Magnesium is one of the basic, most natural substances on earth. Our body requires magnesium for proper function. Over 300 enzyme functions dependent on magnesium, it is clear that maintaining a good, healthy level of magnesium is important to maintaining our physical and mental status.
Studies show that magnesium can be introduced into the body topically or transdermally, which means applying a magnesium gel or oil directly to the skin.
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“Magnesium protects cells from aluminum,
mercury, lead, cadmium, beryllium and nickel.”
“There is drastic change in ionic flux from the outer
and inner cell membranes both in the impaired
membranes of cancer, and in Mg deficiency”
“Over 300 different enzymes systems rely upon magnesium to facilitate their catalytic action, including ATP metabolism, creatine-kinase activation, adenylate-cyclase, and sodium-potassium-ATPase.”
"Magnesium has an effect on a variety of cell membranes
through a process involving calcium channels and ion transport mechanisms."
"Magnesium is responsible for the maintenance
of the trans-membrane gradients of sodium and potassium."
"Magnesium chloride, when applied directly
to the skin, is transdermally absorbed and has an
almost immediate effect on chronic and acute pain."
Pure USP grade magnesium chloride (MgCl2) 12 ounce
Directions for Use:
It is recommended to apply after a shower or bath. Apply onto your skin, massage and leave. Or add some to your daily bath for a soak of at least 20 minutes. Let dry and do not rinse it off. If irritation occurs when applied on your skin, dilute 50% with Prill Water.
For healing and maintaining oral health, apply to your tooth brush, teeth, gums and under your tongue. Even discoloration of teeth can fade. It is effective with abscesses.
Magnesium Oil can be taken internally. As a salt substitute it can be sprayed onto foods. A little amount mixed in fruit juice takes away the sour taste.
Restore Vital Magnesium and Trace Sea Minerals
- Improve the overall appearance of your skin
- Help chelate toxins from your body
- Relax sore and aching muscles
- Leaves skin soft, supple and hydrated
Magnesium oil can help alleviate joint pain & stiffness.
And it's also an excellent treatment for skin conditions such as psoriasis and resistant skin rashes.
Soften and smooth wrinkled skin, fade age spots and nourish sun damaged skin. Used as a massage oil in physiotherapy and chiropractic applications.
And it's also a wonderful food enhancer and a magical dental spray.
Spray on any area of concern as often as desired, to enhance your vitality and reverse the effects of aging, by stimulating regeneration.
Pure USP grade magnesium chloride (MgCl2) and seaweed extract 12 ounce
Transderma Magnesium Gel leaves your skin soft, supple & hydrated, and your hair silky. Magnesium Gel will enhance any skin care product, for women and men. Simply add Magnesium Gel to your moisturizing lotion & cream, massage oil, shampoo, conditioner, shaving gel or lubricant.
The added seaweed extract provides trace minerals from the sea, and is an excellent chelator for pulling radioactive toxins (such as iodine-131) from your body.
Directions for Use:
Apply Magnesium Gel (full strength) to your skin and hair, to restore lost minerals due to aging.
Mix 1 part shampoo with 1 part Magnesium Gel and lather as usual.
Before styling, you can apply Magnesium Gel full strength to your hair, for added control and a natural appearance.
After bathing or showering, apply to your skin (anywhere), then let dry. Later you can rinse it off any excess, our body will have absorbed the magnesium it needs.
Massage Magnesium Gel into your skin (anywhere) to relieve stress & tension. You can blend your Magnesium Gel and Magnesium Oil with essential oils, or with Coconut Oil for an exotic massage oil.
Magnesium Gel may affect synthetic hair colors, or may cause original hair color to return!
Many Research Studies, worldwide, have focused on the use of Topical Magnesium and symptoms of Magnesium Deficiency:
Hypocalcemia is a prominent manifestation of magnesium deficiency in humans (Rude et al., 1976).
Mild degrees of magnesium depletion significantly decreases the serum calcium concentration (Fatemi et al., 1991).
Role of magnesium and potassium in the pathogenesis of arteriosclerosis. Magnesium. 1984;3(4-6):226-38. Studies of the influence of magnesium deficiency on arteriosclerosis include its effect on the initial lesion, altered metabolism of elastin, proliferation of collagen, calcification, lipid metabolism, platelet aggregation and hypertension. Magnesium and potassium metabolism are closely related and magnesium is required for maintaining the level of cellular potassium. Magnesium deficiency could therefore contribute to accumulation of vascular lipid. Magnesium and potassium depletion have also been reported in diabetes and the vascular implications of this should be considered.
Postepy Hig Med Dosw (Online). 2007 Oct 8;61:548-54. Magnesium deficiency causes many disorders, including impairment of immunity. Clinical observations show the beneficial effect of topical and oral administration of magnesium salts in patients with skin allergy. All the presented data point to an important role of magnesium in allergy reactions.
Altern Med Rev. 2006 Dec;11(4):294-329. Peripheral neuropathy (PN), associated with diabetes, neurotoxic chemotherapy, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/antiretroviral drugs, alcoholism, nutrient deficiencies, heavy metal toxicity, and other etiologies, results in significant morbidity. Conventional pain medications primarily mask symptoms and have significant side effects and addiction profiles. However, a widening body of research indicates alternative medicine may offer significant benefit to this patient population. Alpha-lipoic acid, acetyl-L-carnitine, benfotiamine, methylcobalamin, and topical capsaicin are among the most well-researched alternative options for the treatment of PN. Other potential nutrient or botanical therapies include vitamin E, glutathione, folate, pyridoxine, biotin, myo-inositol, omega-3 and -6 fatty acids, L-arginine, L-glutamine, taurine, N-acetylcysteine, zinc, magnesium, chromium, and St. John's wort. In the realm of physical medicine, acupuncture, magnetic therapy, and yoga have been found to provide benefit. New cutting-edge conventional therapies, including dual-action peptides, may also hold promise.
Thromb Res. 2000 Jul 1;99(1):61-9. Intravenously and topically applied magnesium in the prevention of arterial thrombosis: Topically applied Mg significantly decreased the maximum thrombus area, without any increase in S-Mg level (p<0.05). In conclusion, topically as well as intravenously infused Mg reduce arterial thrombus formation in this in vivo rat model without compromising haemostasis.