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Why Magnesium-Supplements?

Even with ideal digestive conditions, only a relatively small percentage of magnesium will be absorbed in food - less, when the amounts in the body are sufficient, more, if there is a deficiency.

This is also the case for magnesium supplements, and there are many on the market. Enough to get rid of the offer. For the average person it is safe to try magnesium supplements Yourself, especially if You know You have symptoms that could relate to magnesium deficiency.

Excessive magnesium is excreted in Your urine and faeces, and the most common consequence of excess magnesium is thin stools.

However, if You have kidney failure or kidney disease, extremely low heart rate, or blockage of the intestinal tract, You should precede this magnesium therapy by drinking an increasing amount of structured water, in order to solve these problems first.

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The general dosage recommendations range from about 6 to 20 milligrams per kilo body weight, depending on the physical condition, requirements for growth (in children), and the degree of symptoms.

Oral magnesium supplements are available in organic salt chelates, such as magnesium citrate and magnesium-malate. These are rather well absorbed, especially in powder forms, to which You add water and You can easily adjust the dosage. It is important to spread Your dosage over the day, so that You don't overload Your body with too much magnesium by a single dose.

Dr. Carolyn Dean recommends taking Your first dose early in the morning and another late in the evening - this corresponds to times when magnesium levels in the body are low. Is it just a coincidence that at these times a low magnesium level and little energy correspond to the cultural rituals of morning coffee and afternoon tea?

Thin stools indicate that magnesium is not absorbed but "serves"as a laxative. When magnesium travels through the intestines in less than 12 hours, it is not absorbed but secreted. If You notice that You are not getting the laxative effect under control by varying Your dosage, You may want to try an oral supplement that is chewed with an amino acid, such as magnesium-taurate and magnesium-glycinate, which some people can absorb better than the salt forms and less likely causes thin stools.

If You need a little help with digestion, such as Young children, older adults, and anyone with reduced stomach acid or intestinalysis, homeopathic magnesium can be considered, also called tissue salts or cell salts. Magnesium-phosphoricum 6X (Schussler salts) is the appropriate dosage, and it works by leading magnesium into the cell where it belongs. It is also mentioned as a medicine against muscle exits and cramps of many varieties. Magnesium-phosphoricum can help reduce and eliminate thin stools while complementing oral magnesium, which gives You a positive signal that Your body actually absorbs the magnesium ingested in the cells.

Another option for oral magnesium supplements is ionic magnesium in liquid form, as offered by Trace Minerals Research. This is a sodium-reduced concentration of seawater of the Great Salt Lake in Utah. Only one teaspoon is needed for the supply of approximately 400 milligrams of magnesium (together with two and seventy other trace minerals), which should be ingested during the day in divided quantities. However, it is quite expensive and bodyRevitaliser recommends adding this to soups (made with a strong broth-base of course), because the strong mineral-flavour at undiluted intake demands quite a lot of discipline. You can also add this to source and other drinking water to increase the magnesium content and use it when cooking. By "micro-dosage" in Your food and water You reduce the laxative effects that a high dose of magnesium could cause.

Another potential way to get more magnesium in Your system is via the pleasant method by a bath with magnesium sulphate, also known as Epsom salts. Commonly used to relieve muscle aches and pains, magnesium sulphate also helps with this detoxification, if sulfur is needed for this purpose in the body. When used intravenously, magnesium sulfate can save lives in such crises, such as acute asthma attack, a heart attack, and eclampsy (Cramps) during pregnancy. A few cups of Epsom salts added to a hot bath will cause sweating and detoxification. After the water cools down a little, the body will absorb magnesium sulphate. According to Mark Sircus in Transdermal Magnesium Therapy, the effects of a bath with Epsom salts, although pleasant, are short as magnesium sulphate is difficult to assimilate and quickly lost in the urine.

Magnesium chloride

However, all these methods have their difficult points. In addition, You can't eat enough of it - with internally used supplements - to structurally take care of Your body with magnesium. On top of that, You actually burden Your digestive system unnecessarily, while there are sufficient external alternatives.

Magnesium chloride can also be used, which is easier to assimilate and metabolise. Therefore, less magnesium is needed for more efficient absorption.

While internal use of Magnesium chloride is also recommended by various homeopathes, bodyRevitaliser recommends that You act with great care or limit Your total use to external use.

Magnesium chloride occurs as white Magnesium-Badzalt flakes and as a so-called "magnesium massage oil" for external (transdermal) use. On the next page You will find more information about this.

Colloidal Magnesium

Colloidal magnesium produced by electrolysis consists of nanometer sized magnesium particles dissolved in distilled water. These particles are so small that they can "travel" all over the body and enter into the smallest corners of Your body. If You take magnesium via Your diet, this is - naturally - colloidal magnesium.

bodyRevitaliser recommends this form of Magnesium for internal use. The immune system transports these super small particles across the entire body and where magnesium is needed, this particle is "taken in".

