Sleeping disorder, arthritis, fibromyalgia ..


Natural source for detox at home
Sometimes, when you ask for a quick remedy for "good sleep, well-being, irritability, etc.," it is difficult to explain why you need a proper homeopathic consultation and it's impossible to "retell" what I had been taught for 4 years in college in 5 minute.

Magic wand in the above cases are always natural remedies. For example, recently a headache was solved with vinegar-lemon-water solution. Sleeping children disorders were improved with Epsom Salt bath.

Epsom Salt - or magnesium sulphate salt has been used by people all over the world for hundreds of years. Epsom Salt took name after the city of Epsom in England.

Salt Epsom is different from sea salt of the Dead Sea, or any other bath salt (oils, dye, perfume are usually added to the normal bath salt).


The magnesium contained in the Epsom salt is separated from the sulphate and dissolve in water. Our body perfectly absorbs magnesium through the surface of the skin.

Magnesium sulphate is used in medicine, external and internal. The absorption of magnesium by the body depends from the form (soluble in water or not), temperature and concentration of the salt.

Magnesium is vital to our body. Without magnesium, calcium and vitamin D3 could not be absorbed. Any stress (including unhealthy diet and lifestyle) leads to magnesium insufficiency.

Magnesium is washed out by most medicines: antibiotics, pressure medications, all diuretics (including natural medicines such as coffee), contraceptives, anti-cholesterol preparations (statins), asthma inhalers, etc.

Baths with Epsom salt are used in the treatment of:

  • arthritis
  • bruises and strains
  • fibromyalgia (musculoskeletal pain)
  • ingrown nails
  • insomnia
  • psoriasis
  • sunburn and redness
  • swollen (tired) legs
  • in case of problematic behaviour (hyperactivity)
  • to improve blood circulation (increase arterial elasticity)
  • to low blood pressure, blood sugar levels
  • with constipation
  • removing splinters (Epsom salt reduces inflammation, relieves pain)

You can add Epsom salt to the bath. Do not use salt in the hot tub, jacuzzi.

The frequency of the baths and the amount of salt dissolved in the bath depends on your body and the effect you want to get. For example, with a splinter in the leg, you only need to hold your leg for about 12 minutes in the bath to relieve inflammation, this will accelerate the process of pulling the splinter.

Like all natural means of healing Epsom Salt has no scientific justification (publications). Perhaps scientists could not find funds for research.

However, in 2006 Rosemary Waring, a British biochemist at the University of Birmingham, conducted an excellent experiment with salt Epsom.

She questioned if Epsom salt penetrated the skin. She measured the levels of magnesium in the blood of people before and after Epsom baths. As a result, in 16 out of 19 people the level of magnesium in the blood was higher after Epsom baths.

Salt Epsom is used not only for baths. It can be used as a scrub for the face and body. Salt Epsom is added to the soil of both domestic and vegetable/fruit plants for growth.

Unfortunately, today, due to the use of toxic chemicals, our soil is poor in minerals and it is difficult to get a daily amount of magnesium from food grown in such soil. Therefore the Epsom Salt baths are good to increase the level of magnesium in the body and it's a perfect natural detox as well.

Soothing feet bath

  1. Mix the epsom salt (2 tbsp) and oats (1 tbsp) together in a blender, until they form a fine powder.
  2. Add the Arnica (arnica macerated oil or homeopathic Arnica 6C, 12C or 30C) and mix together
  3. Add the essential oil (lavender or any other your fabourite), mix together.
Add a tablespoon of the mixture to a foot bath and leave feet to soak for 10 min. Enjoy!

You cab keep the mixture in a jar for up to 6 months.
it has the deep-cleansing, antiseptic, skin softening and soothing effects for your feet.