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Pure pharmaceutical pharmaceutical sulphate
Magnesium sulphate is an inorganic chemical compound - a salt of sulfuric acid and magnesium. It is also known as Epsom salt (bitter salt, English salt, Epoonian salt, Epsomit, Epsom salt) - this name came from the town of Epsom in central England, where this compound was obtained by evaporation of mineral water. Appearance this substance resembles ordinary table salt (sodium chloride), however, has a bitter taste (hence the name bitter salt), has no odor and has a pH neutral for the skin.
Species: pure food
Name: Magnesium sulphate heptahydrate
Synonyms: Magnesium sulphate, Epsom salt, English salt, bitter salt
Purity: Pure 99.9%
Chemical formula: MgSo4 x 7H2O
Examples of applications:
• a relaxing bath - pour 1-2 cups of magnesium sulphate into hot water. Magnesium is a natural antiperspirant, has a calming effect and supplements the deficiency of this element in the body. Sulfur contained in Epsom salt soothes skin changes, exfoliates bouts, soothes sunburns, and also has anti-inflammatory, anti-seborrhoea, anti-dandruff and anti-bacterial properties,
• washing softening salt - approximately 1/3 cup of magnesium sulphate should be used for one wash; you can add a few drops of aroma or aroma in the form of an oil,
• preparation for sunburn - dissolve two tablespoons in a glass of water and apply to the skin,
• preparation for mosquito bites - dissolve two tablespoons of Epsom salt in a glass of water, soak the swab and put a wrap on bitten places,
• a relaxant - baths with the addition of Epsom salts help with weakness; add two cups of magnesium sulphate to the hot water tub,
• facial and body peeling - antibacterial, anti-seborrhoea and anti-acne. This effect is ensured by sulfur. In order to prepare the body scrub, mix half a glass of salt with a small amount of your favorite flavored olive. To make a face scrub, just a teaspoon of salt mixed with face gel, any cream or oil, and then massage. You can also prepare a mask with Epsom salt - mix a teaspoon of salt with honey, apply to face, massage and leave for about 20 minutes, then rinse with water,
• hair conditioner - provides antibacterial, anti-seborrhoea and anti-dandruff effects. To prepare it, mix a tablespoon of Epsom salt and a tablespoon of hair balm, apply to damp hair, leave for 20-25 minutes, then rinse.
• measure for aching feet - pour a few tablespoons of Epsom salt into a bowl of warm water and soak the feet in it. It is an effective treatment for swelling, sprains and sprains. Soaking your feet in brine so prepared is effective in combating mycoses and unpleasant feet odor. Legs should be soaked every day for 15-20 minutes, and in the case of fungal infections it should be used several times a day. This solution will also be useful when softening the heel skin,
• cleaning agent - ideal for cleaning basins, tiles in the kitchen and bathroom, grouts, etc. To prepare it, mix in equal proportions magnesium sulfate with dishwashing liquid and create a paste.
Magnesium sulphate in the garden:
• as a fertilizer - effective for foliar fertilization with magnesium by spraying,
• as a repellent for insects - for spraying garden and balcony plants,
• as a conditioner for plants - fertilizes the soil; excellent for conifers and lawns, as well as in the form of fertilizer for garden and potted flowers and vegetables. Use a 1 tablespoon of Epsom salt per 2 L of water. It prevents browning of lawns and conifers,
• as a repellent on snails - salt should be poured in the area of presence or threatened by the appearance of snails (works similarly to boraks on ants).
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