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Re: epsom salts chemical imbalance

Epsom Salts do not cause a chemical imbalance, they can cause dehydration and a flushing of electrolytes. The best way to deal with this is to replace them. Make a rehydrating drink and drink at least a half gallon of it the day after you flush. My version of the drink is 3/4 cup fresh squeezed lemon juice (for potassium and magnesium, plus some sodium), 1/4-1/2 teaspoon of Sea Salt (sodium) and some kind of natural sweetener. Maple syrup, Sucanat or Blackstrap molasses all will sweeten the drink plus add additional minerals. Drink this down. Eating Watermelon when available also helps rehydrate and restore minerals (electrolytes). There is also an excellent product called EmergenC that replaces electrolyes and helps boost energy. I took it before and after flushing on my last flush and had none of the tiredness and weakness I often experience when I fail to rehydrate. Epsom Salt is not the enemy. It not only clears the colon, it also helps relax the bile ducts and makes flushing much easier and more thorough.

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