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Health benefits
of magnesium

Why Magnesium?

The body’s Magnesium levels must be replenished daily. Magnesium, also known as the Master Mineral, is considered by many to be the most critical mineral in the human anatomy. It is involved in over 15,000 cellular functions and 300 enzyme interactions, yet its presence is lacking in today’s typical diet due to mass farming and highly processed foods. 

When Magnesium levels are low, the body can suffer many detrimental health issues, such as: accelerated skin aging, diabetes, anxiety, depression, kidney stones, muscle weakness and fatigue, insomnia, heart disease, and many other mental and physical problems.

Daily application of Magnesium oil:

• Helps keep the body’s cells healthy 
• Improves cell function and protects cells from damage
• Maintains a healthy immune system 

Long-term clinical studies of the effects of Magnesium have shown that individuals with cardiovascular and neuromuscular issues, as well as other systemic problems, may benefit from continual Magnesium use.

What is Magnesium Oil?

Despite its name, Magnesium oil is not actually an oil at all. Magnesium oil, which is highly concentrated Magnesium Chloride mixed with water, has been used as a home remedy for a number of daily ailments. Most notably, Magnesium is credited with decreasing stress, sustaining a sense of well-being, and improving sleep. Studies have also shown that Magnesium can boost performance levels, improve skin quality, and even help hypertension and diabetes.

We know now how beneficial transdermal therapies can be in healing and wellness. In this case, transdermal application of Magnesium helps prevent side effects and can work more quickly and effectively. It has been found that Magnesium, despite being available in many dietary sources, is not best absorbed orally. Magnesium taken orally is affected by a number of elements in your gut and can also act as a laxative. This reduces the amount of time the mineral can be absorbed in the body.

The best way to regularly increase levels is using Magnesium in a transdermal fashion. Some health experts have begun calling topical Magnesium application, transdermal Magnesium therapy.

In one Magnesium study, patients using transdermal Magnesium therapy saw increases in their cellular Magnesium levels after 12 weeks of using Magnesium sprays and soaks. The average increase over 12 weeks was 25.2 percent, which is pretty impressive.

The recommended dietary allowance of Magnesium is about 300 milligrams daily, but the Office of Dietary Supplements recommends optimum levels are 400–420 milligrams for men and 310–320 milligrams for women daily. Our current diets provide, on average, less than 250 milligrams per day. Using Magnesium oil transdermally to supplement this deficiency is the easiest and most effective way to get enough of the mineral you need.

Possible Benefits of Magnesium

  • Reduce or eliminate pain

  • Aid sleep

  • Protect cells

  • Healthier bones

  • Muscle relaxation

  • Reduce or eliminate muscle spasms, cramps, and fatigue

  • Regulate and relax nerves

  • Regulate muscle tone

  • Maintain a healthy heart

  • Metabolize proteins, carbohydrates, and fats

  • Gene function

  • Activates cellular enzymatic activity

  • Detoxifies the body

  • Boost energy

  • Boost mood

  • Healthy skin

  • Speed up healing time for injuries

  • Boost immune system

  • Balance hormones

  • Reduce or eliminate migraines and headaches

  • Increase memory

  • Thin blood or reduce blood pressure

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