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Rachael Finch shares her bizarre ritual to combat flight radiation

‘It’s great for detoxification’: Former Miss Universe Australia Rachael Finch shares her BIZARRE bath time ritual to combat the effects of flight radiation

She just returned from a trip to Los Angeles where she is hoping to expand her fitness empire.

And Rachael Finch shared her bath time ritual to combat the effects of radiation while flying, to Instagram Stories on Sunday.

The 30-year-old former Miss Universe Australia took fans through a 30 minute bath, focusing on detoxification. 

‘It’s great for detoxification’: Rachael Finch, 30, shared her BIZARRE bath time ritual, to combat the effects of flight radiation, to Instagram Stories on Sunday

The beginning of the clip saw Rachael standing in front of a bath tub with two containers of bicarb soda and sea salt. 

She then explained the benefits of a bath in combating the effects of radiation while flying.

‘So we got off the plane not long ago. And I’m just going to soak in a bath with some bicarb soda and some sea salt.’

Tips: Rachael stood in front of a bath tub with containers of bicarb soda and sea salt. She explained the benefits of a bath in combating the effects of radiation while flying

Tips: Rachael stood in front of a bath tub with containers of bicarb soda and sea salt. She explained the benefits of a bath in combating the effects of radiation while flying 

Rachael explained: 'This will neutralise any effect of the radiation we got while flying. It's also incredible for detoxification and to help alkalise'

Rachael explained: ‘This will neutralise any effect of the radiation we got while flying. It’s also incredible for detoxification and to help alkalise’ 

‘This will neutralise any effect of the radiation we got while flying. It’s also incredible for detoxification and to help alkalise,’ Rachael continued. 

‘I’m also adding a couple of drops of lemon essential oils as well. So you want to add two cups of the salt and two cups of the bicarb soda as well.’

Rachael also zoomed in on a number of gold ear seeds purchased from an acupuncturist in LA.

And... relax! The fitness enthusiast added in 'a couple of drops of lemon essential oils as well'

And… relax! The fitness enthusiast added in ‘a couple of drops of lemon essential oils as well’ 

‘It’s the first time I’ve tried them,’ the brunette told her fans. ‘Essentially each seed is placed on a specific acupuncture point in the ear, which then corresponds to a particular body point.’

‘Continuous pressure through the seeds is supposed to have really healing benefits within the body,’ she explained.  

This is not the first time Rachael’s health practices have raised eyebrows.

Speaking to Stellar magazine in 2017, Rachael said she believes the best way to raise healthy children is to keep their diet sugar-free.

Ear seeds: Rachael also zoomed in on a number of gold ear seeds purchased from an acupuncturist in LA

Ear seeds: Rachael also zoomed in on a number of gold ear seeds purchased from an acupuncturist in LA 

Acupuncture: Rachael claimed that 'continuous pressure through the seeds is supposed to have really healing benefits within the body'

Acupuncture: Rachael claimed that ‘continuous pressure through the seeds is supposed to have really healing benefits within the body’ 

The mother-of-two revealed how her daughter Violet, five, has never tasted lollies and opts for fruit, sushi or sandwiches at birthday parties.

‘For the first two-and-a-half years of her life, Violet didn’t know what sugar tasted like, and she still hasn’t had lollies,’ Rachael said at the time.     

The fitness instructor doesn’t deny her daughter a treat from time to time but prefers to limit her exposure to sugar.

‘I’m with her and while I don’t say no to everything, she understands it’s a treat when she has a tiny slice of birthday cake,’ she said.  

Raising eyebrows: In 2017, Rachael said she believes the best way to raise healthy children is to keep their diet sugar-free. Pictured are Rachael's children Violet, five, and Dominic, two

Raising eyebrows: In 2017, Rachael said she believes the best way to raise healthy children is to keep their diet sugar-free. Pictured are Rachael’s children Violet, five, and Dominic, two 

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