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does epsom salt become ineffective after a while (expire)?
  • does epsom salt become ineffective after a while (expire)?   geek0   11y  8,750  
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    Date: 9/10/2004 8:46:17 AM   ( 11y ago )   Hits:   8750
    I have some Epsom Salt from a few years ago when I was piercing happy. It's been sitting in my bathroom all that time. I was wondering whether it was OK to use it for a liver flush. I would just go get more from the store but I got in an accident and my car is destroyed, so no transportation today. I may be able to go tomorrow but I wanted to do the flush tonight so that I'm OK to work on Monday.
     
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