Magnesium has been named by professionals in health, wellness and nutrition as the miracle supplement of our day, and its’ deficiency is becoming an alarming epidemic. For decades, statisticians have demonstrated that the majority of Americans do not get the government’s minimum daily requirement for magnesium. In fact, the latest government study shows a staggering 68% of Americans do not consume the recommended daily intake of magnesium.
Why the Deficiency?
Magnesium deficiency is widespread because many of us have created lifestyles that actively depletes our magnesium levels. This includes a lack of proper sleep, excess stress, and alcohol/caffeine/sugar consumption. On top of that, many natural sources of magnesium are becoming depleted. Our soil contains less magnesium due to over-farming and high pesticide use, so we can’t readily get the magnesium we need from our diets.
Water filtration systems also remove much of the naturally occurring magnesium in water.
Why is Magnesium so Important?
Magnesium is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It helps to maintain normal nerve and muscle function, supports a healthy immune system, keeps the heart beat steady, and helps bones remain strong. It also helps regulate blood glucose levels and aid in the production of energy and protein.
More specifically, our magnesium, Magnesium Chloride is what’s called a ‘magnesium salt’. It’s a compound of the mineral, magnesium, and the essential electrolyte, chloride. Magnesium is used in many different processes across the body. It is essential for our body’s chemical reactions, the production and transport of energy, synthesis of protein, transmission of nerve signals, muscle function, healthy DNA, and more.
Chloride is found in all body fluids, and it is responsible for maintaining pH balance, transmitting nerve impulses and regulating fluid into and out of cells.
Topical vs Oral Supplements of Magnesium Oil
Magnesium chloride, sometimes referred to as “magnesium oil”, is known as a transdermal or topical magnesium. In other words, it is magnesium chloride that is applied to and absorbed by the skin, as opposed to taken orally in pill form.
The simplest way to increase magnesium levels is through the skin. Apply it on after a shower or a bath, let it soak into your skin, and you’re done. It’s quick, easy, and bypasses the digestive system for best absorption.
Now, there are also magnesium supplements that can be taken internally, including magnesium beverages that you can mix, but many people have difficulty absorbing magnesium internally and find topical magnesium a more effective method. Transdermal and topical products are becoming more and more popular. That’s why some medications are now delivered through a skin patch.
As a whole, society has been using minerals like magnesium transdermally for thousands and thousands of years. The Romans and those before them may not have known that minerals could explain their healing baths, but they knew that long soaks in certain waters were beneficial to health.
The Problem with Most Magnesium on the Market, including Other Magnesium Oils
The biggest problem with most magnesium on the market today is that it is contaminated. It is simply not possible to naturally harvest a true pure magnesium oil from today’s bodies of water, due to contamination of heavy metals such as mercury and lead. Rising levels of contaminants in our ocean waters like heavy metals including mercury, lead and arsenic, estrogens from plastics, pesticides, parasites, mold, microbes, and deadly bacteria threaten our most available and soluble form of magnesium: topical magnesium produced from natural magnesium chloride.
Lab Produced, Synthetic Magnesium vs Our Pure Permian Era Bischofite
MCH is chemically produced in a laboratory and is not the same oil as pure magnesium oil, in contrast to the magnesium chloride available from a product like ours, GeoThermal Minerals, which is harvested directly from 100% Mineral of Natural Bischofite.
What difference does it make?
MCH only includes magnesium chloride without the naturally-occurring trace minerals found in magnesium chloride from seawater. There’s reason to believe that these trace minerals in seawater are also beneficial to our health.
The Purest Magnesium Oil on the Planet
GeoThermal Minerals Natural Magnesium Oil is a bioavailable Permian era mineral from the Poltava region of the Ukraine. Poltava Bischofite is the result of crystallization of salts with a watershed age of more than 300 million years that was perfectly preserved in the depths of the earth. Bischofite is an aqueous solution of Magnesium Chloride (MgCl2*6H2O) and approximately 70 other useful trace elements such as Potassium, Calcium, Sodium, Copper, Iron, Silicon, Titanium, Molybdenum, Lithium, Boron, Bromine, Iodine, Selenium etc. This makes Poltava Bischofite a unique and valuable Mineral.
It is a superior, raw and natural product that contains highly concentrated Magnesium Chloride (Assay for Magnesium Chloride 60.2% in laboratory testing) and we are proud to say that we are recognized as the only company in the world that delivers bioavailable Bischofite as a natural mineral in a highly pure form (with concentration of Bischofite of >99.2%, USP and FCC tested and approved) directly from natural deposits.
GeoThermal Minerals extracts pure Magnesium brine from the Poltava region in Ukraine. Bischofite, a hydrous Magnesium chloride mineral, is a sea salt concentrate from the Permian Period (nearly 300 million years ago). Bischofite, an ecologically pure natural Magnesium mineral, contains Magnesium in much higher concentrations than can be found in sea or ocean salt. Our Permian era minerals are highly concentrated with 99.2 percent pure Magnesium.
The Benefits of our Pure Magnesium Oil
There are thousands of studies about how we can all benefit from magnesium. Some of the most important benefits include a calm and restful night’s sleep, smoother, softer skin, less muscle soreness after workouts, balanced blood sugar, lower risk of high blood pressure and a boost to our immune system.
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