9 Reasons Why You Should Add Epsom Salt To Your Bath

9 Reasons Why You Should Add Epsom Salt To Your Bath


Epsom salt provides a wealth of health and
beauty benefits. Its secret ingredient is the chemical compound magnesium sulfate.
The body uses magnesium to regulate hundreds of enzymes and also plays a vital role in
many bodily functions. A magnesium deficiency can result in high blood pressure, osteoporosis
and migraines. Sulfate plays a role in the formation of brain tissue and improves the
body’s absorption of essential nutrients. Since magnesium sulfate can be absorbed through
the skin, regularly submerging in an Epsom salt bath can be extremely therapeutic. In today’s video we’ll highlight the top
health benefits of Epsom salt. 1. Eases Aches & Pains The next time your body has aches and pains,
reach for Epsom salt. Its magnesium can alleviate swelling and inflammation. It also has been
shown to help lower high blood pressure, and prevent osteoporosis and migraines. Magnesium
reduces stiffness, inflammation and most pain associated with arthritis, including gout.
This miracle worker assists in bone mineralization, promotes nerve functionality and soothes nerve
pain. Three times a week, add 2 tablespoons of Epsom
salt to a hot water. Soak for 20 – 30 minutes. 2. Aids Detoxification The magnesium in Epsom salt assists in eliminating
harmful toxins from the body and detoxifies cells to flush out environmental contaminants.
To enjoy a relaxing detox bath, add 1 to 2 cups of Epsom to a warm bath 2 to 3 three
times a week. Soak for about 20 minutes 3. Stress reliever Epsom salt can relieve stress, which can drain
the body of magnesium and increases adrenaline levels. It also can trigger the release and
uptake of serotonin, a mood-enhancing chemical in the brain. The proper levels of serotonin
regulate anxiety, and creates feelings of well-being and relaxation. Three times a week, add 1 cup of Epsom salt
to a warm bath and soak for 20 minutes. 4. Relieves Muscle Cramps Epsom salt is a great remedy for treating
muscle cramps or relieving sore muscles after workouts. The magnesium reduces inflammation
which eases pain. This in turn promotes muscle relaxation and healing. Make a thick paste
of Epsom salt and hot water. Apply it on the affected area for 15 to 20 minutes for soothing
comfort. 5. Improves Digestion Epsom salt assists in the elimination of harmful
toxins and waste products from the body and the digestive system. It also works as a laxative
in treating constipation. Dissolve 1 or 2 teaspoons of Epsom salt in
1 cup of warm water. Drink on an empty stomach once a day. 6. Adds Volume to Hair Epsom salt can add body to your hair, remove
excess oil from your scalp and keep both healthy. Over time, chemicals in shampoos and conditioners
can accumulate on the scalp and can result in oily hair, thinning hair and hair loss.
The minerals in Epsom salt can repair and strengthen damaged hair. To make a voluminous hair mask, mix equal
parts of a warm deep conditioner and Epsom salt. Apply to slightly damp hair. Leave on
for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with cold water. Note: Only use this treatment
once a week. If you have oily hair, add a little bit of Epsom salt to your shampoo and
wash your hair as usual. Do this no more than twice a week. 7. Exfoliates Skin To maintain a healthy, glowing complexion,
it’s essential to exfoliate once or twice a week to eliminate dead skin cells. Exfoliation
also removes excess oil from skin pores so your skin doesn’t become fertile ground
for itchiness, pimples, blackheads and other common problems. Gently rub a handful of Epsom
salt over damp skin to remove dead skin cells. Rinse with warm water and pat dry. 8. Improves Heart Health Epsom salt is also heart friendly. The magnesium
improves blood circulation, which decreases the chances of heart disease and strokes.
Magnesium helps maintain a normal heart rhythm and healthy arteries. Healthy arteries will
mean there is less risk of developing blood clots, plaque buildup and damage to arterial
walls. Enjoy an Epsom salt bath 3 times a week to improve your cardiovascular health
and reduce the risk of heart attack. 9. Alleviates Foot Problems Rough and callused feet also need tender care.
Epsom salt can soften dry, rough heels. Its natural properties work wonders in diminishing
foot odor, and also improve athlete’s foot and other foot problems. Add ½ cup of Epsom
salt to a foot tub filled with warm water and soak for 10 minutes daily. Symptoms should
improve soon. When taken internally, Epsom salt can cause
adverse side effects, including gastrointestinal irritation, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting.
Consult your doctor before taking Epsom salt. Do not take it longer than 1 week.

34 Comments

  • Deepti Ghai Sharma says:

    thanks for the tip 👍👍

  • ashay urade says:

    I do salt bath regularly and result is awesome

  • Anchal Bafna says:

    please make a video on dark knees!!! please!!!

