quote:Originally posted by eshlemania
I have been using the magnesium
oil and gel. Heading into my third month.
I sleep better. I used to take melatonin, but don't have to anymore. Did you know that your body needs magnesium
to produce melatonin? Makes so much sense.
Stress is not as hard on me.
Anxiety has diminished.
I put it on my face, the bags under my eyes aren't as swollen, my pores are definitely getting smaller. I also carefully put it on my eyelids and my eyes don't get as tired anymore. I had read about using an oil that way for dry eyes and decided to try it with MO.
I put it on my spider veins and have noticed improvement. I do AL to get the sluggish blood out of the leg, put on the magnesium
gel, follow it with Joan's wonderful cayenne sauve and put the feet up for 20 min. by the way, Joan, I love the smell of the sauve.
I soak my feet about 2-3 times aweek or whenever I have had a stressful day or am especially tired. In fact, if I forget about the soaks, my body reminds me by not resting as well at night.
We use the gel on bumps and bruises. I put it on cuts or scrapes, peel myself off the ceiling, and watch it heal faster. [B)][
I brush my teeth with the oil-I'm up to full strength now. My teeth were translucent, but now the enamel is rebuilding again. I could tell a difference within days.
Dh says if it is doing this for your teeth, think what it is doing inside your body.
I put some MO in my shampoo and use the gel in my hair when I am ready to style it. I also use virgin apple cider and prill water as a rinse for my hair. My hair has always been limp and would lose whatever curl I managed to get in it by noon. Now, it is shiny and manageable and holds the style all day, sometimes into the next day.
We also have the prills and love the taste of our water now. We want to get the laundry prills also.
I think that is all. If I think of something else, I will post again. But I am so pleased with the MO and gel, I would not like to be without it again.
A newbie looking to firm up so jello she has been carrying around too long.