Magnesium and the human body
Magnesium is a substance found everywhere in nature. The human body, on average, contains 28 g of magnesium of which more than half is found in the bones. It plays an essential role in many physical processes. Excess magnesium is immediately expelled by the body. However, many people have a deficiency, rather than an excess of magnesium. This applies to 30% - 50% of the population of the western world.
A magnesium deficiency can lead to various symptoms. Most often, these are aching feet, muscle cramps and/or listlessness. Ignoring these symptoms can lead to more serious disorders. Magnesium deficiency has been linked to depression as well as heart- and coronary disease and rheumatic disorders.
The best way in which to combat a magnesium deficiency is by applying it to the skin. Dissolved magnesium penetrates the skin and makes its way straight to the cells, where it immediately does its therapeutic work.
Small doses, but applied often!
Magnesium is constantly used by the body, which doesn’t have an effective method by which to retain it. Its use on the skin makes it possible to apply small, regular doses, ideal for maintaining your body’s health. Start slowly. Apply a small amount each time and repeat after a few hours. Test it on different areas of your body.