Epsom Salt Uses Health and Beauty:
Stress - Stress can drain the body of magnesium and increases your levels of adrenaline. A warm water bath with a cup of Epsom Salt is great for replenishing your magnesium through out the body. Epsom salt is easily absorbed through the skin and helps to produce serotonin, a chemical within the brain that creates the feeling of relaxation. Try our Epsom Salt Bath Recipe.
Pains and Muscle Cramps - Epsom Salt is commonly used to ease pain and inflammation, making an Epsom Salt bath a fantastic way to treat sore muscles and migraine headaches. Try our Epsom Salt Bath Recipe.
Relieve Constipation - Taken internally an Epsom Salt Use is helpful with bowel movements. The salt acts like a laxative by increasing water in the intestines and can bring temporary relief from constipation. It is IMPORTANT to consult with your physician before digesting Epsom Salt.
Athlete’s Foot – Epsom salt can help athlete’s foot as a drying agent. Soak once a day with a few tablespoons of Epsom Salt to benefits from the drying properties.
Remove splinters – Soaking an affected skin area in an Epsom salt bath can draw out splinters making it easier to remove. Try our Epsom Salt Bath Recipe.
Toenail fungus – A natural way to treat toenail fungus is to soak your feet with few tablespoons of Epsom Salt in comfortable hot water.
Gout – Epsom salt may also ease the discomfort of gout and reduce inflammation foot/joint. Soak in comfortable hot water with a few tablespoons of Epsom Salt
Exfoliate dead skin – In the shower mix a handful of Epsom salt with a tablespoon of bath oil to areas of skin while your skin is wet to soften and exfoliate. Make sure to rinse thoroughly.
Dislodge blackheads – Mix a teaspoon of Epsom salt with comfortable hot water. Using a cotton ball apply apply mixture to blackheads by gently patting on them.