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“Epsom salt is actually magnesium sulfate, a pure, time-tested mineral compound with dozens of uses. We’ve interviewed many people featured on this site — award-winning doctors, best-selling authors, gardening experts, researchers, a two-time Olympian and specialists who have worked with celebrities for beauty and fitness — all of whom describe the uses and benefits of Epsom salt.”
Taken from http://www.epsomsaltcouncil.org/
Epsom salt, according to doctors, has many health benefits including soothing muscle pains/aches, providing relief from sunburn, removing splinters, increasing your bodies levels of magnesium and decreasing swelling. The most common way to use Epsom salt is to bathe on in it but you can also use it in a variety of different ways, including making a hair mask.
So what is Epsom salt?
Epsom Salt is magnesium sulphate a pure mineral compound in crystal form.
How do I use Epsom salts?
Epsom salts have been a godsend in helping with managing my fibromyalgia. I was recommended there use by my Bowen Therapist (keep your eye out for a post on Bowen Therapy next week) and haven’t looked back since. I bathe in an Epsom salt bath 2- 3 times a week and it helps relax my sore muscles, helps me sleep and cleanses my skin. I tend to use the Westlab Epsom Salt 5kg bag from Amazon at £14.99.
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I recommend trying Epsom salts if you haven’t already as they really helped me. If you do use Epsom salts how do you use them?