Cure a hoof abscess in a horse. Just soak the hoof in a bucket containing lukewarm water and a cup or two of Epsom Salt, or place a cup of Epsom Salt in a baby diaper and fasten it onto the horse hoof, securing it with horse bandaging wrap.
Relax you and ease those achy joints and muscles. Put 1 or 2 cups of Epsom Salt into a warm bath, and soak for at least twenty minutes.
As a grout cleaner: put equal amounts of dish soap and Epsom Salt in a bowl, use a rag or an old toothbrush to apply the mixture onto your grout, scrub until clean, and rinse thoroughly.
Help your garden grow. Sprinkling Epsom salt into your soil on occasion, before watering, can increase the magnesium levels in your soil and give your veggies a much-needed boost. Use it specifically for tomatoes.Help remove embedded splinters. Soak a washcloth in warm water and Epsom salts, making a compress to hold onto your splinter, helping to extract it from the skin.