100% Saturated Magnesium in Water(Referred to as 'Magnesium Oil' - it really has an oily and sticky feel)
Do you experience any of these symptoms:
- Restless sleep or insomnia
- muscle twitches
- muscle cramping
- sore joints
- restless legs
- difficult recovery after workouts
- pre-menstrual pains?
These could be signs that magnesium levels in your body are low and need attention. Magnesium is transdermal – it can be absorbed through your skin. Best areas for absorption is the stomach and the soles of your feet. Gently rub in and let dry.
Apply it directly to the area where the muscles cramp, for pre-menstrual pain apply on stomach anytime.
For restless sleep and insomnia:
Spray magnesium oil on your stomach, gently rub it in and allow to dry.
For muscles and joints:
Spray the magnesium oil directly to affected areas and apply as many times as desired.
Spray directly on all trained muscles (before and after training)
Your body will gladly accept magnesium servings – you cannot overdose. If you experience a tingling feeling you might need to add a bit more water, i.e dilute the solution until you get used to the concentration.
When magnesium levels in the body drop it can have serious effects on your body health. It often goes unnoticed until the deficiency manifests as ‘dis-ease’ in the body and, if untreated, as illness. For best effects use every day and every night.
Magnesium (Mg) is required for over 300 enzymatic reactions that occur in the body.
The mineral magnesium is required in the ATP metabolism, where your cells extract the chemical energy from nutrient molecules like proteins, carbohydrates and proteins, and use the chemical energy to make ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate). ATP is the chemical energy required by our body cells to function, to build, to renew and to create movement.
Furthermore, our bodies require magnesium to regulate muscle contraction, insulin metabolism, blood pressure, nerve transmissions and the neuro-muscular conduction.
Lack of magnesium could be a contributing factor in diabetes type 2, high blood pressure, migraines, ADHD, Alzheimers, asthma and cardiovascular disease.
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