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Member Carenity • Community manager
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Epsom salt is theorized to detoxify the body and ease pains and aches through the body's absorption of magnesium and sulfate, while the warm water helps stimulate blood circulation.

How about you... have you ever tried bathing in warm water with Epsom Salt for soothing pains and aches? Have you had any success with this? How often do you follow this regimen?

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Bathing in warm water with Epsom Salt? Any benefit?
Member Carenity
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I have never tried the Epsom salt, but a parrafin bath or warm bath does at least feel good and helps you feel looser and less "achy" - Maybe if I try the Epsom salt in the future I will come back and let you know my experience.