Magnesium Is There a Difference?

Magnesium Chloride is one of the most important and vital minerals for life. Without magnesium chloride, the human body would be unable to maintain fluids in blood vessels, move muscles, conduct nerve transmissions, or maintain proper kidney function. Magnesium chloride is a highly soluble, potent form of magnesium for fast-acting topical uses.

Dr. Sircus

Magnesium Chloride and Magnesium Sulfate

Magnesium Chloride baths are great way to relieve muscle soreness after a work out, improve circulation, relieve headaches, joint pain, skin conditions, and much more. They are a great way to calm the stress of the day and ease into a restful sleep. 

Did you know not all Magnesium Bath Flakes are equal? There is a big difference between Magnesium Chloride and Magnesium Sulfate. Some Magnesium comes from the Dead Sea where raw sewage is still dumped.

Magnesium Chloride is easily assimilated and metabolized by the human body. Magnesium Sulfate is rapidly excreted through the kidneys and difficult for your body to assimilate. Magnesium Chloride reflect better clinical and pharmacological effects and a lower tissue toxicity than Magnesium Sulfate.

For example Epsom Salts are used for children with Autism who have been known to test low in magnesium. Because Epsom Salts are Magnesium Sulfate the benefits are wasted in the urine.

There is mounting evidence, that deficient levels of magnesium contribute to heavy metal deposits in the brain, which precedes Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Multiple Sclerosis. Professor Gunson Liu and Inna Slutsky

It may be very tempting to run to your local box store or drugstore to purchase Epsom Salts to relax your muscles for your nightly soak or help to sooth muscle pain, it isn't the best value for your money. It is not the best when looking to calm the stress of the day and ease into a restful sleep.

Magnesium Chloride is the better choice to work with other nutrients for your immune system and to fight free radicals.

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