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The Best Magnesium Products That Heal

Anybody else felt a twitch in their upper eyelid that won't go away? I've learned over time this twitch means I have a magnesium deficiency. Common symptoms like muscle cramping, constipation, headaches, eye twitching, and muscle pain mean some sort of magnesium deficiency. I usually prepare a foot bath, fill up a bucket with warm water and 1 cup of magnesium bath flakes and within 20 minutes I'm already feeling better. The magnesium has instantly absorbed into my skin. If I don't have time for a foot bath I take a magnesium supplement, which improves my mood, blood sugar, and exercise performance. 

Magnesium bath flakes are instantly absorbed through the skin and are an easy way to de-stress. They're free from the fake ingredients often found in bath products like bath bombs (think artificial colours and fragrances) which can lead to irritation in those private parts that are exposed. Magnesium bath flakes are made with nothing but the purest form of naturally occurring magnesium (magnesium chloride) to help relax tired, aching muscles. 

Magnesium is a mighty mineral that plays a role in many biochemical reactions in our body, from converting our food into energy, to helping our muscles contract and relax. When our stores of magnesium are depleted we can experience fatigue, muscle cramps, mental health conditions like anxiety, irregular heartbeat and it's linked to osteoporosis. Other early signs include loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, and weakness. As magnesium deficiency worsens numbness in the extremities becomes a common symptom.

Magnesium oil is a magic liquid that you can apply topically it's absorbed through your skin like the magnesium flakes. Magnesium oil is an easy way to deliver muscle-relaxing magnesium to wherever you feel it’s needed, whether that’s restless legs or a sore neck and shoulders. It's great for nerve pain associated with neuralgia or multiple sclerosis MS. The symptoms improve instantly after rubbing and massaging the oil into your skin.

    Magnesium supplements, as well as topical magnesium products work together to heal and strengthen our bodies. There are different forms of magnesium for different functions. Below is a guide to follow if you want to add magnesium to your weekly routine.

    Magnesium Chloride is good for general detoxing, metabolism and kidney functions and good to use in lotion, oils, bath and foot soaks.

    Magnesium Citrate is the best-studied form and has good bioavailability, is used as a laxative, and should not be tolerated in higher doses required for a deficiency. It can cause iron dysregulation and other health issues.

    Magnesium Glycinate is great for relaxing, it has a good absorption rate and helps with sleep, anxiety, and inflammation.

    Magnesium Malate has good absorption and is good for energising. It has shown great results with fibromyalgia sufferers and for relief from muscle pain. Best to take in the morning.

    Magnesium Oxide is inexpensive and not very well absorbed compared to other forms. It's good in small doses

    Magnesium Sulfate is good in small doses and good in the bath for body and foot soaks.

    Magnesium Taurate is good for cardiovascular health and migraines. It has been shown to reduce heart attacks and promote stable blood sugar. Find a brand that is not mixed with other ingredients. Watch for fillers and additives. 

    Magnesium Threonate is best for cognitive functions like brain fog, PTSD, depression, anxiety, and neuro conditions. It has been shown to improve short and long-term memory. It is potentially energising and best to take in the morning. 

    Here you have our guide on the best way to take magnesium and you will find all of our Amazing Oils products in store available now. Your condition will improve with this essential supplement in your life. 

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    • A great article thanks. I think you’ve just described a bunch of my symptoms!

      Erika

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