Epsom Salt ~ Uses ~ Differences - Health benefits of Epsom salt

Epsom Salt ~ Uses ~ Differences - Health benefits of Epsom salt

 

Epsom salt, named for a bitter saline spring at Epsom in Surrey, England, is not actually salt but a naturally occurring pure mineral compound of magnesium and sulfate. Long known as a natural remedy for a number of ailments, Epsom salt has numerous health benefits as well as many beauty, household, and gardening-related uses.


What are the health benefits of using Epsom salt?

The wonders of Epsom salt have been well known for hundreds of years and, unlike other salts, has beneficial properties that can soothe the body, mind, and soul. Some of the countless health benefits include relaxing the nervous system, curing skin problems, soothing back pain and aching limbs, easing muscle strain, healing cuts, treating colds and congestion, and drawing toxins from the body.
 These come with different flavour they are --

Rejuvenate Yourself and Create Special Spa experience at home. 

Soak in Ultra Pure Epsom salt. Combined with natural and aromatic ingredients, it creates a magical blend of aromatherapy along with herbal healing. 

This therapy helps relax tired / sore muscles and scales off the dead skin while pampering your feet / body.

 
 However, these salts are not just beneficial for healing the human body. ­They are are useful as household cleaners and can even nourish the garden. You can find bulk Epsom salts at gardening stores almost everywhere, making them a real health bargain.

Epsom Bath & Foot Spa Salt enriched with Eucalyptus & Peppermint Aroma --

 Epsom Salt in a sleek package is enriched with Eucalyptus and Peppermint Essential Aroma Oil, Glycerin, Virgin Olive oil etc.


 

Epsom Bath & Foot Spa Salt enriched with Jasmine Joy Aroma

 

Epsom Bath & Foot Spa Salt enriched with Water Lily Aroma --

Epsom Salt in a sleek package is enriched with Water Lily Aroma Oil, Glycerin, Virgin Olive oil etc.

Epsom Bath & Foot Spa Salt enriched with Jasmine Joy Aroma

How to Take Epsom Salt Baths

Turn your Epsom salt bath treatment into a relaxing period as you will need at least 40 minutes to soak in the tub. Within the first 20 minutes of treatment the salts pull toxins out of your body through the skin. The second 20 minutes allows for the absorption of minerals to occur.

First you will need to fill up the bath with pure, warm water. A water filtration system in your home will improve your water’s quality ensuring that you do not soak in hazardous compounds such as chlorine, heavy metals, dioxins, or fluoride. Next, add the Epsom salts to the water as suggested below for standard sized bathtubs.

Tips for Getting Maximum Benefit From Your Epsom Salts Bath

Add olive oil to your bath − 

Try adding 1⁄2 cup of olive to your bath water. Polyphenols found in olive oil contain antioxidant benefits which are easily absorbed into the skin. (Note: if using oil in the tub, take extra precaution to avoid slips and falls.)

Add herbs & spices − 


The addition of cayenne pepper or a piece of ginger into the bath water can raise your heat levels promoting your body to sweat and draw out more toxins. Adding these herbs can stimulate the detoxification pathways with as little as 1 tablespoon up to as much as 1⁄2 cup.

 Don’t use soap

 Avoid using soap when taking an Epsom salt bath to ensure the ingredients of the soap do not interact with or prevent the detoxification process from occurring.

Add essential oils − 

Turn your Epsom salts bath into a luxurious spa treatment by adding several drops of essential oils to the water. Therapeutic oils such as lavender essential oil and frankincense can promote relaxation and stimulate healing and/or just use any essential oil(s) that you enjoy.

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