The Many Uses Of Epsom Salt!

Quick Tip Monday!!!

So, you’re cleaning out your cabinets and you come across a bag of Epsom salt. You’re probably thinking when did I purchase this and why?

But before you toss that little bag in the garbage, take a second look because there’s a host of uses inside that bag that you may not have even realized.

As a matter of fact, Epsom salt should be in everyone’s home.

Epsom Salt: Is a natural exfoliator that’s made from the minerals magnesium and sulfate.

It gets its name from the town of Epsom, England where the compound was first distilled from water, during the Shakespeare era.

It looks like salt in its form but it’s not a salt because salt consist of sodium chloride which is totally different substance than that of Epsom salt.

Here’s are some additional uses for Epsom Salt…..

Add it to your bath water for an instant detox.

Add it to your favorite essential oil for the perfect body scrub.

It is one of the most effective and natural ways to relieve sore muscles and painful joints.

Make a water and Epsom salt cocktail to relieve constipation.

Use as a foot soak to remove rough dry skin and odor.

Use to regulate blood sugar.

Helps to soothe sprains and bruises.

Click the link above for additional uses and a more in dept look into the world of Epsom Salt.

Here’s To Your Health!!!

Stephanie B. Davis
Certified Natural Health Professional
Social Media and Marketing Director for Dr. Celeste Owens Ministries

**Disclaimer: Please pray and ask God for direction and always consult a doctor before starting any new regimen.**
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