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Magnesium phosphate

Magnesium in health
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General conclusions

Magnesium phosphate is found in the brain, spinal cord, heart, liver, lungs, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, intestines, thyroid gland, as well as the nerve and muscle cells.

Magnesium phosphate has the ability to bind ammonia gases and transports them out of the body. Often, ammonia occurs because of the decomposition of tissue during digestive activity. When Magnesium phosphate is lacking, congestion occurs which can result in flatulence. To support the binding of this damaging ammonia gas, Magnesium phosphate is taken in hot water as cold water contains a percentage of ammonia which is receives through air. When boiling water, air and gas particles evaporate and in this way the Magnesium phosphate does not bind with the ammonia gas found in the water.
Hot water improves the absorption through the mucous membrane in the mouth by opening the pores so these Tissue Salts go directly into the bloodstream. The absorbed hot water binds with the cooling, ammonia gas in the intestines and aids in its excretion. Taking Magnesium phosphate in hot water is more effective as Magnesium ions remain free to aid in the function of the Autonomic Nervous System.
Magnesium phosphate is effective with the following symptoms: pain that is piercing, stinging or shooting pain, pain that appear irregularly, migraines, colic, painful cramps, nervousness and restlessness, constipation and fever blisters (cold sores).


Why using magnesium in health?

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the human's body and is essential to good health. In our bone we have around 50% of total body magnesium but in our blood we have only 1% of magnesium. It's a small part but very important for people's health. Magnesium is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body.

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Magnesium in medicine

In general magnesium is used in engineering and in health, especially in medicine. Magnesium found an exceptional place in curing various diseases and is thus included into many medicines for its exceptional properties. It's the fourth most abundant part from human's body. Nearly 50 percent of the body's magnesium is contained within its cells.

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