Magnesium Oil

The first time I tried Magnesium oil, it didn’t do anything for me. I suspect I used it in the wrong way, and didn’t give it sufficient chance to work properly.

Cut to 2017 and I’m back in the west, with access to both health stores and an actual mailing address (my last parcel in Bali got lost/stuck and I never receieved it..) where I’m using magnesium oil twice a day, and sleeping much better. After years of insomnia, have I really found the answer? Fingers crossed.

Made from magnesium chloride it is absorbed dermally (via the skin), much more effectively than by taking oral magnesium supplements [not to be confused with magnesium sulphate – Epsom salts]. Magnesium is the one mineral we can all pretty much guarantee we’re deficient in. No mineral is a island to itself – they work synergistically – without magnesium, our calcium and iron levels are compromised.

So there you have it, get spraying. Or add it to your bathtub and soak in it. Get your head under the water to absorb into your scalp. I haven’t seen any difference in my hair growth yet, but I’m hopeful 😉

 

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2 thoughts on “Magnesium Oil”

  • Okay… me again, not wanting to be a nuisance and be posting onto your site too much (this isn’t spam btw). Haven’t heard of Magnesium Oil until this article. But you’ve nailed why that evil B***H hasn’t been and visited me in a while. I though have been taking Magnesium Supps from Planet Organic – and now it makes sense why I’ve not had to walk my dog at 3.00 a.m.

    Thank you for joining the dots.

    • But now I feel for your dog missing the 3am walk 😉
      I’m not sure if I prefer soaking in the flakes, or applying the oil, but both work well – especially if applied at night.

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