What exactly is Magnesium Oil?
Magnesium oil isn’t actually an oil after all, but instead was coined as such due to the high saturation of magnesium chloride in water, which presents itself in an oil like texture.
Where Does Magnesium Oil Come From?
The mag oil in my formula comes from Ancient Minerals ultra pure magnesium oil is extracted from the Ancient Zechstein Seabed in Europe, 1600 to 2000 meters deep in the interior of the Earth. Well protected for the last 250 million years, it is the most pure magnesium oil in the world and a mark of purity on every bottle of Ancient Minerals.
How much recovery oil should I use?
If over 150 but less than 200lbs start with 10 sprays 2x per day. If over 200lbs go to 15 sprays 2x per day. 10 sprays equals: 88mg of magnesium, 10mg of zinc, 102mg of MSM. 15 sprays equals 132mg of magnesium, 15mg of zinc, and 153mg of MSM.
The Importance of Magnesium
- Magnesium works inside our tissue cells bonding with ATP to produce energy pockets for our body’s vital force
- Magnesium is required for the body to produce and store energy
- Magnesium helps obesity genes from expressing themselves
- Magnesium is necessary for the production, function, and transport of insulin
- Magnesium is one of the most important neuroprotectants known. Magnesium helps protect cells against environmental neurotoxins such as pesticides.
- Magnesium is critical for protein synthesis which is a must for muscle building
- Magnesium allows the body to burn fuel and create energy in an efficient cycle during exercise that does not lead to lactic acid production and buildup
- The feel good hormone serotonin depends on magnesium for its production and function.
- Magnesium is the ultimate stress management nutrient and supports the adrenal glands that get worn out from stress
- Magnesium activates enzymes that control digestion, absorption, and the utilization of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates.
- Research shows a direct relationship between the amount of magnesium in the diet and the ability to avoid high blood pressure.
- Magnesium is just as important as calcium to prevent and treat osteoporosis
- Magnesium keeps calcium dissolved in the blood so it will not form kidney stones
- Magnesium is necessary for insulin to open cell membranes for glucose
- Magnesium is the second most prolific element inside human cells
- Magnesium is nature’s calcium channel blocker: too much calcium entering cells can cause symptoms of heart disease, asthma, and headaches.
- Magnesium keeps calcium out of cells; when magnesium is low, calcium rushes in, causing cell death.
- Adequate levels of magnesium are essential for the absorption of and metabolism of calcium.
- Magnesium converts Vitamin D into its active form so that it can help calcium absorption.
- Magnesium is required to activate an enzyme for new bone growth.
- Magnesium is a vasodilator, opening up blood vessels
- Magnesium therapy reduces cholesterol levels
- Magnesium is required for the enzyme activity that lowers LDL cholesterol
- Magnesium lowers triglycerides and raises HDL cholesterol
- Magnesium is needed for an enzyme that converts omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids prostaglandin’s which are necessary for heart and overall health
- When sufficient levels of magnesium are present in the body cholesterol will be limited to necessary functions such as the hormone production and the maintenance of membranes.
- Sweat loss during intense exercise depletes magnesium
- Outside of the bones and teeth, the highest concentrations of magnesium are in the heart and brain
- Magnesium helps to transmit nerve signals
- Magnesium is a natural muscle relaxant
- Magnesium relaxes blood vessels in the fingers to treat Raynaud’s syndrome.
- Magnesium helps alleviate PMS and PMS headaches
- Magnesium is an important part of treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia.
- Magnesium helps detoxify toxic chemicals
- Magnesium binds with and helps eliminate heavy metals from the body
The importance of Zinc
- Helps create inflammation-fighting enzyme called superoxide dismutase
- Important for immune system and white cell growth
- Has antioxidants properties
- Important for healing wounds
- Helps fight stress
- Plays a big role in cell growth and tissue repair
- People with rheumatoid arthritis often have low levels of Zinc
- important for prostate health and sexual health in men
- Essential for sperm production and semen volume
- A zinc deficiency can reduce testosterone production in men by up to 50%
- Zinc helps improve sleep quality especally when taken with magnesium
- Minimizes cold symptoms
- ZInc gets in the body where cold symptoms attack and makes symptoms less severe
- Helps fight acne and improves skin health
- Zinc can support healthy hair growth by improving immune system function
- Improves the antioxidant aspects of the liver
- Increases metal detoxification
- Improves thyroid health
- Low levels of zinc are associated with low levels of T3 the most active thyroid hormone
Finally the benefits of MSM
- Improves effectiveness of antioxidants
- Can improve mental alertness and ability to concentrate
- Has been shown to improve mood
- Reduces GI tract issues such as diarrhea and constipation
- Reduces muscle cramps
- Reduces muscle soreness
- Reduces pain from chronic arthritis
- Improves hair and nail growth
- May increase the ability to metabolize carbohydrates
- Helps with wound healing