Most of us are deficient in magnesium, soaking in a bath soak with Epsom and Sea Salt, which is high in magnesium, is one of the easiest ways to get a boost. Magnesium is the second most abundant element in our bodies and is used in regulating over 300 enzymes and reactions in the body. Our magnesium
levels have dropped by half in the last century due to changes in agriculture and diet. Industrial farming has depleted magnesium from soil and the typical American diet contains much less magnesium than that of our forefathers. We need calcium to absorb magnesium. Yet’ it’s a delicate balance because the two minerals compete for resources within our body. If you eat too much calcium, you actually hinder your absorption of magnesium.
Magnesium and Sulfates play an important role in the formation of brain tissue, joint proteins and the proteins that line the walls of the digestive tract. They stimulate the pancreas to generate digestive enzymes and are thought to help detoxify the body of medicines and environmental contaminants. Some of the benefits of Magnesium are listed below
Magnesium is not easily absorbed through the digestive tract which is why you don't see a push for magnesium supplements. However the skin is the body’s largest organ, and as such, has an amazing ability to absorb, filter toxins, and deliver nutrients to the body. It is also a visible sign of the health of the body as a whole. So taking an Epsom or Sea Salt bath is a great way to replenish our body of magnesium and sulphates.
Oatmeal Bath Soak: This calms irritated skin, poison ivy, dermatitis, high blood pressure, and stress. Sometimes I make a simple oatmeal soak with goats milk, Epsom salt with clove and orange essential oils.
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