Mg chloride gel

More than 90% of people have magnesium deficiency. Here’s the way to not be among them! Mg chloride gel is a natural mineral that helps with neck and back pain, joint stiffness and muscle inflammation.


Magnesium chloride gel has been successful in relieving depression, insomnia, headache, asthma, heart arrhythmia and various other problems. The best way to take magnesium is through the skin, transdermal, the magnesium is absorbed in an unchanged form then.

The massage relaxes the body, increases skin hydration, reduces inflammation and risk of heart disease, and also strengthens the skeletal system. By the gel massage, through the skin, we take magnesium in the safest way possible.
Those who do not know, by drinking magnesium, you run a risk of liver and kidney damage.
Be well nourished and your body will be grateful for that!

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Magnesium is less and less present in food due to the use of artificial fertilizers and pesticides, thus destroying the natural composition of the soil, depriving us of many essential minerals. Modern food is refined; up to 99% of magnesium is removed from food. Unfortunately, even those of us who try to follow a well-balanced diet probably have a deficiency in this mineral. Magnesium deficiency is one of the most common problems in industrialized human diet.

Oral intake of magnesium is less suitable due to its laxative effect and loading on the kidneys and liver so that the safest and easiest way is transdermal application (absorption through the skin). It is a fast and convenient way to supply tissues and cells with high doses of magnesium in the most acceptable form for our health.

Magnesium is a rejuvenating mineral. With aging, the ability to absorb decreases. Degeneration is characterized by calcium accumulation and loss of magnesium in cells. Our organs and tissues calcify and accumulate calcium in the body leading to premature aging. It improves bone density and reduces the risk of osteoporosis, reducing physical exhaustion and stress. Even a slight deficiency of magnesium can cause serotonin deficiency and depression, nervousness, aggression.

Magnesium has a calming effect on the nervous system, helps with insomnia, anxiety, irritability, headaches, and convulsions. Women suffering from PMS tension have been found to have low levels of magnesium. It also helps to smooth the transition for women in menopause. Magnesium keeps skin elastic, reduces the signs of aging, reduces inflammation and increases the hydration of skin cells. It is an excellent deodorant with the added advantage of rapid transdermal penetration into the body.

All texts in this publication are non-binding information intended solely to inform and educate the general population and do not in any way replace medical diagnosis or treatment of your licensed physician. We sincerely hope that the information we have provided here contributes to your health, prosperity and well-being. The information provided here has been gathered from many expert sources as well as publications by physicians who use magnesium chloride gel therapy.


Apply a few drops of Mg gel to the skin, avoiding mucous membranes. Mg is absorbed and diffused in the shortest way then. To ease the pain, rub the gel into the painful region and you will soon feel relieved. Mg is absorbed after half an hour and then you can wash the treated region, and you can use the thin film, which has now become inert, as a base for cosmetics. Do not use creams before using Mg as saturated or blocked skin cannot absorb it then.

Mg gel treatments improve the function of our cells and immune system and protect cells from oxidative damage. Mg deficiency is common among people with heart disease. Mg expands the arteries of the heart and lowers cholesterol and fat levels in blood. High blood calcium levels narrow the arteries in the heart and increase the risk of heart attacks. Calcium deposits in the walls of the arteries contribute to the development of atherosclerosis. The arteries become hard and rigid limiting blood flow and causing high blood pressure. Such inelastic blood vessels can easily rupture and cause the worst. People in old age are more and more inflexible, the arteries harden, the skeletal system calcifies and causes rigidity with the fusion of joints and spine, kidneys, glands. Calcification in the eyes causes cataracts, even as the skin hardens, it becomes heavy and wrinkled.

Calcified ovaries lead to premenstrual tension in women. With high levels of Mg intake their PMT disappears and then they feel and look younger. In men, Mg is useful for problems arising from the enlarged prostate.

Increased intake of Mg has also proven effective in preventing or dissolving stones in the kidneys and bladder, activating digestive enzymes and producing bile as well as restoring intestinal flora. Mg has a beneficial effect on digestive processes, reducing digestive discomfort, bloating and offensive stool odors. This is consistent with reducing all body odors including armpits and feet.

Spastic muscles have poor blood and lymphatic circulation which makes it difficult for Mg intake to dissolve and release tissue from calcification. So, we can greatly speed up the rejuvenation process by increasing circulation in the muscles with deep tissue massages, warm and cold water applications, relaxation exercises and Mg gel massages.

Transdermal use of Mg gel is a rapid and accurate way to correct the chronic and degenerative conditions caused by its deficiency. Soaking your feet or dipping your body in warm water with Mg gel results in fast and good results. Initial use with lower doses is recommended.

