Spray: Magnesium in Blue Lotus, Lavender or Marjoram

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Anarres' Magnesium Spray

250g in a blue glass spray bottle

Soothing Sensation
for Sore Muscles

Ingredients: filtered water Aqua, pharmaceutical grade Magnesium chloride, essential oil of Nymphaea caerulea, Lavandula angustifolia or Origanum majorana L..

What is a magnesium spray?
The magnesium oil used in magnesium sprays is a concentration of magnesium chloride, sourced from 1,600 meters below the seabed. This provides a pure and natural solution that is free from man-made pollutants.

Magnesium sprays are a quick and effective way to replenish your magnesium levels. Designed to be taken on the move, they come in a number of varieties and can be used for relaxation and muscle relief among many other applications.

How do they work?
Anarres’sprays are designed to be sprayed directly onto the skin, where the magnesium immediately begins to absorb. This is known as transdermal absorption.

This is incredibly effective as the magnesium goes straight through to your blood vessels and muscles rather than having to be absorbed by your digestive system.

Benefits of magnesium sprays

* A quick way to replenish your body’s magnesium
* Can be used on the move
* Helps bones absorb calcium
* Relieves muscle tension and speeds up recovery time
* Allows for a restful sleep

Blue Lotus
Lavender
and
Marjoram varieties:
* Reduce pain
* Reduce inflammation
* Nourish the body with magnesium
* Promotes overall wellbeing
* Reduce muscular cramping, aches and pains

Lavender Magnesium Body Spray

* Naturally aids restful sleep
* Contains essential oil that relaxes the senses
* Reduces anxiety, inflammation, muscular and local pain

How to use magnesium sprays
Simply spray on your body and massage into your skin. You can use the sprays on almost any part of your body.

For the best results:

* Apply to clean skin—ideally after a warm shower or bath
concentrate on joints, muscles and areas of concern
* Avoid any broken or delicate skin

When to use Magnesium Spray
* Any time
* Try after a hot shower when pores are open
* Before sleep
* After exercising and showering
* For training support. Spray at least 10–20 times morning and night
* For recovery. Apply to the muscle area and thoroughly massage into the skin. Repeat as often as required to keep the skin warm

How much magnesium spray is too much?
There isn’t any upper limit for transdermal magnesium products. The only risks come when you take magnesium in the form of tablets, as large doses can have a laxative effect. Toxic symptoms from excess magnesium are rare because the body naturally gets rid of any magnesium it doesn’t need.

Where on my body should I spray magnesium?
You can use magnesium spray all over the body. Apply spray to the areas that feel sore. Avoid spraying on broken skin, near the eyes or around any sensitive areas.

Why does magnesium spray sometimes itch or sting?
A slight itching or tingling feeling is most likely an indicator that your body has low levels of magnesium. This sensation will pass the more you use the spray, as your body increases its magnesium intake. You can initially soothe the sensation by towelling your skin after massaging in the magnesium.