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Homeopathic remedy for Magnesium Deficiency

Friday, February 27th, 2015

Magnesium Phos, #8, is the best remedy for muscle spasms-back, leg, abdomen or calf. Use in the evening for a peaceful night sleep without charley horses. Relaxes tight back muscles. Supports intestinal health and is beneficial for abdominal spasms and intestinal problems such as colitis or constipation. Magnesium Phos calms agitated nerves for pain relief of headache, writer’s cramp, sciatica, neuralgia. Use before and after dental work to calm tooth pain. Spasmodic is a key symptom and Magnesium Phos calms spasmodic coughs, hiccups and menstrual cramps. Magnesium helps with abdominal pains improved by eating.


Magnesium Phos is from magnesium, an important mineral that is involved in over 300 enzyme reactions in the body. Homeopathic Magnesium Phos goes quickly into the system for prompt relief. Studies have shown that most adults are deficient in the mineral magnesium. Refined foods, pollution, non-absorption and insufficient ability of the body to utilize magnesium in the body are some of the causes. It is especially recommended that diabetics, individuals with heart disease and those with high blood pressure have their magnesium levels checked.


Magnesium Phos, especially in low potency 6X, can help your body utilize magnesium in the body and from food and is completely safe (unlike 500 mg supplements that can cause bowel overload with resulting diarrhea). Helpful information on are homeopathic potency of minerals used within the cells. Cell Salts can improve the body’s ability to absorb Magnesium. If lacking in Magnesium Phos, nerves are on edge with the inability to relax emotionally (showing as anxiety, nervous disorders, depression) and physically (showing as muscle problems, fibromyalgia-worse with even a light touch, nerve sensitivity-even the skin may feel overly sensitive).

Magnesium Phos is found inside the cells of muscles, nerves, bones, the brain and spine. Deficiency affects muscle fibers and nerve endings. Magnesium is one of the trio including Potassium and Calcium involved in muscle function. Magnesium deficiency has been linked with CFS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.


Consider Magnesium Phosp when there has been nerve injury or damage. Speed injury recovery with Magnesium Phos. Magnesium Phos is indicated when nerve pain is shooting, darting, or spasmodic. Couple this with magnesium’s presence in the brain and you’ll see Magnesium Phos importance in neuralgias and headaches.


Magnesium Phos is the Cell Salt to use for nerve pain. Magnesium Phos is indicated for migraines, fatigue, hearing disorders, Meniere’s disease, neuralgia, panic attacks.


Works successfully with other therapies. Absorbs instantly, great for people with digestion difficulties.

6 Powerful Ways to Boost Your Magnesium Levels

Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

To get your Magnesium levels up quickly, use at least five of these techniques :

1. Eat Magnesium rich foods. The top ten foods sources highest in Magnesium are:
  1. Kelp
  2. Almonds
  3. Cashews
  4.  Molasses
  5. Buckwheat
  6. Brazil nuts
  7. Dulse
  8. Filberts
  9. Millet
  10. Pecans
It’s important to soak nuts for twelve hours to activate them, then rinse them, which releases enzyme inhibitors, phytic acid. Otherwise, eating nuts may increase Magnesium levels but decrease Zinc levels, which is also another essential mineral.
2. Take a top quality oral Magnesium supplement two times a day - with either breakfast or lunch, and dinner. The best kinds of Magnesium supplements that I recommend:
  • Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate
  • Liquid colloidal Magnesium
  • Magnesium Chloride
  • Magnesium Citrate
3. Stop  doing things that waste Magnesium. Things to avoid if you want to keep your Magnesium levels high:
  • Gluten.
  • Cooked foods – cooked foods can actually strip minerals from the body. Instead, eat plenty of raw foods (nuts, seeds, vegetables).
  • Alcohol
  • Non-organic farmed “foods” come from deficient soil that uses herbicides and pesticides that can deplete Magnesium.
  • Refined sugar, including corn syrup and artificial sweeteners.
  • Prolonged stress – Magnesium will leech out quickly if the emotions aren’t brought back into balance. Yoga will help with this.
  • Cheap common table salt – replace it with good quality Himalayan crystal salt or Celtic Sea salt.
  • Tap water that is laced with poisonous sodium fluoride – get a good water filter
  • Refined stuff of any kind – including unfermented soy products.
  • Regular and decaffeinated coffee or black tea
4.  Magnesium oil, which is rubbed into the skin. If you combine Magnesium rich foods with Magnesium supplements and a topical form, it restores magnesium levels faster. It is recommend rubbing Magnesium oil on your feet before you go to bed, especially if you have trouble falling asleep or your legs twitch at night.
5. Make sure you get enough of these other nutrients to utilize, absorb and keep Magnesium in your body:
  • Vitamin D3
  • Vitamin B1 (thiamine)
  • Selenium
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin B6
6. There are some extremely good homeopathic Magnesium formulas that work excellently! They work really well because they open up the cell receptor site where the Magnesium needs to enter. If the Magnesium deficiency has been serious for a long time, there is a chance the receptor site has shut down. The homeopathic remedy Mag Phos can wake it up to allow Magnesium to quickly be absorbed into cells again.