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External magnesium
by: Mark

Along the lines of people who can't take magnesium internally (or who don't want to), I've heard that doing an Epsom salt (which is mostly magnesium sulfate) foot soak is supposed to be a better way to get magnesium (through magnesium sulfate) than taking it internally.

From the stuff I've read, it actually sounds pretty effective. Haven't tried it, though.

Wouldn't Say it's 'better'...
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Mark,

Again, in response to what kind is the 'best', I certainly wouldn't say that Epsom salt foot baths are 'the best'. Everyone is going to be different and while those may work for some people, it's not going to be effective or convenient for others.

While transdermal magnesium therapy IS effective, it's just not for some people. But it certainly is effective and I do recommend the use of Transdermal Magnesium Gel as well.

If you are interested in the 'proof' or the science that transdermal magnesium works, there is a book called, what else, Transdermal Magnesium The Book!


Everyone needs to find what works for THEM and not blindly follow what others recommend that they take. Jigsaw Health's Extended Release Magnesium Malate is going to be 'the best' for some, for others it's going to be Epsom Salt baths or Transdermal Magnesium Gel...



Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

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