Epsom salts (Food Grade) - Magnesium sulfateUsed for the treatment of hypomagnesaemia, asthma as a bronchodilator (a way to open the airway passages). The Epsom salts can also purify the colon.
In Medicine it is used in many cases such as the treatment of hypomagnesemia, regulating substances for the treatment of cardiac arrest or arrhythmia.
It has been tested as a bronchodilator in severe exacerbations of asthma and is usually given intravenously.
Epson salts may be used for the prevention of preeclampsia in pregnant women to delay symptoms that lead to premature delivery.
Intravenous magnesium sulfate can prevent cerebral palsy in premature infants.
And is often given as first aid for poisoning barium chloride.
Magnesium sulfate - Overdose
Symptoms when administered parenterally: disappearance of the patellar reflex (classic clinical signs of onset of drunkenness), nausea, vomiting, a sudden drop in blood pressure.
Patients with severe renal dysfunction and production of abnormally small amounts of urine, should not take more 20 g magnesium sulfate (81 mmol Mg2 +) during 48 hours
Liver detoxification (see Nutrition section)
intestinal detoxification method based on Epsom salts.
For one week, mix one teaspoon of Epsom salts (magnesium sulphate) with a glass of lukewarm water. Drink the mixture immediately after waking up each morning on a daily basis. This form of enema cleanses throughout the digestive tract, usually within an hour after encourages the gut defecate several times.
Eliminates plaque and food debris from the walls of the colon and any parasites. The stool is going to be diarrheal as there will be waste that must be removed, and acquire more normal shape and texture after clean the whole intestinal tract.
Attention to overdose.
This treatment can be applied twice a year.
Do not take magnesium sulfate as a laxative if you suffer from stomach - pain or nausea, unless your doctor tells you to.