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by Terry Sollid
(Saskatoon, SK, Canada)

In my first email about specific massage, I had asked about quantity of calcium for supplimenting because I am lactose intolerant. I also would like to have specific massages illustrated for knee tendons. My new questions are first, with the bone marrow soup, mine did not gel when cold. Did I not use good quality bones, or should I have simmered longer - I used a slow cooker and simmered it for 48 hours? Second question is about the magnesium gel. I have applied it to my knees for about a week, about a teaspoon twice a day, massaged in well, and now have a skin rash. It looks like red pimples and sometimes feels prickly, but not itchy. Should I use less, or drop to just once a day, or could it be from too much rubbing?

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by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Terry,

Check your original thread. I already answered this.

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