As we are often low in magnesium - 80% of adults tested have low levels. This body butter (creamy mousse consistency) is useful for cramps, sore and tight muscles, plus helpful for relaxing and aiding in a restful sleep, and it may be helpful in treating depression.
This body mousse rubs in beautifully and is a gentle, easy way to get regular magnesium. plus it leaves your skin soft!
Great for those with sensitive skin, children or mature skin.
100% natural and free from nasties.
Magnesium is an essential mineral:
Used in 300 reactions in the body
Important for bone health
Helps keep blood pressure normal
Promotes restful sleep
Good for muscle strength
Needed for vitamin D assimilation
Aids in weight loss
Helpful for pregnancy (the need for magnesium increases during pregnancy!)
Magnesium to treat depression:
Research suggests that depression and magnesium deficiency are linked. Magnesium deficiency can cause agitation and severe anxiety coupled with feelings of depression.
Symptoms of a magnesium deficiency include anxiety, insomnia, irritability, confusion, abnormal heart rhythms, hyperventilation, agitation, nausea, fatigue, muscle spasms, low blood pressure, vomiting, and seizures.
Your magnesium levels may be depleted by too much coffee, soda, salt, alcohol, or diuretics. It can also be lowered by excessive sweating, heavy menstrual periods, and long-term stress.
How To Get Enough Magnesium
Unfortunately, magnesium is often not well absorbed by the digestive tract, and is even more difficult to absorb if you are deficient or are low in vitamin D, have poor gut bacteria or suffer from a number of other conditions. On top of that, most foods are depleted of their natural magnesium levels and the water supply is lacking also. For this reason, we use topical magnesium supplementation for our family.
The best way to supplement with magnesium, is by using it on the skin, where it is absorbed more directly to the cells. This is not only the safest way, since the body will only use what is needed, but the most effective.
Unlike internal doses of magnesium, topical magnesium does not have to pass through the digestive system and kidneys and can more quickly enter the blood and tissues of the body.
Want to know more? Read our blog on Magnesium and its important role in your body.
Directions for use:
Rub in a little of the mousse as needed for tight muscles, or apply to the soles of the feet before bed to aid with sleep and relaxation. Magnesium oil can tingle when used for the first time, apply a test patch at first an increase as needed. Don't apply to broken skin.
Magnesium chloride oil, organic raw coconut oil, organic shea butter, organic aloe vera gel, olive wax, arnica oil, horopito and comfrey extracts, natural preservative (benzoin based), lavender essential oil
Made in New Zealand