Epsom Salts Food Grade
What is Epsom salts?
Epsom salts is magnesium sulphate (Magnesium sulfate). It originally got this common name Epsom Salts from the town of Epsom in the county of Surrey, England.
What grade is our Epsom salts?
Health Leads Epsom salts is high quality food grade FCC (Food Chemical Codex)
What can Epsom salts be used for?
Health Leads Epsom salts can be used as a food supplement or for external use as a bath salt. It is widely reported to be great for your garden plants. When used as a bath salt it is believed to be helpful in relieving aches and pains related to joints and muscles. Also Epsom salts is used in the Dr Hulda Clark liver flush/liver cleanse. And the FDA have approved Epsom salts as a laxative. Please seek medical advice before using internally.
Why not try one of these!
A relaxing bath: add two cups of Epsom salts to your warm bath water.
Foot soak: Add half a cup of bath salts to a large pan of warm water, soak your feet for as long as needed. Soothes aches.
Exceeding the RDA of 400mg may cause mild stomach upset in sensitive individuals.
If you have a medical condition, are taking medication, are pregnant or nursing, always seeks advice from a qualified healthcare professional before taking any food supplement.
Discontinue use if any adverse reaction occurs.
Epsom salts (magnesium sulphate).
The product does not contain: Magnesium Stearate, Gluten, Starch, Lactose, Artificial Sweeteners, Added Salt, Added Sugar, Colours or Preservatives
This product is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Internal: one tablespoon per day mixed with a large glass of water on an empty stomach.
External: Sprinkle about half a packet into a warm bath and soak for at least 20 minutes.