Do you have frequent headaches? Whip up some magnesium lotion by Binks
I have headaches all the time. In fact, I see a headache neurologist once a year. Other than the inevitable prescription meds, she directed me to take magnesium daily and drink tons of water. Both help to stave off the headache cycle. Through research I learned magnesium is more easily absorbed through the skin than taken orally. Supplements are great, and I take those too, but recently made a batch of magnesium lotion, which is amazing and doubles as a thick moisturizer applied to my feet and legs. The recipe is very simple. It’s best to apply at night as magnesium is known to help sleep.
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Combine 3 tablespoons of boiling water with 1/2 cup magnesium flakes and stir until melted.
In a double boiler melt 1/4 cup coconut oil, two tablespoons beeswax and three tablespoons shea butter.
Let both cool slightly and combine. Add a few drops of essential oils (optional). Whip with an emulsion blender or regular beater. Transfer to a cute jar.
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