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 Magnesium Massage

Boosting magnesium levels provides support for a range of health conditions and optimal amounts are critical for good health. We  source magnesium from the ancient Zechstein Seabed, extracting it in a 100% raw, natural, toxin-free state.  All of our Magnesium Massage gel and oil products are absorbed transdermally into the body via massage.

A study conducted by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, and published in The New York Times, found that volunteers who received a 45-minute Swedish massage experienced significant decreases in levels of the stress hormone cortisol, as well as arginine vasopressin-a hormone that can lead to increases in cortisol. Volunteers also had increases in the number of lymphocytes, white blood cells that are part of the immune system, and a boost in the immune cells that may help fight colds and the flu.  

​Boosting magnesium levels provides support for a range of health conditions and optimal amounts are critical for good health. We  source magnesium from the ancient Zechstein Seabed, extracting it in a 100% raw, natural, toxin-free state.  All of our Magnesium Massage gel and oil products are absorbed transdermally into the body via massage.

Q: WHAT IS MAGNESlUM OIL? Magnesium Oil is a highly concentrated, liquid form of magnesium chloride (MgCl2). Magnesium chloride in the form of magnesium oil is ideal for use in transdermal massage applications because it is rapidly absorbed through the skin, and therefore rapidly can elevate low or depleted levels of magnesium in the body.Magnesium oil can safely, effectively, and rapidly increase magnesium levels in tissues. It is well known that magnesium intake (i.e., through diet) continues declining in modern, western societies due to increasingly depleted soils and the failure to replenish magnesium in soils due to the practices of industrial agriculture. These facts establish the need for greater magnesium intake, which may include the use of magnesium supplements, including the transdermal application of magnesium oil). These facts also support and explain the rising popularity of transdermal magnesium therapy among health care practitioners and health-conscious individuals.

Sure, lying in a tranquil room in a relaxed atmosphere on a massage table with the lights dimmed, candles lit in the background and the essence of lavender piercing through the warm air sounds like the perfect way to end the day on a good note, however, the purpose of massages is not just for relaxation. It carries many medicinal benefits too.The practice of using touch as a healing method derives from customs and techniques rooted in ancient history. Eastern and Western Civilizations found that massages could heal injuries, relieve pain, reduce stress, prevent and cure illnesses. Massages can even promote the release of the built-up toxins in your body causing numerous health problems.

Below are the top 12 medicinal benefits of massages…

Chronic Pain

People with chronic pain often turn to massage therapy to help naturally improve their quality of life. Massage can increase a person’s serotonin level, which causes the body to reduce pain naturally. Around 35 percent of all people who receive massages experience less pain associated with stiffness, soreness, injuries and chronic health conditions. Massages have been found to effectively relax muscles and stiff joints. Massages also reduce fibromyalgia symptoms. Fibromyalgia is a chronic syndrome characterized by generalized pain, joint rigidity, intense fatigue, sleep alterations, headache and muscle spasms. One study by the University of Miami School of Medicine found that massage therapy helped people with fibromyalgia feel more relaxed and helped with tender point pain and decreased their levels of substance P (a substance that sends pain signals around your body).


Back Pain

When the Canadian Medical Association Journal looked at different solutions for chronic lower back pain, the researchers found that massage was the most effective treatment for reducing back pain.



Massage therapy has been recommended for diabetes for over 100 years, helping to restore proper use of insulin, and lowering inflammation.

Reduces Depression, Anxiety & Fatigue

Massage therapy has been shown to help lower stress, eliminate depression and improve fatigue. Studies have found that the presence of depression is often triggered by active and chronic pain and that depression alone leads to muscle tension and pain which can be very painful to live with on a daily basis.


Arthritis Pain

A massage that involves applying light pressure to your joints and the tiny pressure receptors under your skin could help ease your arthritis pain. Massage can increase blood flow to your joints and boost your circulation throughout your body, which could help increase your mobility and flexibility.

Improves Posture

Sitting in front of a computer all day or standing on your feet enduring hour of manual labor can cause tension in the neck and back. This can result in poor posture. Massages can help the body to reinforce healthy and natural movements. Your muscles can relax and loosen with a massage and allow your body to position itself in a natural pain-free posture.


Relieves Headaches

Massage on a regular basis helps the relax and de-stress the body. This alternative method reduces the chances of experiencing migraine attacks and tension headaches significantly by relaxing muscle spasms and trigger points. It can also ease the pressure brought on during a migraine or tension-related headaches. By focusing on the neck, shoulders, and head, massage can decrease the pain and discomfort brought on by a migraine or tension headaches.

Can Help Lower High Blood Pressure & Improve Blood Circulation

Massages can enhance blood flow, lower blood pressure and improve body function. Better blood circulation is part of the chain reaction that occurs in the body as a result of receiving massage therapy on a regular basis.


Improve Flexibility

Massage can stimulate the production of the body’s natural lubricants to keep flexibility at a maximum. By working on muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments, and joints, massages can improve your flexibility and range of motion, keeping your joints more fluid and making them less injury prone.

Enhances Athletic Performance

Certain types of massages including sports massages are specifically designed to enhance athletic performance. It’s common today for athletes to receive massages at the arenas or training sites to help establish blood flow and to warm up muscles prior to a game or an event.


Improves ADHD

Massages have been found to be effective for treating ADHD. In a recent study, ADHD adolescents who took ten massage treatment classes for two weeks rated themselves as more content than those in comparison who participated in recreation therapy. Researchers found that the patients with ADHD were less squirmy, and teachers of noticed more on-task behavior when compared with the recreation therapy group.


Helps with Insomnia

Massage can increase serotonin levels, which can naturally help individuals to experience a good night sleep.


Massages are becoming increasingly more and more popular as people are realizing the power medicinal benefits that massages have to offer. Unlike medications, massages have no long or short-term side-effects. Not only does it feel good, it can improve your health and quality of life.


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