Percentage of Mg in magnesium chloride anhydrous = 25.5%,
Actual content: 12%
Magnesium Chloride as with Sodium Chloride, occurs in abundance in seawater. Magnesium Chloride is harvested from these natural sources and serves as precursor to other magnesium compounds
Magnesium chloride is most commonly used for dust control and road stabilization. Its second-most common use is ice control. In addition to the production of magnesium metal, magnesium chloride also is used for a variety of other applications: fertilizer, mineral supplement for animals, wastewater treatment, wallboard, artificial seawater, feed supplement, textiles, paper, fireproofing agents, cements and refrigeration brine.
Health Care Applications
Magnesium chloride also is used in several medical and skin related applications. It has been used in pills as supplemental sources of magnesium, as it is more bioavailable than other Magnesium compounds such as Magnesium Hydroxide and Magnesium Oxide.
Magnesium is one of the vital trace elements that is needed to maintain the proper functioning of a healthy body. Magnesium plays a role in over 300 biochemical reactions that regulate our health and wellness. Magnesium deficiency is linked to many diet related diseases: Hypertension and Cardiovascular Disease, Coronary Heart Disease, Metabolic Syndrome, Stroke, Osteoporosis,
Decreased insulin sensitivity, Asthma, Migraines and headaches, Inflammation, Endothelial Dysfunction, Impairment of exercise performance, Gastrointestinal issues.
The Office of Dietary Supplements recommends optimum levels are 400–420 milligrams for men and 310–320 milligrams for women daily.
Blend 1:1 with water.
In topical applications, Magnesium Chloride can be easily absorbed by the skin cells, it improves skin hydration as well as speeds up wound healing processes. Topical application is effected with a 35% solution of Magnesium Chloride in water known as Magnesium Oil, due to the oily texture of the solution.
Magnesium Oil is an effectively treatment for symptoms such as:
1. Psoriasis, Eczema, Dermatitis, and sensitive skin in both children and adult.
2. Stress, joint pain, sore and tight muscles, and skin inflammation.
3. Oily skin, acne.
Magnesium Oil is used for:
1. Sports performance and workout recovery
2. Migraine Relief
3. Regulating diabetes
4. Regulating hypertension
5. Skin conditions as stated above.
6. Stress relief and general well-being
7. Sleep improvement
How to apply
Magnesium Oil should be applied regularly and consistently over a period of time it takes time to increase magnesium levels that is absorbed. Constantly monitor the effectiveness to ensure that the optimum dosage is used to achieve the best efficacy.