Magnesium chloride hexahydrate
Magnesium chloride is an inorganic salt, solid white crystals. It perfectly dissolves in water.
Magnesium chloride - helps with stress and fatigue
Magnesium chloride - effect
Magnesium chloride is a salt that, when applied to a bath, helps to supplement the level of magnesium in the body. A number of people suffer from magnesium deficiency. There may be several reasons for this: poor diet, poor digestion of magnesium from the gastrointestinal tract, magnesium loss due to intense exercise, use of stimulants such as strong coffee or tea, alcohol, and others. Magnesium supplementation through the skin is an excellent way of replenishing magnesium levels.
Bath in magnesium chloride
Bath in magnesium chloride works extremely relaxing and soothing. It brings a definite relief after a hard day. Its great feature is to help in supplementing magnesium deficiency in the body. It is especially recommended for people with a delicate gastrointestinal tract, who, when taking certain oral preparations, experience discomfort and irritation. Magnesium supplementation through the skin is an excellent alternative for them.
How to use magnesium chloride?
Add a glass (or 2) of magnesium chloride salt to the bathtub ... And now! Enjoy a pleasant, relaxing bath. Such a bath after a stressful day will bring you relief, help loosen sore muscles, and alleviate joint pain. If you care about the absorption of magnesium through the skin, do not use soap in such a bath. Also, do not rinse under running water after bathing. To effectively supplement the magnesium level in this way - stay in water for several dozen minutes.
Warning! If you have not used bath salts before, your skin may react with irritation - burning and redness. In this situation it is better to start with a smaller amount of salt added to the bath. Over time, your skin will get used and you will be able to increase the amount of salt added to the water.
You can use this bath regularly.
For foot baths
Magnesium chloride is an excellent remedy for a pleasant, relaxing foot bath. Put about half a cup into the bowl with warm water and soak your feet. The feet will not only be relaxed, but also smoother. It is good to rub the feet after bathing - oil, eg coconut. Then they will gain softness and hydration. The foot bath also introduces magnesium ions into your body.
As a magnesium olive
A proposal for people who want to supplement the level of magnesium, but do not have a bathtub to take a bath. Prepare magnesium olive.
distilled water (available at every gas station);
Magnesium chloride in a proportion by weight with water 1: 2 (lower concentration) or 1: 1 (higher concentration) dissolve in heat - i.e. by heating the whole on a weak flame, until it is completely dissolved. Transfer this mixture to the atomizer and ... it's ready to use!
Magnesium oil has a slightly greasy consistency. After spraying - let's give it time to absorb.
Magnesium oil is also an antiperspirant. Sprayed under the armpits prevents excessive perspiration. It does not clog pores, which is especially important. It also does not leave white marks on the clothes, like magnesium, made of magnesium sulphate. And this way you can supplement the level of magnesium in the body.
Note: do not use magnesium olives on the skin with wounds, abrasions or after depilation.
Contraindications to the use of magnesium chloride are: hypermagnezamia, renal failure, use of anticoagulants, hypotonia. If you are in doubt about whether you can safely use magnesium chloride - always consult your doctor.