Health and Wisdom Inc., Magnesium Bath Crystals, 3/4 lb (341 g)
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- Assists the Body's Own System in Restoring Healthy Magnesium Cellular Integrity
Health and Wisdom's Bath Crystals are an excellent way to supply the body with magnesium. The Magnesium Bath Crystals are a highly concentrated form of Magnesium Oil. Customers report soaking in Magnesium Bath Crystals relaxes nerves, removes everyday stress, relieves tension, "jump starts" enzymes important for protein and carbohydrate metabolism, and more including aiding to relieve back pain, muscle pain, and arthritic pain and stiffness!
As a tub soak ~ Add 2 -3 measuring scoops (enclosed) to a hot bath to create a soothing, relaxing sensation. Soak for 20-30 minutes.
Initially you may experience extreme relaxation and even feel tired.
Magnesium chloride salts
Keep container closed when not in use.
Keep out of reach of children.
This is my first experience with magnesium chloride. I take magnesium citrate regularly for restless legs syndrome and to prevent tooth grinding. However, I don't seem to be absorbing enough anymore because it's not working as well as before. Research led me to magnesium chloride. I mixed it 1:1 with boiling water to make a brine ("magnesium oil") and sprayed it on my feet and legs. I also tried it as an underarm deodorant, as I read it works well for that purpose. It stung terribly, so I diluted it 1:1 with more water. The sting was then bearable. It did work fairly well as a deodorant, but after two weeks, I got a rash on my underarms, so I stopped using it for that purpose. It feels very sticky and oily on the skin, so I leave it on for 20 minutes (that's allegedly enough time for the magnesium to be absorbed) and then rinse. I have a slightly metallic taste in my mouth so I seem to be absorbing it. My legs are less restless and I'm not grinding my teeth quite as much. So even though it's a bit unpleasant to use it in the manner I have, it's worth it to me because I needed to overcome a magnesium deficiency. I haven't yet used it in a bath, which would be at a much lower concentration than I used for the spray, but I believe it's similar to epsom salts, which I like. There wouldn't be any stinging at such a low concentration, of course.
The magnesium bath crystals can easily be substituted with the Pure Magnesium Flakes. Both have a similar up front cost, but the one bottle is about 10 times the size of the other. You get about 4 baths from this and it's gone.
Posted by 5076715644344117690 on Aug 31, 2016
I mixed 100 ml of this with 100 ml of sterilized water to get Magnesium oil. I can only use very little on my skin and not every day, I get very relaxed and sometimes tired even the day after using it. It might be due to my low blood pressure too.
Posted by teeyavii on Apr 06, 2016
its so good but i gave it 3 stars cus of the size its not enough for the price
great for the bath
Posted by 4905706094704051308 on Feb 20, 2016
could be cheaper though
Posted by Reviewer2188425 on May 24, 2014
I'm another person who makes a very effective magnesium oil for topical use out of these crystals plus distilled water. I fill up a cheap bottle with the mixture and apply some squirts of it on my belly in the evenings before bedtime. I sleep like a baby, and it reduces my restless leg syndrome.