The Many Benefits of Magnesium 

Magnesium is essential for more than 300 cellular functions, particularly those involved in energy production, and for the normal functioning of muscle and nerve tissue.

A deficiency in this vital mineral has been found to cause many symptoms, but can be easily replaced. Transdermal Magnesium is more readily absorbed into the body through the skin compared to taken orally.

Benefits of magnesium may include, but is not limited to:

  • Restores cellular magnesium levels
  • Natural cellular protectant
  • Aids safe and effective detoxification
  • Relieves aches, pains and spasms including muscular cramps
  • Elevates mood and relieves stress
  • Encourages health skin tissue regeneration
  • Helps maintain proper muscle function
  • Boosts energy levels
  • Supports a healthy immune system
  • Balances the hormonal system
  • Calms overactive nerves
  • Improves quality of sleep


Magnesium Deficiency

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body and is critical for good health. Approximately 50% of total body magnesium is found in our bones. The other half is found predominantly inside cells of body tissues and organs. Only 1% of magnesium is found in blood, but the body works very hard to keep blood levels of magnesium constant.1

Magnesium is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function, keeps heart rhythm steady, supports a healthy immune system, and keeps bones strong. Magnesium also helps regulate blood sugar levels, promotes normal blood pressure, and is known to be involved in energy metabolism and protein synthesis.2,3

Symptoms of low levels of Magnesium

The following is a list of things we can watch for concerning low levels of magnesium in humans:

1. Sleep disorders
2. Insomnia
3. Fatigue
4. High Blood pressure
5. Tensions of the body
6. PMS
7. Kidney stones
8. Bone Spurs
9. Osteoporosis
10. Muscle cramps
11. Irregular heartbeat
12. Backache
13. Headache
14. Irritability
15. CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, partial in many cases complete)
16. CVND ( Cardiovascular Nutritional Deficiency)
17. Depression
18. Constipation
19. Lack of mental acuity
20. Accelerated aging
21. Eye and facial Tics LMR (low magnesium relationship)
22. Tourette’s syndrome LMR (low magnesium relationship)
23. Heavy metal poisoning due to low magnesium levels
24. Oxygen deprivation due to LMR
25. Compliment to Omega 3-6-9 fatty acids acting as anti-inflammatory being denied due to LML (low magnesium levels)

It is not completely clear what long-term damage is being done to the body by having low levels of magnesium.

Magnesium; A Unique Mineral

Magnesium is a class of mineral very unique unto itself. There are many experts in the field of health but we will rely on one who understands magnesium. From his book Holy Water, Sacred Oil, the Fountain of Youth, Norman Shealy, MD, Ph.D., states the following: “Every known illness is associated with a magnesium deficiency,” and further states, “magnesium is the most critical mineral required for electrical stability of every cell in the body. A magnesium deficiency may be responsible for more diseases than any other nutrient.”

“Some 350 different enzymes within the body rely on magnesium,” says Burton M. Altura, of the State University of New York Health Science Center inBrooklyn,New York. Altura, further states concerning stroke victims, “those who stroked out had the lowest levels of ionized magnesium when they stroked out. Yet, in some cases, the patients total magnesium concentrations were in the normal ranges.” Magnesium is found in lower levels in the blood. The normal range for magnesium is 1.7 – 2.4 mEq/liter compared to sodium, which is 140 mEq/liter. Thus the problem of measuring accurate amounts of magnesium in the body is difficult because intracellular magnesium is what needs to be measured. Much of magnesium on the market needs to be converted to ionic form before effective results are manifested. Nano particle ionic form of magnesium goes intracellular which can eliminate many worries about magnesium levels being low due to poor absorption.

There is a small portion of society that is aware of the enormous role magnesium plays in body chemistry. Most healthcare professionals do not consider the underlying consequences of low magnesium levels as a consequence to having good health.

Americans are experiencing huge healthcare costs being laid upon them daily, why hasn’t the awareness levels of magnesium deficiency become more publicized?

Magnesium plays an essential role in over 300 enzyme reactions in the human body. All refined foods are lacking magnesium, as well as most other essential minerals. Most Americans eat a highly refined diet and are, as a result, deficient in magnesium.

Magnesium regulates calcium transport and deposition into bone. It is necessary for tissue growth and development, immune system health and function, and the maintenance of normal intracellular calcium, potassium, and sodium levels.

One of magnesium’s critical roles is in the conduction of nerve impulses and the relaxation of muscle tissue. Calcium and potassium stimulate muscle contraction – magnesium makes muscles relax. This is very critical for heart function as you need ample stores of magnesium to allow for proper heart muscle relaxation. A lack of tissue magnesium has been implicated in cardiac failure.