Magnesium oil is an alternative to pills and can be use for magnesium deficiency.
What is magnesium oil?
Magnesium oil can be bought in the store or prepared yourself. This product is nothing more than magnesium chloride (hexahydrate) flakes, which is dissolved in water before application.
My favorite magnesium flakes are from Ancient Minerals, very high quality, pure magnesium from the Ancient Zechstein seabed in The Netherlands.
Ancient Minerals delivers the fastest, most potent therapeutic benefits and is tested free of any toxic contaminant.
Magnesium chloride flakes are not the same thing as Epsom salts (magnesium sulfate). They both contain a high level of magnesium but magnesium chloride flakes are more easily absorbed by our bodies. In order to make Magnesium Oil you’ll need magnesium chloride flakes.
Visible symptoms of magnesium deficiency are:
anxiety, irritability. psychomotor instability. problems with concentration, problems with sleep, decrease in immunity, leg pains and cramps.
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How to make magnesium oil?
It is very simple. To prepare it you will need 2 ingredients:
1/2 cup of magnesium chloride flakes
1/2 cup of warm filtered water
10 drops of lavender oil (optional)
Method of preparation:
Pour magnesium chloride flakes into a jar, than pour warm water and stir with a wooden spoon until the magnesium chloride is completely dissolved. You can add lavender oil, but give the magnesium oil the chance to cool down completely before adding the essential oil. Pour into a spray bottle and you have lavender magnesium oil ready.
How to use it:
Rub it on your and your children feet every day before bed. Magnesium is perfectly absorbed just through the skin, and the lavender will provide a peaceful soothing sleep.
Magnesium oil can also be applied to the whole body. Just massage or spray it into any part of the body and wait a few minutes for it to dry. Apply daily and you will ensure long-lasting results.
You might feel a tingling sensation the first times you are using it, even maybe some itching, but that’s perfectly normal, it’s your body telling you that you have a low level of magnesium and that is now getting used to it.
If you have sensitive skin, magnesium oil may cause a burning sensation for a while. In this case, it is best to dilute it to an acceptable level.
Magnesium oil, in fact, has nothing to do with oil. It is not real oil, but the sensation is as if you were lubricating your skin with oil.
This solution is quite concentrated, you don’t want it near your eyes or your face area.
Don’t use magnesium oil on open wounds or if you have any severe skin conditions or kidney disorders. Check with your doctor first if you have any concerns.
The benefits of using it:
– supports general health
– reduces muscle spasms, including menstrual cramps
– improves sleep, as magnesium has a calming and soothing effect
– helpful in relieving PMS symptoms including bloating
– helpful for headaches, migraines
– magnesium is a key element of hormonal balance in the body
– reduces tension, improves mood, helpful with depression and anxiety
– better absorption of calcium
– excellent antidote for muscle pain, joint pain, bone pain, swelling and bruises
– use for soreness after intense exercise
Magnesium oil is an alternative to pills for magnesium deficiency
Because it is directly absorbed through the skin (our largest organ), it bypasses the digestive system and goes directly into our cells.
As a result, magnesium can be absorbed faster by the body and there are no unpleasant side effects, such as diarrhea.
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