Harris Hart & Co Limited

Gregge Street Works
Heywood
Lancashire
OL10 2EJ

Tel No: 01706 625 355
E-mail: info@epsom-salts.com


Using Epsom from HARRISHART

Epsom Salt for Roses:

Would you like huge, healthy roses? It's simple -

* 1 Tablespoon of Epsom Salt about 2 inches from the base of the roses.

Fresh Green Peas with Epsom Salts Epsom Assisted Cucumber

Non-Flowering Houseplant Fertilizer:

* 1 teaspoon baking soda

* 1 tablespoon Epsom salts

* 1/2 tsp saltpetre

* 1 gallon of water

* Use once a month

Lawn with Epsom

Lawn Feeding:

* 2 cups Epsom salts

* 3 tablespoons baking powder

* To use with a hose sprayer, mix with enough water to equal 1 quart total volume and pour into the sprayer container.

* Covers around 1,500 sq ft

Red Toms with Epsom Autumn Vegetables & Epsom

Tomatoes:

* Epsom Salt (teaspoon) around tomato plants to green up the foliage.

 

Epsom salt baths:

* Use around one to two cups per bath; you can start with a little as a tablespoon.

* Dissolve the salts in hot water first and then fill the bath to a comfortable level and as hot as you can manage.

* Vary water temperature and amount of Epsom salts until you find a ‘blend' that's suits you.

* Epsom salts baths are very calming for most people and most effective just before going to bed.

* A 20 to 25 minute soak will generally suit.

* If a dry clear-white powder develops just rinse it off it is annoying or irritating.

* If your skin is too dry, use moisturiser.

* Swallowing the water will almost certainly result in a ‘runny tummy!!'

Footbath:

* One cup to a bowl of water

* Soak feet for around 30 minutes