Ancient Minerals Magnesium Oil Ultra is a next generation formula incorporating the unique synergistic benefits of MSM and magnesium. Transdermal Magnesium Therapy is fast becoming the preferred modality for rapidly elevating magnesium levels in the body. It is safer and more convenient than intravenous injections, and allows for far greater assimilation than oral supplements.
Magnesium oil is the primary form of magnesium used for transdermal application.
MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) has long been revered as a superior form of sulfur supplementation, but as a topical it enhances cell membrane permeability and may facilitate more efficient uptake of magnesium ions.
Ancient Minerals Magnesium Oil Ultra contains approximately 1.6 g elemental magnesium and 3.6 g of MSM per fl oz. Ancient Minerals Magnesium Oil Ultra utilizes premium distilled MSM.
Ancient Minerals Magnesium Oil
Ancient Minerals Magnesium Oil derives from ultra pure magnesium chloride lying deep beneath the earth in an ancient seabed that is 250 million years old. This pristine source yields the purest magnesium oil in the world.
Boosting your magnesium levels offers you support for a wide range of health conditions and can improve general health. Magnesium is required for the production of energy (ATP), balancing the mineral calcium, and ensuring proper function of enzyme systems, as well as supports the heart, nervous system (via relaxation of muscle tissues), and offers relief from pain.
Scientists have long known that magnesium is a critical player in cell metabolism, helping to transport other minerals across cell membranes and affecting cell mechanisms that control the activity of muscle and nerve cells. But as the scientists note, their research suggests that the cardiac muscle seems to be more sensitive to magnesium intake than skeletal muscle.
Magnesium is naturally present in water and foods in varying amounts. The US Daily Value for magnesium is about 320 mg per day for women and more than 400 mg per day for men. Yet studies show that most people regularly consume half that amount, partly due to depleted magnesium levels in soils and in foods. And now, new research reveals that this lack of magnesium may put your heart and your health at significant risk.
Magnesium oil offers you an ideal way safely and rapidly to absorb more magnesium into your body. Magnesium oil also provides effective relief for sore, aching muscles, and replenishes cellular magnesium levels. Magnesium is required for energy production (ATP) in the body.
MSM is a natural substance found in food and in the human body. It is also a metabolite of DMSO and is believed thereby to be one of the reasons DMSO is an effective pain remedy. MSM is a source of sulfur, a mineral element critical to the normal function and structure of the human body.
Sulfur is a raw material for the protein and connective tissue (especially proteoglycans and glycosaminoglycans such as hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulfate) that make up our body mass, for enzymes that conduct countless chemical reactions, and for powerful natural compounds (such as glutathione) that protect against toxicity and harmful free radicals.
MSM consists chemically of 2 hydrocarbon units attached to a unit with one sulfur and two oxygen atoms. It has a molecular weight of 94 and is therefore a small molecule able to enter easily into many compartments of the human body.
Toxicity studies show that MSM has extremely low toxicity comparing favorably to the toxicity of water. Dr. Stanley W. Jacob, Director of the DMSO Clinic and Professor of Surgery at Oregon Health Sciences University, has conducted clinical studies on MSM and used it with his patients for over 20 years. He has documented his findings in The Miracle of MSM (Putnam 1999). He lists as MSM’s most significant actions: 1) Pain control (analgesic), 2) Reduces inflammation, 3) Passes through cellular membranes of the body, including the skin, 4) Dilates blood vessels and increases blood flow, 5) Blocks the action of cholinesterase, thereby helping restore normal bowel activity, 6) Reduces muscle spasm, 7) Alters the cross-linking process in collagen, thereby reducing scar tissue, 8) Antiparasitic (particularly against giardia), and 9) Immune normalizing effects, as observed in some autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and scleroderma.
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