Transdermal Magnesium is highly absorbable, fast acting, provides instant relief and increases Magnesium Levels without causing stomach upset.
Used daily, our transdermal magnesium pain relief creams and body butters will replenish and stabilize your magnesium levels so you can be at your absolute best. If you know you are going to have a busy day, a stressful week or intense work out, start in advance by applying more transdermal magnesium products to keep your body and brain in the game!
"Even though Mg (magnesium) is by far the least abundant serum electrolyte, it is extremely important for the metabolism of Ca, K, P, Zn, Cu, Fe, Na, Pb, Cd, HCl, acetylcholine, and nitric oxide (NO), for many enzymes, for the intracellular homeostasis and for activation of thiamine and therefore, for a very wide gamut of crucial body functions.
Unfortunately, magnesium absorption and elimination depend on a very large number of variables, at least one of which often goes awry, leading to a Mg deficiency that can present with many signs and symptoms. Mg absorption requires plenty of Mg in the diet, Se, parathyroid hormone (PTH) and vitamins B6 and D. Furthermore, it is hindered by excess fat. On the other hand, Mg levels are decreased by excess ethanol, salt, phosphoric acid (sodas) and coffee intake, by profuse sweating, by intense, prolonged stress, by excessive menstruation and vaginal flux, by diuretics and other drugs and by certain parasites (pinworms).
It is highly regrettable that the deficiency of such an inexpensive, low-toxicity nutrient result in diseases that cause incalculable suffering and expense throughout the world.
The very small probability that all the variables affecting magnesium levels will behave favorably, results in a high probability of a gradually intensifying magnesium deficiency. It is highly regrettable that the deficiency of such an inexpensive, low-toxicity nutrient result in diseases that cause incalculable suffering and expense throughout the world. The range of pathologies associated with magnesium deficiency is staggering: hypertension (cardiovascular disease, kidney and liver damage, etc.), peroxynitrite damage (migraine, multiple sclerosis, glaucoma, Alzheimers disease, etc.), recurrent bacterial infection due to low levels of nitric oxide in the cavities (sinuses, vagina, middle ear, lungs, throat, etc.), fungal infections due to a depressed immune system, thiamine deactivation (low gastric acid, behavioral disorders, etc.), premenstrual syndrome, Ca deficiency (osteoporosis, hypertension, mood swings, etc.), tooth cavities, hearing loss, diabetes type II, cramps, muscle weakness, impotence (lack of NO), aggression (lack of NO), fibromas, K deficiency (arrhythmia, hypertension, some forms of cancer), Fe (iron) accumulation, etc.
Finally, because there are so many variables involved in the magnesium metabolism, evaluating the effect of magnesium in many diseases has frustrated many researchers who have simply tried supplementation with magnesium, without undertaking the task of ensuring its absorption and preventing excessive elimination, rendering the study of magnesium deficiency much more difficult than for most other nutrients.”