Magnesium Oil Inside

Magnesoothe magnesium oil is a viscous solution from the Dead Sea comprising of the list of minerals below.

Most people are lead to believe that magnesium oil is an actual oil made from only magnesium and this is nowhere close to the truth. "Magnesium oil" is a generic name given by the industry because of its thick oily texture. This oily texture is caused by the concentration of minerals that it's made from, most of which is magnesium. Don't discount the other minerals that come with magnesium oil because they play a vital role with the magnesium and your body. Please take a moment to read below about the amazing Dead Sea minerals in Magnesoothe and what they do for the body. Also if you would like to know more on the wonders of the Dead Sea and what makes it so special, then click here: Our Source, The Dead Sea.

Health Benefits of the Dead Sea Minerals Found in Magnesoothe:

Magnesium (The Master Mineral) 115,000+ parts per a million (26% – 28%) (click for more details)

Occurring in more than 300 enzymatic reactions, magnesium accelerates cell metabolism and is necessary for neuromuscular transmission, transmission of nerve signals, protein synthesis, and utilization of other essential nutrients. Magnesium also benefits the body by converting vitamin D to its biologically active form, assists in the immune system function, and protects cell membranes. Magnesium is a building block for the skin’s structural elements and for enzymes that control the skin’s metabolism. It is also described to be beneficial for the heart by improving oxygen delivery, energy production, and heart rate, and for preventing hearing loss and kidney stones. Magnesium deficiency symptoms include accelerated aging of the skin, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Diabetes, Osteoporosis, Premenstrual Syndrome, vertigo, hypertension, carbohydrate intolerance, depression, psychosis, heartbeat fluctuations, and kidney stones.

Symptoms of Deficiency : Sensitivity to sound, Muscular twitching, Rapid heart rate, Aching muscle, Muscle weakness, Menstrual cramps or pain, Convulsion, Depression, Grouchiness, Vomiting, Insomnia, Irritability, Hyperacidity, Anxiety, Confusion, Disorientation, Cardiovascular disease, Diabetes, Hypertension
Daily Requirements – 80 to 450 mg.

Calcium 7,000+ ppm (click for more details)

Helps build and maintain bones, nails, and teeth. Calcium also strengthens cell membranes, contributes to the formation of intracellular cement, and is necessary for nerve transmission, muscular contraction, and regulation of heart muscles. It is an important element in blood clotting, is vital for healing wounds and preventing infection, helps metabolize iron, aids metabolism in skin cells, helps decrease symptoms of PMS, and even plays a role in cleansing pores.

Deficiency Symptoms: May result in arm and leg muscles spasms, softening of bones, back and leg cramps, brittle bones, rickets, poor growth, osteoporosis ( a deterioration of the bones), tooth decay, depression.

Acute deficiency symptoms are avoided because of the large skeletal stores. Prolonged bone resorption from chronic dietary deficiency results in osteoporosis either by inadequate accumulation of bone mass during growth or increased rate of bone loss at menopause. Dietary calcium deficiency also has been associated with increased risk of hypertension, preeclampsia, and colon cancer.
Daily Requirements – 210 to 1,300 mg.

Potassium 2,500+ ppm (click for more details)

An electrolyte, and the third most abundant mineral in the body, potassium works together with sodium and chloride to maintain pH balance and fluid distribution. It regulates nerve signals, muscle contractions, blood pressure, heart rhythm, and the transfer of nutrients through cell membranes. Potassium is required for carbohydrate metabolism, protein synthesis, insulin secretion, glucose storage, and excretion of body wastes. Some of its other benefits are in preventing kidney stones, promoting healthy adrenal glands, reducing plaque in the arteries, and helping to prevent osteoporosis, atherosclerosis, strokes, free radical formation, and acne. Potassium deficiency symptoms include nervous disorders, constipation, muscle spasms, poor reflexes, listlessness, hypertension, rapid heartbeat, hypoglycemia, acne, dry skin, and in extreme cases may result in respiratory failure or cardiac arrest.

Symptoms of Deficiency: Muscle fatigue, Constipation, Irregular pulse, Rapid heart beat, Paralytic ileus, Muscle cramps while jogging, Lack of appetite, Mental apathy, Muscle weakness, and Actual paralysis of the muscles.
Daily Requirements – 3 to 5 gm.

Sodium 180+ ppm (click for more details)

Together with chloride makes common table salt. Sodium is beneficial in maintaining PH balance, protecting the body against fluid loss, and aiding muscle contraction and nerve function. Deficiency is very rare and is often caused by prolonged diarrhea or heavy sweating. Prolonged excessive sodium intake is associated with Asthma, hypertension, edema, calcium loss, and gastric cancer. Dead Sea salts have lower sodium content than other sea salts.

Symptoms of Deficiency: Feelings of weakness, apathy, and nausea as well as cramps in the muscles of the extremities.
Daily Requirements – 120 to 3,000 mg.

Strontium 120+ ppm (click for more details)

Closely related to calcium, this essential trace mineral is found primarily in the skeletal structure and is well documented to promote bone formation and decrease bone absorption.

