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Epsom Salts Questions and Answers

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Fri Jan 06, 2017 10:02 am

From the Lucky Mojo catalogue: "EPSOM SALTS and Salt are "crystal salts” used for baths, as floor wash, in laundry water to dress Underwear or Socks, or sprinkled around the yard. Alone, Epsom Salts purify, bless, and cleanse; in combination, they are used for love, money, jinxing, and breaking jinxes."

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Re: Epsom Salts Questions and Answers

Unread post by coastwitch » Sat Sep 15, 2018 8:24 pm

I used to add Epsom Salts to plain water for a foot soak or skin-softening bath, but in the past few years, as I have moved into herbalism, I have learned that some herbs are a little "rough," on the skin, so I experimented with adding Epsom Salts to the bath-teas I make with herbs, and the results are wonderful.

Chamomile and Epsom Salts with a few drops of Healing Oil is one of my favorites.

Another is Ginger, Mint, and Epsom Salts, with a few drops of Protection Oil.

A third great combination is Rosemary, Lavender, Lemon Balm, and Epsom Salts, with a drop or two of Queen Elizabeth Root Oil.

The way i make these herb baths is to put the herbs and Epsom Salts in a Muslin bag, and dip it in extremely hot or just-boiled water until the tea is brewed and the Epsom Salts are all dissolved out of the bag. Then I pull out the bag, and take the "salted tea" off the heat. While the tea is cooling, I turn the bag inside out and rinse the herbs off the cloth and hang it up to dry. By that time the tea has cooled down enough so I can add the drops of condition oil. Then i pour the mixture into my warm bath tub of water, or use it as a foot bath.

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Re: Epsom Salts Questions and Answers

Unread post by Sister Jean » Mon Sep 17, 2018 8:44 am

Hello coastwitch,

This is wonderful work, thank you for sharing!
Thank you saints and spirits!
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