Magnesium oil benefits include the relief of aches and pains (as in fibromyalgia), increased energy (as magnesium is involved in the production of ATP), support of cardiac tissues and the cardiovascular system (magnesium being a natural muscle nourisher and relaxant), support of processes of detoxification, support of brain function (which depends upon ATP), improvement of mood and reduction of tension-related stress, support for healthy skin, and numerous other health benefits.
Magnesium is a chemical element with the symbol Mg and atomic number 12. It is the ninth most abundant element in the universe. Magnesium forms a variety of industrially and biologically important compounds, including magnesium carbonate, magnesium chloride, magnesium citrate, magnesium hydroxide (milk of magnesia), magnesium oxide, magnesium sulfate, and magnesium sulfate heptahydrate (Epsom salts).
Magnesium is one of the most common worldwide deficiencies and it plays a role in most of the common health struggles people face every day. Magnesium is present in all cells of the body and is involved in over 300 enzymatic processes, including energy production. Magnesium is essential for maintaining normal bone density, normal cardiac rhythmicity, normal pulmonary function, and normal blood glucose regulation.
Magnesium is a basic element of life much like water and air. We need a lot of magnesium, roughly 1000 mgs/day for a healthy active individual to keep up with the demands of the body. Magnesium is to the body like oil is to a car's engine and if we are deficient problems will arise.
Our current diet is rich in calcium but insufficient in magnesium. Our ancient ancestors had a a diet that was close to 1:1 whereas our present-day diets are more like 5:1 and up to 15:1. Having roughly ten times more calcium than magnesium is a serious problem. This elevated calcium to magnesium ratio is a major player in conditions such as mitral valve prolapse, migraines, attention deficit disorder, autism, fibromyalgia, anxiety, asthma and allergies. Wherever there is elevated calcium and insufficient magnesium inside of cells the effects are muscle contractions, spasms, twitches and even convulsions.
Magnesium deficiencies are present in healthy populations and “Magnesium Oil” is the best and most versatile form of magnesium. Magnesium can be taken orally, transdermally on the skin through direct application or using liberally in medical baths, and it can be nebulized directly into the lungs. Magnesium can also be administered through intra muscular injections or intravenously during surgery. There is no replacement in the pharmaceutical world for magnesium and it is a fact that most pharmaceuticals leave the patients more deficient thus needing more magnesium. Practicing medicine without magnesium is not a good idea.
Application: Spray directly onto the skin and allow time to dry. Two applications daily is ideal.
Protocol No. 9 (Educational)
Magnesium oil is a solution of magnesium chloride which is recognised as one of the most powerful and versatile medicines/medicinals in the world. It is not a true oil even though it feels oily on the skin. Delivering medicine transdermally (Spray onto the skin) is one of the best ways of administering medicines quickly and effectively.
Transdermal application of magnesium oil is easy and allows the magnesium to be absorbed directly through the skin and into the bloodstream quickly. The traditional method of administrating medicine such as tablets or capsules become much less effective due to the stomach acids and digestive enzymes and the additional processing by the liver. By bypassing the stomach and liver means that a much greater percentage of the active ingredient, magnesium, goes straight to the bloodstream where it is needed. Transdermal application also avoids the potential side effects such as stomach upset or drowsiness. Magnesium is often not well absorbed by the digestive track, and is even more difficult to absorb if you are deficient or are low in vitamin D, have poor gut bacteria or suffer from a number of other conditions. On top of that, most foods are depleted of their natural magnesium levels and most water supplies are also lacking magnesium.
Chocolate is the most commonly reported craving in the Western world, so it shouldn’t surprise us that it is linked to a nutrient in which a huge number of us are unknowingly deficient, magnesium. Magnesium-deficient people temporarily feel better after eating a chocolate bar because the small amounts of magnesium in it (derived from its cacao content) relaxes them.
Spices, nuts, cereals, cocoa and vegetables are rich sources of magnesium. Green leafy vegetables such as spinach are also rich in magnesium since they contain chlorophyl Chlorophyll is the life-force of plants and without chlorophyll photosynthesis (the process of producing the plant’s food) will not take place.
Chlorophyll is the life-force of plants and without chlorophyll photosynthesis (the process of producing the plant’s food) will not take place. Our life-force is hemoglobin and its chemical structure is almost identical to chlorophyll. Look closely at the illustration above and notice that the only difference between chlorophyll and hemoglobin is that chlorophyll contains one atom of magnesium and hemoglobin has substituted the magnesium atom with one atom of iron. If we drink chlorophyll (green leafy vegetable juice) we only have to substitute iron with magnesium to produce the complex molecule hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is the protein molecule in red blood cells that carries oxygen from the lungs to the body's tissues and returns carbon dioxide from the cells, to be exhaled from our lungs as a waste product.
Early signs of magnesium deficiency include loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, and weakness. As magnesium deficiency worsens, numbness, tingling, muscle contractions and cramps, seizures, personality changes, abnormal heart rhythms, and coronary spasms can occur. Too much magnesium from food does not pose a health risk in healthy individuals because the kidneys eliminate excess amounts in the urine.