Epsom Salt Soak

  • I found this online and apparently it doesn't stop clicking in toes/feet, but relaxes the muscles and tendons in that area.
    Does anyone have any experience with Epson salt soaks, any advice would be appreiciated 8)

  • And where you get one from?

  • Epsom salt is sold in nearly every store in large bags and it's cheap. It would probably be near the first aid supplies. I've soaked bruised and strained muscles. I don't know if it actually makes a difference, but it seems like it helps.

  • Yes..Epsom Salts are a common ingredient in bath salts mixed in with sea salt sometimes and it is a GREAT way to have a relaxing bath!

  • I'm guessing then that if you have any cuts, it will sting a lot.

  • hmm, thanks guys.

  • I still want to know more.

  • yeah.. please message me if this works for anyone!

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    Interesting. Combined with a hot tub bath this might do wonders. Anyone tried this yet?

  • I've soaked in an epsom salt bath before for some sore muscles in my legs. It helped the soreness and felt nice. Once I drank water mixed with epsom salt as a laxative. That worked really well. It tastes nasty though. It's very cheap and is usually found near the home enema kits.

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