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Contains 7 healing herbs

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All-purpose everyday use
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Thousands sold since 1995!

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All-organic spray in a
Witch Hazel & Isopropyl Alcohol base

Specially formulated with Solomon's Seal and 9 powerful herbs to give quick-acting
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BRING MORE MAGNESIUM INTO YOUR LIFE

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Magnesium Therapy
Magnesium Therapy : HOW TO DO
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Magnesium Deficiency

mgsavelifeTransdermal Magnesium Therapy is a very effective way to bring more Magnesium into your life. It may be a component of a personal Magnesium Therapy program that may include:

•    Transdermal    (topical spray, gel, lotion, cream, salve, oil)
•    Oral    (supplement, or plain Magnesium Chloride in water)
•    Intravenous IV    (medical procedure under medical guidance)
•    Soak or Bath    (Magnesium Chloride or Magnesium Sulfate flakes)
•    Food    (Magnesium-rich foods in a balanced diet)

 

We especially believe that one's food source and diet are critical components of Magnesium Restoration & Maintenance. The right foods
are the raw fuel for our body to stay healthy. If they are not nutrient-rich in the first place, then they serve little or no nutritional use in
the body — that is simply a fact.

Unfortunately, most commercial agricultural farmland today has soil that is almost devoid of any minerals as a result of petrochemical-based
farming. What mineral content that existed in our soils in 1980 has been measured to be no longer there (or practically nonexistent) in 2012.
In short, most fresh foods we eat today (that are not organic) lack the essential minerals our body needs to assimilate in order to function
and stave off disease and ill-health.

The RIGHT FOODS

 

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Certain Nuts, Seeds, Beans & Grains
are Magnesium-rich

Almonds   •   Cashews   •   Pumpkin Seeds
Brown Rice   •   Organic Soybeans
Peas & Lentils   •   Black or White Beans
Oats   •   Buckwheat Flour   •   Bulghur
Wheat Bran & Wheat Germ

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MORE SEEDS & NUTS

Seasame Seeds
Sunflower Seeds
Flax Seeds
Pumpkin Seeds
Pine Nuts
Brazil Nuts
Almonds

DARK LEAFY GREENS

Spinach
Chives
Basil
Dill
Spearmint
Broccoli

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAGNESIUM CONTENT in FOODS

TYPE OF FOOD

FOOD

SERVING SIZE

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MAGNESIUM

NUT & SEEDS

High

Almonds, dried

2 oz

168

High

Brazil Nuts, Dried

2 TBS

128

High

Cashew Nuts, Dry Roasted

2 oz

148

 

Coconut, Dried

2 oz

52

 

Flax Seed

2 TBS

70

 

Peanuts,  Dry Roasted

2 oz

98

 

Peanut Butter, Natural

2 TBS

51

Very High

Pumpkin Seeds, Dried

2 oz

304

 

Sesame Seeds, Whole, Dried

2 oz

64

Very High

Sunflower Seeds, Kernels, Dried

2oz

200

High

Walnuts, Black, Dried

2 oz

114

Very High

Watermelon Seeds, Dried

2 oz

292

LEAFY GREENS

 

Chard, steamed

1/2 cup

76

 

Collard Greens, steamed

1/2 cup

26

 

Kale, steamed

1/2 cup

12

 

Spinach, steamed

1/2 cup

79

 

Spinach, Raw

1 cup

44

 

Turnip Greens, Boiled

1/2 cup

16

High

Seaweed, Kelp

3.5 oz

121

High

Seaweed, Spirulina, dried

3.5 oz

195

GRAINS

 

Barley,  Pearled, cooked

1/2 cup

17

High

Barley, Whole Grain, cooked

1/2 cup

61

 

Corn, Yellow, cooked

1/2 cup

26

High

Quinoa, cooked

1/2 cup

89

 

Buckwheat Groats, cooked

1/2 cup

51

 

Millet, Whole Grain, cooked

1/2 cup

53

High

Oats, Bran

1/2 cup

96

High

Oats, Whole Grain, cooked

1/2 cup

56

High

Oatmeal, Quick, Regular, or Instant, cooked

1/2 cup

56

 

Rice, Long Grain Brown, cooked

1/2 cup

42

 

Rice, Long Grain, White, cooked

1/2 cup

13

 

Rice, Wild, cooked

1/2 cup

27

 

Rye, Whole Grain

1/2 cup

35

 

Wheat, Bran

2 T

10

 

Wheat, Bulgur, cooked

1/2 cup

29

 

