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Simply Put, The World's Best
 
DermaMag™ is a revolutionary new daily magnesium supplement absorbed through the skin. It is the highest quality magnesium available today. One hundred percent natural and contaminant free, it can be applied on the skin like lotion, or used in a footbath soak to deliver high doses of magnesium for rapid absorption.
 
DermaMag™ solves the problems that riddle most magnesium supplements available today: poor absorption, abdominal upset and diarrhea.
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

DermaMag™ can be used two ways. It can be applied to the skin and rubbed in, much like skin lotion. It can also be used in a 20-minute daily foot soak. The quickest way to raise your body's magnesium levels over the shortest period of time is to combine the two methods together.
 
 
 
 
 
In 2006, the World Health Organization reached consensus that a majority of the world's population is magnesium deficient. Likewise, in 1995, the Gallop Organization conducted a survey and found that 72% of adult Americans consume less than the Recommended Daily Allowance for Magnesium.
 
 
The chart above shows how American daily intake of magnesium has dropped by 50% in the last 100 years. In 1900, the average daily intake of magnesium was about 450 milligrams a day. By 2000, the daily intake had dropped to about 225 milligrams. This large drop is alarming, considering that magnesium is necessary to maintain basic human health.
 
 
 
 
Results of Shealy Study
 
Dr. Norman Shealy MD, PhD, Neurosurgeon and renowned expert on pain management, has completed studies on the impact of transdermal (skin) application of magnesium chloride.
 
For his study, Dr. Shealy had 16 patients spray magnesium chloride on their body and take a 20 minute foot soak. This regimen was undertaken daily for 4 weeks. After the 4 week study was completed, 75% of the patients had significant improvements in intracellular magnesium levels:
 
 
 
Before
 
After
Reference
Range
 
(mEq/l)
(mEq/l)
(mEq/l)
Magnesium
31.4
41.2
33.9-41.9
 
 
 
 
DermaMag™ Product Use
 
Spray DermaMag magnesium oil onto skin and rub thoroughly. Application to both arms and legs will provide a large surface area for absorption.  You can apply DermaMag to other areas, if desired.
 
When applied to the skin, magnesium oil feels slightly slippery at first. After 1-2 minutes, as absorption occurs, it no longer feels oily or slippery.
 
Please Note: For maximum absorption of magnesium, combine skin application with a daily footbath. Combining the two methods together - skin application and footbath - will produce the best results.
 
When using a footbath, pour 2 ounces of DermaMag into the footbath tub.  Soak feet for 20-25 minutes using warm water.  Do not use hot water.
 
Precautions:Be careful not to apply full strength magnesium oil to face, eyes, or other sensitive areas. If irritation occurs, wash with water.
 
Application to certain skin areas may cause an itchy sensation, or irritation. This can be remedied by diluting the magnsesium oil down to a 1 part water to 1 part magnesium oil ratio. When doing so, it is recommended that you use filtered, clean water for dilution purposes.
 
 
Product Dosage
 
Below is the U.S. Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for magnesium.
 
Magnesium RDA
 
 

 

 
Why Don't Our Doctors Tell Us About Magnesium?
 
If magnesium is so critical to our health, why don't our doctors tell us about it? The answer may be that most doctors are simply unaware that so many patients are magnesium deficient. Unfortunately, a reliable, readily available test for magnesium deficiency is lacking.
 
Most medical laboratories are only equipped to measure magnesium contents in the blood. This method, however, is not useful because even if a person is very deficient in magnesium, the body keeps the blood level normal by pulling magnesium from bone and tissue cells. A person can have a major magnesium deficiency and still have normal magnesium blood levels.
 
Additionally, many doctors did not get extensive training in medical school regarding the health impact of mineral deficiency. Large, mainstream studies on the role that magnesium deficiency plays in many of today's diseases are available, but are simply ignored or overlooked.
 

Dr. Carolyn Dean - Author of "The Magnesium Miracle"
 
 
 
Why Are We So Magnesium Deficient?  
   
Researchers believe that we evolved on a diet that was high in magnesium-rich foods such as greens, nuts, seeds, and grains. Because of this, our bodies didn’t develop mechanisms to store magnesium since it was readily available in our food.
 
This would not be a problem if we still lived in a period when magnesium-rich food was plentiful. But times have changed, and our world today presents a different picture:
 
AGRICULTURE - The last 100 years has seen a dramatic shift in farming practices. Most of the soil has been overworked and depleted of magnesium. Today’s fertilizers will often contain inadequate levels of magnesium. Additionally, to increase profits, farmers use techniques which accelerate plant growth, but reduce the amount of time for magnesium to fixate within the crops.
 
DIET – People don’t eat enough high-magnesium foods anymore: green leafy vegetables, beans, nuts, legumes, unrefined grains. When we do eat vegetables we often cook or boil them. Doing so tends to leach out a considerable amount of magnesium, as magnesium is water soluble. Also, we eat a much higher percentage of processed foods today, which not only contain less magnesium than natural foods, but often lead to stressful conditions within the body that require higher levels of daily magnesium for us to maintain health.
   
WATER – Fluoride in our water supply binds to magnesium particles and renders them unavailable for use in our body. Additionally, the filtration processing of our tap water and many bottled water brands removes important minerals, such as magnesium.
 
 


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