It is hard to believe that ordinary mineral can do so much. Hydrated magnesium sulfate, also known as Epsom salt, is popular because it helps in everything and everywhere
It is popular because it is added to bathing water: to reduce stress, soften the skin or relieve pain. Applying Epsom salt successfully treats acne, warts, sores, dry skin and an unpleasant odor of the foot …
Except for healing purposes, it is also used in gardening and pottery. Gardeners adore it because it helps the roses to flourish abundantly, and potters sometimes add it to clay to increase its elasticity.
Use Epsom salt for these conditions
- warts and sorrowful eyes
- dry skin
- unpleasant odor of the leg
- muscle cramps
- belted herpes
It has a laxative effect
Magnesium sulphate can be found at any site where mineral or seawater is vaporized. The name epsom salt or epsomit comes from a mineral source at Epsom, located in the English province of Surrey. Not so long ago it was given to people in the spring, as part of purgatives that had to cleanse the body of poison that was allegedly accumulated during the winter.
One of the reasons for this is most likely the fact that magnesium
As an active ingredient of magnesium hydroxide, magnesium sulfate is a laxative based on salt: magnesium drains blood fluids and drains them into the gut, thereby softening the stool and simultaneously triggers the intestinal cramps that stimulate the work of the stool. Some people still take one or two teaspoons of magnesium sulfate melted in a glass of water to ease the intestines.
The problem with this drug is that it is often too strong, causing diarrhea or stomach cramping. And can also interfere with body absorption of the necessary nutrients. Therefore, it is best not to use magnesium sulfate as a laxative unless your doctor advises you.
Great for baths and softening of skin
On the other hand,
Epsom salt extracts poisons of insect bites and germs on the surface of the skin. Add water to Epsom salt to make the paste and apply it to the affected area. It usually starts after 10 minutes.
Deep cleansing of the pores
Add a cup of Epsom salt to 1/2 liter of hot water and scrub the skin with this solution to remove blackheads, cleanse and open the pores and refresh the skin.
Relieves muscle pain
Epsom salt solution draws fluid from the body and reduces tissue fatigue. As it draws fluid from the skin, it also drains the lactic acid, whose formation can contribute to muscle pain. Place a cup or two Epsom salt in a warm bath and relax.
Scars and bruises
Epsom salt will reduce swelling after scars and bruising. Add 2 cups of Epsom salt to the warm bath and swell the injured part of the body.
Help with hemorrhoids
Because it reduces tissue fatigue, Epsom salt is excellent against hemorrhoids. Add a little salt in the bath or bid and dive the painful area.
As you bathe, rub your skin with a handful of Epsom salt. By rubbing you will remove the dead skin, after which your skin will look and be much smoother and fresher.
Fantastic bath for the feet
This recipe for a fantastic foot is from the British Council for the production of magnesium
- 2 cups of Epsom salt
- 1 cup of salt from the Dead Sea
- 1 cup of olive oil
- 1/2 cups of oil mint
- 2 cups of oat flour
Have enough warm to hot water to fill the bowl. Hold your feet until the water is cool and then remove the rough parts of the skin with the stone float. Rinse your feet in cold water and dry them well. Then put vaseline on them and put on thick socks.
Do not start walking until you wear socks, Vaseline will keep your feet very slippery. For the most effect, leave your socks on your feet overnight. Repeat as often as you want.