Magnesium Sulphate is most commonly used in medicine industry as saline laxative and bronchodilator. It is known to have molecular formula MgSO4 with a molar mass of 120.366 g/mol in anhydrous form. This chemical compound also has a role to play in the agricultural industry for increasing sulfur or magnesium content in the soil. It is completely suitable to be used for potatoes, lemon trees, roses, & carrots. Magnesium Sulphate is considered to be the most important compound in beer making as brewing salt. It is odorless in nature with a density of 2.66 g/cm3 and a melting point of 1124 degrees Celsius.