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The Benefits of Transdermal Magnesium Oil Therapy

A Proven Remedy For A Variety of Health Ailments, Including Pain

"Transdermal medicine takes us back to medical basics, back to substances that cannot be patented, and cannot be sold for obscene profit. People who live near the sea where the water is clean and warm (not too many of us) have an advantage over the rest because they have access to free and quite powerful transdermal medical treatments at the sea shore. Hidden in each cubic mile of ocean water is enough healing power to put the pharmaceutical companies out of business. That's right; at the beach you receive the full benefits of the sea with its high concentrations of magnesium in the water and iodine in the air, which is taken up by the lungs." — Mark Sircus Ac., OMD (author of Transdermal Magnesium Therapy) 

Magnesium Oil

Transdermal Magnesium Oil is an incredibly effective and beneficial oil that can be applied to the skin and massaged for pain and stress relief, used in your bath like Epsom salts for therapeutic purposes, or used in a foot bath for magnesium absorption.

Sircus goes on to state that, "Magnesium oil applied transdermally is an ideal magnesium delivery system…. Nothing short of a miracle is to be expected with increases in the cellular levels of magnesium if those levels have been depleted. There is no wonder drug that can claim, in the clear, what magnesium chloride can do. Most people will show dramatic improvements in the state of their health when they replete their magnesium levels in an effective manner."

Chronic pain is a serious problem that a wide variety of people suffer through, some far worse than others. People with degenerative bone and joint issues may be dealing with constant pain to the point where they have to rely on powerful pain killers just to mask the symptoms to function on a daily basis. Pain is a very unwelcomed and uncomfortable problem to have to deal with in life. It's one thing to get an occasional headache or back ache from sleeping wrong. It's quite another when a particular area of your body, or in some cases your entire body, is in excruciating pain from the minute you wake up until the time you go to bed.

In recent years magnesium oil has finally started to get the spotlight attention that it rightfully deserves. A treasure chest of excellent books and articles has been published discussing the benefits of magnesium on a slew of health related issues. Since magnesium is responsible for over 300 biochemical reactions in the body and is critical to survival, it's no surprise to see more attention finally being given to this miracle mineral in a liquid topical application.

Magnesium is crucial for bone health. Magnesium can also help alleviate pain if adequate amounts of the right form are ingested daily, however, topical application using transdermal magnesium oil is a far better way to use magnesium for pain relief. Many people with arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Lupus and other auto-immune disorders that struggle with chronic pain have had great success using magnesium oil. Magnesium oil has become quite popular in recent years in the alternative health field and for good reasons. Magnesium oil has given many people a new lease on life. The applications for magnesium oil are endless.

Magnesium oil can be used for headaches, cramps, injuries, arthritis, back pain, sciatica, inflammation, kidney stones, restless legs, and just about every painful condition imaginable because it treats the exact site of pain or the injury.

Below is a short list of questions and answers that will help educate you further about magnesium oil and how this form of magnesium is a vital natural product that should be at your disposal for regular use or short term uses based on conditional requirements.

What is magnesium oil?

Magnesium oil is a pure source of magnesium chloride. Instead of being a powder, tablet or capsule that is ingested, this form of magnesium comes in a clear liquid that looks identical to water or in a pure white crystallized form that can be used in baths or for foot detox soakings. While it is referred to as oil, there is no oil in it at all. When magnesium chloride is sprayed on the skin it has a slight oily feel to it – hence the reason why it's called magnesium oil. Almost all magnesium chloride is derived from the ocean. The rest comes from places like ancient seabeds in Europe known as the Zechstein Seabed.

Is magnesium oil just for pain or can it be used as a supplement to obtain more magnesium?

Both. The best way to obtain adequate magnesium is through your diet. Since most people are deficient in magnesium the next best way to get magnesium can be through a nutritional supplement, or as we're now learning, through transdermal application of magnesium oil. There are a lot different sources of magnesium on the market. If you're going to take a supplement you want to look for one that is derived from a 100% whole food grown source or is in a liquid angstrom size that is used sublingually. At least 150-200 milligrams of magnesium a day is all that is required to see dramatic results when used in a whole food form like Innate Response manufactures. If you can't find a good whole food version of magnesium or you have a hard time swallowing pills, then use the angstrom magnesium sold by Mother Earth minerals.

Magnesium oil has often been overlooked as a method of supplementing the body with magnesium and this is incorrect. Unlike foods, tablets or capsules, magnesium oil bypasses the stomach and liver and allows a greater percentage of the active ingredient into the bloodstream. Transdermal application of magnesium oil can help avoid potential side effects such as stomach upset or drowsiness. And from what we're seeing, applying magnesium oil directly to areas of pain or injury works phenomenally well.

Is there a reason why people feel so good after swimming in the ocean?

Yes. It has been a known fact that swimming in the ocean makes your body feel terrific. One of the reasons for this is the high concentration of magnesium chloride in the sea water, including the other minerals present. Between the magnesium chloride you get from swimming in the ocean and the higher concentration you get from breathing the air when you're at the beach, your body is literally bathing in a sea of magnesium chloride. The sun, air and ocean in combination are some of the most refreshing therapies you can give your body.

In Israel, the Dead Sea has the highest salt concentration of any body of water on earth. The reason it is called the Dead Sea is because nothing can live in it because of the salt content. Aside from that, the Dead Sea is known around the world for its therapeutic benefits. People come from everywhere to soak in the Dead Sea for healing. Because the salt concentration is so high your body won't sink. You literally float on the water. All sorts of maladies have been positively helped simply from simply soaking in the Dead Sea and magnesium chloride is the main reason why people get these benefits.

How do you use magnesium oil?

There are a variety of ways to use magnesium oil. Here is a brief list but by no means a complete one.

1. To increase magnesium in the body, spray magnesium oil directly to the bottom of your feet and other areas of the body where your skin is thinnest (inner thighs, upper arms, behind the knees, etc.) one or more times daily and gently massage area where applied.

2. For aches and pains magnesium oil can be sprayed directly to affected area and massaged thoroughly. For severe pain issues you can apply a moist heat cloth. Heat brings more circulation to the injured area and helps bring quicker and more effective relief. Re-apply magnesium oil every ½ hour to hour if necessary.

3. For relaxation purposes use 6 or more ounces in warm bath and soak for 15-30 minutes or more.

4. For relaxing foot bath and gentle detoxification purposes use 6 or more ounces in warm water and soak for 30 minutes or more.

Do not spray in eyes or on other sensitive areas of the body. Not for use with infants and children under 3. Some users may experience a slight burning sensation when applied topically at full strength. Dilute 50/50 with pure water if discomfort or irritation occurs on skin.

How often can you use magnesium oil?

Every day indefinitely. Anyone who begins using magnesium oil will quickly learn that it is something that they will not want to be without.

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