Epsom salt is named after the town of Epsom in England. It is a widely used health and beauty product. Derived from distilled mineral-rich water, this magnesium sulfate compound is well known as a traditional home remedy for treating constipation and colon cleansing. Although Epsom salt can be safely used as a laxative, large doses can pose significant health risks. It’s important to discuss intended use with a physician, especially if you have any ongoing health problems or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
According to Andreas Moritz (German author of many self-help books), one of the methods of intestinal cleansing is using Epsom salts. It is not only cleansing the colon, but also the small intestine. This may become necessary if you have major difficulties absorbing food, repeated kidney/bladder congestion, severe constipation, or are simply unable to have a colonic or coleman.
For three weeks, mix one teaspoon of Epsom salts (magnesium sulfate) with one glass of warm water and drink first thing in the morning. This oral enema flushes your entire digestive tract and colon from to bottom, usually within an hour, prompting you to eliminate several times. It clears out much of the plaque and debris from the walls, along with a parasites that have been living there. Anticipate the stools to be watery for as long there is intestinal waste to be disposed of. Stools adopt a normal shape and consistent once the entire intestinal tract is clean.
This treatment can be done 2-3 times per year. In the beginning, and whenever the intestines release some major pockets of waste and toxins, you can expect gas, bloating and even some cramping. Your tongue may become covered white and be thicker than normal. This indicates increased intestinal cleansing. If you are allergic to Epson salts or just cannot tolerate this product, you may use Magnesium Citrate, Colosan, OxyPowder or similar method of cleansing instead.
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