Many People these days use Epsom salt to relive muscle and joint pain. But, are you familiar with other uses of this miraculous salt?

What Is Epsom Salt?

If you are one of those people who choose to’’ go green’’ and use chemical-free products, you don’t have to worry about Epsom salt as it is a naturally occurring mineral. It is a great source of magnesium and sulfates with ability to be absorbed topically.

8 Surprising Benefits of Epsom Salt

1.Ease Joint Pain

This is the most common use of Epsom salt! As mentioned above, it consists of magnesium and sulfates, both of which are critical to overall health.

Supplements can be hard on the digestive system because the body cannot effectively absorb it. Therefore, the trick is to prepare and Epsom salt bath which will break down into the water, allowing the magnesium and sulfates to be absorbed effectively

  1. Forget About Muscle Pain

Curing muscle pain is yet another benefit of Epsom salt baths. If you are not into it,

You can spray on sore magnesium oil after taking a shower instead.

 3.Epsom Salt Bath to Cure Headaches

Magnesium and sulfates are great at relaxing the body and relieving headaches.

Epsom salt baths are not used for joint and muscle pain relief only but will also ease debilitating te

 

4.Solve  the Problem for Greasy Hair

If your scalp is oily and you are having trouble with greasy hair, simply add a teaspoon of Epsom salt to your shampoo and let it do the trick.

  1. Face Scrub

Add a little bit Epsom salt to your face cream and apply onto the face, massing the face in circulation motions. When done, rinse it off with warm water

6.Foot Scrub

Mix Some Epsom Salt with olive oil and Castile soap to make your own foot scrub.

Use it a few times a week and say goodbye to cracked heels!

7.Fertilize Your Fruits

This use is probably the least known, mostly because Epsom salt isn’t often use in your home. But all you have to do is to add a teaspoon of it in the soil and watch your fruits grow higher and brighter.

8.Clean Your Bathroom

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