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After reading many posts about magnesium and watching Dr. Diana’s video, I think I would benefit from magnesium. But, I am very sensitive to everything does anyone have any suggestions on the best magnesium supplement that is easy to tolerate? And is there a difference in quality for Epsom salts to bathe in?
Hi Rene, I am not aware of any difference in epsom salts, but since you are sensitive, you may want to start with the unscented and check the labels for additional ingredients. Did you see the section in the book discussing the various forms of magnesium? I hope it helps! Trial and error may be in order for many of us. 😉
To quote kerryokegirl – 13 June 2013 03:30 PM
U don’t have to soak your whole body in the epson u can soak your feet and your body will still get the magnesium absorbed in.
Thank you for the advice Dr. Diana and Barbara that was very helpful. I went to the store today to get Epsom salt and next to the Epsom salt was this bath stuff I used to use about 15 years ago when I had a very physically demanding job. I would come home after being on my feet all day with bruises and spider veins and in terrible pain. I had no idea this was abnormal. But I used to bathe in this bath stuff and it would make me feel so much better. So I read the label on the bath stuff, it’s just Epsom salt and scented oil! I laughed out loud my old home remedy was Epsom salt and I had no idea. 🙂
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