This is part two of my series on Magnesium supplements. I didn’t mean this to turn into a series, but whatever…
I have a problem.
My problem is: I don’t know how to use this crazy lotion.
I have been told I need to use it.
I have been told I will benefit from using it.
“Almost everyone has a magnesium deficiency.”
Problem is: I don’t know HOW to use this lotion.
Seriously, there are no instructions on the bottle, ANYWHERE. I’ve checked.
Is a dab too little?
Is a smear too much?
Can you overdose on this stuff?
Can it be used in conjunction with other medications?
Is it harmless, or not???
I paid $21 for this bottle of lotion, but its no good to me if I can’t figure out how to use it.
Guess I’ll have to do more shopping around on the internet. This is what amazon.com has to say about it:
- One teaspoon contains approximately 185mg elemental magnesium.
- Rich in organic plant moisturizers including coconut oil and shea butter, this lotion soothes and hydrates without leaving your skin feeling waxy or greasy.
- Formulated for even the most sensitive individuals, Ancient Minerals Magnesium Lotion is designed to deliver magnesium through the skin, direct to the cells.
- Completely free of Arsenic, Lead, Mercury, and Fluoride.
Does this mean one dose = 1 tsp? I can’t tell.
A quick look at WebMD advises that magnesium supplements may be a problem with some medications. I think the wise thing to do before I use this lotion is to consult my MD. I’ll get back to you on what he says.