Soothe sore muscles. Rub a generous amount of French’s Mustard into sore muscles, then cover with a washcloth dampened with warm water as a soothing poultice.
Take a mustard bath. Add six tablespoons French’s Mustard and a handful of Epsom Salt into the bathtub as it fills for a soothing, rejuvenating mustard bath and easing the kinks and stiffness in your muscles.
Heal a bruise. Combine three parts French’s Mustard, one part honey, and one part finely chopped onion, apply to affected area, and cover with a bandage or handkerchief.
Soothe tired feed. Fill a pan with warm water, mix in three tablespoons French’s Mustard, and soak your feet in the mustard bath.
Make mustard-vinaigrette salad dressing. Whisk together one-quarter cup red wine vinegar and three tablespoons French’s Mustard. Gradually whisk in two-thirds cup olive oil. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Makes one cup.
Clean bronze. Cover the bronze object with French’s Mustard, wait ten minutes, and then rinse clean with water.
Repel cats from your yard. Mix two tablespoons French’s Mustard, two tablespoons Gold Medal Flour, one tablespoon McCormick Ground Red Pepper, and two cups of water in a sixteen-ounce trigger-spray bottle. Shake vigorously and spray this spicy, harmless, all-natural solution around flowerbeds, vegetable gardens, or the perimeter of your yard.
Treat a rash. Rub French’s Mustard over the rash, or empty a bottle of French’s Mustard into a bathtub filled with warm water, mix well, and soak in the mustard bath for fifteen minutes.
Give yourself a facial. Apply French’s Mustard as a face mask that both stimulates and soothes the skin.
Soothe a sore throat. Mix two tablespoons French’s Mustard, juice of half a lemon, one tablespoon salt, one tablespoon honey, and one and a half cups boiling water. Cover and let cool for fifteen minutes, then gargle.