Essence of Life Magnesium Oil

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Essence of Life Magnesium Oil is derived from natural, condensed seawater and contains a multitude of healthful, dissolved minerals and trace elements. The oil-like (brine) feel is due to its viscosity and saturation of trace elements.

Condensed seawater: water, magnesium chloride, potassium chloride, sodium chloride, boron, calcium, selenium, and other trace elements of seawater
Approximately 2492 mg. of magnesium chloride per teaspoon (5 ml)

How to Use Magnesium Oil?

The manufacturer recommends: Pour 1 - 2 ounces of Magnesium Oil in a tub (or a foot soak) of warm/hot water for a pleasurable, 30-minute sea bath. Benefits of magnesium oil include supporting relief from daily stress, and promoting a feeling of wellness.* Magnesium oil is great for skin, so use it as a massage oil, too!

Carolyn Dean MD ND recommends: "Dilute the oil (which is really just supersaturated magnesium chloride in distilled water) 50:50 with distilled water/clean water. Spread 1 to 2 tsp on your body after your morning shower. On the trunk/torso is better. It gets a bit itchy on legs and arms. Also, magnesium oil naturally elevates DHEA in the body.* A small number of people find it too itchy, in that case, wash oil off the skin after 30 minutes - most should be absorbed by then. Or, instead, add one ounce of magnesium oil to a warm/hot foot bath and soak feet for 30 minutes."

Caution: Avoid direct contact with eyes and sensitive mucous membranes as you would with any sea-salt solution. If you experience a slight, temporary stinging sensation, simply dilute the area with clean water.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Personally, I cannot apply this magnesium oil to my skin, I find it way too itchy! However, i LOVE it in my bath water. And I have a little trick to get more bang for your buck:

Instead of adding 2 ounces of magnesium oil per bath, add 1 ounce of magnesium oil (2 tbsp.) plus 1 cup of Epsom Salts (available really cheap at Costco). I find this produces the same results but is much more affordable.

I have a magnesium bath whenever my muscles are sore, or I am feeling run down, or it's a great relaxant before bed! My kids always ask for magnesium in their bath - along with their Deep Steep Bubble Bath!

1 Review

  • 5
    Defnitely is Essence of Life !!

    Posted by Debbie Kemenade on 20th Feb 2013

    I have been using magnesium for quite some time now as I play alot of sport and when I have cramps or pain anywhere I used bath flakes in the past but bought it elsewhere as you dont stock it and I also rubbed the oil on my body and have used it in my foot spa and that's works a treat, love the product and couldn't do without it

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