Ever heard of taking Magnesium through the skin?

Ever heard of taking Magnesium through the skin?

Author -  Good Health

Salt has been mined throughout most of Earth’s recorded history. We know it mostly for its ability to add flavour to food, but magnesium salts (in the form of magnesium chloride) have demonstrated a remarkable ability to introduce magnesium into the body through topical application – also known as transdermal magnesium therapy (transdermal refers to applying it through the skin in the form of a cream or oil for therapeutic benefits).

Magnesium chloride, that’s mined from deep beneath the Zechstein Sea (2 miles below the earth’s crust) is considered the purist form of magnesium chloride in the world. It is believed to be capable of restoring magnesium levels in the cells of the body through transdermal use. When cells are normalised in this way, it can have many positive health benefits such as a decrease in muscle and joint pain, and relaxation of tight and tense muscles.

The Relaxation Mineral

Think of magnesium as the relaxation mineral. Anything that is tight, irritable, cramping, and stiff could be a sign of magnesium deficiency. There are many other symptoms of deficiency.

Magnesium is one of the most important minerals in the body and is responsible for over 300 enzyme reactions. It is found in all of your tissues — but mainly in your bones, muscles and brain. You must have it for your cells to make energy and to help muscles relax.


Use magnesium cream for: 

  • Muscle aches and pains
  • Joint aches
  • Muscles and joint stiffness
  • Cramps and twitches
  • Tight muscles
  • Physical performance and recovery
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Pre-menstrual cramps and period pain

The benefits of using magnesium in the form of a cream:

  • The skin is the body’s largest organ and it is also very absorbent. Applying magnesium to the skin is a quick and effective way of getting magnesium into the body.
  • Magnesium cream can be applied directly to the area needed e.g. aching neck or legs muscles. This allows the magnesium to be absorbed exactly where it’s needed.
  • The absorption of oral magnesium can be poor in some people if they have a weak digestive system or have a health condition like Celiac or Crohns disease where absorbing nutrients can be difficult for the body. Administering magnesium through the skin in the form of a cream bypasses the digestive system (gastro-intestinal tract) allowing nutrients to get into the target area without having to rely on an effective digestive process.
  • No Laxative effect. Some people with sensitive systems find that some magnesium supplements can have a laxative effect. Administering magnesium into the body via the skin won’t have that effect.
  • Many people of various ages find it difficult to swallow pills. If you aren’t able to swallow magnesium tablets then try magnesium cream.
  • This type of application is suitable for just about anyone of any age. (People with sensitive skin should always try a test patch first.)
  • Ideal for active people and sports people. Many active people suffer from tired, tight, aching muscles and cramps. Muscles require adequate levels of magnesium to help the muscle fibres to relax properly. Without it, muscles become tight and tense and what better way than to assist tired aching muscles than to massage magnesium cream into them?

If you have tight, cramping, stiff or painful joints and muscles, apply Good Health Magnesium Cream to the affected area. Magnesium Cream also has added organic oils to soothe and relax. For more comprehensive support, also consider Good Health Organic Magnesium Ultra and Good Health Turmeric 15800 Complex.

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Ever heard of taking Magnesium through the skin?

Salt has been mined throughout most of Earth’s recorded history. We know it mostly for its ability to add flavour to food, but magnesium salts (in the form of magnesium chloride) have demonstrated a remarkable ability to introduce magnesium into the body through topical application – also known as transdermal magnesium therapy (transdermal refers to applying it through the skin in the form of a cream or oil for therapeutic benefits). Magnesium chloride, that’s mined from deep beneath the Zechstein Sea (2 miles below the earth’s crust) is considered the purist form of magnesium chloride in the world. It is believed to be capable of restoring magnesium levels in the cells of the body through transdermal use. When cells are normalised in this way, it can have many positive health benefits such as a decrease in muscle and joint pain, and relaxation of tight and tense muscles.

The Relaxation Mineral

Think of magnesium as the relaxation mineral. Anything that is tight, irritable, cramping, and stiff could be a sign of magnesium deficiency. There are many other symptoms of deficiency.

Magnesium is one of the most important minerals in the body and is responsible for over 300 enzyme reactions. It is found in all of your tissues — but mainly in your bones, muscles and brain. You must have it for your cells to make energy and to help muscles relax.


Use magnesium cream for: 

  • Muscle aches and pains
  • Joint aches
  • Muscles and joint stiffness
  • Cramps and twitches
  • Tight muscles
  • Physical performance and recovery
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Pre-menstrual cramps and period pain

The benefits of using magnesium in the form of a cream:

  • The skin is the body’s largest organ and it is also very absorbent. Applying magnesium to the skin is a quick and effective way of getting magnesium into the body.
  • Magnesium cream can be applied directly to the area needed e.g. aching neck or legs muscles. This allows the magnesium to be absorbed exactly where it’s needed.
  • The absorption of oral magnesium can be poor in some people if they have a weak digestive system or have a health condition like Celiac or Crohns disease where absorbing nutrients can be difficult for the body. Administering magnesium through the skin in the form of a cream bypasses the digestive system (gastro-intestinal tract) allowing nutrients to get into the target area without having to rely on an effective digestive process.
  • No Laxative effect. Some people with sensitive systems find that some magnesium supplements can have a laxative effect. Administering magnesium into the body via the skin won’t have that effect.
  • Many people of various ages find it difficult to swallow pills. If you aren’t able to swallow magnesium tablets then try magnesium cream.
  • This type of application is suitable for just about anyone of any age. (People with sensitive skin should always try a test patch first.)
  • Ideal for active people and sports people. Many active people suffer from tired, tight, aching muscles and cramps. Muscles require adequate levels of magnesium to help the muscle fibres to relax properly. Without it, muscles become tight and tense and what better way than to assist tired aching muscles than to massage magnesium cream into them?

If you have tight, cramping, stiff or painful joints and muscles, apply Good Health Magnesium Cream to the affected area. Magnesium Cream also has added organic oils to soothe and relax. For more comprehensive support, also consider Good Health Organic Magnesium Ultra and Good Health Turmeric 15800 Complex.

Ever heard of taking Magnesium through the skin?

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