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Who would have guessed something so affordable that has been around for so many years would be something we need to incorporate into our weekly routine? Over the years, Epsom Salt has proven they really do have natural healing characteristics. Epsom salt is rich in both magnesium and sulfate. Most of us do not have enough magnesium; the levels have dropped by 50% in the last century. Scientist believe this deficiency has contributed to the high rates of heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, arthritis and joint pain, digestion problems, stress, fatigue and many other health issues. Sulfates are important for many things including the formation of brain tissue, joint proteins, and proteins in the digestive tract. They stimulate the pancreas to generate digestive enzymes that help detoxify the body.
Magnesium and sulfate are easily absorbed through the skin, but poorly absorbed through the stomach. Epsom Salt baths, draw toxin from the body, relaxes muscles, reduces swelling, sedates the nervous system, and the list goes on and on. Doctors and researchers agree to soak in an Epsom salt bath is a safe, easy way to increase levels of both magnesium and sulfate.
Medial research indicates that proper levels of magnesium and sulfate may have the following benefits:
1. Improves circulatory health, preventing hardening of the arteries, reducing irregular heartbeats and blood clots plus lowering blood pressure.
2. Helps insulin to be more effective
3. Helps maintain proper Calcium levels in the blood
4. Relieve stress
5. Flush toxins from the cells
6. Improve the absorption of nutrients
7. Reduce inflammation and relieve pain
8. Easing pain for migraine headaches and fibromyalgia
9. Fading bruises
10. Improves Oxygen use
Fill your bathtub with water at a comfortable temperature adding two cups of Epsom Salt to the water (for a standard-sized bathtub / four cups for a larger tub). Soak for at least 12 minutes, three times a week. Add a few drops of lavender or eucalyptus oil for a nice aroma.
If you are pregnant or have any health concerns, please check with your doctor before using Epsom Salt.
Epsom Salt Industry Council visit them and learn fore about the benefits of Epsom Salt.
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Originally posted 2013-03-04 00:43:19. Republished by Blog Post Promoter