DIY Magnesium Oil Spray Recipe Ingredients and Tools 1/2 cup filtered water 1/2 cup magnesium chloride flakes (the most widely recommended brand and very well sourced, and the one I use, is Ancient Minerals) Spray bottle (I use a 4oz cobalt bottle, that I love) Optional essential oils for refreshing scent
Oral magnesium supplements are known to have poor absorption rates, and some may cause diarrhea and other gastrointestinal problems in larger doses. One of the big benefits of a magnesium spray is how effectively it is absorbed when it’s sprayed onto the skin. By bypassing the digestive system it goes straight into the bloodstream and is delivered to the cells that need it. Find out more about our EASE Magnesium spray by following the link.
How to Make Magnesium Spray for Your Skin - Some people can't get enough magnesium and I'm one of those people. Magnesium is easily depleted from the body when you're under stress or have anxiety. When I don't have time to do a magnesium flake or Epsom salt bath, I spray this DIY magnesium spray on my body to increase my magnesium
Do you have trouble falling asleep? Can you recall the last time you had a restful sleep and woke up rejuvenated? A good night’s sleep isn’t always easy to come by. Yet, it’s a key element to having good health. Not getting enough ZZZs overtime can be detrimental to your body and mind.But don’t worry, you’re about to discover a simple trick that will revolutionize the way you sleep! Homemade sleepytime foot spray helps you..