Wheat, Couscous, cooked

1/2 cup

15

High

Wheat Germ, Raw

1/4 cup

69

High

Wheat Germ, Toasted

1/4 cup

91

BEANS

High

Adzuki Beans, boiled

1/2 cup

60

High

Black Beans, boiled

1/2 cup

61

 

Cowpeas (Black-eye). boiled

1/2 cup

43

 

Great Northern Beans, boiled

1/2 cup

44

 

Green Snap/String Beans, steamed

1/2 cup

16

 

Green Peas, steamed

1/2 cup

16

 

Hummus

1/2 cup

36

 

Kidney Beans, Red, boiled

1/2 cup

40

 

Lentils, boiled

1/2 cup

36

 

Lima Beans, boiled

1/2 cup

41

 

Navy Beans, boiled

1/2 cup

54

 

Pinto Beans, boiled

1/2 cup

48

High

Soybeans, boiled

1/2 cup

74

High

Tofu, Raw

1/2 cup

127

High

Tempeh, Cooked

1/2 cup

58

 

 

 

 

Miscellaneous

 

Blackstrap Molasses

2 TBS

86

 

Chocolate, Unsweetened

1 oz

88

FRUITS & VEGETABLES

High

Acorn Squash, Baked

1/2 cup cubes

43

 

Apple, Raw w Skin

1 medium

6

High

Avocado, California

1 medium

70

High

Avocado, Florida

1 medium

104

 

Banana

1 medium

33

 

Beets, steamed

1/2 cup

31

 

Blueberry

1.2 cup

4

 

Broccoli, steamed

1/2 cup

19

 

Cantaloupe

1/2 cup pieces

9

 

Carrots, Raw

1 Medium

11

 

Cauliflower, steamed

1/2 cup

17

 

Cucumber, Raw

1/2 cup sliced

6

 

Dates, Dried

5 dates

15

 

Grapes

1/2 cup variety kinds

3

 

Kiwi

1 medium

23

 

Mango

1 medium

18

 

Mushrooms, steamed

1/2 cup, pieces

10

High

Okra, steamed

1/2 cup, sliced

46

 

Onions, steamed

1/2 cup

11

 

Orange

1 medium navel

15

 

Peppers, Sweet, Raw

1 cup, chopped

10

High

Potato, White, baked w skin

1 potato

55

 

Potato, White, baked w/o skin

1 potato

39

 

Potato, White, boiled w/o skin

1 potato

26

 

Potato, Sweet, boiled w/o skin

1/2 cup mashed

16

 

Strawberry

1/2 cup

8

 

Tomato, Raw, Ripe

1 tomato

13

 

Tomato, steamed

1/2 cup

16

 

Watermelon

1/2 cup

8

 

Zucchini, steamed

1/2 cup sliced

19

FLESH

 

Beef, Brisket, Braised

3.5 oz

24

 

Beef, Ground, Lean, Broiled well done

3.5 oz

24

 

Beef, Tenderloin, Lean, Roasted

3.5 oz

30

 

Chicken, Dark Meat, w/o Skin, Roasted

3.5 oz

23

 

Chicken, Light Meat, w/o skin

3.5 oz

27

High

Seafood, Halibut, Baked/Broiled

3 oz

78

 

Seafood, Salmon, Sockeye, Baked/Broiled

3 oz

20

 

Seafood, Shrimp, Boiled

3 oz

29

 

Seafood, Tuna, Skipjack, Baked/Broiled

3 oz

37

 

Ham, Roasted

3.5 oz

17

 

Turkey Breast, Smoked

3.5 oz

22

DAIRY

 

Milk, Cow, 2%

8 oz

33

 

Milk, Nonfat

8 ox

28

 

Milk, Goat

8 oz

34

High

Milk, Soy

8 oz

45

Sources: Bowes and Church’s Food Values of Portions Commonly Used, Sixteenth Edition; Food Processor for Windows [Nutrition Analysis Software]. Version 7.60. Salem, OR: ESHA Research; 2000 Dec; USDA Nutrient Database.

We recommend that you become aware of foods that make you acid and what an acid diet is. (Please see our other blog articles.) Choose more alkaline producing foods. Try to drink lemon water sometime during the day to alkalinize yourself between meals. Begin to add more foods high in magnesium to each of your meals! Get tested for your intracellular magnesium ratios, especially if you suffer from any medical condition because there is much you can do within your own lifestyle to improve your symptoms and alter the course of your condition. Become aware of what you find stressful in life and try to remember that no amount of stress is worth the price of your health. Remember that what you do on a daily, weekly basis has a significant impact on your body’s health.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
     

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