Magnesium chloride oil is an easy-to-absorb form of magnesium that may be able to raise levels of this nutrient within the body when applied topically to the skin. Our Magnesium Chloride oil is unlike any other oil available on the market in the world. Assay or quality testing for our Magnesium Chloride is 0.62%. It is organic, pure and natural with a very high quality of this natural mineral. This Bischofite mineral comes from the waters of an ancient sea, which are buried under the city of Poltava, Ukraine. These are the world’s oldest, deepest (8,650 ft) and purest Bischofite deposits. They are about 300 million years old. Magnesium is an incredibly important mineral for the body. It has multiple functions and these include - regulating nerve and muscle function supporting healthy pregnancy and lactation maintaining healthy blood sugar levels maintaining optimum blood pressure levels manufacturing and supporting protein, bone, and DNA health There are many ways in which you can benefit from our Magnesium oil. You can rub it into your chest, neck, abdomen and legs for a restful night sleep.
Magnesium plays a role in supporting deep, restorative sleep by maintaining healthy levels of GABA, a neurotransmitter that promotes sleep. ... Low GABA levels in the body can make it difficult to relax. Magnesium also plays a key role in regulating the body's stress-response system and can help if you suffer from anxiety. Clinical experience, as well as research in nerve pain conditions such as pancreatic cancer, has shown that magnesium can be an effective treatment for pain. Although it is clear why magnesium can decrease muscle pain (it makes muscles relax), a new study printed in The Journal of Physiology confirms that magnesium decreases nerve pain as well. Magnesium deficiency has been linked to many conditions, some of which include: arthritis, asthma, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, pre-eclampsia, eclampsia, migraine headaches, Alzheimer’s disease and ADHD (attention deficit, hyper activity disorder.
There are four main reasons most of us are low in magnesium: Poor nutrition Medications that deplete magnesium (such as antibiotics and diuretics) Soil depletion Chronic gut problems (e.g., leaky gut syndrome), which compromise magnesium absorption Unfortunately you can not simply eat to get enough magnesium in your body. We aren’t getting as much in our diets thanks to water filtering and decreased minerals in the soil because of pesticide use and over-farming.
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. Symptoms of magnesium deficiency (not enough magnesium in your body) intake can include muscle cramps, poor sleep, inflammation and chronic pain.
According to some population studies of average magnesium intake, there’s a chance that you’re not. Less than 30% of U.S. adults consume the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of magnesium. And nearly 20% get only half of the magnesium they need daily to remain healthy. Your diet and lifestyle may be making you magnesium deficient. If you drink carbonated beverages or eat refined sugar, which is in almost every packaged food in the supermarket you may be depleting your body of magnesium. Refined sugar does not contain magnesium and it also causes the body to excrete magnesium through the kidneys. Physical and emotional stress can cause magnesium deficiencies. Yes, on a chemical level, stress can increase your risk of a magnesium deficiency. In studies, adrenaline and cortisol, byproducts of the “fight or flight” reaction associated with stress and anxiety, were associated with decreased magnesium.
Yes, you can use 3-5 pumps per limb and you can use it all over your body, staying away from any nicks, scratches or open cuts, as the magnesium oil is salt and will sting open wounds. You can also pour it into a spray bottle and spray it directly on your skin and you can also dilute it with purified water to use as a moisturizing facial toner to hydrate your skin. It is also fine to add a few drops of your favorite essential oils as well.
Yes you do after 20-30 mins giving enough time for full absorption .You should rub our Magnesium oil into your skin and it will absorb quickly.
The simplest definition of Bischofite is that it is a magnesium chloride mineral that is mined from a 300 million year old seabed in Poltava, Ukraine. This is where we mine our Magnesium Oil. Around the world, Bishofite is used in form of compresses to treat joint diseases such as arthritis, rheumatic fever osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, especially in rehabilitation centers in Ukraine, Russia. Bischofite is a hydrous magnesium chloride mineral, a sea salt concentrate dated from the Permian Period. Our Bischofite is ecologically pure natural magnesium poly-mineral with a unique composition.
Simply because it is a 300 Million year old form of Magnesium that is untouched by impurities. Our Magnesium Chloride Oil is made from Permian Aged Minerals from the Poltava Seabed. We mine it from the earth as 99.2% Mineral of Natural Bischofite. It also contains vital trace elements such as bromine, iodine, calcium, potassium, and selenium, just to name a few.
Our Magnesium Oil comes directly from our mines in Poltava, Ukraine and is bottled in the US.
Our Magnesium oil is bioactive and so potent that the glass bottle helps preserve the integrity of the oil.
It feels like a very light oil. Magnesium Oil isn’t really oil, but it has a light oil consistency that absorbs very quickly into the skin.
Actually it is better as a body and face oil, because your skin (an organ) will absorb it faster). Ingesting our Magnesium Oil may cause stomach discomfort and/or loose stools. Most physicians recommend using Magnesium Oil over oral supplements for this reason.
Our Magnesium Oil will soften dry and dehydrated skin. Magnesium is also necessary for the enzymes that manage DNA repair and replication. Without the mineral, the skin may also be subject to a variety of harmful free radical damage and inflammation that would ultimately lead to wrinkling and skin damage. Those with sensitive skin may feel a tingling sensation at first which is perfectly normal.
