Magnesium Benefits?


Magnesium's Job



Increases Energy

Regulates Blood Sugar Levels

Boosts Immune System

Reduces Lactic Acid reducing post exercise pain

Fast Absorbing & Quick Relief

Improves Cardiovascular/Heart Health

Increases Bone Strength

Relieves Arthritis, Fibromyalgia and Joint Pain

Combats Anxiety

Relieves Headaches and Migraines

Relieves Sore Muscles

Protects Blood Circulation and Brain

Relieves Neuropathy Pain

Relieves Pain, including Chronic Pain

Relaxes Muscles

Improves Mood and Reduces Stress

Raises DHEA levels

Controls Cholesterol Production

Ideal for Sports Medicine

Boosts Serotonin "feel good" Brain Chemical



Magnesium's Job



Magnesium is a natural mineral found in the oceans. Magnesium & Chloride are two of the seven "Macro Mineral" Electrolytes. 

  1. Sodium   
  2. Chloride  
  3. Potassium 
  4. Magnesium    
  5. Calcium 
  6. Phosphate 
  7. Bicarbonate    

Magnesium Chloride is a Sea Salt with Trace Minerals.

A Master Mineral responsible for 350 bio-chemical processes and 800 enzyme reactions in the body, from head to toe. 

Responsible for the metabolism of calcium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, copper, iron, sodium, lead, cadmium, hydrochloric acid, acetylcholine and nitric oxide as well as for the activation of Vitamin B1, which affects a wide spectrum of crucial body functions.

An adult body contains 25g magnesium, with 50% - 60% present in the bones and most of the rest in soft tissues. Less than 1% of total magnesium is in blood serum.

Calcium is the main conductor of the electricity that pass along the nerves and magnesium is necessary to maintain the proper level of calcium in the blood.

Magnesium's Job

Magnesium's Job

Magnesium's Job



For purposes of cellular detoxification and tissue purification, the most effective form of magnesium is magnesium chloride, which has a strong excretory effect on toxins and stagnant energies stuck in the tissues of the body, drawing them out through the pores of the skin. Chloride is required to produce a large quantity of gastric acid each day and is also needed to stimulate starch-digesting enzymes. 

Necessary for producing, storing and transporting energy (ATP) from the mitochondria. Magnesium must be bound to ATP, energy, in order to be biologically active.  

An important calming agent. Calms the Central Nervous System, decreasing excitation of nerves and contraction of muscles. 

Intimately involved in the transmitting of nerve signals. Magnesium permits a small amount of calcium to enter the nerve cell to allow electrical transmission along the nerves to and from the brain.

Intimately involved in muscle function,  including oxygen uptake, electrolyte balance and energy production.  Magnesium makes muscles work properly.