Natural Sources of Magnesium Chloride

The Magnesium Chloride, USP grade (United States Pharmacopoeia) from the Great Salt Lake, is the base for Health and Wisdom’s Magnesium Oil, Magnesium Oil with Aloe Vera, Magnesium Gel, and Magnesium Gel with Aloe Vera and is tested and purified to remove harmful contaminants. This same Magnesium Chloride is also used as one of the electrolytes in dialysis solutions for kidney patients for whom the specifications for production are controlled and secure.

You can be assured that the mercury level in the Magnesium Chloride base for Health And Wisdom’s liquid magnesium products is below a single part per million ~ a level often so low as to be beyond detection.

You can pull a sample from the Ocean, from the Dead Sea, the Great Salt Lake, the Zechstein seabed in Northwestern Europe, the Permian Period seabed in the central U.S. or a brine well and find levels of several contaminants greater than what is good for humans. You can also pull a sample from these same sources and find very few contaminants; it depends upon where you pull the sample from, the currents, the sources of contamination in the area, etc. Just because the origin sounds romantic does not make it pure and safe “as is” for humans. Every form of refined magnesium must undergo significant filtration and processing requirements to reach a level of purity that is beneficial to the human system. Most sources obtain a semblance of relatively acceptable purity by evaporating magnesium rich brine into dehydrated crystals that are then reconstituted with purified water to the proper solution.

Health and Wisdom’s certified USP grade magnesium chloride is the purest in the United States market. Our Magnesium Oil is not reconstituted magnesium crystals and has been purified and refined in liquid form to ensure the absolute minimum level of impurity possible using modern techniques; generally exceeding governmental requirements. This method of refinement also ensures that the risk of stray dehydrated contaminants remaining affixed to dehydrated crystals is effectively eliminated.

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