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Magnesium Oil Spray

Magnesium is a most important elemental portion of our bodies’ physiological, holistic processes. Meaning that basically every function our bodies have, it is there making sure everything is running smoothly. In general, the more *consistent* magnesium we have available, the better, because we use it very quickly and in many different ways.

There are several different forms of magnesium, and each of them has their own job to do. The one we use extensively here at the Freeman household is magnesium chloride. I have personally used it for a wide variety of issues, including muscle soreness, a gouty toe, arthritic thumb, menstrual cramps, restless leg syndrome with pregnancies, nighttime leg cramps, and headaches.

I highly recommend a visit to www.gotmag.org where you are able to read Dr. Morley’s in-depth research that is spreading like wildfire and unifying both the allopathic world and naturopathic world – at least on this subject. He offers ways for you to request your own laboratory testing, in which you can send to Dr. Morley himself for details on what you need to fix your body. He explains in great detail how vitamins, minerals, and hormones all work together and how one chronic imbalance can set off a tragic chain of events toward diseases. Again, I urge you to take the time.

How to use our magnesium oil spray:

Simply spray on any area of the body that is needing attention (save the eyes…don’t do that) and rub it in. Expect there to be a tickling, crawling, or even burning sensation for about 20 minutes. After that time, you may rinse it off. Additionally, you may not feel anything at all. If the sensations are too much, you may dilute the spray in a cupped palm with a bit of water and spread onto the skin that way.

Several times per year, we create a roll-on with aloe that is much gentler than the spray and they sell out very quickly. If you’d like to try and catch them, you may bookmark the page here. I do announce their availability on our Facebook page and the blog here on our site.