Magnesium Use for Optimum Health

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Dr. Luiz Moura speaks on magnesium and dosages that are useful for some health issues.  This is very good information for people trying to maximize health. This video is approximately six minutes.

You can make your own magnesium chloride solution by adding 20 grams (approximately 2 tablespoons) to one liter of water.  For use as a preventative for people with no pressing health issues, take one small cup (about the size of an espresso cup) per day.  If you have health problems, such as osteoporosis or arthritis, you may want to try taking two small cups per day of magnesium chloride, and it should get rid of the calcifications.  For calcium oxalate kidney stones, Dr. Moura usually recommends up to 3 cups per day, and it should get rid of the stones.

The strong 20 grams of magnesium chloride in one liter of water is not used to wash wounds.  Instead, an isotonic solution is used.  Salt (sodium chloride) solution has 9 grams per liter of water.  For magnesium chloride, the isotonic solution is made with 10 grams of water per liter of water.  This is the solution to use for washing wounds, infections and everything else.  This solution works better than all disinfectants.  It works better than sodium hypochlorite solution and Merthiolate.  This is because in addition to working as a disinfectant, magnesium also stimulates the immune system in the area of the wound.

Dr. Moura says that warts occur because of a lack of magnesium.  The magnesium deficiency allows the virus to multiply.  Magnesium solution does not go bad, and can last indefinitely.

Lack of magnesium is also reported to be the cause of calcium oxalate kidney stones.  The calcium precipitates and fixates to the oxalic acid, which comes from potatoes, tomatoes, spinach, etc., producing the calcium oxalate kidney stones.  There are also urate kidney stones which are produced by meats, and phosphate type kidney stones that come from vegetables that contain phosphates.

Magnesium chloride does not stop cancer metastases, but is probably does slow the metastatic process.  Professor Pierre Delbet speaks on this in his book, The Preventive Policy of Cancer.  By taking enough magnesium, a person reduces his chance of getting cancer with respect to a person who is magnesium deficient.

A very important contraindication for magnesium chloride use is with people suffering from kidney failure.  People who have kidney failure and/or who are on hemodialysis will accumulate magnesium because they do not urinate.  In normal people, magnesium is eliminated through the urine, so magnesium accumulation is virtually impossible.  If a person does not urinate, they will go from hypomagnesemia (which is a common condition) to hypermagnesemia.

The dosage of magnesium sold in pharmacies, a solution with 33 g of magnesium chloride per liter of water, is usually given as a laxative.  This concentration is too high for use for most health ailments.  For therapeutic use, it should be 20 g per liter of water.

Dr. Moura only talks about oral administration of magnesium.  If you’re interested in magnesium, you might be better off trying to take it transdermally.  It might work better for you with that method of application.

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