blood and qi, break blood stasis, and clear heat



Tonehua proprietary herbal formula, distilled vinegar, Saccharum officinarum (sugar cane rum) /Agave tequilana var. Azul  (tequila)

The symbols in the ingredients section stand for the following: *organic, ǂ wild-harvested + lab-tested, (when available), Ւ food grade

The ingredient list is subject to change without notice due to the availability of raw materials.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.