The English salt is a naturally occurring mineral compound, also known by its chemical name, magnesium sulfate. Another popular name for the English salt is Epsom salt.
Magnesium sulfate has many useful applications not only in medicine, but also in everyday life and cosmetics. Epsom salt has been shown to be extremely well absorbed through the skin, making it suitable for therapeutic baths.
- Improves nervous activity, maintains optimal blood calcium levels;
- Improvement of the activity of the heart and blood vessels;
- Removes toxins and heavy metals from cells;
- Relieves muscle aches and cramps;
- Relieves stress
- Migraine prevention and relief
- Works well for skin problems.
Relaxing, healthy baths with Epsom salt have detoxifying, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-seborrheic effects.
Epsom salt (Magnesium sulfate).
External use only!
Add to warm water (37 ° C) and soak for at least 20 minutes. Do not use soap or other bath detergents. After a certain period of time, rinse the skin with clean water.
Whole body bath: Dissolve 250 g of magnesium sulfate in the bath.
Foot bath: Dissolve 200 g of the product in 5 liters of water. Water should cover the ankles.
Packing: 500 g
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