The Health Benefits Of Using Magnesium Chloride

The Health Benefits Of Using Magnesium Chloride

Magnesium is essential to heath due to its role in hundreds of chemical reactions throughout the human body. The average human body has approximately 25 grams of this mineral with more than half of that amount contained within the bones. For individuals who take this mineral to correct a deficiency or to aid in tissue purification and cellular detoxification, magnesium chloride offers this important mineral in a form the body can readily utilise.

The human body easily metabolises and assimilates this compound. Some people use magnesium sulfate, or Epsom salts for detoxification but the kidneys excrete it so rapidly the body does not have sufficient time to assimilate this important mineral. This means effects do not last as long. Salts are less effective because the body must convert them to chlorides before it can use them.

This compound helps various body tissues eliminate toxins and waste products. These impurities are excreted through the skin's pores. Chloride stimulates enzymes responsible for digesting starch and helps the stomach produce gastric acid. In the stomach, it combines with chloride to produce hydrochloric acid.

Hydrochloric acid is a digestive enzyme that serves multiple functions. It activates intrinsic factor, a substance necessary for vitamin B12 absorption. It also helps in the absorption of metallic minerals and aids in digesting proteins. Elderly people who need supplements of this mineral often cannot produce enough hydrochloric acid to absorb carbonate or oxide successfully.

Chloride is a major electrolyte and plays a role in many important bodily functions but it is rapidly excreted. This mineral is important for kidney function. It also helps with nerve transmission, maintains fluids within blood vessels, and is necessary for muscle movement.

When used on the skin, magnesium is effective for treating infected boils, carbuncles, and ulcers. It can also help speed up the healing of wounds. When placed on skin as a cold compress, it can treat strep bacteria infections. If used on a hot compress, it can treat infections underneath the skin's surface. Traditionally is has been used to promote muscle relaxation and has been known to relieve the pain and symptoms of arthritis, osteoarthritis and other joint & muscle inflammation. Some people even use it as a natural deodorant.

This compound is available as a liquid or in dry flake form. For maximum absorption, apply liberally to the body. Rub the compound into the skin and allow it to sit for approximately 20 minutes before wiping or rinsing off and moisturising. Some people will feel a gentle tingling during application, which is normal.

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Associate Products

Magnesium Chloride Spray

Magnesium Chloride Flakes

Mag Phos Homeopathic Remedy

Schuessler Mag Phos Tissue Salts Spray

 

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January 07, 2016

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Deborah

Deborah said:

I have tried a number of home made natural deodorants and found the magnesium oil as a base is by far the best. To be more effective, I make it stronger for the deodorant than what I use generally. The only negative aspect I have found is that both my husband and I have shoulder injuries and have limited arm movement. On these arms (pits) it will get a bit of a rash after a while. I just stop using it for 2 days (I use coconut oil and maybe Frankincense for those days) and then its good for maybe 6 weeks.

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