Uses of Magnesium Sulphate?


Magnesium sulphate is a chemical compound that is formed by magnesium, sulphur and oxygen. It is commonly referred to as Epsom salt. It is mostly used in the medical field as a saline laxative or osmotic purgative. It is also widely used in treating aches and pains as it comes in gel form.
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Magnesium Sulphate, which is a compound of magnesium and sulphate, is used as fertilizer and is added to magnesium deficient soil to make it fertile. Medical uses of magnesium sulphate include, acts as a laxative when taken orally, it treats severe asthma attacks and it helps delay premature labour in women if administered through the veins.
Magnesium sulphate is used for the treatment of high blood pressure and fits in the later stages of pregnancy. It reduces the electrical excitability of the brain and thereby reduces the chance of fitting.
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To use magnesium sulphate paste, you first need to check the tube for the seal and expiry date to confirm it is good for use. Apply the paste to the affected area ...
To make magnesium sulphate, add little amounts of magnesium carbonates into diluted sulphuric acid. It has a vigorous reaction so you need to be very careful. ...
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