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Hey, beauties, I’m all about getting enough vitamins and minerals from my diet but that’s never really enough for me. I try different methods for getting the most benefits to my health, for instance, supplements, oils, or balms to help get enough of what my body is missing. I never thought of how important magnesium is to overall wellness. One thing I learned is I’m lacking magnesium. Magnesium deficiency is widespread because it factors on how we are living our lifestyle. Now beauties I don’t know about you but, I always think back to our ancestors. What I have learned about ancient times is there method was very simple, they got plenty of nutrients from their diet. Back in the days, it was all about natural herbs and spices. Our ancestors cooked and ate wisely. They also filled up on essential minerals without much effort. Not like nowadays where everything is about prescription drugs and food that’s not good for us.
Magnesium is an all-natural mineral that helps reduce stress, depression, high blood pressure, acute and chronic pain, asthma, migraines, diabetes, anxiety, insomnia, arthritis, and so much more. Ever wonder why it’s called the chill pill? It came way before what we know now of medications, and over the counter medicines. In my opinion it’s a better natural solution, rather than putting chemicals in your body from all the medications that can do more harm than good. Did you know magnesium is incredibly important to our health, and yet 80% of us are deficient in it. It’s used in over 300 enzymatic reactions in our bodies and is majorly involved in muscle and nervous system relaxation.
One of the best ways to get magnesium into the body is through the skin.
- It is safe, convenient, affordable and effective.
- Allows you to maximize the amount you’re getting daily without having to worry about diarrhea, digestion, or swallowing additional pills several times a day.
- It is especially helpful with pain and can be applied directly to the trouble area with immediate results, rather than waiting for it to work its way through your GI tract.
I have a slight confession to make here, I often forget to take my supplements. The reason being is because I get tired of swallowing pills, especially if they must be taken several each day. I know I can’t be the only one. If they’re is an easier way to getting my supplements that my body needs rather than taking several pills a day than that’s what I’ll be doing. For any vitamin deficiency, there are always more ways than just vitamin intake, for example, oils, and balms. As I scroll through social media I came across this page called “ALL OIL EVERYTHING” which pretty much explains it in her logo. It’s an all-natural small business, (which I love to support) that sells pretty much everything you need from essential oils, to balms, to sprays, to natural salts, it’s adult and kids friendly, and it won’t break your bank. The nature lover in me decided to give it a go, and pick up a few things from there site https://www.alloileverything.com/. The shopaholic in me wanted to get practically everything, you can’t blame me they were so much to choose from. From the few products, I did order one of them was a magnesium balm. I tried my fair share of magnesium vitamins, lotions, and creams, but I got to say this is by far the easiest way I get my magnesium. I haven’t had any bad reactions or side effects. I use this daily so much so it helped relieve my migraines, my PMS, neck pain, my fatigue subsided which gave me more energy, and I sleep through the night and wake up well-rested. I know this has been working since going to the doctor my test results came back that my magnesium is back to normal.
- Magnesium Balm can last up to two months in the refrigerator and goes a long way toward supplementing your dietary magnesium intake.
- Magnesium balm can be applied to any part of the body, particularly the soles of the feet, or areas where you are experiencing muscle aches or pains – such as the lower back, feet, legs, neck or shoulders.
Have you tried magnesium balm? I’d say give a shot! I have recommended magnesium balm to everyone and anyone that listens. It changed my overall health to feeling better.
Until next time,