12 II 2010 — Magnesium is grossly deficient in the great majority of people existing on modern diets. The clinical situation is so bad that when it comes to magnesium people with chronic diseases can be sure that their magnesium levels will be very low. This means that they will respond exceptionally well to treatments with magnesium chloride.
Magnesium chloride oil treatments address systemic nutritional deficiencies, act to improve the function of our cells and immune system, and help protect cells from oxidative damage. Magnesium is a systemic medicine as well as a local one bringing new life and energy to the cells wherever it is applied topically. When used with oral administration, transdermal magnesium therapy offers us the opportunity to get dosages up to the powerful therapeutic range without compromising intestinal comfort through oral use alone.
Magnesium chloride oil should ONLY be used in a diluted solution of approximately 10 to 15 parts distilled water to 1 part magnesium oil when used as a treatment for the eyes. Magnesium chloride has a marked effect on eye tissue as a general tonic. Some of the benefits include a reduction in eye strain and eye tics, is a potent infection fighter when used topically, and will generally reduce any inflammation of the eye and surrounding tissues
Magnesium chloride oil should be nebulized as an isotonic solution - delivering 7.5g magnesium chloride per 100ml of distilled water - and if using the purest magnesium oil recommended by the IMVA, closely equal to 3.5 tsp of magnesium oil per 100ml. Colloidal silver, magnesium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, and others, are all natural therapies when introduced as an atomized inhalant
One hardly needs to have a test if patients diet consists of any of the three prominent white foods. White rice, white sugar and white bread are white because they are stripped of their mineral, vitamin and fiber content. These are poison foods because they starve us of magnesium. When consumed they demand that we supplement with magnesium or we are destined to breakdown and get sick and even die of cancer, cardiac arrest, or suffer with diabetes, a stroke or some kind of neurological disease. But these are not the only foods that are devoid of magnesium. In general magnesium has been depleted from topsoil diminishing dietary intake across the board while our need for magnesium has increased do to increasing toxic exposure.
Magnesium Magnesium levels in blood are very tightly controlled. Of 19 subjects, all except 3 showed a rise in magnesium concentrations in plasma, though this was small in some cases. The values before the first bath were, mean 104.68 ± 20.76 ppm/ml; after the first bath the mean was 114.08 ± 25.83
ppm/ml. Continuation of bathing for 7 days in all except 2 individuals gave a rise to a mean of 140.98 ± 17.00ppm/ml. Prolonged soaking in Epsom salts therefore increases blood magnesium concentrations. Measurement of magnesium levels in urine showed a rise from the control level, mean 94.81 ± 44.26 ppm/ml to 198.93 ± 97.52 ppm/ml after the first bath. Those individuals where the blood magnesium levels were not increased had correspondingly large increases in urinary magnesium showing that the magnesium ions had crossed the skin barrier and had been excreted via the kidney, presumably because the blood levels were already optimal. Generally, urinary magnesium levels 24h after the first bath fell from the initial values found after day 1 (mean 118. 43 ± 51.95) suggesting some retention of magnesium in tissues after bathing as blood levels were still high.Measurement of magnesium levels in urine 24h after the 7th bath gave values almost back to control levels.
Transdermal medicine is ideal for pain management as well as sports and pediatric medicine. In fact it is one of the best ways of administering medicines quickly and effectively. Transdermal methods of delivery are widely used because they allow the absorption of medicine directly through the skin. Gels, emulsion creams, sprays and lip balm stick applicators are easy to use and are effective in getting medicine into the blood stream quickly.
Traditional methods of administering medicine such as tablets or capsules get watered down and become much less effective due to stomach acids and digestive enzymes, before they eventually get into the bloodstream. Bypassing the stomach and liver means a much greater percentage of the active ingredient goes straight into the bloodstream where it’s needed. In many cases, transdermal methods are used to help avoid potential side effects such as stomach upset or drowsiness. The full potential for transdermal medicine has not been explored by modern medicine though it has been practiced for thousands of years in hot springs around the world.