Simply add half to one cup of Epsom Salts to you bath and soak for an average of 15 to 20 mins.
To enhance the effects of your Epsom Salt bath add a few drops of My Remedy aromatherapy blend.
Why use Epsom Salts in your bath?
You pulled a muscle lifting weights at the gym. Or maybe your arthritis is acting up.
Is there anything you can do, besides wait it out?
Your grandma could have the answer. Epsom salt has been used for hundreds of years to ease all kinds of aches and pains. A simple soak in the tub may help you feel better.
What Is It?
Despite the name, Epsom salt isn’t like the stuff you put on your food. It’s called a salt because of its chemical structure. The “Epsom” part is a place in England where it’s found in natural springs.
How Does It Work?
Adding Epsom Salts to water, it breaks down into magnesium and sulfate. The theory is that when you soak in an Epsom salt bath, these get into your body through your skin. That hasn’t been proven, but just soaking in warm water can help relax muscles and loosen stiff joints.
Use Epsom salt in your baths as a home treatment for:
• Arthritis pain and swelling
• Bruises and sprains
• Fibromyalgia, a condition that makes your muscles, ligaments, and tendons hurt, and causes tender points throughout your body
• Ingrown toenails
• Psoriasis, a disease that causes red, itchy, scaly skin
• Sore muscles after working out
• Soreness from diarrhea during chemotherapy
• Sunburn pain and redness
• Tired, swollen feet
Epsom Salts are chemically pure (magnesium sulphare, FFc)
Warning: Keep out of reach of children and animals
Avoid contact with eyes
Not for consumption