MAGNESIUM SPORTS FOR ATHLETES
Our new concentrated Magnesium Sports range is specifically for sporting men and women, no matter what type of activity you do!
MAGNESIUM SPORTS LOTION & MAGNESIUM SPORTS OIL SPRAY
Ingredients Lotion: (Double strength Magnesium concentration)
Pure Magnesium Chloride Oil, Distilled Water, Vegetable Glycerin, Coconut Triglycerides, Apricot Kernel Oil, Wheatgerm Oil, Sobitan Stearate, Cetyl Stearyl, Cocoa Butter, Grapefruit Seed Extract, Pure Vitamin E, Shea Butter, Rosemary Extract, Emulsifying Wax.
Ingredients Magnesium Oil: (1.5 strength Magnesium concentration)
Pure Magnesium Chloride Flakes (Dead Sea), Distilled Water.
Apply where you have pain, cramps or muscular aches. Great for use after massage.
SPORTING INJURIES AND MAGNESIUM
Magnesium creates a metabolic environment that aids with superior muscle development, metabolises carbohydrates and controls blood glucose levels. During periods of strenuous exercise, training or performance your body sweats out fluids and salts (electrolytes).
Electrolytes are electrically charged ions which are beneficial in maintaining the functions of your body by sending electrical impulses to your nerves and muscles.
Magnesium is the key nutrient for athletes who want to enhance athletic performance. It’s vital to use after muscular and joint injury as it fights inflammation, raises your antioxidant levels and replenishes energy stores in the muscles.
HOW TO USE MAGNESIUM
Used transdermally it gets right into the muscles, tendons and cells whilst bypassing the stomach, which significantly reduces absorption of magnesium.
For optimum performance your body requires an adequate supply of magnesium and other nutrients.
Liquid magnesium chloride can be simply sprayed and rubbed into sore or injured muscles and tendons to decrease pain and inflammation.
Use before, during and after training or sporting events. Apply liberally and as often as required for muscular injuries.
DO NOT USE on open wounds or abrasions. Initially may cause some tingling and/or itching.