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THE BAD NEWS

Checked your magnesium lately? Hate to break it to you, but chances are it's pretty low. Americans today have less than half the magnesium levels as those of their ancestors due to changes in diet and an increase in the consumption of fatty, sugary, and processed foods.

…so why is this a big deal?
Magnesium is a natural element essential to helping the body function. It's responsible for making your nerves and muscles work properly and for regulating the activity of 325+ enzymes. 6


THE GOOD NEWS

According to an university study, upping your magnesium intake maybe as easy and inexpensive as, well taking a bath! Research shows that soaking in Epsom salt at least three times a week helps you look better, feel better and improves your overall health.

How does it work?
When dissolved in warm water, magnesium sulfate is absorbed through the skin, naturally restoring the level of magnesium in the body.3 While taking magnesium supplements and incorporating magnesium-rich foods into your diet may seem like the most obvious solution, taking an Epsom salt bath is actually the fastest and most effective approach.1

.…even better news?
Sulfate's an all-around health booster too! When taken into the body, sulfate flushes out harmful toxins, improves absorption of nutrients, and helps forms protein and brain tissue.2

Want more proof?
When working together, the two are unstoppable. Used for its healing properties for thousands of years, magnesium sulfate is a quick and time-tested solution to a variety of health problems.

Feeling exhausted and overwhelmed?
Magnesium is a natural stress-reliever and energy booster. It helps produce a chemical in the brain called serotonin, which works to elevate your mood and increases your ability to make it through the day by directing energy production in the cells.3
By lowering both adrenaline levels and blood pressure, magnesium also reduces irritability and fosters relaxation.3 As a result, your concentration sharpens, and you can finally get the good night's sleep your body craves!3

Suffering from soreness or another injury?
Magnesium sulfate soothes the muscles by flushing out lactic acid. Because of its ability to draw out fluids, magnesium sulfate also effectively reduces swelling and is a quick-fix for sprains, bee stings, mosquito bites, and sunburns.

MORE benefits?
Along with helping you feel great, magnesium sulfate helps you look great too! Mix two teaspoons of Dr. Teal's Epsom salt with your favorite scented body wash to exfoliate your skin, add to a cleansing cream for a deep-penetrating facial, sprinkle into a foot soak for lasting softness and odor reduction, or combine with conditioner to volumize your hair.


Want to know more? Check out www.epsomsaltcouncil.org.  

*Epsom Salt baths are not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease.
 

How to Use Dr. Teal's
Epsom Salt for soaking:

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Soak away sore muscles:

Pour 2 cups of Dr. Teal's Epsom Salt under warm, running bath water. Soak for 20 minutes, and let the rich minerals absorb through the skin, offering relief to sore muscles
 
 
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Exfoliate your skin:

MIx 2 tablespoons of Dr. Teal's Epsom Salt with a handful of your favorite body wash. Gently massage mixture onto skin to slough away dry patches, revealing a healthier-looking complexion.
 
 
Relieve
 

Relieve sprains and stings:

Add 1 cup of Dr. Teal's Epsom Salt to 1 quart of warm water. Immerse a wash cloth in the solution, then wring out excess water. Apply the warm wash cloth to the affected area until the wash cloth is not longer warm. Repeat two or three times to help reduce pain and swelling.
     
     
  1. http://www.care2.com/greenliving/health-benefits-of-epsom-salt-baths.html
  2. http://alwayswellwithin.com/2010/04/23/790
  3. http://www.buzzle.com/articles/benefits-of-epsom-salts.html
  4. http://www.epsomsaltcouncil.org/news/articles/doctors_say_treat_colds_flu_with_epsom_salt.php
  5. http://www.livestrong.com/article/137974-what-is-epsom-salt-good-for/
  6. http://epsomsaltcouncil.org/health/
  7. http://www.sheknows.com/beauty-and-style/articles/803564/summer-beauty-with-epsom-salt
  8. http://www.fitsugar.com/What-Epsom-Salts-2470824