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My Favorite Healing Balm For Pain Relief

My Favorite Healing Balm For Pain Relief

I’m about to share some fascinating information that anyone who hates suffering through annoying body pain is really going to enjoy.

To be Frank, I mean to be Wiggy, I wish I had known about this 20 years ago.

What some of you may not know is 20 some years ago I was an ultra-competitive soccer player.

Competitive enough that in college, that my team the Wake Forest Demon Deacons men’s soccer team, was ranked #1 headed into the national championships.

Being that I was playing soccer at a very high level it meant I put in hours and hours of practice weekly.

And all that practice meant one thing. I was really sore. All the time.

Back then, before I knew any better, I treated my pain the way most people do. I iced my knees, and back and took Tylenol or Motrin for the pain.

Little did I know that not only were those treatments less than ideal...taking a lot of Tylenol and Motrin is the opposite of healthy.

Today, I’m not nearly as active as I was when I was playing soccer 6 days a week.

But I’m still pretty active, and seeing as how I’m a bit older than I was in the 90s, I deal with aches and pains I didn’t have when I was a spring chicken.

Instead of taking Tylenol and relying on ice to take care of swollen joints, a stiff back, and sore muscles earned from an hour in the in the gym…

I use my custom-formula Dead Sea Magnesium Oil rub-on muscle balm to help battle the pain.

Why Dead Sea Magnesium Oil is Great For Fighting Annoying Pain 

When it comes to treating muscle pain, joint pain, tension headaches, and more, one of the best things you can do is boost magnesium levels in your body by infusing it through your skin.

Why magnesium, and why through your skin you may wonder?

I’ll start with the first question and then move onto the second.

The main reason I encourage anyone dealing with pain to try magnesium out is because magnesium is an essential mineral that most people are in severe lack of in their body.

If you don’t get the necessary amount of dietary magnesium in your body you may be opening your body up to more intense pain.

The reason why this is true has to do with magnesium being an essential nutrient for total health.

What you may not know is magnesium is critical in helping your body complete 300 different enzyme reactions, all of which are necessary for the production and transport of energy, synthesis of protein, transmission of nerve signals, muscle function, healthy DNA, and more.

If you don’t get enough magnesium many of those 300 enzyme reactions don’t take place. And if they don’t take place, body pain is often a side effect you’ll have to deal with.

The way magnesium works to help lessen pain is pretty interesting.

It actually works to manage pain in two ways. It’s like Scrubbing Bubbles with its dual action cleaning power… but instead of cleaning, it actually helps relieve muscle and nerve pain.

How to Fight Muscle and Nerve Pain With Magnesium Oil And Why It Goes On Your Skin 

If you have muscle pain of any kind, it’s important to understand magnesium’s relaxing properties may help relieve that pain.

To understand how it relieves pain you must understand why the pain exists in the first place.

If you’ve ever had to deal with a really bad tension headache, or your muscles were incredibly sore muscles after working out, one of the reasons the pain is there is because your muscles are ‘tensed up.’

That tension produces noticeable pain.

Introducing magnesium into your muscles helps to relax them, which may alleviate the pain. As the magnesium makes its way into your muscles, chemical messages make their way to your brain which tell your muscles to ease up on the tension.

This increased blood flow into your muscles, which brings in greater amounts of oxygen and nutrients can lead to healing and pain reduction.

When it comes to nerve pain animal studies indicates magnesium can reduce nerve pain (remember, your nerves are what tell your brain you’re in pain to begin with) by bringing a brain chemical called “NDMA” into balance.

When NDMA is brought under control it may lead to the significant reductions in “felt pain.”

This is similar to what painkillers like Tylenol and Motrin do, but they work on a different pathway in the brain to produce results.

While taking magnesium doesn’t necessarily erase trauma that would produce pain, what happens when NDMA levels are reduced is your brain doesn’t send out the same kind of pain signals so it feels like it hurts less.

Make sense?

Now, let me show you why magnesium on your skin is better than a pill for effective pain relief.

Your Skin Will Drink Up Magnesium For Rapid Pain Relief

The reason rubbing Dead Sea Magnesium Oil on your skin is better for pain relief than a pill is because your skin drinks up magnesium which your muscles absorb in great amounts for pain relief.

Remember, your skin will absorb almost anything you put on it.

That’s why dangerous chemicals always carry warnings telling you to wear some kind of protective outerwear when you’re using it.

Fortunately, in this instance, putting magnesium on your skin won’t hurt, but will actually help relieve pain.

This is actually something that ancient cultures knew about thousands of years ago.

The Romans and the Greeks would soak in massive baths full of Dead Sea Salts for healing pain and various other ailments. And while they knew the baths helped them feel better they didn’t know magnesium in the salt was what was doing all the work.

This is why I use my Dead Sea Magnesium Oil and tell my patients to use it too for fast relief of headaches and sore muscles.

The reason I recommend Dead Sea Magnesium Oil as opposed to other kinds of magnesium oil is simple.

My Dead Sea Magnesium balm doesn’t just contain high levels of magnesium; there are also high levels of potassium, zinc, sulfur, calcium-chloride, and bromide in it too. That’s good for you because all of these minerals work together to support pain reduction.

It's this chemical composition that gives Dead Sea Magnesium Oil its amazing healing properties.

In my experience Dead Sea Magnesium Oil is one of the most powerful, natural pain therapies on the planet.

My patients love it.

Like Mary, a patient of ours who wrote this review about the Dead Sea Magnesium Oil.


“I suffer from chronic tension headaches and migraines. My neck muscles are the source of most of my tension headaches, and when I was prescribed the body balm it has really helped with my pain and muscle tension!

I apply a thin layer to my sore and tight muscles, and within 10 minutes I can feel them softening and some of the pain leaving. It’s a wonderful tool for pain management.”

If you deal with annoying muscle, joint or body/head pain I highly recommend Dead Sea Magnesium Oil.

It only takes a little bit to neutralize aggravating pain. And I’ve added Arnica, Aloe Vera, Jojoba & Coconut oil into the balm to make it great for absorption and helping to soothe skin too.

Click here and add it to your cart today.



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