UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TRANSDERMAL AND ORAL USE OF MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE by Charlie
For those of you either thinking of OR having used the Magnesium on your head–DON’T!!! And also try to avoid putting it directly on your Active Psoriasis.
Please observe the same rules you would if you were going to take a dip in the Dead Sea.
No Splashing, never submerge your head, and avoid getting into eyes! …. some of the other advice is to waterproof wrap any open sores.
I speak about this from experience. When I first started using mag, I put it all over my body, and yes it worked–but with much suffering from “the burnt” on most affected areas. Since then I have learned that it is not the coverage that is so important BUT rather the frequency of application.
More frequent use will make the most progress at getting your Mag levels back to normal. And Yes, I too had it all over my scalp, but thankfully never applied it there yet I still got total clearing of my scalp.
Now, when speaking of normal, we have to realize that as psoriasis sufferers we are not normal. We have a disease that strains not just our psychological self, but also physical and biometrics. In other words we don’t properly assimilate vitamins/minerals that can help us combat this dreadful curse.
Please remember alcohol, smoking, sugar, pharmaceutical and other drugs (all of which I am guilty of using) deplete our levels of Magnesium. We are lucky to have any magnesium in our reserves at all to do a half way decent job at regulating all the things that it is responsible for.
Please Please! read the article in this link, then maybe You will have a better understanding of the Importance of Magnesium in our diet–unfortunately the place where we can no long count on getting enough.