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What does Magneaseium feel like?
What ingredients are in Magneaseium?
Should I choose the gel or cream/lotion?
Does it tingle?
Where should I apply Magneaseium?
How often should I use Magneaseium?
How much Magneaseium gel or cream should I use to get the RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) of magnesium?
Can’t I just eat foods with magnesium?
How long will it take before I feel results?
How does Magneaseium compare to other brands?
Why is Magneaseium better than other magnesium topicals?
Why is Magneaseium in an airless pump?
Some products use magnesium chloride and some use magnesium sulfate. What’s the difference and does it matter?
Is Magneaseium free from contaminants?
Is Magneaseium guaranteed?
Who is Magneaseium for?
Who should NOT use Magneaseium?
Where can I learn more about magnesium oil and transdermal therapy?

 

What does Magneaseium feel like?

Gel:  The magnesium chloride oil has been combined with aloe and essential oils to create a thin gel that absorbs quickly and leaves behind no tacky or powdery residue. It is lightly moisturizing.  It is in between the texture of aloe and essential oils.

Cream/lotion: The cream is best described as a luxurious lotion.  It is heavier than the gel but lighter than most hand creams.  Its dual-purpose design gives the magnesium you need plus an overall moisturizer you love to use.

 

What ingredients are in Magneaseium?

Gel Ingredients:  Magnesium Chloride Oil (pure ocean source: 780 mg/tsp), Organic Aloe Vera, Essential Oils

Cream Ingredients:  Magnesium Chloride Oil (pure ocean source: 780 mg/tsp), Organic Aloe Vera, Sunflower Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Sweet Almond Oil, Shea Butter, Natural Vitamin E, Macadamia Oil.

 

Should I choose the gel or cream/lotion?

This is a matter of personal preference.  Both options have the same high concentration of magnesium.

If you exercise regularly and just want to get magnesium straight into your cells then choose the gel.  The aloe in it helps you absorb the magnesium and keeps your skin from drying out (a common complaint of using straight oil).

If you moisturize regularly then choose the cream/lotion. You’ll save time and money by using one product instead of two.  The scent of the essential oils in the cream also has an aromatherapy aspect that is both energizing and relaxing.

 

Does it tingle?

Some individuals may feel a slight tingling after applying Magneaseium gel or cream. This usually lasts less than a minute.

 

Where should I apply Magneaseium?

Apply Magneaseium gel or cream anywhere you would normally put lotion. Avoid mucous membranes such as the eyes and mouth. Many people report rubbing Magneaseium into the bottom of their feet helps them sleep more peacefully at night.

 

How often should I use Magneaseium?

Magneaseium gel or cream should be applied daily for the best results.

 

How much Magneaseium gel or cream should I use to get the RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) of magnesium?

For the average male the RDA is 420mg/day.
For the average female the RDA is 320mg/day.

Assuming you absorb 80% of Magneaseium then the average man would use ¾  tsp/day and the average woman would use ½ tsp/day.

You will need more depending on your age, weight, emotional stress, and physical activity.

See the article “Magnesium Supplementation: How much do you need?” for further information.

 

Can’t I just eat foods with magnesium?

Eating magnesium rich foods is ideal and encouraged by knowledgeable doctors and nutritionists.  Unfortunately, modern farming practices have depleted magnesium from soils so it is not available for plants.  Plants can not manufacture minerals as they do other nutrients such as vitamins, carbohydrates and proteins.

Furthermore, food processing strips even more of this vital nutrient from food.

 

How long will it take before I feel results?

This depends on your unique circumstances.  Some people notice changes immediately while others may take a few days or weeks.

A number of factors determine how fast you feel results including…

  • Your current magnesium level
  • Stress
  • Amount of physical activity
  • Diet – certain foods deplete magnesium, especially junk food

 

How does Magneaseium compare to other brands?

Magneaseium gel and cream/lotion have 780 mg of magnesium chloride per teaspoon which is 159% to 520% more than most other brands.  This means you need less to get your recommend daily allowance and you get relief from magnesium deficiency symptoms faster.

Magneaseium also comes with a 30 Day No Hassle Guarantee.  Some brands claim to have guarantees but when you read the fine print you discover that the product can not be returned if it has been opened.

We want you to give our gel and cream a real test.

Try the product for 30 days. If you aren’t convinced that Magneaseium relieves sore muscles and aching joints fast, boosts your energy, improves your memory, and helps you sleep better then simply return your containers with the unused portion for a full, no hassle refund of the purchase price.

 

Why is Magneaseium better than other magnesium topicals?

First, our gel and cream/lotion have the highest concentration of magnesium oil of any product.  Because of this high concentration you use less and save more money.

Second, most magnesium oil products on the market leave a sticky or powdery residue on the skin after the product is absorbed.  Because we’ve added aloe vera and soothing oils our magnesium is fully absorbed, leaves no residue, and moisturizes at the same time.

 

Why is Magneaseium in an airless pump?

The airless pump reduces waste and avoids contamination.  Unlike plastic tubes or bottles a small disk in the bottom of each container continually moves our gel or cream to the top of the container so you get more of the product you paid for.

 

Some products use magnesium chloride and some use magnesium sulfate. What’s the difference and does it matter?

These are two different forms of magnesium salt.  Magnesium sulfate, also known as Epsom salts, is rapidly excreted by the kidneys and therefore has less effect than magnesium chloride.

Products containing magnesium sulfate often leave behind a powdery residue after absorption. However, products containing magnesium chloride oil (especially when combined with aloe vera) are lightly moisturizing and leave no powdery residue.

 

Is Magneaseium free from contaminants?

Every batch of magnesium chloride oil used in our products is lab tested to insure it is free from petrochemicals, pathogens, agricultural runoff and heavy metals.  Our magnesium oil always tests clean enough that it could be orally consumed, however, we do NOT recommend ingesting it.  It is intended for transdermal applications ONLY.

 

Is Magneaseium guaranteed?

Yes. Try the product for 30 days. If you aren’t completely happy with the pain relieving and energy boosting benefits of Magneaseium then simply return your containers with the unused portion for a full, no hassle refund of the purchase price (less shipping).

 

Who is Magneaseium for?

Magneaseium gel and cream were designed for athletes but are beneficial for everyone.  All people (regardless of age, gender, of physical activity) need magnesium for their bodies to function properly.

 

Who should NOT use Magneaseium?

Anyone with impaired kidney function, extremely low blood pressure, a chronic or severe disease, and anyone taking prescription medications should consult their health care provider before supplementing with magnesium.  Follow this common sense rule – “When in doubt… consult your health care provider.”

 

Where can I learn more about magnesium oil and transdermal therapy?

We highly recommend books by these leading authorities:

  • The Magnesium Miracle by Carolyn Dean, M.D., N.D.
  • Transdermal Magnesium Therapy by Mark Sircus, Ac., O.M.D.
  • The Magnesium Factor by Mildred Seelig, M.D., M.P.H.
  • The Magnesium Solution for Migraine Headaches by Jay S. Cohan, M.D.
  • The Magnesium Solution for High Blood Pressure by Jay S. Cohan, M.D.
  • The Tao of Detox by Daniel Reid