Magnesium Oil


Do you suffer from fatigue, muscle aches and pain, headaches, migraines, cramps and spasm, dry skin, or emotional issues such as depression and anxiety? Magnesium oil may well be an answer.



Do you suffer from fatigue, muscle aches and pain, headaches, migraines, cramps and spasm, dry skin, or emotional issues such as depression and anxiety? Magnesium may well be an answer.

Magnesium deficiency is one of or rather the most widespread mineral deficiency we have. This is because many of us have lifestyle factors that actively deplete our magnesium levels such as lack of sleep, excess stress, or alcohol/caffeine/sugar consumption. On top of that, many natural sources of magnesium are becoming depleted. Our soil contains less magnesium due to over-farming and high pesticide use. Water filtration systems also remove much of the naturally occurring magnesium in water. Even working out in the gym can deplete your magnesium reserves (if you have any!) due to sweating.

Every single cell in the human body demands adequate magnesium to function. Strong bones and teeth, balanced hormones, a healthy nervous and cardiovascular system, well-functioning detoxification pathways and much more depend upon cellular magnesium sufficiency. Magnesium is an essential catalyst for many enzyme reactions, especially in regard to cellular energy production for the health of the brain and nervous system, and also for healthy teeth and bones. It’s important to note that magnesium is KEY to calcium absorption. These two work in a very special relationship with each other in the body. If you have a calcium deficiency or imbalance, you may also have a magnesium deficiency. Often, a magnesium deficiency can be a precursor to later calcium issues, because of this effect on calcium uptake. This relationship is why calcium food sources are the most effective when eaten with magnesium-rich foods.

 New Zealand Herbals Magnesium Oil provides the ultimate way to replenish your magnesium levels. Formulated specially to reduce the symptoms associated with the lifestyle and stresses of modern day living.

 Research shows that the transdermal (via the skin) delivery of this product is proven to be the most efficient and rapid method of delivering magnesium into the tissues. If you find that standard magnesium (taken orally) has a laxative effect for you then you may well find this delivery system more effective as it bypasses the gastro-intestinal tract, therefore does not have a laxative effect.

Once you start using magnesium oil, it’s recommended you continue to do so daily, applying more as you feel comfortable. It can take time to drastically increase magnesium levels, so it’s important to stick with regular applications. Keep track of your well-being and ailments prior to starting your regular applications to see how magnesium affects you and whether you need to change your dosage.


  • Spray:Spraying magnesium oil directly on the skin is the most common application of the mineral. It’s best to apply after a shower, when the skin is clear of lotions or other oils. After spraying, magnesium oil should be thoroughly rubbed in and left to absorb for about 30 minutes. Depending on your preference, you can shower or wipe down to eliminate any residue. The first few times applying magnesium oil spray may result in some uncomfortable tingling. This sensation should dissipate the longer you use it.
  • Massage:Massage promotes blood flow and ultimately maximizes the absorption of magnesium oil. Magnesium oil is used by the body primarily in the area of application, so muscle cramps and soreness can be alleviated using massage and magnesium oil as treatment.
  • Bath:Some users say direct application of magnesium oil can create a tingling or stinging sensation they do not enjoy. Soaking in magnesium oil diluted in a hot bath can be a great alternative. Using essential oils to add a pleasing scent is also common.
  • Foot Soaks:Like a bath, soaking feet or legs in warm water with magnesium oil is a great way to relax and deliver the medicinal benefits.

Can I get too much magnesium through Magnesium Oil? As long as your kidneys are healthy and functioning properly any excess magnesium derived from Magnesium Oil will be excreted.
Is magnesium oil safe for children? Yes, this may be added to their bath or rubbed on their skin, please quarter the amount you would spray for an adult (less is more for the youngsters)

New Zealand herbals propriety blend of Magnesium oil contains not only the magnesium oil itself but also:

DMSO: DMSO amplifies and distributes the magnesium more efficiently.  It is also remarkable when used topically to decrease pain and speed the healing of muscle and skeletal injuries. DMSO is also used topically to treat painful conditions such as headache, inflammation, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis – making it the perfect partner for pain management and ultimate relaxation.

Aloe Vera: With anti-inflammatory and cooling properties, it provides a protective layer to the skin which helps retain moisture. Aloe is also rich in antioxidants and minerals.

Lavender and Rose essential oil: For that touch of Lush, both medicinally and for the smell good factor.


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150ml, 100ml, 50ml, 30ml