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 feet in a solution of water and Epsom salt:
My plan: dissolve a cup full of Epsom salts in some water (in a plastic bag). Then insert my foot in it, then using a rubber band to prevent additional water from entering the bag and further dissolving the salt water, or allowing the solution to escape.
Has anyone here ever done that?
Any tips, thoughts?
How 'bout 1 cup Epsom salts per bagged foot? (That might be more concentrated than the suggested dose. Any harm in that)?
It appears that I developed tendonitis in might right foot (so says my doc). However, I was having crazy intermittent cramping in my hands, and briefly in my other foot, so I think it's more systemic than an over-use injury to one foot.
I'm not sure yet if it was maybe from mineral issues or food sensitives. Nonetheless, I'm 2 days into a super strict paleo/elimination diet. Today, I only ate 350mg of magnesium from food, so I figured I might get some valuable magnesium, and it might relax my feet.