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Magnesium sulfate is a chemical compound of formula MgSO4 commonly called "Epsom salt" or "bitter salt". This salt may be supplied in anhydrous or hydrated form. The anhydrous form reacts exothermicly with water.

In solution in water, magnesium sulphate produces magnesium cations Mg2- and sulfate anions SO42-.

 Epsom Salt Flush — Laura Humphreys Health

Origin

Epsom salt is a salt very different from sea salt or table salt, it is essentially composed of magnesium sulphate. Originally, Dr. Mayr made his patients drink water from local sources (Karlsbad in the Czech Republic) to clean the intestines.

Epsom salt was discovered in Epsom, a town in England where it was discovered in 1618, a mineral source that was rich in minerals and especially magnesium sulphate. Subsequently, Epsom had become the first spa in England, where people from all over the country came to drink the waters and enjoy their benefits. At the time, Epsom salt was mainly used as purgative due to its laxative properties. In order to obtain the much-desired salt, it was sufficient to allow the evaporation of the water. Even though consumers did not know the precise properties of this salt, they had noticed its health benefits.

Today, Epsom salt is extracted from a carbon sedimentary rock: plenom that belongs to the family of salts. It is obtained after purification, from natural minerals originating from underground deposits and used in different therapeutic and cosmetic ways.

Today, this salt is obtained from magnesium hydrates.

Pharmacopoeia

Epsom salt has been used for centuries for different indications:

  • Dr.clark liver cleansing
  • treatment of skin problems
  • cardiac arrhythmia
  • eclampsepia
  • asthma
  • laxative or purgative for the relief of occasional constipation
  • additive for relaxing mineral baths
  • nail growth problem

Main properties

Anti-inflammatory

A lack of magnesium in the body will lead to the production of a C-reactive protein marker of inflammation. As a result, an Epsom salt bath will allow the body to restore a sufficient level of magnesium to reduce the production of this protein and thus reduce inflammation. For this purpose, magnesium sulphate will be absorbed in the injured part to relieve pain. It will be able to act on asthma, painful joints, cramps, strains or sciatics and will relax the muscles.

Calming, relaxing

It relaxes and relaxes the painful muscles and feet and will contribute to your well-being. It will also help to eliminate accumulated fatigue, stress and will have a positive effect on sleep.

Detoxifier, purifying

When used in a bath, this mineral salt allows the removal of toxins and heavy metals from your body. It will also work on eczema by promoting the removal of unwanted acids from the skin, reducing inflammation and pain.

Exfoliant

A mild stimulant for the body and face, Epsom salt is ideal for scrubbing and makes it possible to rid the skin of its dead cells, while gently.

Vasodiatator

This salt has the ability to increase the body temperature by promoting dilation of blood vessels, making it an ally for improving blood circulation and combating water retention and cellulitis.

 

Tips for use

Dissolve 20g (1acuum) of magnesium sulphate in 1 litre of water and place in the refrigerator. Shoe morning, drink 1 glass of a mixture of this sulfated water and fruit juice, for 20 days or as advised by your healthcare professional.

If side effects occur to stop using this product immediately. Do not exceed the recommended dose. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent a disease. Dietary supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Not recommended for children under 12 years of age, during pregnancy and lactation. Not recommended for kidney and heart problems.

Composition / technical data

Ingredients: 99.9% magnesium sulphate

Capacity: 500g sachet

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Learn more about the product

Magnesium sulfate is a chemical compound of formula MgSO4 commonly called "Epsom salt" or "bitter salt". This salt may be supplied in anhydrous or hydrated form. The anhydrous form reacts exothermicly with water.

In solution in water, magnesium sulphate produces magnesium cations Mg2- and sulfate anions SO42-.

 Epsom Salt Flush — Laura Humphreys Health

Origin

Epsom salt is a salt very different from sea salt or table salt, it is essentially composed of magnesium sulphate. Originally, Dr. Mayr made his patients drink water from local sources (Karlsbad in the Czech Republic) to clean the intestines.

Epsom salt was discovered in Epsom, a town in England where it was discovered in 1618, a mineral source that was rich in minerals and especially magnesium sulphate. Subsequently, Epsom had become the first spa in England, where people from all over the country came to drink the waters and enjoy their benefits. At the time, Epsom salt was mainly used as purgative due to its laxative properties. In order to obtain the much-desired salt, it was sufficient to allow the evaporation of the water. Even though consumers did not know the precise properties of this salt, they had noticed its health benefits.

Today, Epsom salt is extracted from a carbon sedimentary rock: plenom that belongs to the family of salts. It is obtained after purification, from natural minerals originating from underground deposits and used in different therapeutic and cosmetic ways.

Today, this salt is obtained from magnesium hydrates.

Pharmacopoeia

Epsom salt has been used for centuries for different indications:

  • Dr.clark liver cleansing
  • treatment of skin problems
  • cardiac arrhythmia
  • eclampsepia
  • asthma
  • laxative or purgative for the relief of occasional constipation
  • additive for relaxing mineral baths
  • nail growth problem

Main properties

Anti-inflammatory

A lack of magnesium in the body will lead to the production of a C-reactive protein marker of inflammation. As a result, an Epsom salt bath will allow the body to restore a sufficient level of magnesium to reduce the production of this protein and thus reduce inflammation. For this purpose, magnesium sulphate will be absorbed in the injured part to relieve pain. It will be able to act on asthma, painful joints, cramps, strains or sciatics and will relax the muscles.

Calming, relaxing

It relaxes and relaxes the painful muscles and feet and will contribute to your well-being. It will also help to eliminate accumulated fatigue, stress and will have a positive effect on sleep.

Detoxifier, purifying

When used in a bath, this mineral salt allows the removal of toxins and heavy metals from your body. It will also work on eczema by promoting the removal of unwanted acids from the skin, reducing inflammation and pain.

Exfoliant

A mild stimulant for the body and face, Epsom salt is ideal for scrubbing and makes it possible to rid the skin of its dead cells, while gently.

Vasodiatator

This salt has the ability to increase the body temperature by promoting dilation of blood vessels, making it an ally for improving blood circulation and combating water retention and cellulitis.

 

Tips for use

Dissolve 20g (1acuum) of magnesium sulphate in 1 litre of water and place in the refrigerator. Shoe morning, drink 1 glass of a mixture of this sulfated water and fruit juice, for 20 days or as advised by your healthcare professional.

If side effects occur to stop using this product immediately. Do not exceed the recommended dose. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent a disease. Dietary supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Not recommended for children under 12 years of age, during pregnancy and lactation. Not recommended for kidney and heart problems.

Composition / technical data

Ingredients: 99.9% magnesium sulphate

Capacity: 500g sachet

Questions / Answers
Reviews