We took the original magnesium body butter and made it even more powerful. We added a proprietary blend of therapeutic grade essential oils to further reduce inflammation and manage pain, combined with the therapeutic transdermal magnesium! This is amazing for massage, chronic pain, injury. Leanna developed this version after being in a car accident and having 3 herniated disks in her neck to find a natural and effective pain reliever that also reduced localized inflammation.
Ingredients: Shea Butter, Organic Coconut Oil, Magnesium Chloride, Purified Water, Beeswax, Avocado Oil, Cocoa Butter, Essential oils: Copaifera reticulata (copaiba), Abies balsamea (Balsam Fir), Ocatea quixos (ocatea) and Boswellia sacra (Frankincense).
Currently, our earth’s soil has become chronically deficient in magnesium. Magnesium is a vital element for over 300 processes and functions in the human body.
Magnesium is most effectively and efficiently absorbed, topically (transdermal).
This wonderful body butter is thick and creamy, but quickly and easily absorbed into the skin. It has a very light and pleasant citrus scent.
I began making this lotion for my daughter, who is 8. She complained of muscle fatigue and sleeplessness. Transdermal magnesium was the easiest and best option.
Magnesium aids in digestion, sleep, recovery, weight loss, immunity and a number of other body processes.
HOW DO I KNOW IF I NEED MAGNESIUM
Magnesium deficiency is not easily diagnosed, which is why so many people operate with low-level chronic deficiencies unaware of the long term effects on their health, or the cause of symptoms such as eczema, allergies, headaches, anxiety and chronic pain — all of which may signify chronic magnesium depletion.
In a study published by the American College of Nutrition, it was noted that as many as 50% of cases of magnesium deficiency are not recognized, or go undiagnosed.
Magnesium therapy has been proven to benefit:
Chronic fatigue syndrome
(stroke, cardiac infarction, arteriosclerosis)
Magnesium can also help you if you suffer from:
Low stomach acid, common in older adults
Low magnesium diets, processed foods and sodas
Soft water sources
Active calcium supplementation
Certain prescription and over the counter medications
Stress, surgery, and chronic disorders such as diabetes
Diarrhea and vomiting for any reason
Excessive use of alcohol
Crohn’s disease, celiac sprue, and any disorder of the digestive or intestinal function
Genetic magnesium absorption disorders