You will need
  • - powder of magnesium sulfate;
  • - boiled or settled water.
If you had food poisoning (e.g., domestic, industrial poisons, tainted food, etc.), you need to take in about 20-30 grams of magnesium sulfate. As to swallow such an amount of dry matter is not easy, it's better to prepare aqueous solution. For this 20 to 30 grams of magnesium sulfate pour in a glass, pour a small amount of boiled or settled water and with constant stirring, gradually bring the total solution volume to approximately 100 ml.
With a strong spasm, pain in the region of the gastrointestinal tract (e.g. biliary or intestinal colic), it is recommended to take from 10 to 30 grams of magnesia, dosage is determined depending on the degree of pain. Similarly, pour into a glass a certain number of grams of the substance, and gradually dissolve, bringing the volume to approximately 100 ml.
Analgesic and antispasmodic effects of magnesium sulfate will manifest even faster and stronger, if you warm up the sore spot (e.g., putting a warm heating pad or a bottle with warm water). The same solution should be prepared, if magnesia is used as a laxative. The dosage and frequency of administration determined by the attending physician.
To improve the flow of bile is necessary to prepare a 20-25 percent solution. From 20 to 25 grams of magnesium sulfate dissolved in the water, bringing the volume to approximately 100 ml. Take this solution in small portions (two tablespoons) three times a day. By the doctor the frequency of administration can be increased to four and even five times a day.