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Magnesium Chloride 22 Mar 2013 16:18 #31915

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Hello!
Does anybody have a good idea of who supplies Magnesium Chloride in the bulk at a reasonable price? I live in the US so out of country would probably be way to expensive with shipping and all. I am guessing that about 20 to 25 lbs should last me a lifetime?!

Thank you!

PS The reason I am asking is that I am afraid of getting hoodwinked into purchasing something that might not be pure and have garbage in it!

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Magnesium Chloride 23 May 2013 16:44 #33339

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I get mine from www.mineral-solutions.net/
It is a spray form and high quality.
I use it to improve my asthma and it it works great!

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Magnesium Chloride 23 May 2013 17:10 #33340

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Hi horsefeathers...

It depends what you want.

The Zechstein Seabed is a natural deposit of Magnesium Chloride
and considered to be the purest natural source.... however, it is only about 50% Magnesium Chloride, and the rest is salt and other minerals from the seabed.
The Netherlands has a big liquid mining setup and they are the source for the major brands selling natural Mag Oil or flakes..

Reagent or ACS grade 99.99% Magnesium Chloride is expensive, but you know... it's pure.



I'm familiar with this particular product, and my source is from the Zechstein, being a natural source, and I'm kind of aimed in that direction.
Some people have complained of some slight irritation, and from my research, this is normal for other suppliers as well. so I would recommend a test patch first on your forearm on the soft side.

It takes about a kilo to saturate a liter of water, so 25 lbs is only a few gallons.
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Magnesium Chloride 26 May 2013 12:15 #33389

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If you can locate a tofu maker near you, they use nigari (magnesium chloride) to make tofu and could probably sell you a few pounds for little cost.

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Magnesium Chloride 28 May 2013 19:50 #33419

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No I don't, but I just wanted to let you know I had an allergic reaction to the oil!

Well, not knowing if I was low or not, I simply spritzed a little on my forearm. Didn't notice anything....ff a cpl days later, and within just spritzing on a little more, I started itching......I had to use soap and water and baking soda and then it stopped....FWIW.

kww

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Magnesium Chloride 21 Jun 2013 20:23 #33985

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Can magnesium chloride be taken with MMS? Ie does it deactivate MMS or is there no problem?
I know it's meant to be applied on the skin, but I have sometimes taken it orally also. Either way, must it be 2 hours apart from MMS?

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Magnesium Chloride 22 Jun 2013 04:53 #33990

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I always put some magnesium chloride on my water. Taste better and so far never had a problem. On the skin it's not confortable so I prefer to drink it.

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