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Recommendation about magnesium for pain relief or nother advice?

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by rachel, Mar 27, 2013.

  1. rachel

    rachel

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    I still have muscle pains from time to time, the situation is MUCH MORE better and the pains is mostly due to a continuing situation after amalgams replacements isuue so I wonder what kind of magnesium is better for muscle relief, without vegetable magnesium stearate:

    http://www.thorne.com/search/search...tJZC5my2TGkX9nLyYFCwbjGqs6q1HVR3yk!2009883838

    http://www.pureencapsulations.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=magnesium&order=relevance&dir=desc

    If anyone have another idea for this purpose that will be intresting to know
     
  2. Plum

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    I've found true food magnesium to be the best tolerate - not resulting in loose bowels and easier to digest than the others. Failing that chelated magnesium is best
     
  3. Junto

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    Chelated is best, magnesium glycinate or malate at 400-600mg. Check out purebulk.com, they are very affordable.
     
  4. rachel

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    This magnesium contains vegetable magnesium stearate, which I prefer to avoid due to possible side effects on the immune system and intestine absorbing.
    http://www.highernature.co.uk/ShowProductFamily.aspx?ProductFamilyID=253
     
  5. rachel

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    I don't think I'll tolerate good enough powder because the sensitivity in esophagus or whereever following amalgam replacement and this company has just one capsule option:
    http://purebulk.com/magnesium-gluconate-capsules.html

    If you have any reason to suggest specifically magnesium glycinate or malate it will be intersting to know.
     
  6. golden

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    t I am not sure I fully understand, but for Magnesium I use two large handfuls of epsom salts in a bath and I can really feel that I have absorbed it. My skin looks younger from it too. Sometimes I get a metal taste in my mouth from the detox.

    I would love to know more of your amalgam replacement procedure, as I am working up to doing it myself but am scared. lol :) Glad to see you gained great benefit from it!
     
  7. Junto

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    Better absorption than non-chelated. However, epsom salt is a great option, very relaxing too.
     
  8. rachel

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    I meant that my situation improved but I have specific kind of problems due to the implications of my amalgam removal. I think It was also good for me in other ways but I connect the improvements mostly to propriate nutrition and detox the toxics, not especially the removal.

    Regard the replacements, you need to think carefully about it. If you replace it, to do it with biological dentist and with something to cover the inside mouth space, forget the name of it but can check if you want.. and not to do it in one treatment. I don't know what you know about it and what is your plan. You invite to ask me specific questions, here or in private.
     

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