How to Use Transdermal Magnesium

How to Use Transdermal Magnesium

Can I use it more than once per day?

Certainly. For example, you can take a few body sprays in the A.M. and when you get home in the P.M. you can repeat or soak your feet in a magnesium foot soak. This is particularly useful and encouraged if you’re not feeling 100%.

What is the benefit of the transdermal magnesium application over oral magnesium supplementation?

Magnesium supplements taken orally are often poorly absorbed and when taken in larger doses may cause diarrhoea. Transdermal application where Magnesium Life Magnesium Oil is applied topically to the skin bypasses the digestive system and raises levels effectively.

Is magnesium “oil” actually an oil?

No. Magnesium “oil” is a coiner term for a highly saturated solution of magnesium chloride in water along with other trace elements, which happens to present itself in an oil-like texture due to its hygroscopic nature (attracts water molecules).

Can I use magnesium oil as a massage oil?

Absolutely! In fact, the use of magnesium oil in massages melts away knots and painful areas much more effectively than massage alone. Not to mention the added benefit of increasing the absorption of the magnesium through the skin. If your massage therapist has not yet discovered the many wonders of Magnesium Life Magnesium Oil, take some along for them to try. They’ll thank you for it.

Are there any contraindications?

Those people with sever renal (kidney) insufficiency (failure) or very low blood pressure should seek the advice of their health care professional first. Otherwise transdermal application of magnesium oil is completely safe and once can not overdose.

Will I experience any detox symptoms?

You may initially, but this is quite normal, as it is a sign that your body is eliminating unwanted toxins from the body. A magnesium foot soak is helpful during this process as it not only is soothing and gentle, but it assists with the body’s absorption of this essential mineral.

What is the difference between types of magnesium chloride oil?

Magnesium Life Magnesium Chloride Oil is derived from a 250 million year old ancient seabed, deep in the interior of the earth. It is regarded as the purest and highest grade and quality magnesium chloride oil and bath flakes in the world and is clear and odourless. This is especially good for the body, hair, face and mouth. Magnesium Chloride farmed from the ocean or inland waters can contain heavy metals, particularly mercury and lead.

Why haven’t I heard about the benefits of transdermally applied Magnesium Chloride before?

A good question for your health care professional. Transdermal Magnesium Chloride application is more common overseas. There are a number of books written by medical doctors outlining the many health benefits. Particularly as many people can not take magnesium orally in the amounts required to re-balance the body’s requirements. The skin is our largest organ and through transdermal application the magnesium bypasses the sensitive digestive tract allowing larger doses to be safely, quickly and more easily absorbed.

Where can I read more about the benefits of Magnesium Chloride?

We highly recommend the following books, which are also available in our shop. 1. Transdermal Magnesium Therapy by Dr. Mark Sircus, Ac, O.M.D.”Magnesium deficiency has been scientifically identified as a critical factor in the onset of a wide variety of diseases, from heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, inflammation and stroke, to Alzheimer’s, autism, cancer and many more”. 2. The Magnesium Miracle by Dr. Carolyn Dean, M.D., N.D. “Discover the missing link to total health. Lower the risk of heart disease, prevent stroke and obesity, treat diabetes, improve mood and memory, alleviate muscle pain, insomnia and help prevent a host of serious illnesses such as depression”. 3. The Magnesium Factor by Dr. Mildred S. Seeling, M.D., M.P.H. Master, American College of Nutrition”How on simple nutrient can prevent, treat and reverse high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and other chronic conditions”.