I used Magnesium Oil everyday for 3 years | Magnesium benefits | pain relief

I used Magnesium Oil everyday for 3 years | Magnesium benefits | pain relief

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I still apply magnesium oil everyday because of the great health benefits of magnesium. In this video I explain why I do it and how it has changed my health for the better. Including no more migraines, now I know I know how to stop cramps. It is also good for pain relief.

I have read that 80 % of people are short of magnesium.

My book:

From the book:
– a key to unlock many locks

Getting my magnesium levels back up has been the single most effective thing of solving a variety of health issues I was having. In fact of everyone I know who was having a variety of health issues getting enough magnesium into their systems has transformed things. Make sure you read up on this, understand why it is SO important, and then take action right now.

There is plenty of information about cancer patients being low on magnesium – this is referred to as hypo-magnesia.

Magnesium is VITAL for cellular health.  It is worth reading up on this amazing mineral and then making sure you have enough available to you. I have read that to 1300 enzyme reactions rely on it, and I have read that is 325 reactions.  Whatever the number this one mineral is absolutely critical to life and yet it is largely ignored by the allopathic medical profession. Well, they would, it is cheap, easily available and cannot be patented.

 Research indicates that up to 80% of people are magnesium deficient.

Start immediately with magnesium oil (magnesium chloride and water 50/50) applied to your skin. You don’t have to buy it ready mixed, buy a big bag on eBay and dilute it with filtered water and save yourself a fortune.  Soak yourself in it every day.  This is the fastest way to replenish your magnesium levels.  Even with this, it could take  3-4 months or longer to get levels back up to normal levels.  (If you have problems with kidney function take some medical advice from someone who really understands magnesium properly.) You should pay attention to getting plenty of vitamins B6 and D.

I have read in many places it can help in cases like ADHD and autism

Here is a list of some of the common symptoms that are results of low magnesium levels. It is not a complete list. I have marked a ** next to each that I had that has now gone away)

• Muscle cramps or twitches **
• Insomnia
• Irritability
• Sensitivity to loud noises **
• Anxiety **
• Autism
• Palpitations **
• Angina
• Constipation
• Anal spasms **
• Headaches **
• Migraines **
• Fibromyalgia
• Chronic fatigue
• Asthma
• Kidney stones
• Diabetes
• Obesity
• Osteoporosis
• High blood pressure
• Menstrual cramps
• Irritable bladder
• Irritable bowel syndrome
• Reflux
• Trouble swallowing **

Magnesium deficiency has even has been linked to inflammation in the body and higher CRP levels.

Some start points for you with magnesium chloride:


Inflammation and Pain Management with Magnesium

I have not read all of this site. It seems to have some well researched information from the 1980 from a hospital in New York.

Early Roots of Cardiovascular, Skeletal and Renal Abnormalities

As you read up about magnesium you can start to understand that many of the health problems we experience not just because we are short of magnesium and a large number of reactions it’s involved with, but also because I believe that calcification throughout the body is causing many of the health problems people are having. Adequate magnesium can counteract this.

Calcium is used to contract muscles, magnesium to relax them.

Lack of magnesium makes for weaker teeth – yet we are always told you need more calcium. Most people in the West have too much calcium in their diet, and too little by far of magnesium and this leads to many of the health problems.

The kit I use:
Canon M50D:
Spare batteries and USB charger:
67mm ND filter:
Adapter for ND filter to kit lens:

Zhiyun Crane V2:


Sony Studio Pro MDR-7506 headphones:
The music and sounds effects I use:

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