I have been trying to counter this I also get itchy skin sometimes. It does not happen if you wash...
I have been trying to counter this I also get itchy skin sometimes. It does not happen if you wash off your skin after a few hours.
I found out the reason so I thought I would share it with you.
Our skin PH is ideally 4.6 to 6 The lesser the better. As good bacteria survive in slightly acidic PH
Our skin has trillions of good bacteria that save our skin from thousands of bad bacteria that are flesh eating(yeah thats what happens when you die bacteria eat your flesh because the PH value goes up/alkaline).
You know those itchy rashes and microscopic cuts when you get infection in your groin is caused by ammonia produces by bad bacteria.
So that is why your skin literally tears with the ammonia produced while good bacteriar produce acids like lactic acid and acetic acid that is why they cant survive in alkaline ammonia while bad bacteria cannot survie in acids. That is why your curd, saurkraut does not get spoiled once the good bacteria take over and start producing acids.
So magnesium is alkaline. The Ph value of magnesium varies from 2-3 to even 8
So its hard to say which one or I have not found information on which kind of Magnesium is highly alkaline. I know that magnesium sulphate is highly alkaline and it can actually crack your skin.
So now What I do is wash off the magensium chloride after sometime.
This happens more as you magensium levels return to normal.
I am looking at adding apple cider vinegar to Magnesium oil/water to decrease the PH
But not sure if it would help. Trying to find some information online.
I am also looking to adding MGcl in Coconut oil and see how it works. If it is less irritating.
I am also thinking of adding MSM as I heard it raises acidity.
Overall the skin is getting alkaline which is not good Either wash it off it may help or wash with lactic acid and or ACV to restore the PH of the skin
I avoid Magnesium Stearate like it’s a poison. It makes my face, tongue, hands, lower legs and fee...
I avoid Magnesium Stearate like it's a poison. It makes my face, tongue, hands, lower legs and feet swell up. If I take something at night that has it, I wake up the next morning with eyelids swollen half shut. If I take it in the morning, a ring that I put on my finger easily in the morning will only come off in the evening with soap and water.
MS is in probably 99% of the pill and capsule forms of supplements available on the market as well as OTC medications and prescription drugs. It's in EVERYTHING even self-proclaimed "quality", higher-priced products.
It isn't a nutritional supplement and it doesn't occur in nature. It's created by a man-made chemical process then added to products as part of a cheaper manufacturing process that prevents the product from clumping and sticking in the machines during manufacture.
Google "dr rons magnesium stearate" to read his article about Magnesium Stearate and why he doesn't use it.
And Google "the role of lubricants in solid oral dosage manufacturing".
For nutritional supplements, I search for bulk powders on Amazon that have ZERO fillers and lubricants. They contain ONLY the active ingredient unless a natural filler is absolutely required for supplements that have a microgram dosage, such as B12. Bulk Supplements and Pure Bulk are great brands. Also, Dr Ron's and Pure Encapsulations manufacture capsules without Magnesium Stearate. They are more expensive (that is why manufacturers use MS) but also more effective and worth it.
Magnesium is a central mineral and also interacts with sodium and potassium. There have been repor...
Magnesium is a central mineral and also interacts with sodium and potassium. There have been reports from people who use magnesium then start having problems. Usually this is with adrenal people, the idea is that sodium and potassium stores can be changed with magnesium.
Magnesium is also antagonistic to calcium meaning it can reduce calcium stores. The inverse is true as well (calcium supplementation reduces magnesium).
It is important to include all nutrients which includes adequate mineralization, vitamin co-factors, fats (healthy) and protein. These are raw materials that the body needs. There is an inter dependency among nutrients which means if something is missing then the whole organism is affected.
Vitamin D is synergistic to magnesium. The forms of magnesium can be different and there are some forms that seem to be better such as lysinate, glycinate for example.
ProWerx Solutions out of Edmonton, Alberta Canada is a distributor to treatment professionals for ...
