Pain Relief for Fibromyalgia, Arthritis & Chronic Pain
Topical Magnesium-based pain relief
Reduce muscle and joint pain associated with Arthritis, Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain
More effective than oral treatment
Lower risk of side effects
We have a range of personal care products designed to be used during or after bathing and showering to help relieve the pain symptoms associated with Arthritis, Fibromyalgia and other Chronic Illnesses.
Our Pain Relief product range is developed using one powerful ingredient MAGNESIUM.
Magnesium Pain Relief
Magnesium is an essential mineral that is vital for our health and wellness. It offers extensive benefits, from aiding muscular pain to improving heart health. In fact, magnesium is required by every cell in our body to stay healthy.
Most women and men who live with Fibromyalgia are deficient in Magnesium and it is therefore considered a source of fibromyalgia pain. When using our Magnesium based personal care products, magnesium sulfate can be absorbed through the skin directly into the bloodstream to help relieve muscle and tissue pain.
One of Magnesium's many functions is to regulate the calcium in the body. One of Calcium's functions is to activate nerves in the joints to send ‘pain signals’ back to brain. This means whenever the joint senses pain, the calcium switches on the nerve, and so you feel pain.
Magnesium is found to be chemically similar to calcium. This means it can take the place of calcium in the entire process, but provide a different reaction. According to the research, magnesium ‘switches off’ the nerves in the joints, preventing them from sending pain signals back to the brain. Simply put, magnesium can stop arthritis pain altogether.
Research and Studies
1. Magnesium Deficiency in Fibromyalgia Syndrome
Thomas J. Romano (Private Practice) & John W. Stiller
Pages 165-167 | Published online: 13 Jul 2009
Conclusion: Some FS patients have low Mg levels, a problem that is potentially correctable.
2. Management of Fibromyalgia: Rationale for the Use of Magnesium and Malic Acid
Guy E AbrahamOptimox Corporation, Torrance, CA, USA & Jorge D Flechas
Pages 49-59 | Published online: 13 Jul 2009
Conclusion: Patients experienced subjective improvement of fibromyalgia occurred within 48 h of supplementation.
3. Effects of transdermal magnesium chloride on quality of life for patients with fibromyalgia: a feasibility study
Deborah J.Engen, Samantha J.McAllister, Mary O.Whipple, Stephen S.Cha, Liza J.Dion, Ann Vincent, Brent A.Bauer, Dietlind L.Wahner-Roedler
A feasibility study. J Integr Med. 2015; 13(5): 306–313.
Conclusion: Transdermal magnesium chloride applied on upper and lower limbs may be beneficial to patients with fibromyalgia.
4. Sircus, M. Transdermal Magnesium Therapy: A New Modality for the Maintenance of Health
2nd ed.; iUniverse: Bloomington, Indiana, 2011; 356p.