Last Modified on Dec 01, 2014
Heard about this therapy yet? We've been hearing more and more about Transdermal Magnesium Therapy ("TMT") from our readers. You may also see it referred to as Magnesium Oil. Apparently TMT is the most effective way to get magnesium into the body.
A fantastic book on the subject is called Transdermal Magnesium Therapy by Mark Sircus.
The good news is that you can make this remedy at home for very little money. You can buy Magnesium Chloride crystals in bulk (we've got a reader-recommended source listed below) and make it a batch at a time: 50% Magnesium Chloride to 50% Water (Boiling). If you don't mind paying a small fortune to buy already-prepared magnesium oil, you can find many sources selling it online at google shopping: http://www.google.com/products?q=magnesium+oil&hl=en&aq=f
1/2 cup of Magnesium Chloride crystals dissolved in 1/2 cup boiling water will give you a (very generous) one week supply.
Once this mixture cools down, put it in a spray bottle or a plastic travel bottle.
Apply liberally to the body.
8 sprays of magnesium oil delivers about 100mg of elemental magnesium to the skin.
It can sting and feels somewhat oily/sticky to the touch. If stinging is too much for you, dilute your mixture by adding more water.
If necessary, wait 20 minutes before you rinse the magnesium oil off your body. The majority of the magnesium ions will have been absorbed into the skin by then.
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[SIDE EFFECTS] Have taken baths using epsom salt, hydrogen peroxide , and baking soda for many years with out a side effect. A guy in our chelation group convinced me to try transdermal Magnesium Chloride after I shower. He did say to wash it off after 20 minutes. I did not. Anyways after a few weeks of this, the area that I had sprayed broke out like the measles. It itched for about a day, but now just looks terrible.
I went this route because of my recent heart arrhythmia, which so far the Cardiologist has yet to address. I figured that I had over done the procedure and my body was telling me to stop.
One word of advice to you young whipper snappers, don't wait until you are 70 to try to recover your health. You too far down the shady side of the mountain to do this. For your best health you need to treat yourself as a diabetic and that's ATS . Control your sugar regardless. As my Russian author says, eat right and you will live 10 years longer, breath right and you will live 20 years longer.
I found a most interesting article today on Magnesium Chloride. Apparently, Mag Chloride is unique to all the other magnesium salts because it has unique cytophilactic activity -- whether used directly on wounds or orally or by injection, Mag Chloride is able to act as an amazing and fast immune tonic and stimulant. Here is a extract from the article:
"Dr.Delbet performed a lot of "in vitro" and "in vivo" experiments with this solution[Mag Chloride] and he became aware that it was good not only for external applications, but it was also a powerful immuno-stimulant if taken by injections or even by mouth. He called this effect "cytophilaxis". In some "in vivo" experiments it was able to increase phagocytosis [white blood cell production] rate up to 300%."
"He credited the immuno-stimulant activity to the solution for this result,and he tested it in some other diptheric patients. All the patients were cured in a very short time (24-48 hours), with no after-effects. As Magnesium Chloride has no direct effect on bacteria (i.e. it is not an antibiotic ), Neveu thought that its action was aspecific, immuno-enhancing, so it could be useful, in the same manner, also against viral diseases. So he began to treat some cases of poliomyelitis, and had the same wonderful results. He was very excited and tried to divulge the therapy, but he ran into a wall of hostility and obstructionism from "Official Medicine". Neither Neveu or Delbet (who was a member of the Academy of Medicine) was able to diffuse Neveu´s extraordinary results. The opposition was total: Professors of Medicine, Medical Peer-Reviews, the Academy itself, all were against the two doctors."Official Medicine" saw in Magnesium Chloride Therapy a threat to its new and growing business: vaccinations.
Dr.Neveu wasn´t discouraged by this and continued to test this therapy in a wide range of diseases. He obtained very good results in: pharyngitis, tonsillitis, hoarseness, common cold, influenza, asthma, bronchitis, broncho-pneumonia, pulmonary emphysema, "children diseases" (whooping-cough, measles, rubella, mumps, scarlet fever...), alimentary and professional poisonings, gastroenteritis, boils, abscesses, erysipelas, whitlow, septic pricks (wounds), puerperal fever and osteomyelitis.
But the indications for Magnesium Chloride therapy don´t end here. In more recent years other physicians (and I among these) have verified many of Delbet´s and Neveu´s applications and have tried the therapy in other pathologies: asthmatic acute attack, shock, tetanus (for these the solution is administered by intravenous injection); herpes zoster, acute and chronic conjunctivitis, optic neuritis, rheumatic diseases, many allergic diseases, spring-asthenia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (even in cancer it can be an useful adjuvant)."
You can find the article here, and its well worth a read because it gives specific working oral concentrations and dosages as well as injection doses for Mag Chloride:
Replied by Bill
San Fernando, Philippines