How to use during a bath/foot soak:
For soaking: Add two cups of Epsom Salts to warm water in a standard-sized bathtub. Double the Epsom Salt for an oversized garden tub. Popular for easing muscle pain and fading bruises - bathe three times weekly, soaking for at least 12 minutes.
Foot bath: Add a cup of Epsom Salt to a tub of warm water as a popular balm for aching feet
For help with aches and muscle pain:
Epsom Salt (when absorbed through the skin) works to relieve muscle tension, pain, and inflammation in joints Tired and sore feet will also benefit from the therapeutic warmth of an Epsom salt soak. Aside from these benefits, Magnesium sulphate has several other positive effects to note. It aids in many enzymatic functions, helps to regulate fluid retention in cells, and facilitates the body's use of calcium to transmit chemical signals throughout the nervous system.
Researchers and physicians report that raising your magnesium levels may improve heart and circulatory health by reducing irregular heartbeats, preventing hardening of the arteries, reducing blood clots and lowering blood pressure.
For use in the garden:
Among it's many human applications Epsom Salt can also help within the plant kingdom. Use in the garden to achieve just what you would like, be it;
Improving Seed Germination
Increasing Nutrient Absorption
Countering Transplant Shock
To green Up Foliage
Preventing Leaf Curling
What else can it do?
Our salt can help in many different ways, including;
Regulate Blood Sugar
Helps to Remove Splinters
Soothe Sprains and Bruises
Keep Feet Healthy