Thanks for checking out my video. Is Epsom salts good for thrush? Epsom salts is also called magnesium sulfate. In fact, it’s a very common preparation used by a lot of people, particularly for things like detox baths or to sooth aching muscles. It can also be used as a dietary supplement to increase magnesium in the body, although it’s not really as good as other forms of magnesium like gluconate or citrate, for example, or magnesium taurate. Mainly because it can disassociate easing the bowel and cause loose bowel motions or even diarrhea with many people. But for thrush, it’s not really affective.
I don’t think it’s something really you’re going to get a lot of benefit from. You could use it as a detox bath. Epsom salts is also commonly used in flotation tanks. People have got a lot of Epsom salts in there with a small amount of water on top, which allows you to float on top of the water.
Why don’t you try boric acid for thrush? Boric acid is a much more effective product to use than magnesium sulfate. Boric acid, you can read more about boric acid at yeastinfection.org. Also you can do my yeast infection quiz through yeastinfection.org to see what the severity of your thrush is like. Just click on the female tab and go through the different screens to give you an idea if you’ve got mild, moderate or severe thrush. It’ll give you some good indication.
Tea tree oil for thrush, boric acid for thrush, check out my two-stage kill and build protocol for vaginal thrush, which is over 95 percent effective in eradicating and yes even curing, I’ll use the cure word, in curing vaginal thrush. It’s super effective. Make sure you check that out.
Epsom salts for thrush is not really a good idea. I wouldn’t really recommend that you do that internally at all. Thanks for tuning in.