Epsom salts are an ingredient in many over-the-counter medications and home remedies. It has been used for centuries to relieve pain and promote healing.
ES are made by dissolving magnesium sulfate (MgSO4) in water. This process creates a solution with a pH level between 7 and 8.5. Magnesium is a mineral that helps maintain healthy bones, muscles, nerves, and blood vessels.
ES have been used as a remedy for centuries. It was first discovered in England during the 18th century. In fact, it was named after the town where it was originally found. Today, ES are still used to treat various ailments, such as muscle pain, joint pain, and even skin issues.
ES is often used to help relieve muscle pain and stiffness. It also helps reduce inflammation and swelling. You can use it topically by rubbing it into affected areas. Or, you can take a bath with it.
There are two main ways to measure the amount of ES you should add to your bath. One method involves measuring out the recommended dosage based on body weight. Another method uses the number of grains per ounce (g/oz) listed on the bottle. If you weigh yourself regularly, you can simply divide the recommended dose by your current weight. However, if you aren’t sure what your weight is, you can use the g/oz measurement instead.
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