Epsom Salts BP Food Grade FCC
Produced in the UK
Researchers and physicians report that raising your magnesium levels may improve heart and circulatory health by reducing irregular heartbeats, preventing hardening of the arteries, reducing blood clots and lowering blood pressure.
First discovered and subsequently named after the town of Epsom in the UK.
Just add two cups (250-500gms) of Epsom Salts to warm water in your bath.
Popular for easing muscle pain and fading bruises.
For best results, bathe 2 to 3 times weekly, soaking for at least 12 minutes.
Epsom Salt improves the body’s ability to use insulin, reducing the incidence or severity of diabetes.
Epsom Salt helps raise the magnesium and sulphate levels in your body, hence serving as a superb mineral supplement.
It relaxes the nervous system, alleviates aching limbs, relieves back and muscle pain and cramps, helps cure skin problems, treats congestions and colds, heals cuts and draws toxins from your body.
Epsom Salts are recommended to relieve stress. Excess adrenaline and stress are believed to drain magnesium, a natural stress reliever, from the body. Magnesium is necessary for the body to bind adequate amounts of serotonin, a mood-elevating chemical within the brain that creates a feeling of wellbeing and relaxation.
Epsom Salt flushes toxins and heavy metals from the cells, easing muscle pain and helping the body to eliminate harmful substances.
While increasing your magnesium levels, Epsom salt also delivers sulphates, which are extremely difficult to get through food but which readily absorb through the skin. Medical research indicates sulphates are needed for the formation of brain tissue, joint proteins and the proteins that line the walls of the digestive tract. Sulphates also stimulate the pancreas to generate digestive enzymes and help to detoxify the body’s residue of medicines and environmental contaminants.
Also used by gardeners to add Magnesium and Sulphur to their soil.
There are many uses for this truly remarkable product, visit the website epsomsaltcouncil.org for further ideas and advice.