Magnesium oil spray £3.25 Tesco Chorley
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Magnesium oil spray £3.25 Tesco Chorley

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Found 18th May 2016
Cures all ailments apparently! Certainly empties your pocket if you have to pay the £12.99 full price.
But at this price you can afford to forsake modern medicine and still purchase some fags and booze!
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This is very good on leg back pain you just rub it in and it helps alot
Nothing to do with alternative medicine, low Magnesium levels are very common, (almost more common than those who don't have low levels!) and may well be a cause of the pain and other things too - this stuff is a very easy way to get levels up without the possible trots from taking it internally!

Cheapest way of all is make your own, "Magnesium oil" buy Magnesium Chloride from ebay, mix with water. Use 333g made up to a litre with water. Info & recipe on Dr MyHills site: see drmyhill.co.uk/wik…ncy
Great on rusty hinges as well.
Great
good stuff for those suffering from psoriasis too!
walio

good stuff for those suffering from psoriasis too!



It is zinc not magnesium which cures skin ailments Any pill you take has magnes
walio

good stuff for those suffering from psoriasis too!



​Any pill you take has magnesium as bulking agent.

​Any pill you take has magnesium as bulking agent.



Magnesium stearate usually, passes thorough without touching the sides, some even reckon it stops you absorbing OTHER nutrients, and may be harmful. It's main purpose is as a lubricant in the packing machinery!

Even Magnesium oxide barely absorbs.
Stomach contains strong hcl or hydrochloric acid. Bile contains alkali. How magnesium stearate can be inert to acid and alkali action? Magnesium ions like sodium ions can get absorbed easily. It is only Noble metals which are inert to chemical reaction.
can anyone add more about if it helps psoriasis please

Stomach contains strong hcl or hydrochloric acid. Bile contains alkali. … Stomach contains strong hcl or hydrochloric acid. Bile contains alkali. How magnesium stearate can be inert to acid and alkali action? Magnesium ions like sodium ions can get absorbed easily. It is only Noble metals which are inert to chemical reaction.



Its much more complicated than that. Have a look at Bioavailability; then the are vast number of complicating factors, such as proteins and phytates blocking absorption.
The net effect is such that Magnesium oxide, which is the supplement which has the highest proportion of elemental Mg is only about 4% absorbed in practice!

Interesting too that those with low Mg often have low stomach acid... now is that a cause or an effect?

Then there is the matter of hanging on to it in the body!

All far to involved to go into here, but there are acres of info out there if you are interested.

can anyone add more about if it helps psoriasis please



I can only suggest searching the 'net. If you are deficient then it might be a good idea anyway, but I have no specific knowledge of it's use for those with psoriasis.
Does nothing for Psoriasis in my case only Creams fro GP and The Sunshine works amazingly well

Its much more complicated than that. Have a look at Bioavailability; then … Its much more complicated than that. Have a look at Bioavailability; then the are vast number of complicating factors, such as proteins and phytates blocking absorption. The net effect is such that Magnesium oxide, which is the supplement which has the highest proportion of elemental Mg is only about 4% absorbed in practice! Interesting too that those with low Mg often have low stomach acid... now is that a cause or an effect?Then there is the matter of hanging on to it in the body!All far to involved to go into here, but there are acres of info out there if you are interested.



Magnesium Glycinate and Taurinate have higher bioavailability. Magnesium Oxide is lowest of the low for Magnesium absorption. If you want to attempt to absorb Magnesium transdermally then just soak yourself in a bath of Epsom Salts, will do the same thing and possibly more effectively and a lot cheaper.

Magnesium Glycinate and Taurinate have higher bioavailability. Magnesium … Magnesium Glycinate and Taurinate have higher bioavailability. Magnesium Oxide is lowest of the low for Magnesium absorption. If you want to attempt to absorb Magnesium transdermally then just soak yourself in a bath of Epsom Salts, will do the same thing and possibly more effectively and a lot cheaper.



It works, there is a clinical study to prove it, and I have used that method, it is best as a one off, but it requires a LOT of Epsom Salts and is far fro convenient. The link I posted earlier mentions it too, but the drawbacks are it makes the bath extremely slippery and a challenge to get out of, and the white residue on skin gets EVERYWHERE, clothes furniture, walls... you name it; though it feels fine on the skin. Magnesium Oil is less pleasant but is dead easy to use, plus home made costs pennies per use.

It works, there is a clinical study to prove it, and I have used that … It works, there is a clinical study to prove it, and I have used that method, it is best as a one off, but it requires a LOT of Epsom Salts and is far fro convenient. The link I posted earlier mentions it too, but the drawbacks are it makes the bath extremely slippery and a challenge to get out of, and the white residue on skin gets EVERYWHERE, clothes furniture, walls... you name it; though it feels fine on the skin. Magnesium Oil is less pleasant but is dead easy to use, plus home made costs pennies per use.



Proof does not exist in science, it does in Mathematics and Logic, so a clinical study is an observation which is not final. Also clinical studies are open to corruption which many are, even peer reviewed study. Studies are the best we have but they're not proof.

psychologytoday.com/blo…oof

Magnesium should you take it or not? A reasonable answer from a Doctor here >

medscape.com/vie…214

Proof does not exist in science, it does in Mathematics and Logic, so a … Proof does not exist in science, it does in Mathematics and Logic, so a clinical study is an observation which is not final. Also clinical studies are open to corruption which many are, even peer reviewed study. Studies are the best we have but they're not proof.https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-scientific-fundamentalist/200811/common-misconceptions-about-science-i-scientific-proofMagnesium should you take it or not? A reasonable answer from a Doctor here >http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/844214



This isn't science, it's a deals site.

This isn't science, it's a deals site.



"It works, there is a clinical study to prove it"

You started with the science thing not me and now you're backing out :\
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