Epsom Salts 300g
- Active Ingredients: Magnesium Sulfate
- Effective Relief From Constipation
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Epsom Salts Active Ingredient Magnesium Sulphate can be used for treat occasional Constipation , aching muscles, sports injuries, foot baths, and relieving sore muscles or just relaxing.
what is Epsom Salts and what is it used for
Epsom Salts active ingredient magnesium sulphate, and is known for relieving stress, flushing out toxins, helping ease migraines, and other such benefits. This product can also be used for treating occasional Constipation , pain from sprains, bruises and boils
There are numerous benefits to using Epsom including stress relief, flushing out toxins, and an improvement in circulation. This is because stress drains magnesium out of the body, thus using Epsom salts can restore these levels.
Before you use Epsom Salts
- Do not use in cases of intestinal blockage.
- Talk to your doctor before use if you are taking tetracyclines, digoxin, vitamins or iron supplements.
- Do not use if you are pregnant or breast-feeding unless on the advice of your doctor.
- Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before use if you have kidney problems or you have been ill or you are elderly.
- Tell your doctor you are taking it if you are going to be given an anaesthetic.
- Pregnancy and lactation: Do not use in pregnancy or while breastfeeding.
How to use Epsom Salts
Take by mouth for constipation:
- Adults and children over 12 years:5-15g (1 – 3 teaspoons) to be taken as required in 250 ml of water, which may be flavoured with citrus juices.
- The elderly: To be used with caution, not exceeding the adult dose.
- Do Not give to children under 12 years
For external use:
- As a wet dressing suitable for all ages:Dissolve one tablespoonful in a small cupful of warm water and apply with lint or cotton wool as required.
Epsom Salts Ingredients
Prolonged use should be avoided as it may cause alkalosis (too much alkali in body fluids) and increased magnesium in the body. Medical advice should be sought in the event of an overdose.