Magnesium Chloride Oil and Its Benefits

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Magnesium chloride oil is one the most useful by-products from magnesium. Magnesium comes in several different forms but it is most assimilated and used for metabolic purposes inside the human body in the form of magnesium chloride. Without enough magnesium, acid residues and toxic waste accumulate in the cells and tissues, which can cause chronic degenerative conditions, rapid aging symptoms, or worse cancer. Based on research, an estimated 70% of the world’s population nowadays are deficient in this factor for longevity and health. Magnesium deficiency is considered to be one of the primary reasons of chronic low energy. This is because magnesium is essential in the production of energy in the mitochondria of cells in our body.

What is Magnesium Chloride Oil?

The pure liquid form is the fastest and most convenient and fastest way to let magnesium into tissues and cells via the skin. A few sprays of magnesium chloride oil under each armpit after you shower functions as a deodorant, while transporting magnesium at the same time via the skin and into the glands, blood vessels and lymph channels, which distributes it throughout your body. Regardless of which part of the body you spray the oil, once it enters the surface of the skin; it is transported to the tissues needing magnesium the most.

Magnesium chloride oil also assists digestion. Up to 5 sprays of magnesium oil mixed in a glass of pure water is one good way of taking magnesium internally. It counteracts acidity in the stomach and delivers magnesium quickly into the bloodstream for swift distribution to all body cells.

How to Apply Magnesium Chloride Oil on Your Skin

Magnesium chloride oil can also be directly applied to the skin. Just make sure that your skin is clean before applying. Use a spray bottle and apply over the entire body or just specific parts like arms and legs only. It can also be applied on to the face by spraying a little onto the hands and applying it on the facial skin. It stings and can be a bit itchy. Make sure to do a little spot test first before applying it on to your skin or face as cuts or wounds can become irritable when it comes in contact with the oil.

Do a little experimentation and see how the oil reacts on your skin. Some research would say that the oil should be washed after 20 minutes. And some would say that you can leave it on the skin.


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