Jan 05,2023

The Japanese customer sold bath salts from major supermarkets and Amazon. After knowing the customer's demand, we communicated the price as soon as possible and immediately arranged to send the bath salts sample to him.At first, the customer felt that the lavender fragrance did not meet his requirements. In order to select the fragrance that the customer liked as soon as possible, we arranged the second sample. We sent the flavor from different manufacturers to the customer for selection.Finally, the customer selected three flavors he liked and ordered 1,000 bags for each flavor. We can meet the requirements of different customers, welcome to send inquiry.

What Is Epsom Salt?
Epsom salt is also known as magnesium sulfate. It’s a chemical compound made up of magnesium, sulfur, and oxygen.
It gets its name from the town of Epsom in Surrey, England, where it was originally discovered.
Despite its name, Epsom salt is a completely different compound than table salt. It was most likely termed “salt” because of its chemical structure.
It has an appearance similar to table salt and is often dissolved in baths, which is why you may also know it as “bath salt.” While it looks similar to table salt, its taste is distinctly different. Epsom salt is quite bitter and unpalatable.
Some people still consume it by dissolving the salt in water and drinking it. However, due to its taste, you probably don’t want to add it to food.
For hundreds of years, this salt has been used to treat ailments, such as constipation, insomnia, and fibromyalgia. Unfortunately, its effects on these conditions are not well researched.

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