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Saturday, 30 December 2017

How to make Magnesium Oil

How to make Magnesium Oil


Magnesium is a vital nutrient for the proper functioning of our organs. Today I tell you how to make magnesium oil at home and what are its benefits. Magnesium can be obtained through the consumption of certain foods, such as almonds, spinach, avocado, bananas or broccoli and is also available in a variety of supplements. But one of the most effective ways for the correct absorption of magnesium is transversal, that is, through the skin. Magnesium can be obtained through the consumption of certain foods, such as almonds, spinach, avocado, bananas or broccoli and is also available in a variety of supplements. But one of the most effective ways for the correct absorption of magnesium is transversal, that is, through the skin.

That is why; taking baths with mineral salts is so popular and beneficial.

How to make Magnesium Oil


By applying magnesium oil through the skin, the body absorbs only what it needs, thus avoiding excess consumption, which can cause an imbalance in other nutrients and possible toxicity.

According to this article by Dr. Ax (in English), more than 80% of adults have a magnesium deficiency. Some of the most common symptoms that manifest themselves due to lack of magnesium are; poor digestion, anxiety, pain and muscle spasms, difficulty falling asleep among others. More than 300 biochemical functions that occur in the body require the presence of this mineral. Such as regulating the rhythm of the heartbeat and assisting the neurotransmitter functions.

How to make Magnesium Oil

  1. 1/2 cup of filtered water 
  2. 1/2 cup of magnesium in flakes (I use this one) 
  3. Sprayer bottle 
  4. Place the water in a saucepan and let it boil. 
  5. Remove from heat and add the magnesium flakes, stir until well dissolved. 
  6. Allow to cool and place in the bottle with sprayer 
Now we knew how to make magnesium oil and now let us know how to apply Magnesium Oil 

Apply directly to the skin and massage. The most recommended areas are the area of the abdomen, in the muscles of the legs and arms. While magnesium oil is not oil in itself, the reason it is called magnesium oil is that of the oily feeling left on the skin when it is applied. It is possible that the first time you use it you feel a kind of mild itching or burning, so avoid applying it in sensitive areas. Also, do not use it after shaving or in areas where you have a cut or injury to the skin.

Benefits of Magnesium
  1. Helps relieve muscle pain and spasms 
  2. It is relaxing and calms the nerves 
  3. Control anxiety 
  4. Combat depression and stress 
  5. Helps with digestion and relieves constipation 
  6. Relieves migraines 
  7. Improve memory 
  8. Alkalizes the body 
  9. Relieves menstrual pain 
  10. Combat hair loss 
  11. Improves circulation
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