  • Karen Loach says:

    Wonderful. Now that was a wealth of information.. Thank you so much for this channel. Awesome…

  • Sathya Joshna says:

    what is emsop salt???

  • Lisa N says:

    This was timely. I injured my foot and someone suggested I soak it in epsom salts. We forget these things sometimes! So I did and wow what relief! I will do it again shortly because the pain and stiffness has built back up. Feels very good and tension relieving.

  • Tara S says:

    Can I use that on my 4 year olds bath?

  • Charlotte Renoy says:

    Won't sea salt work?

  • Ewa Turower says:

    Totally wonderful video with nice female voice.
    Epson Salt does wonders for me. Love those soothing/cleansing baths, Also, I used it as plants fertilizer.

  • TheOrganiclady says:

    Do you know how many times you change the amount if epsom salt for a 20 minute bath 3 times a week in this video?? How come ???

  • Adil Shaikh says:

    Hi NC Team,
    You guys are doing a fabulous job here. I have a suggestion though, could you please make a video on how to save yourself from suntan and how to cure tanned skin.
    Thank you.

  • Leona Ricketts says:

    wow, thank you for those tips😁

  • Midhat Bano says:

    Maan we can use Mg so4 instead of epsum salt? can we drink mgso4 water??

  • Janae Miller Media says:

    This video is great. Very thorough.

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  • Pan Sixty Six says:

    Soak for way longer than 20 min. 40 minute soak os best. You should get bath water as hot as you can take, then soak in bath till water is cool. When you soak in hot or warm water, the toxins in your body are drawn toward your skin from inside your body, when water cools, these toxins are then drawn out into the water!

  • G. Al says:

    Warum wird dieses Video in Deutsch angekündigt u.in englisch gesprochen?

  • alyssa caeytano says:

    I don’t think you even have to drink it to get the digestive effect. I took salt baths for something else and I noticed that along with starting to help with that other thing, my stomach was feeling better than usual. And usually they’re pretty nauseous and meeting to go to the bathroom pretty bad in the morning and then feeling as if I never ate during the midday before lunch but this week I’ve noticed my stomach was calm and happy and I was not very hungry even during meal time. I also had discomfort and pain while going number two in the mornings, but I think the salt was doing good because I have not felt that way at any morning this week while using the salt baths. I think I will continue to take a salt soak each night & day as mych as possible. Am I drink it every once in a while as well

  • Wisdom Seeker says:

    Very informative! Thank you!

  • mzcocoblaque says:

    first she said add 2 teaspoons to bath then she said 2 cups so which one is it? maybe she meant to say cups.

  • Vinodhini R says:

    Can anyone pls clear my dout ,can we take Epsom salt bath regularly r only to keep our legs ,if we can bath means how much salt should b used to water ,and am not using bath tub then how can I soak my body ,with soaking jst adding salt to water ,wil it work

  • Mαธ๐η Μαฤ says:

    I'll make ya a deal… I'ma go swig down this here 2 Tbspns of Abby somthin Salt, mixed Epsom'o'tha the left over luke warm bath water that got Abby somthin Salts mixed up in it pretty good already after all the sloshin around from soakin in it, (waste not, want not), and then in a bout n hour i'll jump on back over here an giver a thumbs up, that is if I'm not hunched ass over end doin double duty on the commode, or using the shower curtain rod as a bite down teether while I'm floppin around the bathroom floor seizing in a mess of Abby something salts, under a finding Nemo plastic shower curtain, while stroking out…. Zeus willing, i'll come back here and Thumbs Ep Some other ones too!!! heh heh heh

  • Mystery Gal says:

    Is it supposed to feel like idk mintyness

  • Chad Charming says:

    Your voice is very relaxing

  • Manjunath Swamy says:

    Can it be used for treating kidney infection.

  • Bhibhuti Biswal says:

    You are Hindi talking

  • GSA Architectural & Mechanical Drafting Inc. says:

    Thank you very much for sharing this video

  • Vicki Hundsdorf says:

    love Epsom salt baths, do them regularly also . any suggestions how to treat ailments without a tub to soak in ? elderly have hard times getting out of tub

  • helen allen says:

    very interesting and informative video .. thankyou

  • Stella Stanley says:

    Ulcer patient drink this water is good or bad

  • Shankar_ Shankar says:

    I had sitz bath with epsom salt for my haemorroids,got relieved of the pain,wonderful indeed!

  • Michael Patole says:

    Very well Explained.! God Bless U…4 dis Truth…Thank U…

  • Frank Gutowski says:

    Transdermal propagation of magnesium is not proven scientifically….

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