Magnesium Deficiency: You Likely Have It – Here’s What To Do!

Do you have a nagging health issue (s) that your doctor cannot solve?

Well, that was me 8 years ago. So I can relate…

8 years ago anxiety attacks landed me in the ER, but they could find no cause.

Thankfully, after my own research, it turned out I was magnesium deficient.

And since many common health issues stem from a lack of magnesium, it’s a good chance you could benefit from supplementation too.

Magnesium deficiency is very common

Listen, this ESSENTIAL mineral is responsible for over 800 known processes in the body. So a deficiency is likely.

Plus, because magnesium is a helper in so many different bodily processes, sometimes supplementation is the key to unlocking the benefits of therapies and remedies that don’t seem to be working, yet…

If this sounds like you, then you may be one of the 68 to 80% of people deficient in magnesium!

But, there is a simple fix:

FYI, Deficiencies affect major body systems like:

  • Digestion
  • Headaches
  • Insulin regulation. (Can you say problems like overweight, diabetes or metabolic syndrome)?
  • Blood pressure
  • Heart function
  • Brain function
  • Nervous system
  • Physical exercise
  • Sleep
  • On and on!

The ideal way to supplement

Look, reversing a magnesium deficiency with standard supplementation can be hard work since poor gut health interferes with the absorption and there are many inferior forms of magnesium on the market.

Here’s what I do!

I either buy magnesium oil spray or make my own.

This homemade, topical magnesium works because it gets absorbed right through the skin.

DIY magnesium oil spray with only two ingredients!

NOTE: I should clarify: magnesium oil is not oil. It’s simply called magnesium “oil” because of the oily feel of magnesium chloride suspended in water. (Please note that this is not the same magnesium found in Epsom salt. Epsom salt is magnesium sulfate. This is magnesium chloride and is better suited for transdermal absorption through the skin)


1/4 cup filtered water and 1/4 cup magnesium chloride flakes (where to find magnesium flakes)


  1. Heat water, just before boiling point.
  2. Remove from heat and add the magnesium chloride flakes (not Epsom salts, they will not work).
  3. Let cool and place in a glass or plastic spray bottle.
  4. Use about 20 sprays at bedtime or after a bath to get some transdermal magnesium through your skin.

If you prefer, you can buy the spray (right here)


With love,


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