Magnesium is a critical macro
nutrient for human health. It is essential to more than 300 cellular
processes, some of which include muscle & nerve function, heart
rhythm and peristalsis (muscular contractions of the digestive system).
To be deficient in magnesium guarantees a sub-optimal level of health.
Severe lack of magnesium can seriously impair all bodily functions.
is a major component of your muscles and bones with approximately 50%
of total body magnesium stored in the bones. Magnesium is required for
your body to properly absorb and regulate calcium, and thus maintain
strong bones & ligaments. The
quickest, most reliable, cost-effective and comfortable way to obtain
high levels of easily absorbed magnesium is by absorbing it through the
skin (transdermally) from the Magnesium Infusion.
unique proprietary process takes purified Dead Sea magnesium chloride
hexahydrate and makes a super saturated concentrate so that you can
experience these unique health benefits, conveniently and effortlessly. Common Questions
Q1. How quickly does Magnesium Infusion absorb into my skin? Will it smell?
Magnesium Infusion absorbs almost immediately upon contact. Applying 1
or 2 sprays and massaging it into your skin will speed up the rate of
absorption. Magnesium Infusion has no odor.
Q2. What is the maximum daily dose?
A2. There is no limit. Transdermal magnesium is largely absorbed and used by your cells on location.
Q3. When should I use Magnesium Infusion?
A3. Magnesium Infusion can be safely used any time of the day as desired.
Q4. Where is the best place on the body to spray Magnesium Infusion?
A4. On your armpits, behind your knees and on top of your feet. Also, any area where you are experiencing pain. Do I need magnesium?
deficiency is a well known and documented contributor to physical
and mental distress. The most serious indications of a lack of magnesium
- high blood pressure
- clogged arteries (arteriosclerosis)
- muscular soreness and/or spasms
- inability to cope with stress
- memory loss
- lack of energy
- chronic and acute migraines
- dangerous cholesterol levels