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Not for nothing is this the gold standard in Mag Chloride
on April 5, 2017
My whole magnesium journey started because my bones were hurting, and I had a sore arm from fingertip to spine that I thought was carpal tunnel. I tried everything, and to make a long story short, I read an article by Dr. Axe about carpal tunnel, magnesium and B12 to "cure" it. I didn't realize it could be cured, and the more I looked I learned that magnesium could be used.....then I download and read Dr. Carolyn Dean's amazing Magnesium Miracle book, and in the first few pages, I knew what my problem was. I ran right out to GNC and got their product, then went online and got another mag oil product.
The results I got were nothing short of phenomenal. Magnesium Chloride has been a real game changer for me. Yes, when you use it initially, mag oil stings. But after your body becomes accustomed to it, it doesn't sting. I put it on my stomach and rib cage because I get inflammation on my abdominal sheath that is so painful I used to have to take all my clothes off. It's called "Mentarisis" (not sure of the spelling), and it's an inflammation of the abdominal wall muscles. I went to the ER a couple of years ago with it, but I've had it for years. The doctors "don't know how you get it; and they only can give you steroids to fix it. Now that I'm using this product, I'm thinking back to the ER event, and saying to myself, Really? Really? They don't know anything about magnesium? Transdermal magnesium is huge muscle relaxer and they don't get it?
In my mind, I think my condition was nothing more than a magnesium deficiency, and now that I've been taking the magnesium for about two weeks, many things have improved, which makes me believe I've been deficient for a very very long time. And then I realized .... people just don't put their declining health and energy together with a magnesium deficiency. They think, "potassium", "Vitamin B or D", "protein"...NEVER magnesium.
And magnesium helps your bones...a lot...it eases arthritis pain. I was taking D3 and honestly wondering why my bones were hurting. My arm throbbed at night and I couldn't sleep--3 days after supplementation, I took the brace off for good.
I was and am so pleased by my results I want to share it with everyone, and I created an 8 page "background paper" on topical magnesium based on everything I knew. Then I decided I wanted to give this away to my friends and especially older, arthritic people who don't know any better than their arthritis can be eased, and maybe reversed (check Rex Newnham's research on Boron, and prepare to be amazed and embarrased. Rex showed how arthritis could be kept in check with 6mg boron a day).
I knew Ancient Minerals was the "gold standard" in Mag Chloride but I didn't know why. It appears to me it's more concentrated. 1 Teaspoon = 560mg magnesium.
To me, that means less liquid does more, (I consider this a bargain).
So, I bought the 8oz spray for myself, and a bunch of 2 oz dropper bottles, and this big jug of Ancient Minerals. I'm going to make samples to give away with my little "magnesium book". So others can learn what I have learned, and hopefully start feeling way better. What good is a miracle if you can't share and use it to help someone else with it--and maybe get them off the medications that....uh....deplete magnesium and aggravate the symptoms? What were we put on this planet for except to help each other?
I'll never be without some form of this product ever again. I'm going to tell everyone about it, and give away samples, and I'm going to get smarter and better about my boron levels so that I can keep the arthritis at bay.
I'm using 400-700mg (total) 3-4 times a day.