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What for magnesium deficiency?

what a magnesium deficiency

A few years ago, thanks to the prescribed medicine for cystitis, I washed away magnesium from my body. Later it turned out that I am allergic to this drug, but not about it today, but about magnesium. I started taking magnesium with potassium, magnesium spasm and other inventions.

Nothing helped, cramps took me in both legs at the same time (thighs and calves). I cried out like never before. I could not sleep. The only position in which I did not take cramps was sleeping in a sitting position or with a large lift under my knees. I have never experienced anything like this. I couldn't walk, I couldn't sleep. I prayed that it would pass.

Magnesium oil for what helps?

He came to my aid magnesium oilwho was recommended by several people on one of the internet forums. Magnesium oil is sprayed directly onto the skin, as is known through the skin to be absorbed faster and more effectively than when using tablets. In the case of extreme magnesium deficiencies, you can spray up to several doses at a time. I apply magnesium oil before bedtime (4 splashes) to the bends of my arms and legs. If I feel that a contraction wants to catch me somewhere, I spray this place 2 times and rub in the oil for a few seconds.

Magnesium oil dosage

According to the manufacturer's instructions, the dosage looks like this: 1ml Zechstein saturated magnesium chloride solution contains 103mg pure magnesium. In the Swanson product, Magnesium oil 1ml is 8 full of atomizer presses. For example, 8 showers fall on 1ml concentrated magnesium oil (31% RDA), 32 showers provide 412mg pure magnesium.

Itching after applying magnesium oil

At the first application, itching may occur. This is completely normal. That is why at the beginning it is worth to mix a little oil with water. Itching after application does not occur in everyone. However, if you have delicate or thin skin, you can expect this to happen.

Where to buy magnesium oil?

Since the time I use magnesium oil, the contractions have passed. It is worth taking an interest in this product, the more that magnesium is better absorbed in this form than tablets sold in pharmacies. I bought Swanson magnesium oil at the Gemini online pharmacy. It cost about PLN 40 / 237 ml. The product is very effective and efficient.


  1. Avatar Anonymous 11 January 2017 / 09: 19

    I used live magnesium salt with magnesium deficiency. I added her to the bath.

    • Avatar [Email protected] 12 January 2017 / 07: 35

      Unfortunately, I don't have a bathtub, so it falls off 😀

  2. Avatar Ewa Sobania 27 October 2016 / 10: 32

    I have to try what because I have a permanent magnesium deficiency?

    • Avatar [Email protected] 27 October 2016 / 10: 46

      If you lack magnesium - this is definitely a product for you 🙂

  3. Avatar healthystyle.pl 27 October 2016 / 10: 06

    Interesting product, I've never heard of such a thing before. I need to take a closer look at him, because he would definitely be of use to my husband, who sometimes catches leg cramps at night.

    • Avatar [Email protected] 27 October 2016 / 10: 28

      I also had this problem. Fortunately, it doesn't concern me anymore 🙂

  4. Avatar Cosmetic World 27 October 2016 / 09: 29

    I haven't heard of him before. I often have magnesium deficiencies and I have to buy it

  5. Avatar Anonymous 13 October 2016 / 09: 26

    In addition to magnesium oil, you can also drink such magnesium .. instead of tablets that are not absorbed completely?

    • Avatar [Email protected] 27 October 2016 / 10: 28

      Magnesium oil can not be drunk. It is for external use only. I don't know what magnesium to drink?

  6. Avatar Patrycja Janicka 12 October 2016 / 21: 02

    Oh, I have not heard of this oil, always tablets and pills, maybe it's worth trying for a change 🙂

  7. Avatar paulina 12 October 2016 / 18: 23

    I usually take magnesium tablets and it's ok :)

  8. Avatar Żaneta G. 12 October 2016 / 15: 00

    Oh look Interesting. Sometimes I also have cramps. But I have never heard of such a way. Life surprises me more and more. 😉

  9. Avatar 100club.pl 12 October 2016 / 08: 21

    Also, I have never heard of this preparation, but I will gladly try, because I also have a lack of magnesium and cramps that I can not cope with.

    • Avatar [Email protected] 12 October 2016 / 13: 28

      I don't have this problem anymore. Fortunately, because that story was terrible 🙁

  10. Avatar sandra 12 October 2016 / 07: 56

    I agree with Anonymous. Making magnesium oil yourself is child's play and costs pennies. Magnesium chloride is sugar-like crystals. Just mix the heated water with magnesium chloride and it's ready. You can add your favorite essential oils for fragrance or use herbal infusion or hydrolate instead of pure water.

    • Avatar [Email protected] 12 October 2016 / 12: 50

      Great, I didn't know it was that simple. When I finish this packaging I will do it myself :))

    • Avatar [Email protected] 12 October 2016 / 13: 29

      Try - certainly better absorbed than all these supplements 😉

  11. Avatar Anonymous 11 October 2016 / 18: 26

    Is it cheaper to buy magnesium and distilled water and make magnesium oil yourself?

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