Magnesium Oil: Did you know magnesium is a vital mineral to the human body? Over 300 reactions rely on magnesium to function properly. A few examples are: using calcium, creating energy, proper sleep, proper thyroid function. There are many symptoms of magnesium deficiency, such as: migraines, lack of energy, aches and pains, arthritis, insomnia, confusion, and many others.
Topically applying magnesium oil is the easiest, quickest, and most efficient way for your body to receive and use magnesium. Less then 30% of Americans have adequate amounts of magnesium for proper function.
This magnesium oil utilizes only genuine zechstein magnesium chloride, the purest and most pristine source of natural magnesium chloride in the world, extracted in a preserved state from an ancient time millions of years prior to our modern age.
One teaspoon contains approximately 560 mg of elemental magnesium.
This magnesium oil is a transdermal magnesium supplement, designed to deliver magnesium through the skin, bypassing the gastrointestinal tract for convenient, rapid absorption into the cells.
According to the American Headache Society. "The ideal medication for prevention and treatment of migraine would have no side effects, no risk, would be safe in pregnancy, as well as being highly effective while remaining inexpensive. Of course, no such medication exists, but magnesium comes closer than many interventions on all these fronts.The strongest evidence for magnesium’s effectiveness is in patients who have, or have had, aura with their migraines. It is believed magnesium may prevent the wave of brain signaling, called cortical spreading depression, which produces the visual and sensory changes that are the common forms of aura. Other mechanisms of magnesium action include
Magnesium may also prevent narrowing of brain blood vessels caused by the neurotransmitter serotonin.
Because magnesium may not be accurately measured, low magnesium in the brain can be difficult to prove. Those prone to low magnesium include people with heart disease, diabetes, alcoholism, and those on diuretics for blood pressure. There is some evidence that migraineurs may have lower levels of brain magnesium either from decreased absorption of it in food, a genetic tendency to low brain magnesium, or from excreting it from the body to a greater degree than non-migraineurs. Studies of migraineurs have found low levels of brain and spinal fluid magnesium in between migraine attacks."