Australian everywhere are hearing this new word. Magnesium Oil and Magnesium Flakes.. A lot of people think it is the same as Epsom Salts (MgS04), Magnesium Sulfate.
Epsom salts is rapidly excreted through the kidneys and therefore difficult to assimilate. Epsom salts has a sulphate molecule where magnesium chloride is very beneficial to the body, as Chloride is essential to the production of gastric acid needed for digestion and also to stimulate starch- digesting enzymes.
People also need to be aware that Magnesium Oil is not a oil. It is a supersaturated solution of Magnesium Chloride and pure water. The magnesium gives it a slippery feel, which is why it is referred to as a oil. It is rapidly absorbed into the skin, leaving no oily residue, no scent. And Magnesium Oil is only applied in a fine mist to skin. We do not recommend using internally or in a bath. Apply straight after bathing or showering for best results.
Our Magnesium Flakes is recommended only for bathing.
It it like bathing in an expensive European Spa for a few dollars. The same therapeutic, invigorating and relaxing qualities. Right in your own home. Using a foot bath or full body bath.
Epsom Salt baths do not last as long and why you need more magnesium sulfate than with Magnesium Chloride Flakes. Magnesium Chloride is easily assimilated and metabolized in the human body.
Many peoples bodies cannot produce sufficient hydrochloric acid and thus cannot absorb well the other magnesium oxides or carbonates.
Dr Jean Durlach et al. athe University P.M.Curie,, Paris, wrote a paper about the relative toxicities between magnesium sulfate and magnesium chloride. He wrote, "The reason for the toxicity f pharmacological does of magnesium using the sulfate anion rather than the chloride anion may perhaps arise from the respective chemical structures of both the two magnesium salts. Chemically, both MgS04 Epsom salts, and MgC12 Magnesium Chloride are hexa-aqueous complexes. However MgC12 Magnesium Chloride crystals consist of dianions with magnesium coordinated to the ex water molecules as a complex, and two independent chloride anions, a seventh water molecule is associated with the sulfate anion. Consequently, the more hydrated MgS04 Epsom salt molecule may have chemical interactions with parracellular components rather than with cellular components, presumably potential toxic manifestations while reducing therapeutic effect."
The conclusion is that magnesium chloride was better suited for addressing magnesium deficiency associated issues.
We recommend seeking your medical practitioner for medical advice for questions relating to using Magnesium Flakes and Magnesium Oil.
Magnesium Oil and Magnesium FlakesLike Zen Magnesium is one of the purest forms of this mineral.
For a quick and easy way for your body to absorb Magnesium Chloride try our system. For more information contact email@example.com
Do you have clients with thinning hair or thin eyebrows?
Like Zen Magnesium oil can help, most cases.
Magnesium chloride which is the magnesium oil we use, is used to nourish tissue, which includes the scalp.
The eyebrows grow at a quicker rate than on the scalp, so a good place to test your product, to see how fast your clients hair will grow.
If used daily one spray onto finger tips massaged into eyebrows avoid getting into eyes, can help stimulate the follicle and feed the hair like a fertilizer. Magnesium oil is your fertilizer for hair. Results normally seen within a couple of months.
For scalp hair which takes longer to go thru the cycles, it can take 3-6 months due to the three cycles of hair growth. If no hair is present and has not been there for a while it won't bring hair back. Nightly application massaged into scalp is recommended.
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