Introduction

There is a lot of information available about the value of Magnesium in the body and why different forms or delivery methods are preferred – generally tied to financial positions by the authors or their specific, sometimes narrow, fields of research. While we certainly would love for you to buy our products, we want yours to be an informed purchase. Consumer purchases resulting from an online blog or forum commentator stating “you absolutely must buy this magnesium!” is problematic and in many cases these commentators are highly irresponsible in saying so. Put simply, it is highly unlikely for an online commentator, no matter their background or credentials, to obtain all necessary information to make an informed, competent recommendation to a consumer regarding health and disease.

Before purchasing our products, we want you to have a grasp of the true wisdom behind magnesium and its effect on the sacred instrument that is the Human Body.

Supplementation is something that completes or enhances something else when added to it.

There are many studies, reports, tests, and theories regarding the intracellular concentrations of calcium, sodium, potassium, and magnesium (among other things) and the impact abundance or deficiency can have on conditions of the body. Also to be considered is the correlation between intracellular and serum (blood) levels and how differing levels affect the organs and processes that keep us running at peak performance! Magnesium is a mineral with important functions in the body such as antiarrhythmic effect, actions in vascular tone, contractility, glucose metabolism, and insulin homeostasis. In addition, lower concentrations of magnesium are associated with oxidative stress, pro-inflammatory conditions, endothelial dysfunction, platelet aggregation, insulin resistance, and hyperglycemia.

Understanding the general mechanisms of action in the body when magnesium is involved will help you better understand many concepts such as why rubbing magnesium oil into your sore muscles brings relief and why a foot soak with magnesium oil helps you get a restful night’s sleep. In this treatise we will discuss magnesium’s role in the various body systems including physical, mental, emotional and spiritual, symptoms and contraindications, calcium and other minerals, and delivery methods.

A common misconception propagated in today’s supplement industry is “if some is good- more is better!” This mentality frequently results in people wasting valuable resources on supplements with little regard for the physical impact these products have on the body and its systems. The wisdom of magnesium is this simple: “if some is good- is there enough?!”

That being said, it is virtually impossible to address every interaction between supplements, combinations of supplements, herbs, over-the-counter products, or prescriptions in this treatise. For this reason, we highly recommend every person taking medications ask their pharmacist, the one trained in this area, if there are any contra-indications with our products and any prescriptions being taken.

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