Epsom salt bath

Epsom salt bath

Naturopathy
A bath taken in hot water, into which 1–2 kg of Epsom salts are dissolved. It has been recommended that the water be as hot as can be reasonably borne by the patient, and ideally of 20 minutes in duration; such baths are believed by their advocates to be both cleansing and antispasmodic.
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I know I'll need to soak it in an Epsom salt bath tonight.
And every morning and night I soak my feet in an Epsom salt bath.
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Your go-to way to treat yo'self after a long workout: A good foam roll and epsom salt bath with lavender oil
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Teal's foaming bath, a bubbly alternative to an Epsom salt bath that provides more benefits than using either a bubble bath or an Epsom salt product by itself.
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Teal's Foaming Bath offers a bubbly alternative to an Epsom salt bath, and they receive far more benefits than they would with typical bath salts or a bubble bath alone, according to the spokeswoman.