Top 5 Immune Boosting Supplements: Magnesium

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  1. While searching for the flakes and oil on Amazon I found a couple magnesium lotions. Of course they were crazy expensive so was thinking about making it at home. I already have the ingredients for lotion (shea, cocoa butter, etc.) But can’t figure out what “medium” of magnesium I should add in …… any ideas?

    1. Magnesium chloride has been shown to be retained by the body better than the form found in Epson salt (magnesium sulfate). I use the chloride form, but, we stick with regular Epsom salt baths for my daughter unless she asks for a spray of Mag oil because Mag chloride makes her itchy even in a bath.

    1. I agree. With the chronic digestive disorders and most people’s diets, there is definitely a need to supplement. Luckily, transdermal applications are the most effective so easy for everyone to use.

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