Magnesium Chloride Flakes - 10KG Bucket
Details & Specifications:
|Botanical Name:||Magnesium chloride|
|Country of Origin:||Middle East|
Harvested from the Dead Sea in the Middle East, the deepest hyper-saline lake in the world, reaching deep into the earths' crust where ancient minerals deposits are still abundant! The salt is harvested by utilizing natural solar energy that evaporates the water in the Dead Sea, naturally concentrating the salt to a level much higher than you will typically find elsewhere.
Transdermal Magnesium Chloride [absorption through the skin such as in a bath or spray] is a far superior method for safely increasing magnesium levels in the body.
Magnesium is particularly useful for relieving sore muscles and joints, reducing pain related to functional magnesium deficiency and for replenishing depleted soft tissues. It also assists to help calm nerves and reduce systemic bodily stress, improve the health of the brain and nervous system, teeth and bones. Magnesium in the form of magnesium chloride is also an impressive infection fighter. It is necessary for the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and amino acids.
Additional benefits of magnesium chloride flakes include greater energy, more relaxed muscles [and stronger connective tissues], better sleep, improved mental function, alleviate headaches, arterial health, better reproductive function, and better hormonal balance for men and women [and reduced PMS]. Transdermal Magnesium application can help with the removal of toxins and heavy metals at a cellular level. Assist with the rejuvenation of sun damaged skin, sunspots, healthy hair and wrinkle reduction.
Add 2 - 3 cups of Magnesium Chloride Flakes to warm bath water, soaking for a minimum of 20 minutes. Research suggests very hot bath water encourages excretion rather than absorption.
You can also mix in the bath with sodium bicarbonate.
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