For period pains/cramps *healthy teeth *calcium absorption *hair loss *balance blood pressure *lift depression *mood swings *weak nails *weak bones *eye tics *muscle pain *exercise recovery *restless leg syndrome *digestion issues.
Magnesium is an absolutely essential mineral for health.
Consider Dr. Norman Shealy’s statements, “Every known illness is associated with a magnesium deficiency” and that, “magnesium is the most critical mineral required for electrical stability of every cell in the body. A magnesium deficiency may be responsible for more diseases than any other nutrient.”
Further Benefits: Magnesium is really ESSENTIAL to help prevent a number of unpleasant ailments and also for *decreasing stress, *sustaining a sense of well-being and *improving sleep. Lately, studies have shown that magnesium can also *boost performance levels, *improve skin quality, and even help with *hypertension and *diabetes
This product is an easy-peasy spray-on for after bath or shower, especially stomach, thighs, upper arms. There is no risk of over-dosing. Add to the scalp to help prevent hair loss and relieve dandruff
Recommended 20-30 sprays per day
How to use: It’s recommended that once your start using magnesium oil that you continue to do so daily, applying more as you feel comfortable. It can take time to drastically increase magnesium levels, so it’s important to stick with regular applications. Keep track of your well-being and ailments prior to starting your regular applications to see how magnesium is affecting you and whether you need to change your dosage.
Spray: Spraying magnesium oil directly on the skin is the most common application of the mineral. It’s best to apply after a shower when the skin is clear of lotions or other oils. After spraying, magnesium oil should be thoroughly rubbed in and left to absorb for about 30 minutes. Depending on your preference, you can shower or wipe down to eliminate any residue.
The first few times applying magnesium spray may result in some slightly uncomfortable tingling. This sensation should dissipate the more it is used.
Massage: Massage promotes blood flow and will ultimately maximize the absorption of magnesium oil. Magnesium oil is used by the body primarily in the area of application, so muscle cramps and soreness can be alleviated using massage and magnesium oil as a treatment.
Sports Rub: Essential oils like wintergreen oil can be added to magnesium oil to create a more potent massage oil for sports massages.
Bath: Some users say the direct application of magnesium oil can create a tingling or stinging sensation they do not enjoy, so soaking in magnesium chloride diluted in a hot bath can be a great alternative. Using essential oils to add a pleasing scent is also recommended.
Foot Soaks: Similar to a bath, soaking feet or legs in warm water with magnesium chloride can help provide benefits to specific areas.
Deodorant: Mineral salts have been used for many years as a natural odour blocker. Magnesium oil will work as a non-toxic deodorant too. Be sure not to apply magnesium oil to freshly-shaven skin, as it will cause irritation.
An abundant element on our planet, magnesium is also present in every organ in the human body. In fact, it’s considered a vital mineral for over 300 biochemical reactions that regulate our health and wellness. But unfortunately, most of us simply don’t get enough magnesium in our bodies to the point that we unknowingly suffer from a magnesium deficiency.
Some health experts have begun calling topical magnesium application Transdermal Magnesium Therapy (TMT).
Interesting information can be viewed at this link: https://www.newstarget.com/2017-07-20-magnesium-treats-depression-better-than-antidepressant-drugs-science.html
It’s important to note that magnesium is key to calcium absorption.
These two work in a very special relationship with each other in the body, for if you have a calcium deficiency or imbalance, then you also may have a magnesium deficiency. Often, a magnesium deficiency can be a precursor to later calcium issues, because of this effect on calcium uptake! This relationship is why calcium food sources are the most effective when eaten with magnesium-rich foods.
Magnesium works as a natural muscle relaxant, which is why many people swear by it to help with sleep issues. Magnesium helps you sleep because of its ability mineral to relax GABA receptors in the brain and nervous system, which helps promote a “slow down” you need in order to sleep.
Magnesium supplementation has also been shown to provide benefits, such as:
Potential Magnesium Oil Side Effects
For certain people with existing maladies or sensitivities, they may experience magnesium oil side effects. For example, individuals with low blood pressure should use magnesium oil cautiously. Start with a small amount and short absorption time. Hypotension can be affected easily by salt intake, change in diet and medication, as well as supplements, so it is important to be cautious.
If you are taking an anti-anxiety medication, magnesium supplements may overcorrect your hyperactive nervous system. If it seems like you are becoming too relaxed when combining magnesium and anti-anxiety medication, it’s best to eliminate the magnesium.
Individuals with sensitive skin should test a very diluted form of magnesium oil on their skin before applying all over the body. This can be done by adding more water to the solution. The usual tingling user’s experience could be made worse and irritate skin for those who have existing skin sensitivity and issues.
Individuals with renal impairment and limited kidney function should also be cautious and consult their physician before starting supplementation of magnesium. Any prescription drugs should be cross-checked to ensure there is not an adverse reaction when taken with magnesium.
This product is not recommended to cure or prevent any health condition.