Updated: Aug 2, 2019
Most of us have aches and pains, even if they’re only occasional.
But for some of us, muscle and joint pain can be a daily struggle. When you’re having a flair up, often the typical response is to reach for your medicine cabinet and grab ibuprofen or aspirin.
While convenient, and sometimes helpful, these drugs can wreak havoc on your body and are associated with some pretty negative potential side effects.
Magnesium oil on the other hand is an effective pain reliever that’s 100% natural, with minimal potential for unwanted side effects.
You may be familiar with the pain-relieving benefits of epsom salt baths. Magnesium oil takes these benefits to the next level because it is magnesium chloride based, which is more easily absorbed by the body than traditional epsom salt. Supplementing with magnesium oil can reduce pain and inflammation, and cultivate tissue regeneration. (1)
Reasons to start spraying:
1) Kerri Knox, RN has seen the topical application of magnesium oil provide relief for back pain, tendonitis, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
2) Dr. Steven Gundry attests that massaging magnesium oil onto legs can minimize leg cramps, sore muscles, and restless leg syndrome.
3) According to Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, the use of magnesium can remedy both muscle and nerve pain. It is a natural muscle relaxer,and can help reduce NDMA which is a chemical in the body that creates pain. (2)
Pain can come in a variety of forms. And often, chronic pain doctors see wonderful results when their patients start consistently supplementing with magnesium.
If you’re short on time, magnesium oil applied directly to your skin is an incredibly effective supplementation method. Or, if you’ve got some time to soak, try adding some magnesium bath flakes to a warm bath and soaking the pain away.
Ready to see for yourself? Let us know how it goes!