Use Bath Salts With Warm Water For Sore Feet
Bath salts are a collection of medical designer drugs with an interesting history. The word bath salt comes from old English phrases where the medicines were disguised as bath salts. The bath salts, white powders, crystals, or rocks most often look like Epsom salts, yet are different chemically. This article will discuss why bath salts are not really salts at all, but instead a designer drug that was made to look and act like one. The other topic we’ll discuss is how you can buy bath salt for your kids.
When these bath salts first became popular as a “recreational” drug, many people purchased them without even knowing the chemical composition. Many assumed that because they closely resembled “real” drugs like cocaine and amphetamines, these were safe. The FDA even approved a bath salt called Epsom Salt as a type of treatment for drug withdrawal symptoms during long-term drug use. In reality bath salts were anything but safe and most often resulted in severe negative side effects. If you or someone you know is thinking of trying this type of drug, please think twice.
Crystal meth is a cathinone drug. It is by far the most common of bath salts and has several side effects. The primary negative side effect of taking large doses of this drug is death from overdose. Not only does the drug give the user a high, it also causes heart palpitations, sweating, confusion, restlessness, insomnia, irritability, and depression. Crystal meth can also be found in chocolate, which is why the white powder is sometimes mistaken for chocolate bars.
Some bath salts contain a synthetic derivative of the essential oil of the peppermint. When you look at the essential oil in a bottle of bath salt, you will see a chemical called methyl chloride. This chemical combination is actually very similar to the chemical composition of cocaine. Because of the similarity, bath salts containing methyl chloride are also known as crystal meth. It should be noted that while bath salts containing this chemical can have a recreational effect, this effect is temporary and dependent upon how the person consumes the bath salt.
In addition to bath salts containing methyl chloride, bath salts containing other synthetic cathinones such as ephedrine and ephedrine have been found to have a similar effect. Ephedrine was used as a medical treatment for asthma, but it can cause death if taken in high doses. Ephedrine has also been found in bite marks from dogs. Both of these drugs are now illegal due to the deaths that occurred from their use. Recently, an herbal solution has been made that mimics some of the properties of these bath salts without any of the negative side effects.
Although bath salts do not fall under the category of controlled substances, it is still important to remember that these are potentially dangerous chemicals. The concentrated nature of bath salts means that a small amount may be present in a larger amount of liquid. This can mean that someone less trained than you could accidentally ingest bath salts that are meant for relaxing. In addition to accidental ingestion, bath salts can be absorbed through your skin. For this reason, the most important thing for anyone to do when buying these products is to make sure that they purchase from reputable companies with a history of clean sales and a reputation for selling quality products.
Unfortunately, the sale of products containing bath salts is just one portion of the problem regarding the misuse and addiction to table salt. Another problem is that most people don’t know what is in table salt, or how harmful the ingredients are. The best way to avoid these potentially dangerous products is to pay attention to the items that you buy for your cooking and baking areas. You’ll find that the majority of salts sold in grocery stores and natural food stores are indeed table salt and contain no bath salts at all.
With this knowledge, you’ll likely be able to avoid most table salt altogether. You will, however, be better informed about which bath salts are good and which to avoid. If you’re going to use bath salts, remember that it is okay to use bath salts in conjunction with warm water for soaking. However, you should use bath salts gradually so that you don’t expose your body to too much of the chemical.