Magnesium oil

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Magnesium oil (also referred to as transdermal magnesium)[1] is a mixture of magnesium chloride in water. In reality, it is not a "true" oil, as it is not composed of one or more hydrocarbons. It can be applied to the skin.[2] The magnesium is absorbed through the skin and is claimed to have health benefits, such as for the treatment of magnesium deficiency, to relieve muscle pains and aches (especially headaches), and to enhance relaxation.[2]

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  1. ^ Knox, Kerri; Tucker, Joshua. The Levaquin Tendonitis Solution. Kerri Knox, RN. p. 49. ISBN 0557648513.
  2. ^ a b Criscuolo, Giulia (October 2011). "Transdermal Magnesium". #76. The South African Journal of Natural Medicine. Retrieved 22 January 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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