Magnesium Spray 50ml
Magnesium is the MASTER MINERAL for the body.
Magnesium works with over 300 biological processes and over 325 active enzymes. Scientific research shows that to get enough magnesium into our body the most effective way is transdermally (through the skin). We need to use magnesium supplementation daily as the body does not store magnesium so it needs to be replaced daily. It has no side effects, does not interfere with medication.
For better well being use transdermal magnesium daily.
One of the main benefits of Magnesium is in the relief and prevention of cramps and restless legs. Magnesium relaxes the muscles, meaning they will not tighten like with cramps or spasm like with restless legs. When the muscles tighten it is a sign the muscles are very low in Magnesium.
Magnesium also eliminates toxins from the body. Things like additives from processed foods, glyphosates like in Round-Up, and excess metals and neuro-toxins that can be found in the drinking water and many more.
Ninety percent of the western world’s population are deficient in Magnesium, it is not easy to notice the first stages of deficiency. Our daily lives are not conducive to keeping Magnesium abundant. Things like stress, processed food, alcohol, smoking, soft drinks and chemicals etc, can all lead to a deficiency.
With so many Magnesium supplements available which one should we use? Magnesium Chloride will give the best results. The chloride form lingers in the body a lot longer than other types and is easier for the body to metabolize and use. When used in the Transdermal Method (through the skin) it is also easier for the body to absorb and ninety percent or more is absorbed by the body.
Why not just take a capsule or use a powder? Magnesium Tablets and powders get watered down due to stomach acids and digestive enzymes and then get processed through the liver, absorption levels drop to less than 10%. If you overload your stomach with Magnesium it will work like a laxative. When you apply Transdermally you dodge the digestive system and it goes straight to the bloodstream for use by the body.
Magnesium deficiency is hard to notice and hard to test for, the only accurate Magnesium tests are urine and hair follicle tests. Blood tests will not be accurate as, there must be enough Magnesium in the blood, if there wasn’t the heart would stop beating. When the blood level drops the body will pull some from the muscles, bones, organs and anywhere it can find some Magnesium to use. Replacing Magnesium transdermally daily is the only way to maintain healthy Magnesium levels.