Bath salt has long been considered an inexpensive and easy way to treat many physical and mental health problems. Salt is a great natural pain reliever, particularly for the muscles and joints, as well as a great natural stress reliever. Most bath salts are made from sodium sulfate (Sea salt or Epsom salt) and are either diluted with warm water or used straight out of the bottle. Bath salt, which is commonly composed of sea salt or magnesium sulfate, is usually easy to dissolve in hot water and applied for almost anything from pain relief to colds and coughs.

If you're looking for ways to lower your blood pressure, try using bath salts as a natural alternative. It can also help soothe and calm aching muscles, joints and other parts of your body, such as the feet and ears. You may also find that it helps reduce the symptoms of arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, and it even treats coughs.

But bath salt isn't the only way to get a quick relief from aches, pains or other symptoms. If you're looking to treat a more serious problem, such as heartburn, taking antacids alone won't do much good. Antacids work by neutralizing the acid in your stomach that causes your discomfort, but they do nothing to change the chemicals in your stomach that produce the acids.

Taking prescription medicines will do nothing to help. These medications only address the symptoms, not the root causes. If you don't know why you're having heartburn, it's likely you're suffering from a digestive problem that's actually causing it.

By combining bath salt with an antacid that helps neutralize stomach acid, you can get fast relief from symptoms without risking potentially serious illness. Some antacids, like Zantac, act as laxatives, meaning they force your intestines to move more quickly through waste products. This leads to faster digestion and a faster flow of urine which helps flush out excess stomach acid.

You should avoid antacid if you've recently had surgery because it may aggravate your surgical wound or irritated the site of the procedure, or if you're pregnant, as it may disrupt the normal production of mucus and stool.

You can also find a variety of other remedies for problems other than pain relief in any diet pill or over-the-counter medication. For example, there are dietary supplements available that combine ingredients that help strengthen the immune system, such as green tea extract and magnesium chloride.

If you're looking for a good healthy immune system and overall well being, consider a daily supplement that contains zinc, vitamin C, vitamin E, and antioxidants. Zinc works especially well when combined with vitamin E-rich foods, such as carrots, strawberries, cranberries, blackberries, and oranges. Also look for supplements that contain gluten, which is a powerful antioxidant that works as both a natural preservative and a lightening agent that protects the cells in the eyes.

There are a number of natural cures for a wide variety of other problems, too. For example, taking a natural product called Echinacea will not only relieve symptoms of colds and flu, but it'll also help prevent future outbreaks. It's been used successfully for centuries to reduce inflammation and has also shown promise against colds and flu, eczema, headaches and arthritis.

Many natural remedies have additional benefits. For example, taking an eye cream containing the natural ingredient, Eyeliss, can help to make the delicate lining of your eyes stronger. So if you're experiencing dry eyes, using a natural eye gel can give you clearer vision.

Another great way to use bath salt for pain relief is to add it to some of your favorite recipes and use it as a cooking aid. You can mix up a cup of warm water and add a teaspoon of sea salt to a bottle of olive oil and mix it in with your cooking.

Add a pinch of salt to half a cup of olive oil and simmer the mixture for ten minutes, then add one tablespoon of lemon juice and mix this until it is clear. Clear out any excess liquid by straining and serving.