Magnesium Oil Spray
magnesium oil spray boosts my mood
Magnesium oil spray is not really something that I think about very often. I have so many other things to think about that it pretty much comes last on my list. That was until my overall mood and health changed after moving back to the mainland. Obviously, some of it was because anyone moving away from Hawaiian paradise experiences depression, anxiety, and fatigue. Those are normal and obvious responses to such a dramatic move. However, after a year of still experiencing them among other things, I began to read up on it. I like to do that; research my symptoms, self-diagnose and save myself a trip to the doctor. Sometimes, it actually works, other times I am never more thankful to pay the ridiculous copay in exchange for their services. Anyhow, magnesium deficiency kept coming up. Okay, I thought, I have nothing to lose. There is no harm in trying to supplement magnesium with magnesium oil spray. It’s inexpensive and easy. I started with Epsom salt baths. Those work great, but I don’t have time to sit in a bathtub regularly, that’s a luxury that I have to plan for.
The Ocean is nature’s cure
I regret to tell you that I never saw regular magnesium intake as a bonus of swimming in the ocean. I just loved to swim and play in the ocean and I knew that it made me very happy for many reasons. Well, my body missed it as much as my heart and mind.
Needless to say, magnesium is one very important mineral, vital for many enzymatic reactions within your body. Doctors are still discovering it’s endless benefits, especially where your heart is concerned. Pesticide use over the last few decades has seriously depleted the minerals from our soils, stress, caffeine intake and chlorinated water are a few causes for magnesium decline and many people are magnesium deficient and completely unaware of it.
Make magnesium oil spray a habit
It has kind of become a new element in my health and beauty routine, to spray myself with magnesium oil spray. I notice that I recover quicker after a hard workout on the days that I use my spray. The bonus is that I don’t have to sit in a salt bath, just a quick few sprays and done. My time is precious and there is never enough of it. That’s not to say that I don’t love a good, long, luxurious soak in a salt bath every now and again.
To be completely honest, I would most like to absorb my daily dose of magnesium while snorkeling way out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, but that just isn’t possible anymore. It’s heartbreaking, but that’s the reality I’m living now. I’m a water girl, I’m happiest when I am near to or in water. However, let’s be clear, that does not include the lake by my house. No way! Seriously, never going to happen, unless someone needs saving!
A few important notes for magnesium oil newbies
There are many books, articles and scientific data out there to convince you further. Obviously, I am no medical doctor, so I recommend you research and ask questions on your own and draw your own conclusion. This magnesium oil spray has benefited me so I wanted to share it with you. A little bottle of ocean from me to you. I spray it on the inside of my arms, armpits, or my tummy, thighs, or lower legs after a shower or even 30 minutes before a shower. (NEVER do this within 12 hours of shaving! Ouch!) It might sting or tingle at first, but that goes away as your body’s magnesium level begins to normalize. If you want to you can wash it off after about 30 minutes. It might leave an oily residue on your skin if you do not choose to wipe it off, but that is quite normal.
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* 1/2 cup distilled water (distilled water gives it a longer shelf life)
* Glass or Plastic Spray bottle
2. Bring the distilled water to a rolling boil inside a small (non aluminum) pan
3. Pour the hot water over the magnesium flakes
4. Stir to dissolve and let cool completely.
5. Pour into your spray bottle.
6. Spray up tp 20 sprays/day if desired
7. NEVER spray onto newly shaved skin! OUCH!
8. Spray onto tummy, thighs, forearms or lower legs