There are many different types of Magnesium that you can take either orally as a capsule or use on your body in the form of magnesium oil. When looking for a magnesium that works best applied to your body, use Magnesium Chloride. Well known for its transdermal (on your body) qualities, this form of magnesium has many and varied benefits to offer.
Renowned expert Dr Mark Sircus suggests Magnesium can help with:
Oral Health A daily spray of Magnesium Oil into gums can combat gingivitis, strengthen teeth and can create an alkaline environment.
As a General Tonic Magnesium Chloride possess strong tonic boosting in all aspects of cell physiology and energy production. It can help to increase your strength, energy and endurance.
Sports "Magnesium is very important to sports nutrition. During exercise people loose through their sweat critical minerals including magnesium. Adequate magnesium will help your body fight against fatigue, heat exhaustion, blood sugar control and metabolism," explains Dr Sircus.
Pain Relief Magnesium Chloride's transdermal qualities are vital to help with sore muscle aches and pains. Magnesium helps as a muscle relaxant which in turn relieves pain. Magnesium Chloride is a Natural Immune System Booster Suggested by Dr A Neveu, Magnesium is useful for fighting against viral infections.
Memory and Cognitive Function Magnesium is required for over 300 enzymatic processes in the body one of which is to help maximise the many and varied complex functions of the brain. When Magnesium levels are adequate memory can be strengthened and learning abilities improved.
Where does Magnesium Chloride come from? Magnesium Chloride is a naturally occurring element and is extracted from pristine sea water. 1 gram of Magnesium Chloride Powder contains 120mg of elemental magnesium. There are 1,000 mg in 1g. The daily recommended dosage of elemental magnesium is approximately 400mg but magnesium deficient people need more.
To read in more depth about the benefits of Magnesium Chloride, here's an article by Barbara Bourke and Walter Last.