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Magnesium Chloride Bath Flakes :: Magnesium Power - Bath-lovers rejoice! Our Master of Relaxology has brought you the ultimate bliss in a bag - with winter upon us it's time to nurture ourselves with a nice cup of tea and a long, hot soak. Read more
Magnesium Chloride Bath Flakes
Magnesium Chloride Bath Flakes :: Magnesium Power
Bath-lovers rejoice! Our Master of Relaxology has brought you the ultimate bliss in a bag - with winter upon us it's time to nurture ourselves with a nice cup of tea and a long, hot soak.
At a price everyone can afford, you can now enjoy the alkalising and detoxification benefits of highly mineralized pure magnesium chloride flakes drawn from an average depth of 1800 metres from possibly the most pristine natural source on the planet - the ancient underground Zechstein Sea, estimated to be 250 MILLION years old. Since the skin is your largest living, breathing organ you want to protect and nourish it carefully, ensuring everything you absorb through this vital gateway is healthy and clean. Brought to you by POWERbodycare, makers of EpZEN and Magnesium Miracle Soak - your premium quality assurance.
Still curious about bio-available transdermal magnesium? So much has been written, feel free to do some research! We were fascinated by reading such informative books as eg. 'The Magnesium Miracle' by Dr. Carolyn Dean, MD ND.
EXTERNAL USE ONLY PLEASE PEOPLE !!
Suggested UsesReally what can we say? One 500g packet offers 60g of transdermally bio-available elemental magnesium, so we invite you to come in out of the cold, soothe your soul, relax and enjoy a beautiful warm, pure mineral bath (or foot soak!) today. How much should I use? For the optimal transdermal bathing experience, the 500g bags are designed to be one-offs in the bath.
Way back in geological history, when the whole planet's land mass was composed of one 'super continent' called Pangea (grouped around the equator), the Zechstein Sea was an inland sea sporadically fed by flooding rivers that were constantly being evaporated by the dry climate, thus concentrating the natural salts in the region of what is now the North Sea, plus lowland areas of Britain and the north European plain thru Germany, Poland and the Netherlands.
2. How old is it & why is this important??
It's estimated to be 250 million years old, and being so far underground (brine is siphoned from between 1600-2000m beneath the surface), has not been able to be subjected to and affected by the pollutants of the much more recent Industrial Age that we now live in.
3. Can you eat it?
External use only please people! (the tests required to gain approval for internal use are prohibitively expensive)
4. What does it smell and look like?
White, thin and irregular shaped chips - like an iceberg or ice floe! And NO there is no sea smell or anything else yucky LOL