With all the benefits of taking epsom salt baths do you think taking them in city tap water is safe? I live in San Francisco where people praise about how clean our public water system is, but it still has flouride, chlorine, etc. Is it still... (more)
I don't have a tub, nor the patience to fuss with filling large plastic container with water and many cups of Epsom salts. I was thinking that taking a nice long hot shower would be relaxing. I could multi-task: shave, brush teeth, and soak... (more)
Epsom salt baths have been shown to increase sulfate and magnesium levels, and as Paul Jaminet says : In the book (Step Three) we explain why nearly everyone is deficient in micronutrients. The problems are most severe for minerals: water... (more)
That's pretty cool, or you could just pop them. I used to be scared of supplements too. A bit of potassium iodine, magnesium, chromium and selenium spread out throughout the day isn't going to do anything bad, especially mixed with food. As long... (more)
I've realized that my mouth tastes salty about 5 minutes soaking in a Mg bath. Does anyone else experience this? Could it be an issue w/r/t too much Mg?
Is it simply the repletion of magnesium via transdermal absorption, or is there another mechanism at play? I ask this because a single epsom salt bath felt significantly more effective than my oral magnesium supplementation at relieving stress. (more)