We recommend 2-3 baths per week in conjunction with daily use of your Magnesium Spray or Gel.
Every one of our 50 trillion body cells needs Magnesium to function optimally, it is important for brain-health, heart-health, muscle contraction, bone strength and energy production. Yet typically 75% of us are deficient. Symptoms of Magnesium deficiency range from fatigue to insomnia, to muscle aches and pains it can also effect our moods and anxiety levels.
Did you know that 90% of oral magnesium can be destroyed by the gut, however the trans-dermal application of this via soaking the body can provide instant, long lasting results. Also excellent for those that suffer from insomnia or having trouble sleeping to use before bed.
*Children – The products are also suitable for children. It can help to calm children down as well as boost their developing immune systems. We also hear reports that it can quickly stop growing pains.
*Pregnancy – If you are pregnant, or planning a pregnancy in the next twelve months, Dr Carolyn Dean recommends building your body’s Magnesium levels. We suggest checking with your health professional before using these products during the last trimester simply because it is a relaxant, though many pregnant women have used both flakes and the oil safety throughout their entire pregnancy. Most pregnant women are magnesium deficient. A sign of magnesium deficiency in pregnant women is obviously cramps, and also a very hiccupy baby! If using the bath flakes, we recommend 1/4 to 1/2 a cup in a bath 2 to 3 times a week. Please seek guidance from your personal health professional if in any doubt. It is also perfectly safe to use during breastfeeding.
*Consumption – This is also a food-grade product and consuming it has great internal health benefits. The best dilution is 5-6 flakes per litre of water. Taken this way as a daily supplement assists digestion, counteracts excess acidity in the stomach and the chloride component combines with hydrogen in the stomach to make hydrochloric acid, a powerful digestive enzyme that is responsible for the breakdown of proteins, absorption of other minerals, and activation of intrinsic factor, which in turn absorbs vitamin B12.