The Amazing Health Benefits Of Magnesium Oil

Foods contain magnesium

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In my massage therapy I now use transdermal magnesium oil spray as a part of my treatments to help the common complaint of tight sore muscles and cramping.
I now recommend many of my clients to use magnesium oil on a regular basis to assist with improving health and adding this essential element to their health plan.

Current research is proving more & more, that most known illness are associated with a magnesium deficiency, and that magnesium, is the most critical mineral required for electrical stability of every cell in the body.
A magnesium deficiency may be responsible for more diseases than any other nutrient!! 
Magnesium deficiency will not be picked up through your yearly medical check & blood tests , because they don’t test for it!!!!   You have to make a special request????   
Go figure?
Some of the common symptoms of magnesium deficiency:
  • Leg cramps?
  • Foot pain?
  • Muscle twitches, tension or soreness?
  • Tension headaches?
  • Insomnia?
  • Constipation?
  • Menstrual cramps?
  • Loud noise sensitivity?
  • Neck pain?
  • Jaw dysfunction?
  • Loss of appetite?
  • Anxiety and restlessness?
  • Tingling?
Why are we magnesium deficient? 

Magnesium chloride is the most effective, easily assimilated form of magnesium to be metabolised in the human body.

Many magnesium supplements on the market need to be taken orally and most of these are not readily absorbed by the body, especially if you are magnesium deficient.

Unfortunately most of the developed world is magnesium deficient. The reason for this is that our foods have become empty of many vital nutrients due to farming practices that grow our food in nutrient depleted soils.

Additionally our food is coated with chemicals and in many cases genetically modified. 

The western world in particular, is currently plagued by deficiency diseases. We have plenty of food, but it is empty of nutrients. 

I’m often asked what foods contain magnesium so here is a list. Just remember that nutrient content is dependent on growing conditions and supplementation may be necessary. 

  • Cacoa nibs ( dark chocolate )
  • Nuts and seeds
  • Mackerel
  • Brown Rice
  • Avocados
  • Bananas
  • Dried figs
  • Beans and lentils
  • Spinach
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