Like with all the Mineral Therapies, Transdermal Magnesium Therapy is based on the ability of the skin to absorb minute particles – in this case of magnesium ions from the salts used in the treatments. The salts can include magnesium chloride, magnesium sulphate or Dead Sea salt.
What does it involve?
Transdermal Magnesium Therapy involves a complex of mostly home-based treatments, such as magnesium baths, foot baths, compresses, massage, applying magnesium oil by hand and spraying it all over the body. Local applications of magnesium wraps using far infrared can also be safely done at home.
However, we also train therapists who can learn the above treatments and either do or recommend them to their clients. For example, a therapist could suggest a course of magnesium massage treatments to the client at their clinic, while at the same time the client can do some of the treatments (baths, foot baths, compresses) at home throughout the course. This will help to achieve a faster result with much more impact than simply a session of magnesium massage once or twice a week.
What can Transdermal Magnesium Therapy help with?
- Sleep problems
- Muscle cramps
- Painful muscles and joints
- Back pain
- High blood pressure
- High blood sugar
- Toxicity, including heavy metals
- Chronic fatigue
- Stomach cramps
- Pre-menstrual syndrome
- Menopause-related problems
- Fertility issues
- Poor immunity
- Alcohol and drug addiction
- Cancer (magnesium is deficient in most cancer patients)
- Erectyle dysfunction
- High cholesterol.
This short list covers only some problems which can be helped by using Transdermal Magnesium Therapy. There are many more.
Here is what Dr Mark Sircus says about transdermal methods of application: “Drugs enter different layers of skin via intramuscular, subcutaneous, or transdermal delivery methods. The most common ways to administer drugs are oral (swallowing an aspirin tablet), intramuscular (getting a flu shot in an arm muscle), subcutaneous (injecting insulin just under the skin), intravenous (receiving medicines through a vein), or transdermal (wearing a skin patch). It is not a surprise, when you consider the large surface area of the skin, that when you apply a substance to the entire body, rapid absorption and resultant effect is sufficient to put transdermal administration on par with or even ahead of other methods of administering drugs. ”
He then continies: “Medicines taken by mouth (oral) pass through the liver before they are absorbed into the bloodstream. Transdermal application bypasses the liver, entering the tissues and blood more directly. ” Source
Transdermal Magnesium Therapy is one of those things that need to become a routine for all, since all of us need constant supplies of this vital mineral to ensure that 300+ body functions and processes which rely on magnesium run uninterrupted.
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