An earlier paper presented to the orthopedic section of the annual Texas Medical Association meeting in Dallas (May 6, 1952) tells a most encouraging story about magnesium. Lewis B. Barnett, a well-known orthopedic (bone) surgeon, noticed that people in Deaf Smith County, Texas, had much lower incidences of tooth decay and faster healing of broken bones than residents elsewhere. In his paper, the doctor offers the explanation that "water and foods have a very high magnesium and Iodine
content and recently we have proven that all of the trace minerals known to be essential are present in the water and foods grown in that area."
Dr. Barnett found that the magnesium bone content of a Deaf Smith County resident was often five times as high as in a Dallas County resident. Plenty of protein and vitamin C were also included in the diets of Deaf Smith County people.
Many people are sensitive to Magnesium supplements so… This is from a curezone poster:
Boron helps keep the magnesium in your body instead of being stripped by your kidneys. It's very rich in almonds, and decently high in apples, so almonds are definately the way to go. The K2 they allude too, is Mk7 made from (Natto (japanese fermented soybeans)
The whole thread:
To make your own magnesium oil, get the Swanson brand flakes, cheaper than ancient minerals. Add one cup of flakes to one quart
of warm distilled water. It will dissolve in less than 5 minutes.
Take an atomizer spray bottle and you can apply it anywhere on your body. I use it as a deodorant under my arms. It has a pleasant smell. CAUTION: It is very powerful and it doesn’t take much to make your bowels run for the hills. For those very sensitive people for its drying effect your can apply a little virgin coconut oil behind the freshly sprayed application.
P.S. And of course one can try the very expensive Magnesium Taurate to take orally for 36 dollars plus 6 dollars shipping from http://www.vitaspace.com
This is 2.2 lbs.
Very powerful also.