ProWerx Solutions out of Edmonton, Alberta Canada is a distributor to treatment professionals for Magnesium Chloride bath flakes. There are recipe's available to make your own Magnesium Oil if you prefer the oil over a foot soak or tub soak.
Thank you for taking the time to do this as after 15 years of being with my husband, I contracted ...
Thank you for taking the time to do this as after 15 years of being with my husband, I contracted hsv 2 from him for christmas (yay me) Anyway I, like you, don't believe that this has to be a life sentence, convincing my spouse of that has been challenging over the years. But I told him that he can hop on the train with me or stay put but I will heal myself. Any new developments since your last post?
So far, I have only had one outbreak. My symptoms started right after Christmas. When my husband realized the next morning that he was having an outbreak, he told me right away.
Following that, i noticed that I was sneezing alot and was wondering why. I am a pretty healthy person who rarely catches colds. My last one was 2+ years ago. I workout 4-5 days a week and eat a pretty clean pescatarian diet. Now, I have stopped eating fish and began to focus on more alkaline foods. I digress.
At the time we were traveling, in Florida. So, I thought that maybe the sneezing was related to something in the air. I now know that this was a sign of being infected. I also noticed a slight prickly feeling in my genital area.
My sores were pronounced after the new year. Took about 10 days to heal too.
I treated them topically with a garlic,coconut oil mix and ACV. Both burn like the dickens.
As a result, I have increase my intake of Irish Seamoss which is high in Iodine an many other minerals.i am also taking some herbs, 2 Tbsp of Black seed oil, and for the last 7 days been drinking activated charcoal w/ lemon and a dash of honey. I feel like I am all over the place.
I want to take garlic pills and thinking about DMSO but have included them yet.
Something is bound to work...just have to find that something.
A family member just took some magnesium citrate powder in a glass of water, which she does every night without issue. Tonight she put it in a small paper dixie cup. She drank it before she realized the cup was heating up. The magnesium citrate was having a chemical reaction with something in the paper of the cup. I have no idea what it would be, nor if it is an issue that she ingested this. We called poison control, but they couldn't tell me anything. Just as a precaution I had her take some activated charcoal. Does anyone have a clue as to what chemical would make magnesium citrate heat up and if we should be concerned?
I agree with high-dose Vitamin C, 2,000 to 4,000 mg per day upon waking and well before the first ...
I agree with high-dose Vitamin C, 2,000 to 4,000 mg per day upon waking and well before the first meal. Take with some water. 1,000 to 2,000 mg can also be taken before bedtime, but probably not over about 4,000 mg per day altogether. Fiber actually turns out to be harmful in the long run according to http://gutsense.org
I've just started Vitamin C myself. The first day I had two small BMs and yesterday one big BM. Today I haven't had a BM yet, but transitioning to a low fiber diet is said to sometimes involve less frequent BMs, due to less fiber. After transitioning, it's said that BMs tend to occur after each meal and are almost unnoticeable.
Vitamin C is said to be the only laxative that has zero side effects.
I'm also on low carbs in order to kill off Candida yeast infection. I'm using coconut oil, garlic and olive leaf extract to kill it. I need to get L-Glutamine which is said to be needed for the mucosal lining. Fiber is said to be hard on the mucosa and the microflora.
I think the site I linked above is the most important health finding of the century at least for North America.
The glutathion cycle information is completely new to me, I will have to look into that more. ... ...
The glutathion cycle information is completely new to me, I will have to look into that more.
I do not have any fungi or Candida, I have been checked inside out for just about everything. I also had a colonoscopy that has revealed some bleeding in the mucosal layer due to all the natural antibiotics I have been taking (they caused insane pain and I have a very high pain tolerance). I haven't got any worms and my immune system is doing really well and getting stronger by the day. My diet since 2 years ago has been whole foods, no gluten, no dairy, absolutely no processed foods etc etc...
I would really aprpeciate if anyone could address my question in my original post. My serum magnesium is normal, my red blood cell magnesium is on the high end of the normal range and my serum calcium is normal. However, the ration between Ca and Mg is 3 : 1. That is what's bugging me.