Magnesium, the fourth most abundant mineral in our body, is critical for over 300 biochemical reactions in our bodies. Yet studies have shown up to 2/3 of individuals consume less than the recommended amount for this vital nutrient.
Getting enough magnesium supports healthy metabolism, cardiovascular health, bone health, muscular relaxation, blood sugar regulation, and promotes calm energy in the body.
People with hemochromatosis and iron overload are especially at risk for heart and liver disease, often suffer from inflammation caused by the oxidative damage of excess iron, and many times experience fatigue and sleep issues. Magnesium is an important nutrient to support these health challenges.
When undergoing therapeutic phlebotomy or venisection, magnesium is depleted and needs to be replenished.
For these reasons and more, magnesium may be an important supplement to add to your routine if you have iron overload.
Most magnesium supplements are by mouth, involving swallowing of pills or powders. While this is a convenient and effective method of supplementation for many people, it has its potential drawbacks.
Some possible problems with oral magnesium supplementation:
This is where the Hemochromatosis Help Magnesium Cream shines.
Through the unique topical application, absorption is superior. Since it bypasses the intestines, there's no risk of digestive side effects!
The soothing lotion makes this cream an ideal application for individuals with even the most sensitive skin.
Additionally, and possibly most importantly, many people report a soothing relief when applying Magnesium Cream over sore or tense muscles.
Magnesium has been shown to benefit health in a number of ways:
A deficiency of magnesium is implicated in a number of health concerns such as:
Use Magnesium Cream at night before bed... many people have reported to us that this has helped their sleep quality!
Note: Magnesium Cream is available for purchase and shipping both in the United States and Internationally
Suggested Use: 1-2 pumps daily. Apply topically to skin at varied locations on the skin.