I am  very passionate about the wonders of magnesium. I have been using magnesium daily, consuming rich food high in this mineral, using Epsom salts in baths and using the Magnesium oil every day twice a day for at least 4 years now. It has become one of the main reasons I have been able to overcome my numerous health problems.

For this reason, I can’t keep it just for myself. I want to show you some of its benefits and facts that make Magnesium a very important nutrient in everyone’s health.

The following information has been taken from Dr Axe’s website, a well-known health professional (www.draxe.com)

Magnesium is an abundant element on our planet, magnesium is also present in every organ in the human body. In fact, it’s considered a vital mineral for over 300 biochemical reactions that regulate our health and wellness. Unfortunately, many of us simply don’t get enough magnesium in our bodies to the point that we unknowingly suffer from a magnesium deficiency.

Thankfully, magnesium foods and magnesium oil can help for example with:

  1. Sports Performance and Workout Recovery, it is also a natural muscle relaxant. Applications to sore muscles and joints can also provide pain and ache relief.
  2. Migraine Relief, migraine sufferers have lower levels of intracellular magnesium during acute migraine attacks, according to research. Low levels of magnesium affect a number of related receptors and neurotransmitters that cause migraine headaches.
  3. Skin Care, in studies regarding magnesium oil uses, magnesium is shown to break apart different fats and oils. Therefore, it can aid in reducing skin oiliness and can help reduce stress-related skin irritations, such as acne and rosacea.
  4. Diabetes Regulation, poorly controlled diabetes results in a large excretion of glucose in urine. This, in turn, depletes magnesium levels and has major implications in insulin resistance. Proper magnesium levels are incredibly important in diabetes patients.
  5. Hypertension Control, magnesium supplementation can offer slight decreases in blood pressure in patients suffering from hypertension. There are a number of additional factors that affect blood pressure in these individuals, but studies conclude magnesium supplementation lowers blood pressure.
  6. Stress Relief and General Well-Being, magnesium has long been known for its ability to relieve stress, as it is typically wasted via urine in times of duress. It aids in a number of neurological and physiological processes when the body is under stress, so maintaining sufficient levels helps balance hormones naturally.
  7. Sleep Improvement, magnesium works as a natural muscle relaxer. It helps you sleep because of its ability to relax GABA receptors in the brain and nervous system. This helps promote a “slow down” you need in order to sleep.

Magnesium supplementation has also been shown to provide benefits, such as:

  • Care to prevent seizures for pregnant women with preeclampsia or eclampsia
  • Protection against brain damage in premature infants
  • Help with morning sickness in pregnant women
  • Hormone balancing
  • Reduction of PMS symptoms
  • Help prevent osteoporosis

How to Use Magnesium oil

Once you start using magnesium oil, it’s recommended you continue to do so daily, applying more as you feel comfortable. It can take time to drastically increase magnesium levels, so it’s important to stick with regular applications. Keep track of your well-being and ailments prior to starting your regular applications to see how magnesium affects you and whether you need to change your dosage. Here are ways to use magnesium oil:

  • Spray: Spraying magnesium oil directly on the skin is the most common application of the mineral. It’s best to apply after a shower, when the skin is clear of lotions or other oils. After spraying, magnesium oil should be thoroughly rubbed in and left to absorb for about 30 minutes. Depending on your preference, you can shower or wipe down to eliminate any residue. The first few times applying magnesium oil spray may result in some uncomfortable tingling. This sensation should dissipate the longer you use it.
  • Massage: Massage promotes blood flow and ultimately maximizes the absorption of magnesium oil. Magnesium oil is used by the body primarily in the area of application, so muscle cramps and soreness can be alleviated using massage and magnesium oil as treatment.
  • Sports Rub: Essential oils like wintergreen oil can be added to magnesium oil to create a more potent massage oil for sports massages.
  • Bath: Some users say direct application of magnesium oil can create a tingling or stinging sensation they do not enjoy. Soaking in magnesium chloride diluted in a hot bath can be a great alternative. Using essential oils to add a pleasing scent is also common.
  • Foot Soaks: Similar to a bath, soaking feet or legs in warm water with magnesium chloride can help provide benefits of magnesium oil on feet to specific areas.
  • Deodorant: Mineral salts have been used for many years as a natural odour blocker. Magnesium oil works as a non-toxic deodorant too. Be sure not to apply magnesium oil to freshly shaven skin, as it will cause irritation.

Magnesium deficiency has a number of negative effects. It is linked to:

  • Hypertension and cardiovascular disease
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Metabolic syndrome
  • Stroke
  • Osteoporosis
  • Decreased insulin sensitivity
  • Asthma
  • Migraines and headaches
  • Inflammation
  • Issues with the inner lining of blood vessels (endothelial dysfunction)
  • Impairment of exercise performance
  • Gastrointestinal issues

 

Magnesium oil is not actually an oil at all. The name originated because of the oily texture when magnesium chloride flakes are mixed with water. There are many forms of the oil available for purchase online that feature various dosages and added minerals, but it’s also very easy to make at home, our NaturBalance by Claudia Magnesium oil – body spray – is actually home-made, I hope you feel its benefits, you can get your 100 ml bottle here

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