The Wonders Of Magnesium Oil For Sore Muscles And More

Magnesium oil is actually magnesium chloride in water. I have never figured out why they call it oil, but I suspect it has to do with being used as an “oil” in massage and sports medicine. It is sprayed on in a mist and rubbed in. The wonders of magnesium never cease to amaze me. For hundreds of years a bath in Epsom salts has been used to relax sore and tired muscles as well as draw out toxins and reduce blood pressure. What most of us didn’t know is that epsom salts is just magnesium in crystal form. It is often made from sea water.

Called Magnesium Oil, it is a natural substance that can be applied to the skin or poured into ones’ bath like Epsom salts. Magnesium chloride, applied transdermally is the ideal magnesium delivery system with medical benefits unequalled in the entire world of medicine. Yet one does not need a doctor to prescribe or administer it. One can relax in a medicinal bath, without a doctor’s prescription or simply put it on the skin and have someone massage you for sublime effect. (Dr Sircus)

Transdermal delivery of medicines is generally considered safer, more efficient, convenient and less painful than injections or IV’s. Most doctors and patients think of magnesium chloride as a medicine that can be injected while you are having a heart attack and it does save the day for both heart and stroke patients if used quickly enough.

It should be noted that pain management with magnesium employs magnesium oil applied transdermally to the skin. Dr. Linda Rapson, who specializes in treating chronic pain, believes that about 70 per cent of her patients who complain of muscle pain, cramps and fatigue are showing signs of magnesium deficiency. “Virtually all of them improve when I put them on magnesium,” says Rapson, who runs a busy Toronto pain clinic. “It may sound too good to be true, but it’s a fact.” She’s seen the mineral work in those with fibromyalgia, migraines and constipation. “The scientific community should take a good hard look at this.”

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