Mark Sircus recommends upward of 5 pounds of magnesium crystals per bath for those that are deficient. Following these recommendations, you have one $50 bath. I'll stick with the gel, as I feel it's more value for my money.
Reduces dental tartar
I take 3 or 4 grams of this vitamin C daily to reduce my dental tartar build up. Google "Invisible toothbrush." It works! Expensive, but I haven't come across a cheaper option yet.
A good, cheap magnesium that works. Relieves the shortness of breath and fatigue that goes along with a magnesium deficiency. I've tried other brands that have no noticeable effect on my symptoms. I'm loyal to this brand. Best used in conjunction with a form of transdermal magnesium.
Makes my hands crack.
The gel is 40% the potency of the magnesium oil. It doesn't leave a sticky residue like the oil does. It's much easier to apply, and it's easier to use more often. The only drawback is that it makes my hands dry and more prone to cracking/papercuts, etc.
Improves my skin.
Lessens the severity of my keratosis pilaris. It gave me gas the first week, but I quickly got used to it. I may experiment with a cheaper brand to compare.
Makes my hands prone to cuts, scrapes, cracking, etc. I have to put something over my hands when I apply it to my body.
I haven't been taking it consistently, so I can't share any valuable information.
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