9. MAG PHOS OR MAGNESIUM PHOSPHERIUCUM
Main Indication: A nerve stabilizer
Inner Connection/ Connection to JOI – Love
Through relaxation we are able to truly connect to another, be in the moment, centered and connected to our own heart.
In our most relaxed states we get profound insights, and the reflection that comes through seeing ourselves, as we truly are, beautiful and whole, as if in a mirror.
In this place we find the love for ourselves, that when activated, allows for a deeper health, and a deeper connection to all. The mirror returns to us what we truly believe. Mag Phos is the relaxation mineral.
Think of magnesium as a relaxation mineral. Anything that is tight, irritable, cramped, and stiff — whether it is a body part or an even a mood — is a sign of magnesium deficiency.
This critical mineral is actually responsible for over 300 enzyme reactions and is found in all of your tissues — but mainly in your bones, muscles, and brain. You must have it for your cells to make energy, for many different chemical pumps to work, to stabilize membranes, and to help muscles relax.
Magnesium plays an important role in stabilizing adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the energy source needed for muscle contraction, and also serves as an electrolyte in body fluids.
Muscle weakness, fatigue, muscle twitching, and muscle cramps are common symptoms of magnesium deficiency.
But any of the following could indicate magnesium deficiency.
Leg cramps, headaches, migraines, insomnia, irritability, autism, fibro myalgia, chronic fatigue, diabetes, high blood pressure, menstrual cramps, reflux and trouble swallowing, irritable bowel, stomach cramps, fatigue …just to name a few!! Studies have shown that most adults are deficient in the mineral magnesium. Refined foods, pollution, non-absorption and insufficient ability of the body to utilize magnesium in the body are some of the causes.
If lacking in Magnesium Phos, nerves are on edge with the inability to relax emotionally (showing as anxiety, nervous disorders, depression) and physically (showing as muscle problems, ticks, fibromyalgia, cramping). The function of Mag Phos is to ensure accurate nervous reactions in the cells, especially how they relate to proper muscle use and movement.
Magnesium Phosphate also targets the involuntary muscles such as the heart, diaphragm, and all the many muscles, which complete the digestive and eliminating processes of the body. This is why Mag Phos is used to help with sciatica, arrhythmia, neuralgia, flatulence, hiccups, menstrual cramps, facial tics, and migraines.
Magnesium Phos goes quickly into the system for prompt relief. Mag phos can also synergistically help the body absorb magnesium from diet and supplements.
In summary some of its uses are:
- Through relaxation we can be centered and connected to our heart, and experience love.
- As a muscle/nerve relaxer
- Leg cramps and muscle cramps, muscle spasm, writer’s cramp, fibromyalgia, headache with spasmodic pain, or restless leg.
- Cramps helped the most are better with heat and pressure.
- Spasms as diverse as hiccups, spasmodic coughs, abdominal pain/colic, toothache, teething pain, and migraines are all helped with Mag phos
- High blood pressure or angina are also helped with this salt
- It extremely useful with PMS or menstrual cramps, again especially if helped with heat and pressure. Those needing this remedy can be found lying doubled up in bed with a hot water bottle (or heating pad) pressed into their cramping abdomens.
- Anxiety in combination with kali phos
- Patients with symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome(CFS) may benefit from Mag Phos, and it is recommended to combine it with Kali Phos to correct magnesium deficiencies, which have been linked to conditions arising from overexposure to stress and anxiety.
- It can be used any time there may be a magnesium deficiency
When taken in warm water the affect can be very fast. take 5-6 tablets and dissolve in warm water, sipping regularly, as a cell salt magnesium is absorbed and bio available almost instantly.
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