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Does Magnesium Oil Spray Really work?

Updated: Jul 29, 2022

If Magnesium is found naturally in foods, why would we still need to use a Magnesium Oil Spray?

According to Health Canada, over 34% of adult Canadians have inadequate levels of magnesium and according to the WHO World Health Organization, this number is as high as 60% (3 in 5 people) are magnesium deficient.

Magnesium is such a fundamental element to life that lack of this mineral can pose a wide array of problems in an organism.

What are the signs/symptoms of magnesium deficiency?

Magnesium deficiency has been associated with a number of conditions and symptoms such as:

  • muscle cramps

  • appetite changes

  • difficulty sleeping

  • mood swings, irritability

  • anxiety and depression

  • fatigue, lethargy, and weakness

  • nausea, vomiting, or constipation

Why are so many people magnesium deficient?

Much of our magnesium intake has historically come from green vegetables, nuts, seeds, dry beans, and even whole grains.

The processing of foods, enrichment of whole grain flour to produce white bread, and such similar processes has over time depleted much of these sources such that our typical western diets no longer provide satisfactory levels of magnesium for our bodies.

Does Beach Labs Magnesium Oil Spray really work?

There are several studies and peer reviewed publications that have concluded the transdermal absorption (absorption through the skin) properties of topical magnesium application.

Magnesium can be ingested but one of the most common side effects and major drawbacks with ingesting magnesium directly, as opposed to absorbing it topically, is the laxative effect that leads to diarrhea. You may also experience stomach discomfort, nausea, and even vomiting in extreme cases.

What are the benefits of using Beach Labs Magnesium Oil Spray?

  • Relieves muscles aches and pains

  • Boosts energy levels

  • Eases anxiety

  • Prevents migraines

  • Helps boost fertility

  • Promotes a good night sleep

  • Lowers risk of hypertension

  • Fights depression

"“Serotonin, the "feel-good" brain chemical that is boosted by Prozac, depends on magnesium for its production and function.”

Dr. Carolyn Dean, The Magnesium Miracle

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