What is the Power of Magnesium?
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Mg¹² mineral supplements are 100% pure magnesium plus 20 essential mineral salts straight from the Dead Sea, the most Ancient health retreat on Earth. We formulate and distribute our Mg¹² products from Tryon, North Carolina, USA; bringing you undiluted salts, MagneSoothe Magnesium Oil™, and MagneSoothe Magnesium Oil™-based mineral products for natural body therapy. Browse our products now.
Our Source for Magnesium is the Dead Sea
A brief definition of any magnesium oil is: A viscous, water-based, magnesium-rich, mineral solution that derives from a natural salt water source. Many people think that Magnesium Oil is an oil made from only magnesium but it’s not. Magnesium Oil is more or less a nickname created by the manufactures that first created it because of its viscous “oil like” texture. Magnesium Oil is not only not an oil, but it also consists of more than just magnesium. Although magnesium is the majority of what makes up Magnesium Oil, but there are many other minerals, that the body needs as well, that found in it.

The multi-mineral make-up is what helps give Magnesium Oil its oil texture and is why it is so incredibly effective on the body. There are more than 300 enzymatic functions in the body that require magnesium and some of those functions are the utilization of certain minerals.

The key to all of these minerals being so easily assimilated is because of their long natural exposer of sunlight that makes them ionic. When a mineral is ionic it can be used by the body in the right way. If a mineral is not ionic, the body has to process it into a usable form.
Magnesium Benefits for Athletes
How magnesium works in the muscle can improve your performance, endurance and strength. 
In our recent search for new applications of our MagneSoothe Magnesium Oil™, we have found the sports world to be a perfect fit!
 
MagneSport has been tried and tested among everyone from Baseball Pitchers, Football Players, Swimmers, Runners, Bodybuilders and even Race Horses! The results have been nothing less than amazing. The age range and performance levels have ranged from High School students to Professional Athletics.
 


Runners and Swimmers have seen a significant increase in their lap performance and speed.
 
In Pitchers and Football Players, we have seen injury recovery time dramatically shortened, performance levels increased, cramps reduced or even eliminated and stamina/energy levels increased.
 
For Bodybuilders, they have told us that it has reduced or eliminated muscle burn and allows them to get a much deeper workout. It has helped with their sore muscles, cramps, energy and injury recovery as well.
Why Does Magnesport Work for Athletes Who Should Have a Body that is Already at Peak Performance?
In our research, we have found studies showing that magnesium plays a vital role in the performance of any muscles in the body including the Heart.
 
Magnesium plays an important role in the contraction and relaxation of muscles; it is responsible for the delivery of potassium and calcium across those cell membranes in the muscle, which are directly responsible for the conduction of nerve impulses, muscle contraction and the normal rhythm of your heart. Adequate levels of magnesium and potassium will reduce the chances of having muscle spasms or cramps.

The easiest way to apply magnesium is through transdermal application.



Magnesium is also essential for maintaining muscle strength throughout life. Evidence from athletes supports a role for magnesium in
avoiding damage to muscle cells.
 
Recent research, from the University of Palermo, has shown a significant relationship between measures of muscle strength – grip strength, lower-leg muscle power, knee rotation,
and ankle strength and magnesium.
The Relationship Between Muscle Levels & Function
In another study, researchers report that a loss of magnesium may contribute to loss of muscle mass in older people. Muscle strength testing and function were evaluated in over 1,100 men and women with an average age of 67.
 
The researchers found there was a very strong relationship between magnesium levels and muscle function after adjusting for other factors. They reported that individuals with higher magnesium levels generally had a stronger hand grip, more power in their legs and were able to extend their knees and ankles with more force.
 When it comes to energy, magnesium is a must. ATP (adenosine triphosphate), the main source of energy in cells, must be bound to a magnesium ion in order to be biologically active.