Transdermal Magnesium Chloride Spray 250ml
375mg magnesium chloride per ml equivalent to 45mgs per ml (5 sprays) of elemental magnesium
20% DMSO - an organic sulphur containing carrier molecule derived from tree bark which is similar to methyl sulfonyl methane (MSM - an arthritis treatment)
DMSO passes readily through skin and carried magnesium with it for transdermal delivery
Transdermal magnesium can also be used for local pain (suggested dose 5-10 sprays four times daily on area of discomfort)
Magnesium in this transdermal preparation would not pass through the skin in sufficient amounts to correct a systemic deficiency - its effects are local to where it is applied.
NOT TO BE INGESTED DIRECTLY
DO NOT USE IF PREGNANT OR NURSING
Separate plastic pump handle included with this product which is contained in a plastic bottle
Please note this product is non-refundable. Please do not return this item to us as we are unable to provide credit.
Transdermal Magnesium Verified Purchase
We have been using transdermal magnesium for several years now. Following a price hike and some repackaging from our regular supplier, we had been experimenting with other brands, but my partner was never satisfied. He has to feel the stinging, tingling effect on his skin, due to the high content of magnesium chloride, which other brands do not provide. I was certain that Dr Myhill's magnesium would be of high quality, and it indeed passed the test.
Agnès | Inverness, Scotland | November 2023
Magnesium spray Verified Purchase
Very effective for sleep and pain. As always, reasonably priced. Best value for money.
Debbie | UK | October 2023
I have bought this 3 or 4 times before. It reduces muscle aches and pains in my hands, arms and legs when I have over exerted.
Gillian Armond | Surrey | June 2021
Transdermal Magnesium Chloride Spray
This leaves a slightly sticky residue on the skin but does the job - was great to use when I got cramp!
Eileen | Bedfordshire | July 2020
Because this is sticky and uncomfortable under clothing, unless used on a patch of bare arm or leg this is best used during hot weather inside the shower area and allowed to dry au-naturel, before showering-off.
In common with salty water (Sodium Chloride), it can sting in some conditions.
Trev | Suffolk | July 2018