What is the Epsom salt?
Epsom salt, otherwise known as bitter or English salt, is a naturally pure mineral compound – magnesium sulfate (MgSO4 * 7H2O). The name of the salt came from the popular city of Epsom in England, where the compound was initially evaporated from mineral water sources. Appearance resembles table salt, is odorless, pH neutral for the skin, pure magnesium content not less than 9.7%; pure sulfur content not less than 12.9%. It is a natural remedy that has long been used in many ailments, for cosmetic purposes and health benefits.
What are the benefits of using Epsom salts?
There are innumerable medical and health benefits of Epsom salts, known for hundreds of years. Unlike other salts, Epsom’s salt has the same beneficial properties that help soothe the body and mind. For the numerous biological functions of magnesium sulfate corresponds to the specific structure of the molecule, as well as the two elements constituting it: magnesium and sulfur. Magnesium in the human body is found in all the cells of the body and is one of the most valuable bioelements. It is surprising that most of us have a high magnesium deficiency. Studies have shown that magnesium sulfate is better absorbed through the skin than the digestive tract, which makes bathing in brine an easy and fun way to derive the amazing benefits of using this salt and quickly replenish Magnesium deficiencies. Epsom salt has a purifying and relaxing effect, relieves all pain and inflammation, has a beneficial effect on the skin, treats skin diseases, accelerates rehabilitation, convalescence and wound healing, increases immunity and endurance of the body, has a beneficial effect on the functioning of the whole organism.
Why is magnesium important?
• regulates the activity of over 300 enzymes
• participates in the transmission of nerve impulses
• cooperates in the functioning of muscle and nervous tissue
• helps in maintaining mental and physical balance
• prevents muscle cramps and hypertension
• it has beneficial effects on blood clotting
• prevents cholesterol from accumulating in the walls of the arteries
• protects against the formation of diseases of blood vessels
• reduces the risk of a heart attack
• supports the immune system
• blocks the harmful effects of toxic metals
• cooperates in the process of insulin formation
• prevents osteoporosis
• prevents migraines
• relieves premenstrual symptoms and menstrual pain
What depends on sulfur?
• practically all our beauty (beautiful hair, moisturized and elastic skin, strong connective tissue, strong nails, efficient joints)
• hormonal economy (stress shield, feeling of happiness and joy, balanced mood and feeling of relaxation)
• immune system (eye protection, cell protection, body cleaning of toxins)
• other functions such as: fat metabolism, carbohydrate metabolism, cell nucleus regeneration, cellular respiration, energy processes, etc.