Epsom Salt is magnesium sulphate in its heptahydrate form (MgSO4.7H2O) & is named after a bitter saline spring in the town of Epsom in Surry, England where the salt was once produced.
Magnesium Sulphate has a variety of uses, however in this form “Epsom Salt” is
most commonly used as a bath salt, to soothe aching sore muscles or
just as a relaxing bath salt.
This epsom salt has exceptional purity and will dissolve well in water.