from Lynda Yraceburu
We were hanging out with Beatrex Quntanna (tutu) last week, and in one of our spontaneous information coming through channelings that frequently happen when we’re together, it was brought up that Lynda would greatly be helped by kale with the residules of her radiation release.
Well, you know us, we followed the recipe, and the outbreak is nearly gone. Lynda started doing research, and the I followed up online. Magnesium deficient seems to be something we all are suffering from during this time. Not to the degree Lynda has it, but none the less.... have you got any of this happening?
Guess what… you've got it! I also found this online and it seems like the easiest way to work with this of everything I found… (we replaced magnesium chloride flakes with the fresh kale - 1 leaf = 1/2cup dry flake and it's working)
From Wellness Mama
How to Make Magnesium Oil Spray at Home
I use magnesium daily in some form and use magnesium oil on my skin most often. There are some really high quality pre-made magnesium oils available (this is my favorite), but it is also possible to make magnesium oil easily and inexpensively from magnesium chloride flakes. I’ve used one of these forms of magnesium oil for years and notice a big difference when I forget to use it. If you don’t want to purchase the pre-made oil, this DIY magnesium oil spray recipe is a great alternative and super easy.
Magnesium Oil Spray Ingredients
• 1/2 cup Magnesium Chloride Flakes
• 1/2 cup distilled water
• A glass bowl or glass measuring cup
• A glass spray bottle
Magnesium Oil Spray Instructions
1. Boil the distilled water. It is important to use distilled to extend the shelf life of the mixture.
2. Place the magnesium chloride flakes in the glass bowl or measuring cup and the pour the boiling water over it.
3. Stir well until completely dissolved. Let cool completely and store in the spray bottle. Can be stored at room temperature for at least six months. I keep in my bathroom to use daily.
Note: I prefer to use magnesium oil before bedtime and often add 10 drops of lavender essential oil to the mixture for scent and relaxation.
Magnesium Oil Uses
Spray on arms, legs, and stomach daily. I use 10-20 sprays per day. It will tingle on the skin the first few times it is used, and this is normal. It should fade after a few applications, but you can dilute with more water if it bothers you too much.
You can leave on the skin or wash off after 20-30 minutes. I usually apply after a shower and then use coconut oil or a lotion bar to moisturize about 5 minutes later. If the sticky feel on your skin bothers you, try applying at night before bed when you won’t notice it as much or before showering and rinse off