- Cramps/ turmoil In the legs: Mix about 1 tbsp. EPSOM BATH SALT in a foot vessel with warm water. You may want to add a few drops of ESSENTIAL LAVENDER OIL for further calming effect. Duration 10 min.
- Cleansing effect: pour about 2-3 tablespoons into the bathtub. If necessary, set the set of sets. A little ESSENTIAL PEBBERMINT OIL or LAVENDER OIL. Duration 10-15-min
- Body scrub: mix about 2-3 teaspoons. EPSOM BATH SALT with your base oil. The mixing ratio to a good firm consistency is about 50 ml. oil + 150 ml. EPSOM BATH SALT
- Diuretic effect: for foot baths by water retention in both the body and/or legs. Mix about 1 tbsp. EPSOM BATH SALT In a foot vessel with warm water. Duration 10 min. before bed
- Children with agitation: mix about 1 tbsp in the bath water and leave the baby bathed for about 10-15 minutes. Preferably just before bedtime.
A LITTLE STORY ABOUT EPSOM SALT
EPSOM SALT – also known as magnesium sulphate – originates from the area of Epsom in England. Way back in the early 1700s, the salt mineral was discovered because underground springs bubbled with water containing this special salt. It is also called “bitter-salt” simply because it tastes more bitter than salt.
EPSOM SALT has been used for generations for special baths, for people with various circulatory and digestive disorders. This type of salt works by transporting the minerals around via the circulation and thus having a cleansing and stimulating effect on the organs.
The list of ingredients is thus understood: The ingredient listed at the top makes up the largest amount of the contents of the product. Nr. 2 ingredient on the list constitutes the next highest amount etc. This applies to all list of ingredients.
MAGNESIUM SULFATE – MAGNESIUM SALT
LAVANDULA SEED – LAVENDER SEEDS
MENTHA LEAF – DRIED MINT LEAVES