Epsom Salt

The Epsom salt is a little-known product  that can solve yany anything. This mineral can be ingested or applied topically. Its chemical name is magnesium sulfate, and this natural remedy offers many health benefits. Physical stress: Immerse yourself in a bathtub filled with water and add Epsom salts. When salt dissolves in water, it is easily absorbed through the skin. Magnesium ions can help with stress since they promote the production of serotonin and decrease the impact of adrenaline. Magnesium also helps with the production of energy cells, reducing restlessness and anxiety. Pain and cramps: A long soak can also offer relief for sore muscles and swollen joints. The therapeutic salt bath also works on soothing abdominal cramps, tension headaches, and tired feet.

 

Constipation: When ingested, Epsom salts are saline laxatives. You can drink a cup of hot water with two tablespoons of salt dissolved in it to calm constipation. However, it is not recommended that you use this remedy more than once a day and it is best to consult your doctor if symptoms persist. Clean the arteries: Epsom salts increase the health of your arteries decreasing inflammation and protecting the elasticity of them. This can help improve your circulation and prevent cardiovascular disease, with less risk of blood clots, plaque buildup and damage to the arterial wall. To reap the benefits, take a bath of Epsom salts three to four times a week.

 

Blood sugar regulator: Both magnesium and sulfate in Epsom salts help the body produce and use insulin better. With regular oral or transdermal intake of Epsom salt, your blood sugar level can be better regulated, which results in an improvement in daily energy levels and a lower risk of diabetes. Nervous function: Epsom salts facilitate many enzymatic functions. Its positive effects on the body include the regulation of fluid retention in cells and the use of calcium to transmit chemical signals in the nervous system.

 

Chips: Loosen a splinter by soaking the part of the body inflicted in warm water with Epsom salts. The mineral acts as an anti-inflammatory around the wound and will soften the splinter, allowing an easy extraction.Sprains and Bruises: The addition of two cups of salt to a hot bath can help relieve the inflammation and pain caused by sprains and bruises. The pain will soon be reduced. Exfoliate the skin: Take a handful of salt and gently rub wet skin, to remove dead skin cells. Your skin will be healthier and you will feel soft. This method is suitable for your hands, feet and other areas of the skin that need to be exfoliated. Facial cleanser: Add a teaspoon of Epsom salts to your regular cleanser or make your own treatment with this recipe:

 

Chop a ripe tomato finely and mix it with an egg white puree.

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Add half a teaspoon of vitamin B5 powder, 1 teaspoon of aloe vera gel, 1 teaspoon of Epsom salts and a few drops of thyme essential oil.

 

Rinse with warm water.

 

Loosen the black dots: You can use the salts to remove oil and dead skin cells from the pores. Exfoliate to remove any dead skin around the pimples. In a half cup of hot water, mix one teaspoon of Epsom salts with four drops of iodine, stirring until the salts are completely dissolved. Let the mixture cool a bit and then massage the pimples. Let the treatment dry completely and then wash your face with warm water. Cleaning the scalp: Remove any excess hairspray or other styling products from your hair by mixing 1 cup of Epsom salt and 1 cup of lemon juice in one gallon of water (3.8 liters). Let this solution at rest for 24 hours before you start using it. Pour the brew over your hair. Leave 20 minutes and then wash and condition the hair afterward. Handwashing from the home: As an alternative to store-bought hand cleansers, mix Epsom salts with baby oil for smooth, clean hands. Store this amount in bottles and leave them by the sinks in your home.

 

 

Gardening Helper: You can use Epsom salts to help your garden grow. You can use it to fertilize plants and grass, to facilitate the absorption of nutrients from plants, eliminate insects or stop the presence of slugs. Clean pots and pans: To treat really dirty dishes, pour Epsom salt into the water as it helps dirt to come off more easily. The abrasive texture of the salt helps loosen the food without leaving your pots and pans damaged.

 

 

Tile cleaner: To remove the dirt from tiles mix equal parts of Epsom salts and liquid dish detergent. Rub the soiled or stained surfaces with this mixture, allowing the mixture to absorb for 2 minutes. The dirt will loosen without effort. Rinse after cleaning.

 

Remove the accumulation of detergent: The unwanted rubber builds up inside the washing machine over time. Eliminate the accumulation of detergent with Epsom salts to protect your washing machine. Run an empty cycle with hot water, a quart of white vinegar and a cup of Epsom salt. After one minute, stop the cycle and leave the soaking solution for one hour. The most common way to use Epsom salts is by means of an immersion bath. In this way, the body absorbs magnesium through the skin and expels toxins from the body. It is advised that you do this with warm water and incorporating 2 cups of English salt into the tub, although you could also add a few drops of some soothing oil. Another option is to apply it as an exfoliant, for this you must put together a handful of Epsom salts and 1 tablespoon of baby oil, then gently rub this mixture all over the skin to remove dead cells and other substances that are exposed daily external organ, maintaining a clean and soft skin.

 

On the other hand, you can help soothe muscular discomfort and improve the appearance of bruising if you make a mixture of Epsom salts and water, and then apply it in the problem area. While choosing to add English salt to face cleansing cream is another way to enjoy its benefits and you should only apply it every night, letting it act until the next day. Likewise, it is a natural remedy for some splinters to come to the surface and to achieve this you only have to immerse the affected area in water with this product. However, if what you want to achieve is to soothe any type of itchy skin, the home use of English salt for this case is to dip a cloth in water containing 2 tablespoons of salt and then apply it to the affected area and let it act for a few minutes.