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Home-made Magnesium Oil

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Ingredients

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Glass Spray Bottle
Ingredients
1/2 cup Magnesium flakes
1/2 cup Water

Home-made Magnesium Oil

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Magnesium is important for healthy bone formation, regulating blood pressure, maintaining heart health, energy production and nerve functions. Magnesium supplements can either be taken orally or it can be absorbed through the skin. I like to take full body and footbaths in magnesium, but when I have cramps I find using a spray bottle a lot more convenient. Despite the name magnesium oil is actually just a mixture of magnesium sulphate flakes and water. This spray can be used for period cramps, sore muscles, migraine relief, oily skin and to improve sleep. It is also the perfect gift for work out addicts and expecting mothers.

To make the spray either magnesium chloride or sulphate can be used. Magnesium sulphate is also called epsom salt and while it does contain magnesium, magnesium chloride is more easily available for absorption. I personally only use magnesium chloride flakes, which are available in most pharmacies and online on iHerb. For 5% off your order use code RDD731.

An alternative to making magnesium oil at home is to buy it, it is available in pharmacies and on iHerb. I prefer the home-made version as it turns out a lot cheaper, it can be stored in a glass bottle and it is also possible to increase or decrease the amount of magnesium used depending on how the skin reacts. When first using magnesium sulphate it might slightly irritate the skin, however after several uses the skin gets used to it. Before I use the magnesium spray I make sure that my skin is clean and free from sweat, body lotions and other oils for maximum absorption.

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Steps

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Add the water and magnesium flakes into a bowl until the magnesium dissolved fully.

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Take a funnel and fill the mixture into the spray bottle.

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Note: Due to the water expiring the magnesium oil should be fully used within a month.

Eliza Birg

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