You don’t have to. If you use our Magnesium Oil every day, you should be getting your daily requirement. If you are only using it occasionally, than you might want to consider an oral supplement or eating more foods that contain magnesium.
There are too many to list, but Suzy Cohen, America’s most trusted pharmacist has created a list of some of the most popular antibiotics, antacids, antiviral agents, blood pressure medications that deplete the body of Magnesium. You can reference it here.
According to the FDA this is the requirement 400-420 mg/day for men and 310-320 mg/day for women, but it all depends on age and weight. Using 10-15 pumps of oil each day, from neck to toes is sufficient.
For optimal benefits you should be using our Magnesium Oil every day post bathing or shower. If you have localized pain or muscle cramping you can also use more in the area that is inflamed.
This mineral does not have any side effects so you can use as much as you can . Bischofite is a natural mineral not a synthetic one . Your body will absorb what it needs.
No it should not. As a matter of fact, if you search the internet there is some proof that Magnesium Oil can help with acne due to stress hormones. This is because Magnesium Oil relaxes the body. Those with more sensitive skin should dilute the oil in purified water.
Some people may find that topical magnesium spray causes a tingling or slightly annoying burning sensation. The concentration of the magnesium chloride in the product can cause a tingle (or itchiness) with some individuals, partly due to the vasodilation of capillaries on the skin (magnesium is a vasodilator).
Magnesium, along with calcium, potassium, chloride, and sodium are all electrolytes, needed for our brain, nerves, heart, eyes, immune system, and muscles to function. Random spasms, cramps, and "charley horses" in your legs and other places in your body aren’t actually random—they are the most common signs of magnesium deficiency. In addition, magnesium supplementation has been shown to ease period cramps and other premenstrual symptoms, so it can be important that women get enough magnesium.
Magnesium calms down the excitatory NMDA receptor. Without it, calcium and glutamate activate NMDA, which can lead to depression and anxiety.
Yes. Magnesium supports a healthy pregnancy in many ways. Studies suggest links to magnesium deficiency with gestational diabetes, preterm labor, preeclampsia, and IUGR (intrauterine growth restriction). The child and the mother both require magnesium, plus there is an estimated 20% loss of magnesium excreted through the kidneys during pregnancy. Therefore, it is important that pregnant women receive adequate magnesium. However, we advise consulting with your physician or caregiver while pregnant.
Our Magnesium Oil is bioavailable and super safe for children under 12. Studies have found that children who took 200 milligrams of magnesium daily over six months had a significant decrease in hyperactivity symptoms compared to children who didn’t take magnesium.
Magnesium helps to regulate cortisol levels, allowing for more balanced hormone production. It can also calm stress levels.
A study published in the revered medical journal Lancet found that out of hundreds of people with chronic fatigue syndrome, half of them were deficient in magnesium, and magnesium injections of 580 mg saw improvements of their symptoms.
It is estimated that half of people in the USA get at least one headache every month, and millions suffer from painful migraines. An estimated 50 % of those are magnesium deficient. Research has found that 60 percent of those with chronic migraines have genetic changes that decrease their body’s ability to metabolize magnesium, which relaxes blood vessels in the brain. Ionized magnesium administered through an IV significantly reduced pain within 15 minutes in more than 80 percent of patients.
Studies have shown that people who supplemented with magnesium were able to lower their blood pressure levels by up to 12 points. Our Magnesium Oil is quickly absorbed into the body and can be rubbed into the skin easily.
One commonality between just about every chronic health problem is inflammation. Magnesium has been shown to decrease CRP and NfKb, two inflammatory blood lab markers.
Yes you can. One of our favorites ways to mix Magnesium Oil is with coconut oil for a lovely scent or anyone of your favorite essential oils.
Yes you can add any essential oil that is safe to apply to the skin. We like lavender for a restful night’s sleep. Remember oils like cinnamon and peppermint are very powerful so be sure to only add a few drops and do a test patch on your forearm first.
If you are using 15-20 pumps a day than an 8 ounce bottle will last about a week and a half; a 16 ounce bottle about three weeks and a 32 ounce bottle about six weeks (or a month and a half.)
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While it is difficult to replenish your magnesium deficiency directly through your diet, one of our favorite Functional Medicine Practioners Dr. William Cole suggests the following foods and quantities - Spinach, 1 cup: 157 mg Swiss chard, 1 cup: 154 mg Dark chocolate, 1 square: 95 mg Pumpkin seeds, ⅛ cup: 92 mg Almonds, 1 ounce: 80 mg Black beans, ½ cup: 60 mg Avocado, 1 medium: 58 mg Salmon, 1 fillet: 53 mg Kefir, 1 cup: 50 mg Figs, ½ cup: 50 mg Banana, 1 medium: 32 mg.
Not yet, but we are planning to in the future. We will update the website when we do, but right now you can order any size of our Magnesium Oil here.
We offer a 100% money back guarantee up until 30 days after your purchase. While we think you will be extremely satisfied with your purchase and the energy you will feel after just a few days of using our Magnesium oil, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (or you can create a support email)