|Cas:||10034-99-8||Grade:||Food Grade, Medicine Grade|
|Application:||Food Additive And Fertilizer||Appearance:||White Crystal|
|Solubility:||Soluble In In Water And Acid.||Packaging:||25kgs/bag|
Magnesium Sulphate Food Grade Chemicals
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Solubility: easily soluble in water, slightly soluble in ethanol, glycerin, ether, and insoluble in acetone. 
Stability: Anhydrous magnesium sulfate is easy to absorb water, and magnesium sulfate heptahydrate is easy to dehydration
Toxicity: low toxicity
Toxicological data: mouse subcutaneous: LD50 645 mg/kg (mouse subcutaneous); mouse abdominal cavity: 670-733mg/kg
Irritation: This product may cause stomach pain, vomiting, watery diarrhea, collapse, dyspnea, cyanosis, etc. 
|No.||Test item||Specification||Analysis Results|
|1||Appearance||White crystal||White crystal|
|2||MgSO4.7H2O||99.5% min||99.62 %|
|3||Mg||9.8% min||9.82 %|
|4||Chlorid (Cl)||0.03% max||Conforms|
|7||Heavy metal||0.0008% max||Conforms|
After being dissolved in water, magnesium sulfate can react with light burned powder to form magnesium oxysulfide cement. Magnesium oxysulfide cement has good fire resistance, heat preservation, durability and environmental protection, and is used in many fields such as fire door core panels, exterior wall insulation panels, siliceous modified insulation panels, and fire panels .
(1) Magnesium sulfate can inhibit the central nervous system, relax skeletal muscles, have the effects of sedation, anti-spasm and reduction of intracranial pressure. It is often used to treat convulsions, eclampsia, uremia, tetanus and hypertensive encephalopathy. Most of the 10% magnesium sulfate 10 ml deep intramuscular injection or slowly instilled in a solution diluted with 5% glucose to 2% to 2.5%. However, it should be noted that direct intravenous injection or high-dose intramuscular injection of magnesium sulfate is very dangerous. Generally, 25% magnesium sulfate can be used up to 15 ml each time. Pay attention to observe the patient’s breathing and blood pressure when using it. Sluggish knee reflex is an important sign of adequate magnesium ions.
(2) Magnesium plays an extremely important role in the metabolism of sugar and protein. If children in the growth and development period have indigestion and use vitamin D, magnesium salts should be added.
(3) Magnesium has many physiological functions similar to potassium. Because the clinical manifestations of magnesium deficiency are similar to potassium deficiency, magnesium deficiency is often overlooked. When the symptoms are not improved after potassium supplementation during potassium deficiency, the possibility of magnesium deficiency should be considered first, so that hypomagnesemia can be corrected in time. Therefore, long-term infusion patients should pay attention to magnesium supplementation while supplementing potassium. Adding 1 gram of magnesium sulfate to the daily infusion can prevent the occurrence of hypomagnesemia.
(4) When patients with cardiac insufficiency use digitalis drugs, appropriate supplementation of magnesium salts can be used to prevent low magnesium from aggravating the toxicity of digitalis. Clinically, magnesium salt is often effective in treating tachycardia.
(5) Oral magnesium sulfate is seldom absorbed in the intestine, so there is no such use. But oral magnesium sulfate has a good catharsis function, so magnesium sulfate is also called Epsom salt. After oral magnesium sulfate solution reaches the intestinal cavity, it has a certain osmotic pressure, so that the intestinal water is not absorbed by the intestinal wall. The intestine retains a lot of water, which can mechanically stimulate the peristalsis of the intestine to defecate. Therefore, magnesium sulfate can be used to treat constipation and abnormal fermentation in the intestine; when used in combination with an insect repellent, the intestinal worms can be easily discharged. Dissolve 5-20 grams of magnesium sulfate in 100-400 milliliters of warm water at a time and take it orally once in the morning. The concentration is not easy to be too high, 5% is better, otherwise the bowel movement will be delayed.
(6) Magnesium sulfate can stimulate the duodenal mucosa, reflexively cause the common bile duct sphincter to relax and the gallbladder to contract, thereby promoting the emptying of the gallbladder and benefiting the gallbladder. It can be used to treat cholecystitis and cholelithiasis, 2 to 5 grams each time, 3 times a day, orally before meals or between meals. 50% magnesium sulfate is diluted to 33% (high concentration), 5ml Tid.
(7) Magnesium sulfate can be used for gastrointestinal imaging
(8) Anti-inflammation and swelling The 50% solution of this product is applied to the affected area for external application and has the effect of anti-inflammatory and swelling.
External application of magnesium sulfate powder can reduce swelling, and is used to treat swelling after limb injuries and help improve rough skin.
Magnesium sulfate is easily soluble in water and not absorbed when taken orally. Magnesium ions and sulfate ions in the aqueous solution are not easily absorbed by the intestinal wall, which increases the osmotic pressure in the intestine, and the water in the body fluid moves to the intestinal cavity, which increases the volume of the intestinal cavity. The intestinal wall expands, thereby stimulating the afferent nerve endings in the intestinal wall, reflexively causing increase in bowel motility and catharsis, which acts on all intestinal segments, so the effect is fast and strong. Used as a catharsis agent and duodenal drainage agent.
Magnesium sulfate intravenous injection and intramuscular injection are mainly used for anticonvulsant. It can cause vasodilation and lower blood pressure. Due to the central inhibitory effect of magnesium sulfate, skeletal muscle relaxation and blood pressure reduction, it is mainly used clinically to relieve eclampsia and tetanus. Other convulsions are also used for the treatment of hypertensive crisis. Also used to detoxify barium salt. 
Used in tanning, explosives, fertilizers, papermaking, porcelain, printing dyes, lead-acid batteries and other industries. Magnesium sulfate can be used as a bath salt just like other minerals such as potassium, calcium, amino acid salt and silicate. 
Fertilizer: In agriculture and horticulture, magnesium sulfate is used to improve magnesium-deficient soils (magnesium is a basic element of chlorophyll molecule), most commonly used for potted plants, or magnesium-containing crops, such as potatoes, roses, tomatoes, peppers and marijuana. The advantage of using magnesium sulfate over other magnesium magnesium sulfate soil amendments (such as dolomitic lime) is its high solubility.
Feed: Feed grade magnesium sulfate is used as a magnesium supplement in feed processing. Magnesium is an indispensable factor in the process of bone formation and muscle contraction in livestock and poultry. It is an activator of various enzymes in livestock and poultry. It plays an extremely important role in material metabolism and nerve function in livestock and poultry. If the body of livestock and poultry lacks magnesium, it will cause material metabolism and neurological disorders, supply imbalance, affect the growth and development of livestock and poultry, and even lead to death.