I am often asked a question: “How can I make my own magnesium oil? What would be the ratio of water to the flakes?”
Here is what my supplier who is a scientist says:
“The flakes are 47% magnesium chloride, and about 50.5% water. A 33%
solution means that there will be 33% magnesium chloride.
So, 100 grams of flakes (which contain 50.5 grams of water) will need an
extra 42 grams of water. (1g of water equals 1ml of water)
The 47 grams of magnesium chloride will then be dissolved in 142 grams of
solution, giving the 33% strength that is required.
This can be scaled up to a convenient batch size – every kilogram of flakes
will require 420 grams of water to be added.”
Dry and sensitive skin types may react to such a highly concentrated solution, by getting dry and irritated. If this is the case, magnesium oil can be diluted with water even further, to make a solution suitable for the skin type.
Good luck with it!
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1. Where can I buy magnesium products? – http://www.saltsclaysminerals.com
2. Learn more about and book Far Infrared Magnesium (and other minerals wrap treatments in London, UK – http://www.purenaturecures.com
3. Learn more about and book the TRAINING (online and/or in person) to be able to do the treatment on yourself and customers – http://www.courses.purenaturecures.com