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Epsom Salt USP Grade Magnesium Sulphate

4.73 out of 5 based on 237 customer ratings
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Epsom Salt also known as Magnesium Sulfate, is used as a healing agent and pain reliever. Today, it’s added to hot baths and foot soaks to reduce body pain and muscle spasm.

Description

Epsom Salt also known as Magnesium Sulfate, is used as a healing agent and pain reliever. Today, it’s most often added to hot baths and foot soaks to reduce body pain and muscle spasm.

Magnesium is a trace mineral and required in small quantities in our body. Once Epsom Salt is dissolved in water, it releases magnesium and sulfate ion, which are then absorbed in your body through pores.

The Magnesium absorbed in the body helps to relieve pain, and to some extend fill the deficiency gap of Magnesium in the body. It also helps to expel toxins from the body.

Often Essential Oils, dried flower petals, Himalayan Pink Salt are added to Epsom Salt for added benefits. Essential oils generally used are Lavender, Peppermint, for their aromatherapeutic uses. Lavender helps to de-stress and Peppermint acts as a refresher, and helps in muscle spasm and pain.

Benefits of Epsom Bath Salt

  1.   Promotes Sleep and Stress Reduction
  2.   Helps in Constipation
  3.   Reduce muscle soreness and relieve cramps
  4.   Improves symptoms of fibromyalgia and arthritis.
  5.   Helps reduce pain and swelling

How to make a foot soak

To make an Epsom salt foot soak, follow these simple steps:

  1.   Fill your bathtub or a basin with warm water until it’s deep enough to cover your feet.
  1.   Add 1/2 small tea cup of Epsom salt to the warm water in a standard plastic bath bucket.
  1.   Soak your feet for 20 – 30 minutes twice a week.
  1.   For an aromatherapy boost, consider adding a few drops of diluted lavender, peppermint, or eucalyptus essential oil to your foot bath.
  1.   Moisturize your feet thoroughly after soaking them.

If you experience any redness after the foot bath, it’s normal, and caused due to the combination of Epsom Salt dissolved in water. The redness should disappear in few minutes.

If you begin to experience pain or sores, before or after using a foot bath, schedule a visit with your doctor to discuss alternative treatment.

For minor aches and pains and sound sleep, Epsom salt soaks can be a safe complementary home alternative to medication. However, discuss your options with a doctor before using this remedy to treat infections and other health conditions. Schedule a visit with your doctor to discuss the best course of treatment for your condition if it doesn’t improve.

People with diabetes, kidney disease, or heart problems, or who are pregnant should talk to their doctor before using Epsom Salt.

237 reviews for Epsom Salt USP Grade Magnesium Sulphate

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    5 out of 5

    Customer

    Good Experience

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    4 out of 5

    megha

    Packaging can be better.. Sometimes its lock don't work.. I m buying this for 7th time.It's helps milk lumps. M happy with it.. Bt it's little costly

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    5 out of 5

    RC

    The product was upto the mark. Had bought it for providing pain relief due to piles for my aged mom. I think it is easing the pain a bit surely. The packaging was good and delivery was fast

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    5 out of 5

    Soma Saha

    For Magnesium

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    5 out of 5

    BudgieGuy

    I mixed in warm bath water and really felt relief in body aches after work out. Don't know how but it really relaxed the muscles and joints. Worked very well as described.

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