20+ ppm (click for more details)

Needed for healthy bones and teeth and for the proper metabolism of calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus. Boron helps keep calcium and magnesium in the body. It is essential for hormones involved in bone metabolism and for balancing levels of testosterone and estrogen. This trace mineral has also been shown to enhance brain function, prevent osteoporosis, reduce arthritic symptoms, and help build muscle tissue. Boron deficiency symptoms include insomnia, muscle cramps, bone pain, backache, accentuated vitamin D deficiency, PMS, excessive menstrual cramping, and menopausal issues.

Deficiency: Boron deficiency seems to affect calcium and magnesium metabolism, and affects the composition, structure and strength of bone, leading to changes similar to those seen in osteoporosis. This is likely to be due to decreased absorption and increased excretion of calcium and magnesium. Boron deficiency combined with magnesium deficiency appears especially damaging in cases of osteoporosis. Due to its effects on calcium and magnesium metabolism, boron deficiency may also contribute to the formation of kidney stones. Boron deficiency also seems to decrease mental alertness. There may also be a link between boron deficiency and osteoarthritis. Epidemiological studies indicate that in countries such as Mauritius and Jamaica, where boron intake is low, the incidence of osteoarthritis is around 50 to 70 percent. In countries such as the USA, UK and Australia, where boron intake is relatively high, the incidence of osteoarthritis is around 20 percent. Boron concentrations in bones next to osteoarthritic joints may be lower than in normal joints.
Daily Requirements – 1 to 10 mg.

Lithium 10+ ppm (click for more details)

This lightweight metal is used in treating bipolar disorder and manic depression. Lithium has been shown to increase brain cell survival and has both long and short-term benefits to the health of the nervous system.

Nitrogen 4+ ppm (click for more details)

Nitrogen is one of the basic elements, like carbon and oxygen. It receives almost no attention in the medical world yet it’s so important to our health. Nitrogen is part of thousands of substances our bodies make and is the building block for proteins, hormones, and amino acids.

Everyday normal activity we tear down protein in our body; therefore we need a good supply of nitrogen in the body stay healthy.

Silicon 9+ ppm (click for more details)

The world’s second most abundant material and famous for its use in microchips, silicon has only recently been regarded as an essential trace mineral. Studies now show that silicon is important for normal bone growth, healthy immune system function, thickness and strength of the skin, arteries, trachea, and tendons, and for production of collagen in connective tissues. It is also benefits the body by improving the health of hair and nails and by aiding in the prevention of vascular aneurysms, cardiovascular disease, Osteoarthritis, and Osteoporosis.

Iron 3+ ppm (click for more details)

Occurring in the body in greater amounts than any other trace mineral, the health benefits of Iron are well known. Iron is present in every cell in the body and is critical to many body functions including carrying oxygen to cells, oxidation of fatty acids, and in the production of a number of enzymes. Iron also affects the production of melanin, helps provide extra fuel to muscles during exertion, is involved in the production of thyroid hormones, and promotes a healthy skin tone. Iron deficiency results in anemia, and can be a contributing factor in alcoholism, colitis, brittle nails, breathing difficulties, and menstrual problems.

Symptoms of Deficiency: Anemia, Difficulty in concentration, Poor memory, Depression, Dizziness, Weakness, Labored breathing anginal pain, Brittle lusterless, flattened or spoon-shaped nails, Swollen ankles, Hair loss, Pale skin, Exhaustion
Daily Requirements – 12 to 60 mg.

Phosphorus 2+ ppm (click for more details)

A component of DNA, phosphorus is involved in nearly all biochemical reactions including blood clotting, bone, nail, and teeth formation, normal kidney function and heart rhythm, muscle contraction, nerve-impulse transmission, and cell growth. Phosphorus also benefits the body by aiding in the proper utilization of vitamins, helping convert food into energy, maintaining central nervous system health, and assisting in tissue growth and repair.

Symptoms of Deficiency: Loss of appetite, anemia, muscle weakness, bone pain, rickets (in children), osteomalacia (in adults), increased susceptibility to infection, numbness and tingling of the extremities, and difficulty walking. Severe hypophosphatemia may result in death.
Daily Requirements – 580 to 700 mg.

Manganese 2+ ppm (click for more details)

Is essential for proper formation, maintenance, and glucose metabolism of bone, cartilage, and connective tissue. It also activates numerous enzymes, assists in blood clotting, contributes to protein synthesis, increases antioxidant production, and helps in the utilization of thiamin, vitamin E, and iron. Studies show that Insufficient levels of this trace mineral in the body can lead to dermatitis, lowered good cholesterol, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis.

Symptoms of Deficiency: Poor bone growth, Loss of weight, Slowed growth of hair and nails, Poor muscle coordination, Dizziness, and Ear noises.
Daily Requirements – 5 mg.

