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Magnesium Oil Benefits

Very few people know that Magnesium is the most abundant ions present in living cells and its plasma.

It plays a pivotal role in human body. This mineral acts as a catalyst for many biochemical processes inside our body especially in energy production.

Some studies suggested that a healthy human weighing 70kg contains about 21.0 -29.0 gram of magnesium.

Low level of magnesium can cause high blood pressure, osteoporosis, diabetes, etc. Let’s explore some more facts on what is magnesium and what is magnesium good for?

In nature, Magnesium exists in three forms.

  • Magnesium Chloride, usually found in Sea Bed
  • Magnesite (Magnesium Carbonate), the insoluble rock salt
  • In plant as the central element in chlorophyll

Natural sources of Magnesium include green leafy vegetables (Spinach), peanuts, barley, nuts, beans, etc.

In the case of magnesium deficiency, consumption of magnesium-rich food or using magnesium oil is recommended. Magnesium cream can also be used but only after consulting doctors.

Symptoms of magnesium deficiency include fatigue, headaches, insomnia (sleeping disorder), cramps, muscle pain, etc. Depression is the common symptom of magnesium deficiency.

Those having an acute deficiency of magnesium have to rely on transdermal magnesium therapy.

Health Benefits of Magnesium

Let’s have a look at some of the Magnesium Health benefits.

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  • Sleeping disorder

Magnesium is popular for its use in treating insomnia ( sleeping disorder). Research have shown that Magnesium has a relaxing and calming effect. It is helpful for sound sleep. Magnesium intake also helped people suffering from PLMS (Periodic Limb Movement during Sleep) and RLS ( Restless Legs Syndrome).

  • Blood Sugar

A poor amount of magnesium is observed among hypertensive and diabetes mellitus patient. It is found that insulin relies on Magnesium concentration to control blood sugar level. A magnesium supplement can reduce the incidence of type 2 diabetes . It can also improve arterial stiffness in overweight and obese people.

  • Skin Care

Applying magnesium on your skin can help to stimulate your skin and cleansing it. Studies have shown that some magnesium salt can accelerate skin barrier recovery.

  • Hearing Loss

Magnesium can improve the hearing loss condition. It is effective in both temporary as well as permanent hearing loss. It can limit the cochlear (auditory portion of the inner ear) damage due to acoustic trauma.

  • Stimulates Muscle activity

It is believed that magnesium enhances the contraction and relaxation of smooth muscle fibers. Deficiency of magnesium can lead to muscle cramps. Due to this reason many athletes prefer rubbing magnesium oil on strained muscles. A diet low in Magnesium can impair the growth of lean body mass

  • Enhance bone density

Regular consumption of magnesium with other vitamins can improve the bone density. Some research suggested that Magnesium based bone adhesive can recover bone injuries fast. Magnesium also regulates active calcium (chief constitute for bone) transport.

  • Nervous System

It is observed that Mg+2 has a significant role in neural responses. The exact role of Mg+2 in the Nervous system is unknown, but the evidence says that it is responsible for transmitting nerve signals. Few studies have also suggested that Mg+2 has the potential to control neuronal excitability.

  • Cure Asthma

The asthmatic patient can be benefited with Magnesium. During Asthmatic attacks, there is an irregular contraction of the bronchi smooth muscles. Magnesium indirectly regulates the contraction and relaxation of this bronchi smooth muscles. Regular intake of Magnesium can reduce the incidence of Asthmatic attack. There are also data’s that supports the role of magnesium chloride in asthma. Magnesium chloride benefits are even extended to the Cellular detoxification and tissue purification as well.

  • Hair Loss

Magnesium is used as a combination drug for treating Hair Loss. It is also known for its Anti-inflammatory properties. It can reduce the inflammation caused due to excess dandruff.

  • Magnesium for cancer

Regular massage with magnesium can help reduce the stress hormone known as cortisol. Cortisol can suppress body immune system leading to various complications like cancer, premature death, depression, etc. Studies have shown that magnesium intake can be helpful in primary prevention of Pancreatic Cancer.

  • Relieves from pain

Magnesium has the ability to reduce the pain. Controlled administration of magnesium can help reducing the analgesic quantity given to the patient during pre and post-operative periods. Topical Magnesium cream treatment can lead to the speedy recovery of lesion or rashes.

Magnesium oil can help relieve joint pain. It is also used in mouthwash to relieve from a toothache and bleeding gums. For muscular pain, it can be directly applied to muscles.

  • Cures Migraine

It is observed that Magnesium is an essential constituent for various brain functions. Any imbalance to this constituent can trigger Migraine Pains. Magnesium can be effective in Acute Migraine Pains.

  • Stops hiccups

Rubbing of magnesium oil on the feet helps to reduce the hiccups.

Best Food that are rich sources of Magnesium

Europe’s ocean-bed has some purest form of Magnesium. Some of the dietary magnesium include.

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  • Dark leafy greens (Raw Spinach)
  • Nuts and Seeds ( Pumpkin and Squash seeds)
  • Fish (Mackerel)
  • Bananas
  • Dark chocolate
  • Low-fat yogurt
  • Avocados
  • Brown Rice
  • Lentils and Beans.

How to use Magnesium Oil for maximum absorption

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Magnesium oil is less popular than its edible source. This is because for Magnesium more people rely on food source rather than oil. But Magnesium oil can be equally effective to fulfill your daily magnesium requirement. Here are some tips to use Magnesium Oil

  • Right before your exercise apply magnesium oil
  • Have a magnesium oil bath or foot soak
  • Oil-spray magnesium directly to the skin surface like armpits
  • Brush your teeth with magnesium oil or use it as a mouth-wash

How to use Magnesium Oil

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Magnesium oil is referred for the highly saturated solution of magnesium chloride in water.

There is no pre-defined standard set for the usage of Magnesium Oil. However, about 30-60 ml of magnesium oil spray directly to the skin is considered ideal. It can help to restore the cells that are deficient in magnesium. This is a good Magnesium Oil with Aleovera.

What  to avoid  while using Magnesium Oil

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  • While using magnesium oil make sure you are not using any other lotion or cream. This can hinder the absorption of the magnesium oil by the skin.
  • Do not apply too much-concentrated magnesium. There is no clear sign of magnesium oil side effects but may cause rashes.
  • Topical application of magnesium in excess may give burning sensation
  • Patient who are on cardiovascular drugs, should take Magnesium under Physician supervision. It may cause some serious complication if not supervised.

Applying 1-2oz daily on the body is considered ideal

Applying magnesium oil definitely helps to meet the magnesium requirement, but food source should not be ignored.

How to make Magnesium Oil

  • ½ cup of Magnesium Chloride Flakes
  • ½ cup distilled water
  • Boil at normal temperature and Stir it well until the flakes dissolved
  • Leave it for 15 minutes to cool off

Well, here we have listed some useful benefits of Magnesium and its deficiency outcomes. Magnesium is just like other trace elements found in less quantity but huge in its action.

About the author

    Dorothy Gusmus

    Hi, I am Dorothy Gusmus. Chief editor at HealthUnify.