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1kg Epsom salt £2.49 home bargains

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Two different types of Epsom salts(muscles and skin) 1kg bags for £2.49 each. Read More
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Two different types of Epsom salts(muscles and skin) 1kg bags for £2.49 each.
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2 Likes #1
Westlab direct sell bigger bags but works much cheaper. They advise you to use the entire 1kg for 2 baths or 1 bath only

Great stuff for headaches and muscle pain but I always buy direct
1 Like #2
Best way of getting magnesium levels up, oral supplements have really poor bioavailability. Stick 300g of this in a hot bath & soaking for 30 mins minimum has been shown to this blood serum levels bypassing digestion processes.

Raising magnesium levels really helps anyone with chronic neuropathic pain conditions like CFS/ME/PVFS/Fibromyalgia and also arthritis too.

Believe of all places it was Bath university that did the trials.
#3
May I ask, does the salt not dry your skin?
#4
Rich44
Best way of getting magnesium levels up, oral supplements have really poor bioavailability. Stick 300g of this in a hot bath & soaking for 30 mins minimum has been shown to this blood serum levels bypassing digestion processes.
Raising magnesium levels really helps anyone with chronic neuropathic pain conditions like CFS/ME/PVFS/Fibromyalgia and also arthritis too.
Believe of all places it was Bath university that did the trials.
Being a spa town an' all
#5
my plants love it...cheers op
#6
Rich44
Best way of getting magnesium levels up, oral supplements have really poor bioavailability. Stick 300g of this in a hot bath & soaking for 30 mins minimum has been shown to this blood serum levels bypassing digestion processes.

Raising magnesium levels really helps anyone with chronic neuropathic pain conditions like CFS/ME/PVFS/Fibromyalgia and also arthritis too.

Believe of all places it was Bath university that did the trials.


How do you check ur magnesium levels?
8 Likes #7
PointDex
Rich44
Best way of getting magnesium levels up, oral supplements have really poor bioavailability. Stick 300g of this in a hot bath & soaking for 30 mins minimum has been shown to this blood serum levels bypassing digestion processes.

Raising magnesium levels really helps anyone with chronic neuropathic pain conditions like CFS/ME/PVFS/Fibromyalgia and also arthritis too.

Believe of all places it was Bath university that did the trials.


How do you check ur magnesium levels?


You set your finger on fire and if it glows a really bright white light your good, if not you might be low on the stuff
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Kyballion
PointDex
Rich44
Best way of getting magnesium levels up, oral supplements have really poor bioavailability. Stick 300g of this in a hot bath & soaking for 30 mins minimum has been shown to this blood serum levels bypassing digestion processes.
Raising magnesium levels really helps anyone with chronic neuropathic pain conditions like CFS/ME/PVFS/Fibromyalgia and also arthritis too.
Believe of all places it was Bath university that did the trials.
How do you check ur magnesium levels?
You set your finger on fire and if it glows a really bright white light your good, if not you might be low on the stuff
Tried it, mine went black and fell off, I must be really low.
#9
I've developed a very painful and persistent verucca on my right foot. My son's partner recommended bathing it daily in a solution of epsom salts. I was very sceptical...but it has turned out to be a fantastic treatment while I'm getting the little beggar burnt off at the 'freeze' clinic.
#10
Fluffyfeather
May I ask, does the salt not dry your skin?


No it leaves you really soft
#11
How do you know if magnesium levels low?(serious question..........!!)
#12
Rich44
Best way of getting magnesium levels up, oral supplements have really poor bioavailability. Stick 300g of this in a hot bath & soaking for 30 mins minimum has been shown to this blood serum levels bypassing digestion processes.

Raising magnesium levels really helps anyone with chronic neuropathic pain conditions like CFS/ME/PVFS/Fibromyalgia and also arthritis too.

Believe of all places it was Bath university that did the trials.


so you're implying that a dilute topical magnesium bath solution gives a higher bioavailabilty than oral?
#13
Great price, thanks. Use it as a foot soak, lovely!
#14
Rich44
Best way of getting magnesium levels up, oral supplements have really poor bioavailability. Stick 300g of this in a hot bath & soaking for 30 mins minimum has been shown to this blood serum levels bypassing digestion processes.

Raising magnesium levels really helps anyone with chronic neuropathic pain conditions like CFS/ME/PVFS/Fibromyalgia and also arthritis too.

Believe of all places it was Bath university that did the trials.


link to the research?
#15
Great stuff, but surely more optimal and cheaper to take a strong bio-available magnesium supplement regularly?
#16
5kg for £10 in TK Max so poor value here
#17
B&M have them for 1.79 on offer

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