An Epsom salts bath detox helps draw out toxins and detoxify your body.
It helps relax fatigued muscles and moves stagnant waste and fluids from the body.
I was asked to explain a little about doing an Epsom Salt bath detox, so here it is.
Put 2-3 handfuls of Epsom salts in a bath of very warm water and stay in the bath for 20 minutes or more if tolerated.
100g is the minimum recommended to gain the detox effect.
Epsom salts is excellent at drawing out toxins and encourages sweating which in itself is a way of promoting a detox.
Keep warm after your bath and if you can, get into a warm bed. You should sleep soundly.
It is not unusual to perspire after the bath but this also encourages healing as toxins are eliminated via the skin.
Obviously exercise caution if you are elderly, suffering from any underlying medical condition such as high blood pressure, heart or kidney conditions. Also please keep out of reach of small children.
The active ingredient is magnesium sulphate heptahydrate, commonly known as Epsom salts.
It’s a naturally occurring mineral and derives its name from the town Epsom in England, where it was first precipitated from local spring mineral water.
Some people use Epsom salts for a laxative effect but I don’t recommend this. If you need to cleanse your colon please use Oxy-Powder colon cleanse capsules. They have been made specifically for colon cleansing. It’s a much safer option.
As detoxing goes this is probably one of the nicer ones…Enjoy!!!