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Epsom Salt





Uses for Epsom Salt




Athletes Foot

Epsom salt can help relieve symptoms of Athlete’s Foot. Simply add a few teaspoons of Epsom salt to a basin of water and soak feet for about 15 minutes.

Bathroom Tile Cleaner

Epsom salt makes a great scrub for bathroom tiles. Simply mix an equal part of Epsom salt with an equal part of liquid dishwashing detergent and scrub away.

Corns

Epsom salt can help relive the pain of corns on feet. Add some Epsom salt to a basin of warm water and soak feet for at least 15 minutes. This will help reduce the pocket of fluid between the corn and the bone that is causing pain.

Facial/Exfoliant

Epsom salt makes a great exfoliant in a pinch. Wet your face and/or body and gently massage Epsom salt over your skin. Then rinse it clean.

Flu

One of the worst symptoms of the flu is the achy and sore muscles that accompany it. Soaking in a warm bath with some Epsom salt and baking soda can help relieve the pain of those achy muscles. Add one cup of Epsom salt and one cup of baking soda to running bath water, then soak in the tub for at least 15 minutes.

Foot Ache

Adding 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt to a basin of warm water will help ease foot pain. Soak feet for about 15 minutes for relief.

Insect Bites

Epsom salt can also help relieve pain and itching caused by insect bites. Dissolve a teaspoon of Epsom salt in one quart of hot water. Chill it in the refrigerator, then dip a clean cloth into the solution and place over the bite for approximately 10 minutes.

Menstrual Cramps

Combining Epsom salt with some Baking Soda in a bath can work wonder in reducing the pain of menstrual cramps. Simply add one cup of Epsom salt and one cup of baking soda to the bath while the tub is filling. Then sit in warm tub for at least 20 minutes.

Sore Muscles

Epsom salt works wonders in easing sore muscles when added to a hot bath. Simply pour in 2 cups of Epsom salt while the tub is filling. Then soak for at least 20 minutes in the tub. It works wonders.

Splinter Remover

Strangely enough, Epsom salt can draw out stuck splinters in skin. Add a teaspoon or two of Epsom salt to a basin of water and soak the affected skin. It should help draw out the splinter.

Sprains and Bruises

Epsom salt can also help to reduce swelling associated with bruises and/or sprains. Add two cups of salt to a running bath and soak in it for 15 to 20 minutes.

Stress Relief

Epsom Salt combined with Baking Soda and Table salt added to a warm bath makes a great stress reliever. Just add a handful of each ingredient to running bath water and soak in the tub for at least 20 minutes to help your body relax.






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