1. I am wondering why you are telling people to use epsom salt for a calcium supplement? It has no calcium in it,only magnesium and sulphur? Not sure if you realize this or not but wanted to give you my input so others don’t use wrong information thankbu for trying to help people

    1. Thank you for bringing this to my attention and I apologize for any confusion my previous comment may have caused. You are correct that Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) is not a good source of calcium as it contains no calcium. Instead, it is a source of magnesium and sulfur. I appreciate your input and value accuracy in the information I provide.

      For a calcium supplement, there are several options such as bone meal, eggshells, gypsum, and foliar sprays of calcium nitrate or calcium chloride. It’s important to choose the appropriate calcium supplement for your specific situation and to follow instructions carefully to ensure the best results.

      Thank you again for bringing this to my attention, and please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any further questions or concerns.

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