It is probably safe to say that most people would benefit from increased magnesium care in their diet, especially in these times of so many different diets, environmental and social stress factors.

Of course, not a single foodstuff stands alone with regard to the body, and the first priority is to compose a varied diet entirely and exclusively from vegetable and animal food from the best sources in Your neighborhood. Adding extra magnesium may be, however, the missing nutritional link to help us protect against heart disease, stroke, depression, osteoporosis and many other disorders. In the prevention and reduction of these diseases, magnesium can be truly miraculous.

Some caution with magnesium supplements is nevertheless desirable....

Even if it seems self-evident that magnesium supplements are attempting to reduce typical symptoms of deficiency, such as anxiety attacks or palpitations, finding the best means to increase intracellular levels may be difficult. Oral supplements will usually cause laxative effects at too low levels to restore Your magnesium level in the cells where it is needed.

Here is an interesting example....

Marina, whose husband Alex was recovering from a heart operation, had to be stubbornly tenacious. I noticed in the hospital, that he was given intravenous magnesium during his intensive-care, but the doctors did not mention this later, when Alex was tormented by panic attacks, periods of lethargy, hypertension and arrhythmia. We were offered medicines for all these conditions, but we both wanted to avoid the medicines if possible, although we couldn't do it first.

A number of alternative physicians called magnesium doctors along with other supplements, who could help, but without particular emphasis on magnesium, so it was by trial and error that we discovered how effective magnesium could be. But first we had to find the best way for Alex to take it.

Capsules magnesium citrate and magnesium-taurate both caused diarrhoea at only a quarter of the recommended dose. I learned that chronic magnesium deficiency unfortunately causes a reduced intestinal capacity, and it was likely that Alex had a structural shortage. This was at first difficult for me to accept, as he has eaten an extraordinary diet for many years, full of mineral-rich leg bouillons, soups with seaweeds and nettles, and no sugar or caffeine. But its history has included decades of intense tension and clear signs of adrenal exhaustion.

I then tried liquid ionic magnesium, which contains trace minerals found in the Great Salt Lake in Utah. I felt that magnesium alone would not be the best way to try to absorb it. Starting with just a few drops in his soup, Alex was able to absorb more magnesium in this way over time, although we still had to be careful not to exceed a certain amount otherwise diarrhoea would return. Nevertheless, we started to see positive results. First came better sleep. Alex woke up every ninety minutes during the night-time he stood up to pee, came back to bed and had trouble falling asleep before waking up again and repeating the process ninety minutes later. He was sure that his prostate functioned worse, but after about a month with the ionic magnesium, he could sleep continuously for periods of three, then four, then four, and then six hours. We realized that his prostate was okay, but his traumatized adrenaline adrenaline-storm wakes up regularly. When they were calmed down, his sleep eventually also became more restful; now he usually only wakes up once in the night and can easily fall asleep again. And, I dare say that these days he sleeps better than he has done in years. His overall energy level has also been greatly improved with a good night's sleep.

"One day, Alex mentioned casually that he had not had any time of arrhythmias for a week. This was overwhelming news, as over a period of several months he had at least slight arrhythmia on a daily basis. Everyone told us that this was very common after a heart operation and we thought we should accept this fact. Encouraged by his progress, I then bought some magnesium' oil' to have another means of delivering magnesium without involving the intestinal tract.

Our current procedure includes a one-off daily use of magnesium oil. I add ionic magnesium droplets to our drinking and boiling water, as well as to every pan of soup, pan with sauced vegetables, leaf with stuffed pepper. I call this' microdosage' and it is an addition to the use of sea vegetables and many leg bouillons. Together with Magnesium-phosphoricum, Alex takes the tissue salt potassium-phosphoricum (potassium phosphorus) which serves all conditions of nervous weakness; the two are together a very good heart tonic. By bedtime, Alex has a single dose of magnesium citrate in a food-vitamin C powder. This is a relaxing evening ritual and does not cause any intestinal disturbance.

The only medicine Alex still takes is a betablocker for hypertension- a small dose, which we hope will soon be able to stop. If You are taking magnesium supplements and have increased blood pressure, You must keep a close eye on Your blood pressure. You have to reduce Your medication accordingly or Your blood pressure can become too low too quickly! You have to adjust this slowly to give the vascular tissue time to recover itself and regain elasticity, which it will certainly do.

Finally, Alex himself wanted me to add that magnesium therapy allowed him to shift the intensity of his concentration from physical condition to his spiritual life, and aroused new creativity. He started writing and will release the first part of his autobiography in a following year. Really, who would think that there is so much healing effect in this neglected mineral?

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