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Benefits of Epsom Salts

Saturday, 17 September 2011 16:11

Written by Louis Richard

Epsom salts is the common name for Magnesium Sulphate which is a chemical compound containing Magnesium and Sulphate. Epsom Salts are an affordable and easy way to enhance cleansing and to relieve stress. The high magnesium content within Epsom Salts help to draw acids epsom-saltthrough the skin and therefore mostly used for bathing in.

There are several curative hydrotherapic treatments and the two common among them are Epsom salt bath and graduated bath. In this article you will learn the methods and benefits of Epsom salt bath and graduated bath. Both these water treatments have several health benefits and act as a natural healing process for many diseases.

This kind of salt is readily available. Those with nail fungus might want to try this treatment out. It can be found in the grocery store; just ask for Epsom salts, or magnesium sulfate, as it is oftentimes called. Also, get a nail filer as well. Before you start treatment using Epsom salts, you have file the affected nail as much as comfortably possible. Also, you have to file your nails regularly so that the Epsom salt can penetrate deeper into the nail. This could be a great help in speeding up the recovery process.

Unlike most other colon cleansing procedures, this one cannot or should not be performed by yourself, at home. Strict instructions need to be followed. Hypermagnesimis, a very serious health condition, can occur if the body takes on too much Epsom salt. The real name for Epsom salt is magnesium sulfate. Epsom salt, or magnesium sulfate is very good at helping your colon to cleanse itself by naturally flushing out all of the bad stuff that gets stored in there if regular cleansings are not performed. This includes bad bacteria, toxins of many kinds and parasites.

A condition known as hypermagnesimia can occur if too much Epsom salt is introduced into the body. Epsom salt is the name given to magnesium sulfate. Magnesium sulfate is very effective at causing the colon, and the entire digestive system, to rid itself of toxins, parasites, bad bacteria and other undesirable elements that can live in there if the colon has not been cleansed regularly. If an Epsom salt enema is not performed carefully, several mistakes can be made and too much magnesium sulfate can be put into the body. Side effects can range from indigestion to death. The more serious problems are rare but can occur.

Epsom salts are mainly used to soak in the bath with but can also be used as an all body exfoliate when mixed with oil. This assists in the removal of dead skin and helps to promote circulation. They are also really effective when used as a foot soak which relaxes and refreshes the feet and helps to rid nasty odours! They can also be used to exfoliate the face.

Epsom Salts are named for the mineral rich waters of Epsom, England, where they were known at least as far back as Shakespeare’s day. When bathing, the magnesium sulfate (Epsom Salts) is absorbed through the skin and is an inexpensive and natural way to reduce stress, treat skin problems, and draw toxins from the body.

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0 #1 Loren Goldenberg-Kosbab 2011-09-17 16:32
2 Cups of Epsom Salts are recommended in a bath, 3 times a week. Feels wonderful but can be expensive. :-)
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