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Pure, undiluted, liquid magnesium chloride from the Zechstein Sea
THE BENEFITS OF TRANSDERMAL MAGNESIUM
WHY DO I NEED TRANSDERMAL MAGNESIUM?
We all need magnesium. It is essential for over one thousand biochemical processes in the human body. It works like the spark plug in your body by moving nutrients into the cells and purging toxins out of the cells. When you are magnesium deficient, your body lacks this essential element, and without enough magnesium, you are now more inclined to suffer from many physical and psychological ailments.
WHAT IS “TRANSDERMAL” MAGNESIUM?
Transdermal simply means “through the skin.” Living the Good Life Naturally Magnesium Soak is a liquid Magnesium Chloride that is intended for external use to be absorbed through the skin through soaking in a basin or through direct application to the skin.
WHY CAN’T I JUST TAKE A ORAL SUPPLEMENT?
Magnesium was never intended to be pulverized, powdered, run down a conveyor belt, and compacted into a pill. Studies have shown that the body takes up less than 1% of oral magnesium. Large doses of oral magnesium can also cause digestive problems.
Oral magnesium supplements have the added disadvantage of decreasing your body’s ability to uptake nutrients from your food. In addition, ingesting isolated magnesium separates the magnesium from its co-factors, proving to be very damaging to your digestive system.
Also, there are many oral magnesium products on the market that are made with citric acid. However, citric acid can be problematic by causing damage to the digestive lining.
ARE THERE NATURAL WAYS TO GET ENOUGH MAGNESIUM?
Traditionally, magnesium comes from our food. Dark leafy greens (kale and spinach), pumpkin seeds, almonds, mackerel fish, beans, whole grains, dried fruit, avocados, and dark chocolate have been traditionally high in magnesium.
The problem today is our modern farming practices. Through the heavy use of chemicals and over-cultivation modern agriculture has stripped our soil of the essential biological and organic interactions that allow plants to uptake the magnesium they need. As soil becomes more depleted of this natural interaction, our food becomes more lacking in the essential magnesium element.
WHAT ARE PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL AILMENTS AFFECTED BY MAGNESIUM DEFICIENCY?
Magnesium deficiency plays a role in many human diseases, including:
- Anxiety and panic attacks
- Blood clots
- Bowel diseases
- Heart Disease
- Kidney disease
- Liver disease
- Musculoskeletal conditions (fibromyalgia, cramps, chronic back pain, etc.)
- Nerve problems
- Obstetrics and gynecology (PMS, infertility, and preeclampsia)
- Raynaud’s syndrome
- Tooth decay
Magnesium deficiency plays a significant role in all of these ailments
HOW CAN I TELL IF I HAVE ENOUGH MAGNESIUM?
Lab testing for magnesium deficiency can be a tricky and misleading proposition. There is blood serum testing which is not an accurate representation. There is also a Magnesium RBC blood test. It should be 6.3 or higher for optimal health. Magnesium is so critical to your health that your cells will pull magnesium from throughout your body to maintain normal levels in your blood. Blood tests, in most cases, will not show deficiency because your body is pulling magnesium from your bones and other areas to maintain the supply of magnesium. Many factors affect what we call your Magnesium burn rate.
HOW CAN I DETERMINE MY MAGNESIUM “BURN RATE”?
At Living the Good Life Naturally, we have developed a list of questions to help you determine how fast you are burning through your reserves of magnesium.
Recently have you:
experienced stress, consumed refined sugar, eaten processed foods, used alcohol, drugs (prescription and non-prescription), overworked your muscles, had surgery, given birth, had uncontrolled diabetes, suffered from headaches, body aches, and tension?
If you answered yes to any of these, you are burning up the magnesium stores in your body.
HOW CAN I EXPERIENCE THE BENEFIT OF TRANSDERMAL MAGNESIUM FOR MYSELF?
Easy! Living the Good Life Naturally has provided the world’s cleanest and undiluted source of liquid transdermal magnesium for over twenty years. Our Magnesium is extracted from deep beneath the earth’s surface from the Zechstein Sea. You can buy our 32-ounce, or 8-ounce spray here online. We also carry Magnesium infused lotions that are great for babies or those unable to soak due to medical reasons.
How do I use Living the Good Life Naturally’s Magnesium Soak?
Simple. Just pour a 1/4 cup of Magnesium Soak into a stainless steel or glass basin and mix in enough water to cover your feet. Soak for 20-40 minutes. If you enjoy baths, pour a 1/4 cup and relax in your tub.
How do I use Living the Good Life Naturally’s Magnesium Spray?
Simple. Just spray and massage directly onto the affected area where you are experiencing muscle pain or stress. This is great for workout recovery and restless leg syndrome. Avoid getting the spray in your eyes.
How do I use Living the Good Life Naturally’s Magnesium Lotion?
Just pump the lotion into your hand and massage it into the body. Great for babies and small children. Also, great for massage therapists to use during massage. Magnesium is known as the relaxation mineral, and lotion is a great way to incorporate more magnesium on a daily basis topically.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I USE LIVING THE GOOD LIFE NATURALLY’S TRANSDERMAL MAGNESIUM?
Good question. It depends on you, your level of health, and your cortisol and sugar intake.
We encourage people to start with the 30-day challenge. That is, you are committed to soaking for 30 days in a row. The 32-ounce bottle of Magnesium Soak has enough 1/4 cup doses to last for 16 soaks. So, knowing that life can sometimes get in the way, do your best to soak every day for 30 days. Then start backing off while maintaining the benefits of magnesium.
This is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice; always seek the guidance of your qualified health professional.