I started with basic magnesium spray. Started using it on myself a few years ago.
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Ladies, this was seriously magical for me. I started doing just one, sometimes two sprays on my abdomen daily before bed. After a solid month of daily magnesium applied transdermally, for the first time in my life (and I’m not a spring chicken!), my period snuck up on me! When I regularly use my magnesium spray, I get a warning twinge to go visit the facilities at that time of the month, and that’s about it. When I slack off or life distracts me, I start feeling the cramps and mittleschmertz again. Bonus, the magnesium kicks in for me within about thirty minutes! Way, way, way faster than the 6 Advil at a time my pediatrician in the 90’s told me was okay (side note, yes, she did indeed say that it was fine for me to take 30 Advil a day – I wish I could go back in time and smack her!). The side effects for me? No cramps. I’m totally cool with that one. I will warn, that if your body has too much magnesium (so don’t start with five sprays a day), you will feel some output issues, and will want to stock up on reading material there. Great way to clean out I suppose. Anyway. That’s one use I started with.
Now on to uses more suitable for everybody, not just humans with uteri.
The reason I typically apply my magnesium before bed? It aids with sleep.
I’ve used it on my kids when they’re having trouble sleeping a night (one of a few things in my sleep arsenal).
I’ve used it on my kids with growing pains, it’s amazing, and fast working. I wish I’d discovered magnesium a few years prior when my oldest kept having some gnarly growing pains. At 13yo, kid is as tall as his mother. 😉
I’ve added lavender to some of them to help with calming and sleep, for humans of all ages. I use it a lot on my kids, to be honest. Very few side effects, aside from sleep.
I have it in many different sizes. A small spray bottle for on the go, a bigger one for at home. Roller bottles for a more direct application than spray, plus handy to keep in your purse, pocket, first aid kit, bedside table, whatever floats your boat. Any size, whichever flavor you’d like. I could even do a magnesium spray or oil with a touch of my Coping Cabana essential oil blend if desired.