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12 Benefits of Topical Magnesium

According to Dr. Mark Sircus, an expert on magnesium and author of Transdermal Magnesium Therapy, the benefits of applying magnesium to your skin, include: •Cellular detoxification •Decreased inflammation •Lower blood pressure •Reduced risk of type 2 diabetes •Enhanced cognitive function •Better bone health •Fewer headaches and migraines •Improved sleep •Better heart health •Less stress and anxiety •Reduction in muscle aches and pains •Anti-aging effects
•…and much more!

Transdermal versus Dietary Magnesium Transdermal magnesium therapy is simply a method of delivering minerals to the body through the skin (i.e. transdermal). This isn’t a new concept – topical remedies anointed, bandaged, rubbed or applied to the skin are likely to have been used since the origin of man! More recent, science-based examples include nicotine patches to help smokers quit, or estrogen patches to treat menopausal symptoms.
Despite a long history and evidence based approach, the idea of reaching our daily intake of magnesium through the skin may be a foreign notion to many, particularly as we have been commonly taught to get our nutrients from food sources. However, when it comes to magnesium, many people struggle to reach their daily targets through diet alone. Other Benefits of Transdermal Magnesium

As you can see, applying magnesium to the skin is a fantastic way to complement your dietary intake of this essential mineral. A few other reasons to apply magnesium topically include:   High Level of Absorption   Although absorption rates vary, magnesium oil tends to have one of the highest rates of absorption of any form of this mineral. In a study on transdermal application of a 31% magnesium chloride solution, it was found that after 12 weeks’ treatment 89% of subjects raised their cellular magnesium levels – with an average increase of 59.7%!  
Given that equivalent results using oral supplements took between 9 and 24 months to achieve, that’s pretty impressive!  
Furthermore, the patients showed an improvement in their calcium/magnesium ratio; and 78% demonstrated significant evidence of detoxification of heavy metals following the treatment. Get Right to the Source. 
Those with aches and pains caused by inflammation, sore joints, arthritis or even post-workout soreness should give topically applied magnesium a go. It’s the most efficient way to deliver the mineral to the site of pain, so that it can quickly relieve muscle pain, cramps and fatigue; reduce inflammation; and encourage regeneration of tissues.  
Regularly applying this lotion, or other topical magnesium formula, can even increase flexibility, strength and endurance.  
More Readily Assimilated than Epsom Salts .
Epsom salts are rich in magnesium, which is why taking an Epsom salt bath is so relaxing.   However, the magnesium sulfate in Epsom salt is less easily assimilated and metabolized by the body than the magnesium chloride used in this homemade lotion.  
Magnesium sulfates are rapidly excreted through the kidneys, and so you require more magnesium sulfate than magnesium chloride to achieve the same effects. This rapid metabolization also explains why the effects of applying this lotion last much longer than those from an Epsom salt bath.  
That said, there are still plenty of reasons to enjoy an Epsom salt bath in conjunction with using your homemade lotion! Better than Supplements.  
As we’ve seen in the study on magnesium oil mentioned above, transdermal application boosts bodily levels of the mineral much quicker than supplements.  
But did you know just how poor some magnesium supplements really are?
Certain forms of the supplement, like magnesium oxide, have been shown to have an absorbable magnesium potency as low as 4%!  
What’s more, if you have trouble assimilating magnesium from foods, you can suffer the same problems with supplements. Applying this lotion – which you can do in place of your regular moisturizer – requires almost minimal effort, giving you maximum bang for your buck.
Heel Crack Cream

Cracked heels can be the result of several things: Finding the Cause Since cracked heels can have a variety of causes, it is important to find the root of the problem. Often, I’ve seen cracked heels improve with dietary changes. Deficiencies of zinc, magnesium and omega-3 can contribute to cracked heels, and fat soluble vitamins and gelatin are also important. Skin related problems and fungal infections can often be helped with regular detoxifying foot soaks and a homemade healing salve. Personally, we take fermented cod liver oil daily and make it a point to consume wild-caught fish to maintain Omega-3 levels. Since zinc is important for men’s health, my husband also takes a zinc supplement regularly. As a general rule, I suggest trying any remedy for at least a few weeks to see if it is working. For best results, try external and internal approaches at the same time. As a general rule, I suggest trying any remedy for at least a few weeks to see if it is working. For best results, try external and internal approaches at the same time. Internal Remedies for Cracked Heels •Consuming enough Zinc, Magnesium and Omega-3s in food or supplement form •Consuming Gelatin and Vitamin C which increase skin elasticity and may help reduce cracking •Optimizing fat soluble vitamins like Vitamin D (found in Fermented Cod Liver oil, supplements or from sun exposure) and Vitamin K (found in grass-fed butter or supplements). Consuming foods like bone broth and organ meats is also helpful. •Drinking enough water and consuming trace minerals External Remedies for Cracked Heels •Exfoliating with a natural pumice stone or Ped Egg (looks like a cheese grater but it works) •Soaking in detoxifying food baths or regular detox baths (here are my three favorite recipes) •Adding 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar to a warm foot soak •Using magnesium oil on the feet before bed •Using a homemade nourishing foot salve (see below) each morning and night
•Using a homemade peppermint magnesium foot scrub to exfoliate feet in the shower

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