ANXIETY, LEG CRAMPS, CRAVING SUGAR, CRAVING CHOCOLATE, STIFF JOINTS, HEART PALPITATIONS ?
All signs of magnesium deficiency.
During times of stress and travel our bodies use mass amounts of magnesium to regulate heartbeat, metabolize alcohol and sugars and for emotional balance. Magnesium is what the body needs for restful sleep, adjusting easily to new times, people and daily rhythms. Magnesium is the relaxation mineral.
In my nutrition practice, we find an astonishing percentage of the population to be chronically deficient. Magnesium governs some 300 functions in the body, being critical for emotional wellbeing, good sleep, bones, teeth, regular heartbeat, circulation, blood sugar balance and more. Magnesium is needed by the body to metabolize sugars and grains, is easily depleted. Magnesium oil will relax a leg cramp and help stiffness if sitting for long periods. Soothe a headache. Calming for anxiety and feeling overwhelmed.
I find one of the most efficient and noticeable ways of getting more usable magnesium is to spray MAGNESIUM OIL on skin bypassing the digestive system. When we swim in the ocean, magnesium found in seawater absorbs easily... one of the reasons we feel so good at the beach. Epsom Salt and mineral baths are another great source of magnesium. Magnesium is found in abundance in chocolate, seafood, himalayan salt, seaweed, maple syrup and MAGNESIUM OIL.
Candice Robins is a holistic Hairdresser, Nutritionist and Herbalist with decades of New York and international experience in film and fashion. Renowned for original, holistic methods and expertise in Functional Nutrition, Organic Beauty and most sought after Hair and Skin Botanical potions read more
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