Hello again all Blog del Runner followers. In this video we will see how to make Magnesium water, also called “Magnesium Oil”, from Magnesium Chloride. Magnesium benefits Magnesium plays many important roles in the body, affecting muscle, bone, nervous and cardiovascular system. It also acts as a pH adjusting agent and improves insulin secretion. Magnesium is an essential mineral for our body. Its deficit may have very negative consequences for us. Causes of Magnesium deficiency Poor land management All food we eat is becoming poorer in magnesium. The main reason for this is the poor quality of croplands, mainly due to: Overexploitation of croplands due to intensive agriculture. Use of artificial chemical fertilizers containing nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, so that all the ground magnesium extracted by plants is not restored. And finally, the abuse of chemical treatments with powerful pesticides and herbicides. These three factors make the land become poorer in magnesium. Another cause of magnesium deficiency is the poor condition of our digestive system, mainly caused by an unbalanced diet and excessive consumption of medicaments. Finally, an excessive sweating also causes magnesium deficiency. This is a common situation that directly affects athletes, especially runners, mainly in hot weather or when practicing very demanding competitions, such as long distance races. How to supply magnesium needs This is an easy, quick and efficient way to provide magnesium to the body. The procedure for making magnesium oil is very simple. We will need just water and crystallized Magnesium Chloride. Magnesium Chloride is easily found in health food stores. Also I am leaving a link in the video description to find it online. First, heat water to make the dissolution of Magnesium Chloride easier. Then pour Magnesium Chloride into a glass or container, about 100 grams. We put 100 milliliters of hot water into another glass. As a rule of thumb, notice that it takes approximately the same volume of water and Magnesium Chloride. Then pour the hot water into the glass with Magnesium Chloride and mix with a spoon until completely dissolved. The mixture should be completely transparent. Once the dissolution has cooled down, we can transfer it to another container that makes it easier to use. Following these simple instructions we have made Magnesium Oil. This oil is applied on the skin spreading it with a gentle massage and it is quickly absorbed. In 15 to 20 minutes it is completely absorbed, and assimilated into the bloodstream. As you have seen, this dissolution contains just water and Magnesium Chloride. However it is called “oil” because of its texture when applied onto the skin, very similar to that of a massage oil. It can be applied on any area of the body. For runners or athletes it is especially interesting to apply on muscles and joints, to avoid cramps, contractures and muscle aches. If you have any wounds or skin scratch you may notice itching or stinging when applying magnesium oil. This is completely normal, as it is an acidic solution. You don’t have to worry. If you have found this video interesting, please give it a Like and share it on social networks. You can leave me a comment with any questions or concerns about it. Greetings and see you next time. Today we are preparing a natural isotonic drink with great alkaline properties. This is a really effective way to fight fatigue and speed up recovery after exercise.
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