Epsom salt affects plants by causing them to produce more flowers and larger yields of produce, according to the National Gardening Association. Epsom salt is typically applied to plants as a foliar spray to allow the pl... More »

One to two cups of Epsom salt per bath is enough for a standard-sized bathtub. Larger bathtubs may require more salt, and smaller tubs may need less. Individuals who haven't previously tried Epsom salt can add a small am... More »

Epsom salt does not help plants grow faster, as indicated by research conducted at Delaware Valley College and at Auburn University. Due to the many variables in the soil, the weather and other conditions, research is on... More »

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Epsom salt in soil helps tomato growth by warding off the growth-sapping magnesium deficiency often found in older tomato plants. Epsom salt adds necessary magnesium to the soil so that the plant doesn't develop problems... More »

Epsom salt can be mixed into soil, mixed with water and sprayed onto plants and soil, or applied with a lawn spreader over plants and grasses. Epsom salt is an organic, affordable gardening supplement that adds minerals ... More »

According to the Epsom Salt Council, Epsom salt is used to relieve sore muscles, help remove splinters and fade bruises. It is also an effective treatment to relieve the pain and discomfort associated with bee stings, mo... More »

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Epsom salt can be dissolved in water and consumed as a laxative. It is important to follow directions on the package to not exceed recommended dosage. More »

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