Avoid using Mg gel on irritated, damaged or inflamed region as well as on sensitive tissues and mucous membranes such as eyes or nose. Carefully apply the gel around your eyelids, under-eyes, and face. You can use it for after-shave skincare if you are sensitive to alcohols.

Mg chloride is an excellent defender against infections, which cannot be said of any other combination of magnesium. Not only it was found to be harmless to tissues, it was also found to enhance leukocyte activity and phagocytosis, (destruction of pathogenic microbes) the same number of white blood cells destroyed three times more microbes than before.

Here is a list of diseases caused by Mg deficiency in the body: nervous system diseases (Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity, autism, depression, anxiety (fear), cerebral palsy, chronic fatigue syndrome, insomnia, restlessness, sensitivity to noise, poor concentration and memory, aggression, muscle cramps, insomnia and sleep disorders, seizures, senility, paranoia, disorientation, suicidal urge, PTSD, diseases of the blood system (high blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmia, angina, heart congestion and heart failure, congestive heart failure, stroke, blood vessel scarring), impaired immunity and autoimmune diseases, all types of cancer and tumors, eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia), type I and II diabetes, elevated blood fat, migraine and headache, obesity, thyroid disorders, menstrual problems (PMS, irregular periods, pain), diseases of the skeletal composition (rheumatism, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, spinal bone, sciatica), skin diseases (psoriasis, neurodermatitis, eczema, dermatitis, seborrhea etc.), respiratory diseases (asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, primary pulmonary hypertension, sore throat, angina, hoarseness, flu, cold, flu , cough, sinus problems, prostate and urinary diseases, impotence, lack of libido (sexual desire), all kidney and bile diseases, diseases of the digestive system (stomach and duodenal ulcer, colitis, Crohn’s disease, gastritis, constipation, chronic diarrhea, intestinal disorders, liver diseases – cirrhosis, tooth and gum problems, etc.


Squeeze a few drops of gel on the clenched palm and apply to the desired part of the body: armpits, forearms, thighs, face, neck, back … Avoid contact with mucous membranes, if you feel burning you can wash the gel or dilute it with water (mineral or distilled). By briskly rubbing the gel on your skin, you increase blood circulation and faster magnesium absorption into tissues. Other practical and safe way is to dip your body in a bath little magnesium or dip your feet, or your hand into a dish of warm water into which you have poured a few teaspoons of magnesium gel.


• Simple, easy and quick application on the skin
• It diffuses rapidly through the body
• Applies as a shower gel, gel or lotion
• Targeted body region can be applied
• Local effects on muscle treatment, connective tissues and skin are more apparent than in oral application
• Skin is a self-regulator of absorption level
• The body absorbs 10 times more magnesium chloride by transdermal application than it can absorb by oral administration.
• Loading and processing in the liver and kidneys are bypassed
• Transdermal intake does not alter the structure of the mineral introduced
• No digestive disorders or diarrhea, as opposed to oral application
• Lower cost per dose compared to intravenous or intramuscular application
• No pain associated with magnesium injections
• There is no risk of the blood vessels injury
• There is no possibility of creating an abscess
• No special equipment required
• The user is free to use the gel at the desired time and location
• There is no therapeutic or transportation cost with self-application
• Available in gel form as a base for cosmetics
• Application in a form of gel is comfortable; there is no risk of spilling, leaking or sliding down the target region
• Easy determination of magnesium gel concentration by dilution with water
• Gel macromolecules cannot penetrate the epidermis but they are good carriers of magnesium
• The highest concentrations of magnesium are introduced into the body transdermal
• Impact concentrations are taken by application in warm baths
• The treated areas are easily washed with plain water without the use of chemicals
• Adverse skin reactions are immediately visible and can be neutralized by dose reduction, dilution or rinsing with water
• Magnesium chloride is a simple compound, not a complex chemical product with possible manufacturing defects
• Gel is a completely natural product
• Gel is ideal for massage, it is applied directly, and it does not require additional oils
• Consistent absorption control is provided
• Multiple locations available to avoid irritation


Avoid contact of Mg gel with eyes and mucous membrane. If this happens, rinse with clean water. The use of Mg gel is contraindicated in people with acute kidney failure, in those suffering from myasthenia gravis, in people with hypotension, and in people with acute heart failure. If you are taking medication, consult your doctor as magnesium treatments may reduce the need for medication. If you get skin redness, feel itching or similar discomfort, dilute the solution before application until the organism adapts or discontinue the treatment.

The daily doses for preventive use should not exceed 5 ml (two teaspoons) of Mg gel. However, it is unlikely that a larger application could be more dangerous than bathing in high salinity seas for several days.