Cobalt -1 ppm (click for more details)

Is one of the vital trace mineral that is known as a constituent of vitamin B12. The body requires a small amount of this mineral in order to conduct its daily growth and maintenance. It plays a major role in the process of erythropoiesis, the process wherein erythrocytes or red blood cells are produced.

Along with Nickel and Manganese, cobalt can be a good alternative for Zinc.

A deficiency in vitamin B12 is ultimately a cobalt deficiency, and vice versa. Proper intake of food or supplements rich in vitamin B12 can help alleviate the symptoms of deficiency.

Chromium -1 ppm (click for more details)

Chromium is an essential mineral. It is essential because the body needs it, but cannot produce it. The typical diets of Americans are low in chromium. This is unfortunate because low chromium levels can increase your risk for many debilitating chronic diseases.

Chromium works with insulin to improve the transportation of glucose out of the blood and into the cell. This function improves health in many ways, including: Decreasing blood sugar, Decreasing LDL, Increasing HDL, Decreasing blood pressure, Decreasing the risk of heart disease/stroke, Decreasing body fat, and Increasing lean body mass.

Copper -1ppm (click for more details)

The health benefits of copper include proper growth, utilization of iron, enzymatic reactions, connective tissues, hair, eyes, ageing and energy production. Apart from these, heart rhythm, thyroid glands, arthritis, wound healing. RBC formation and cholesterol are other health benefits of copper.

The health benefits of copper are crucial for healthy existence, as this mineral enables normal metabolic process in association with amino acids and vitamins. Copper cannot be produced within the body and hence needs to be sourced from external food sources. Copper is the third most prevalent mineral in the body and it is mostly carried by the blood plasma protein, Ceruloplasmin. In order to enjoy health benefits of copper, it must be included in diet of an individual.

Fluorine (Not fluoride) -1 ppm (click for more details)

Small amounts of fluorine are naturally present in water, air, plants and animals. As a result humans are exposed to fluorine through food and drinking water and by breathing air. Fluorine can be found in any kind of food in relatively small quantities. Large quantities of fluorine can be found in tea and shellfish.

Fluorine is essential for the maintenance of solidity of our bones. Fluorine can also protect us from dental decay.

Molybdenum -1 ppm (click for more details)

is an essential mineral required for many significant chemical processes in the body.


Molybdenum, along with copper, controls the movement and release of iron in the body. The role of iron utilization is important because iron provides oxygen to the body’s organ systems, which is essential for life. Without molybdenum, all body functions would be impaired because they would not receive the oxygen necessary for metabolism.

Molybdenum functions as a cofactor for three enzymes in the body: sulfite oxidase helps metabolize sulfur-containing amino acids, including cysteine and methionine; xanthine oxidase helps create uric acid, which supports the plasma antioxidant quality of the blood; and aldehyde oxidase, which helps metabolize drugs and toxins, according to the Linus Pauling Institute.

Nickel -1 ppm (click for more details)

Nickel is a trace mineral, meaning it is required by your body, but only in very small amount.

Small amounts of nickel are found in your DNA and RNA, the chemical makeup of every cell in your body, according to, a cellular nutrition information website. Nickel plays a role in the circulation of some proteins and can contribute to the production of hormones, lipids, and cell membranes. Nickel is also used by your body to break down glucose for energy. According to the book, “Nutrition for Health, Fitness, and Sport,” small amounts of nickel help your body form enzymes that accelerate chemical reactions in your body, especially the formation of new nucleic acids and DNA.

Selenium -1 ppm (click for more details)

The benefits of selenium range from playing an important role in antioxidant production and your immune system, regulation of your thyroid hormones, and working with iodine and proteins. 

Major benefits of selenium have been found to improve the immune system against bacterial and viral infections, against cancer cells and herpes virus, cold sores, and shingles. One of the major nutritional benefits of selenium is increasing the HDL cholesterol to LDL cholesterol for a healthy heart.

Vanadium -1 ppm (click for more details)

The presence of vanadium in the brain inhibits cholesterol from forming in the blood vessels. Vanadium is active in many chemical reactions that take place in the body.

Vanadium  is not only known for inhibiting cholesterol formation in the blood vessels, but is also believed to be involved in energy production, a cofactor of enzymes to accelerate chemical reactions in the body, participation in blood sugar and fat metabolism and in helping build bones and teeth.

Zinc -1 ppm (click for more details)

Helps with the proper functioning of immune system, digestion, control of diabetes, improves stress level, energy metabolism, acne and wounds healing. Also, pregnancy, hair care, eczema, weight loss, night blindness, cold, eye care, appetite loss and many other factors are included as health benefits of zinc.

Zinc, being an important mineral plays a vital role for the protein synthesis and helps in regulation of the cells production in the immune system of the human body. Zinc is mostly found in the strong muscles of the body and especially in high concentrations in the white and red blood cells, eye retina, skin, liver, kidneys, bones and pancreas. The semen and prostate gland in men constitutes large zinc amount. In a human body, even 300 enzymes or more than that requires zinc for the normal functioning. The researchers believe that 3000 proteins out of 100,000 are involved in human body consisting of Zinc.