Magnesium supplementation applied to the skin is easy, convenient, and affordable. Topical Magnesium is the most effective way to get your Magnesium and is a superior method for safely increasing magnesium levels in the body.
Magnesium oil can be applied straight to the skin for optimal absorption, rather than relying on the (often malfunctioning) digestive tract like Powders and pills. By bypassing the digestive system, it goes straight into the bloodstream and delivered to the cells that need it.
Unlike oral supplementation (powders or pills) you cannot overuse Magnesium oil, Your body will self regulate and absorb as much or as little as needed.
Enjoy our article on all things Magnesium and the benefits of using topical Magnesium.
Magnesium plays many vital roles throughout the body.
Using topical Magnesium in the form of magnesium sprays or soaking in a magnesium bath, is of great benefit to everyone, including children, the elderly, babies, and expectant mothers.
The benefits of using Topical Magnesium.
Magnesium is responsible for over 300 biochemical reactions in the body.
– Magnesium helps to maintain normal nerve and muscle function, supports a healthy immune system, keeps the heartbeat steady, and helps bones remain strong.
– Magnesium also helps regulate blood glucose levels and aids in the production of energy and protein.
-Magnesium Oil will not only assist with the treatment of cramps, spasms, and aches, but deficiency is linked to decreased memory and learning ability. Magnesium oil works very well with IBS symptoms.
-Increasing magnesium levels can improve cognitive function in children, the elderly, and those experiencing high levels of stress – both emotionally and physically.
-Magnesium will assist athletic performance by reducing the accumulation of lactic acid and reducing the perception of fatigue during strenuous exercise.
-Magnesium fights inflammation, raises antioxidant levels, and helps replenish energy stores in the muscle. It also calms the central nervous system, lowering heart rate and enabling restful sleep.
-Magnesium is vital for the function of GABA receptors, which exist across all areas of the brain and nervous system. GABA is a calming neurotransmitter that the brain requires to switch off.
-Magnesium is excellent for your skin in many ways. It improves hydration and keeps the skin soft. Additionally, it can speed the healing of wounds and abrasions.
– Magnesium is soothing for those suffering from eczema, psoriasis, and other skin conditions.
– Magnesium salts, unlike Epsom salts, are made out of magnesium chloride, which is much better absorbed by the body.
Magnesium Oil Spray.
Magnesium oil is often described as “oil-like,” but there is no “oil” in topical magnesium oil spray. Magnesium oil is a water-based product and dries quickly without leaving oily marks.
Topical Magnesium for Menstrual Cramps and symptoms of PMS.
Magnesium improves pre-menstrual symptoms immensely. Levels of the mineral drop during the second half of a female’s menstrual cycle, suggesting a possible link with many of the symptoms of PMS. If you suffer from PMS symptoms such as irritability, headaches, cramps and bloating, your body is talking to you & Magnesium could be the answer.
Topical Magnesium for Pregnancy
Optimal magnesium levels are significant for maintaining bone density and avoiding those cramps that occur in the later stages of pregnancy.
Topical Magnesium for Muscles and Joints
Magnesium is excellent for decreasing inflammation of sore, overworked muscles. Soaking in a magnesium bath helps to relax your muscles and loosen stiff joints. When you soak in the tub, it also allows the skin to excrete waste products and toxins, which takes a lot of pressure off the liver and kidneys. Athletes can especially benefit from soaking in our magnesium bath. It not only replenishes low magnesium levels, so they are at top performance, but the oil works as a natural muscle relaxant.
Topical Magnesium for stress and relaxation.
Aside from the obvious physical benefits to a magnesium soak, it’s an excellent stress reliever and brings instant calm and relaxation to your mind. Many who suffer from stress can benefit as magnesium aids the physiological and neurological process when the body is under intense stress.
Topical Magnesium for Diabetes and Hypertension.
Many who suffer from hypertension, or high blood pressure, have found that part of their suffering caused by a lack of Magnesium. By using a magnesium bath, their blood pressure decreases naturally. Additionally, if a person with diabetes is not properly managing their disease, Magnesium may be depleted, which has significant ramifications in insulin resistance.
Topical Magnesium for Migraines and Stress.
A magnesium deficiency affects the receptions in the brain that cause migraines. Applying magnesium oil to areas such as the neck and shoulders can heal aches, tension, and debilitating headaches.
How to Use Topical Magnesium.
We have two beautiful ways for you to reap the benefits of topical Magnesium.
Run yourself a warm bath, hop in, and let our Ananda Life Magnesium Bath products with the benefits of organic essential oils completely relax and rejuvenate you. Enjoy a bath at the end of a stressful day or if you need to relax your muscles and loosen stiff joints. Pour some for the kids at bath time to help them with a night of restful sleep.
Magnesium oil spray is great for those who want the benefits of Magnesium but don’t have time to soak in a bath. Magnesium oil spray is quick and easy to use. For sore muscles and joints, spray 2- 3 pumps of the magnesium oil directly on the sore spot and rub in. You can use the same topical application directly to your skin to aid in softer, smoother skin. Follow with dry brushing to aid in detox removal. This combination is terrific for soft skin.
Magnesium oil is a fantastic sleep aid for those who have trouble falling or staying asleep. You can apply the oil about 30 minutes before bed to help ensure a more restful sleep.
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