Magnesium Oil Health Benefits

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Posted by Wasabi (Pasadena, Ca) on 09/20/2015
5 out of 5 stars

I've sprayed my magnesium oil in my pits when they've gotten pretty funky at night. At first I sprayed it because the body odor was present when it usually wasnt ( probably need to detox) but as soon as I give it a few spritz, its like I just took a shower, although I can smell my deodorant that wasn't working a second ago. My pits don't itch when I use the oil, but that's because I switched to magnesium chloride hexahydrate oil which is supposedly the most easily absorbed type of magnesium. It definitely doesn't sting, ever. Unless you have a cut. Then you might cry a little, lol.

Posted by Lilly (Nyc, Ny) on 08/06/2009
5 out of 5 stars

Hello, my posting is regarding Magnesium Oil. I have purchased Magnesium Chloride and have been making the oil at home. I just make a mix of 50% reverse osmosis water and 50% Magnesium flakes. I use room temperature water, not hot. It usually takes a few minutes for it to dilute completely. I have been drinking 1/8 teaspoon (tiny amount) in a big glass of water. Also, I have noticed that, when I apply it directly in my underarms, it makes body odor go away in a matter of minutes. It stings lightly for a little bit, but it really works for me. I have to use it for a longer time and experiment as far as how often I need to use it for this purpose. One more thing that I have been doing is rubbing a tiny amount of the oil on my feet every night, so far, I have not noticed any major calming effects or even much better sleep (I have trouble falling asleep, it takes me a long time), but I wake up a bit more relaxed and my feet are soft. I just hope I am not overdoing, or throwing anything out of balance. Any thoughts would be appreciated it. Thanks!