How To Make Magnesium Oil and Mind-Blowing Magnesium Health Benefits


70% of people in the world (some say even 80-95%) are magnesium deficient. The soil is depleted of magnesium all across the world. Our modern lives are filled with stress. A lot of us have had antibiotics in our lives which would have compromised our ability to digest and absorb minerals. What does that all mean? We all need magnesium oil in our lives!

Magnesium has changed my health for the better more than anything else.

In this video, I’m going to share with you everything you need to know about a miraculous mineral called magnesium:

  • Health Benefits of Magnesium
  • Symptoms of Magnesium Deficiency
  • Why Magnesium Oil Is Superior to Regular Magnesium Supplements
  • How To Make Magnesium Oil At Home
  • How To Use Magnesium Oil (5 Different Uses)

What you need for the magnesium oil:

And a couple of minutes of your time. That’s it!

This is an amazing book about the magnesium miracle. It’s the one that opened my eyes to the importance of magnesium miracle for the first time, and looking back now, I can truly say it changed my life, so I highly recommend it. You’ll be surprised to learn how literally every single thing in your body runs on magnesium. It’s a super miracle.

Hope you found the video hopeful! Share it with anyone you love who you think might benefit from some extra magnesium and you never know, you might change their life!

Lots of love,

Vita xx

P.S. Hope you had a wonderful Easter! I surely did and I managed to record most of it, so if you’d like to watch what I was up to, here’s the video:

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  1. I’m doing this ASAP! I used to take Collagen + Magnesium pills (same brand as you which I guess you can find in any pharmacy in Spain) because my phoniatric specialist recommended it. She also recommended me to take lots of vitamins (three types to rotate every five months) at least for 3 years after my vocal chords surgery (it’s been a year & three months now) to avoid getting colds but one month ago I decided it was enough for me (I was religiously taking them and got colds anyway). I really don’t love the idea of taking any supplement (just real food) & will do anything to avoid it haha. Right now I just take cranberry capsules to prevent UTI (and once I’ll take all the capsules, I’m done) and I eat a tablespoon of organic polen diluted with my lemon water in the mornings and I haven’t catch a cold since! (And I work in a really humid & cold place). So this comes at the perfect time for me! And guess what? I just bought a spray bottle (apparently for no reason… it was 0,91€… Now I understand why I had to buy it) this morning while shopping for a good pair of hair scissors (I just decided to be brave & try blunt snip cutting following the lunar calendar as Lauren Gertseen –yeah it’s your fault that I’ve been reading her blog for a while!– suggests, but I won’t lie, I’m scared! I’m the kind of person that doesn’t know how to do eyeliner, my nails or even style my hair… Have you tried it?)

    I’ll let you know how it goes! (Definitely doing this while eating breakfast and before having my morning shower…)

    Thanks so much 🙂 hugs and love (really, can someone teach me how to write comments that are not the length of War & Peace?)

    • Oh, cutting the hair by yourself is tricky. I did it a few times, but then I went back to the hairdressers because my hair just didn’t look good enough and the ends were splitting much more, as apparently if you don’t cut the ends properly, they will split. I don’t know, I kind of enjoy going to the salon and getting my hair beautiful for the next 3 months. A good cut makes such a difference in how my hair behaves. Now that I found a brilliant hairdresser, I actually don’t mind going to her. 🙂 Good luck with the experiment! Let me know how it goes! xx

      • Ha! I know, I know! But I don’t really want to spend 25€ to cut my split ends anymore… I know a pair of hairdresser’s chains that do it for 15€ but whatever. I also don’t want anyone putting chemicals in my hair, nor styling it with a blow dry cause I really don’t like my hair styled (I always ask them to let it air dry but they always argue that they need to blow dry it to see if everything is even out). So I’m taking the leap! My love badly wants to cut my hair himself (cause he cuts his son hair. which is NOT the same, EHEM) but this is only happening if I fail in my attempt. Last option is hairdresser. Wish me luck! 😀

        • Wow, it’s insane! My hairdryers never ever blow dry my hair and don’t even have to be asked to let it dry naturally. I suppose there’s a more relaxed outlook in Tenerife. 🙂 With all this sun, hair dryers are useless. 🙂 Let me know how it goes! xx

  2. Ah! I need to try this right now! I feel like you just described my whole life. I am 28 years old and suffer from hair loss (extreme), acne, brittle nails, low blood pressure, receding gums, muscle twitches (especially of the eye lids and face) and heart palpitations. I’m still unsure as to why I have all of these symptoms, but I just feel so… lacklustre. Like I am aging too fast!
    I am going to give this a try. I’ve been reading your other posts for some time now too and I feel like I may be able to benefit from some of the other lifestyle changes you made for Hashimotos. I have never received a diagnosis of Hashimotos, but I do remember one time having my thyroid tested and was told that it was sluggish, and that my B vitamins were low and my cholesterol was a little high. Wondering if all my other symptoms could be related…
    Anyway, thank you so much for sharing. I love your blog! 🙂

    • Hi Kristie, one thing that I’ve just learned from Dr Kharrazian’s book called “Why Isn’t My Brain Working” is low dopamine. Your symptoms sound very much like it. Dopamine is one of the brain neurotransmitters, and if it’s low, it will make you feel lacklustre, unmotivated, tired, unable to feel pleasure in anything, etc. After reading the book, I’m confident my dopamine is low and that would explain why magnesium supplementation helped me with my depression and energy so much. Magnesium helps your body to make more dopamine, but obviously magnesium alone isn’t enough. Low B vitamins would also mean that it’s more difficult for the body to make enough dopamine. I highly recommend that book as your symptoms are very similar to mine! xx

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