What is Magnesium Spray?

Magnesium spray is certainly making its rounds in the health and wellness world right now, but if you havenít yet been clued into its benefits, you might be wondering why on earth youíd want magnesium in a spray bottle. Itís no secret that magnesium is good for you. But what you might not know is that just because you consume magnesium, thereís no guarantee that youíll absorb it properly and reap its benefits. Hereís what you need to know.

Health Benefits of Magnesium

Magnesium is a super important mineral for human health. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, itís particularly vital for the health of the kidneys, muscular system and heart. It plays an important role in activating enzymes that keep everything functioning properly.

Magnesium deficiency can lead to all manner of health issues, including muscle twitching (when you get that little eye twitch, it is often because of a magnesium deficiency), feeling stressed, muscle soreness and poor sleep.

Why Magnesium Spray?

Many health gurus claim that modern-day humans are often deficient in magnesium because of the lack of the mineral in modern soil. For this reason, a lot of people supplement with magnesium on a regular basis.

However, when it comes to nutrients, absorption is just as important as consumption. You can consume magnesium on a regular basis, but if itís not being absorbed properly by your body, you arenít going to reap its many benefits.

ďIt has been found that magnesium, despite being available in many dietary sources, is not best absorbed orally,Ē explains Dr. Axe. Magnesium taken orally is affected by a number of elements in your gut, and can also act as a laxative, which reduces the amount of time the mineral can be absorbed in the body.Ē

By applying magnesium to your skin, it can be absorbed transdermally. For many people, this is actually more effective than taking an oral supplement.

How to Make Your Own Magnesium Spray

You can purchase magnesium spray online, but itís also perfectly easy to DIY it at home. Itís also sometimes referred to as magnesium oil.

Wellness Mama, a popular natural lifestyle blog, recommends combining half a cup of magnesium chloride flakes with half a cup of distilled water. You can spray it directly on your skin, pat it in, and enjoy the effects of a healthy magnesium boost.

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Melania Padilla1 years ago

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Chevy R.1 years ago

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