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Transdermal Magnesium Chloride

Footbath Using MCO or Magnesium Chloride Flakes

Using a footbath is a relaxing way to raise body's magnesium levels. Also, this is the preferred method of application for any health issues with the lower extremities such as the feet, ankles and legs


▲  Pour 4 ounces of Magnesium Oil or 1-2 Cups magnesum chloride flakes into a heated footbath - if using flakes allow time for them to dissolve. Massaging and/or vibrating option may enhance your experience.

▲  Add just enough warm (101 –105 °F) water to cover your feet - Do not use water at a temperature of >105 °F, which encourages general excretion rather than absorption.


▲  Soak clean washed feet for 20-25 minutes

▲  Dry feet


TO ECONOMISE - DON'T THROW OUT THE WATER - you can reuse it several times - just top it up with some hot water and a little extra oil (well at least until it gets disgusting! – that's why you wash your feet first).

How often should you take a footbath? if you are trying to remedy a magnesium deficiency, you should take a daily footbath for a week and then 3 times/week for a couple months to increase your body's magnesium levels.

Add in ¼ cup of baking soda for an extra akalizing therapy –  sodium bicarbonate is used to counter acidity in the body, which is present in most of today's degenerative health problems. Cancer cannot survive in an alkaline environment, making this additional alkalizing therapy a no-brainer.

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