A popular natural remedy to have in the home, whether it be for a hot relaxing bath or for household use, it is a must have for the cupboard!
Epsom Salt, or also known as magnesium sulphate, is named after a bitter saline spring in the town of Epsom in Surry, England where the salt was once sourced.
Magnesium Sulphate has a variety of uses, however is most commonly used as a bath salt to soothe aching sore muscles or just as a relaxing bath salt.
Also great for use for on gardens including tomatoes, rhododendrons, roses, and even your lawn. Dissolve in water, and use as a fertiliser or spray for your garden.
**The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only. If you have any pre-existing health concerns or you are pregnant, check with your doctor before you use Epsom Salts. We do not recommend ingesting this product as it is not food grade.**
Epsom salts are actually not a salt but a naturally occurring mineral compound - magnesium sulphate. Download the product specification sheet here.
Download the product specification sheet here.