That probable solution is magnesium oil. It’s actually just magnesium chloride in water, but it has an oil-like texture, hence the name. This is for topical (transdermal) magnesium supplementation, which is good because oral magnesium isn’t absorbed very well at all and usually just leaves your system unabsorbed. (It attaches to water in the colon and goes bye bye.) This is a relatively new method, so I’ve heard. Magnesium in general is a potent nervous system regulator. It’s nature’s calcium channel blocker, and it has relaxing effects. It soothes muscle and back pain, relieves arthritis, and may also help with insomnia and depression due to its serotonin-raising activity. It gives you more energy and endurance and makes you more impervious to stress. (You lose magnesium when experiencing stress, so people under much stress could especially use it to restore levels.) I read that most Americans are deficient in magnesium, but this deficiency is difficult to detect because blood tests are useless. It’s better to just experiment and see if you feel any better, since the stuff is quite safe.
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