The Danger of Plastic Exposure (All plastics)

Sand is plentiful worldwide and cheaper than petroleum, despite false claims that we are running out of sand. Which for a geologist is laughable as an idea. Arkansas has enough sand to furnish the whole world’s needs. Its like saying we are running out of Earth!!!!

See video here on the dangers of plastics

The truth is that glass is the only way out. Along with silicone exteriors for example. Both made from sand. But glass should be the part in contact with what goes into our bodies unless it is only minimal or unavoidable amounts. Remember that using plastic user-end products at the level of industry instead of glass is how one can take a small exposure (absolute zero is impossible) and turn it into a big one by expanding the surface area of a product into millions of little plastic bottles.

Green plastics are the worse as their lack of structure is compensated by additional plasticizers which are the most toxic part of  plastic exposure.


What are some common endocrine disruptors?

  • Bisphenol A (BPA) — used to make polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins, which are found in many plastic products including food storage containers. But also the lesser known BPS.
  • Dioxins — produced as a byproduct in herbicide production and paper bleaching, they are also released into the environment during waste burning and wildfires
  • Perchlorate — a by-product of aerospace, weapon, and pharmaceutical industries found in drinking water and fireworks
  • Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) — used widely in industrial applications, such as firefighting foams and non-stick pan, paper, and textile coatings
  • Phthalates — used to make plastics more flexible, they are also found in some food packaging, cosmetics, children’s toys, and medical devices
  • Phytoestrogens — naturally occurring substances in plants that have hormone-like activity, such as genistein and daidzein that are in soy products, like tofu or soy milk
  • Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) — used to make flame retardants for household products such as furniture foam and carpets
  • Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) — used to make electrical equipment like transformers, and in hydraulic fluids, heat transfer fluids, lubricants, and plasticizers
  • Triclosan — may be found in some anti-microbial and personal care products, like liquid body wash

Why choose glass packaging instead of plastic ?

Glass is the best option to avoid phthalates from plastics (Bisphenol A added to PVC, DEHP, etc.) that are known endocrine disruptors. A summary of the findings of studies conducted and published in Canada in 2011 confirms their harmful effects on humans.

There is a high probability of the following adverse effects associated with phthalate absorption, even at low doses:

• Toxic to the brain and nervous system
• Appearance of cancer
• Male fertility problems.
• Alteration in the functioning of the thyroid `.
• Insulin resistance development
• Decreased urogenital distance in newborns
• Promotes weight gain at the abdominal level
• Favors the appearance of allergic rhinitis and asthma
• Reduced mobility of sperm cells
• DNA mutagenic effect
• An early appearance of puberty in young girls
• Increases the risk of premature births

According to Professor Daniel F. Schmidt, a plastic engineer at the University of Massachusetts, we have insufficient perspective regarding current research on alternatives to phthalates. He states “in 20 years’ time there will probably be the same controversy about alternatives to phthalates as there has been in this decade concerning Bisphenol and other endocrine disrupting compounds. Even if some other types of plastics «tolerated» by the EU or the USA do exist and are now in usage, the problem is not yet solved, to say the least.”

The only way to be sure is to use glass bottles, this limits the cumulative effects of soft plastic containers. Hard plastics are less of a problem. Our capsules and tubes are BPA, DEHP, PVC and phtalate free. We only recommend noble glass bottles for transdermal applications as these


The last important point concerning the use of glass containers is its ecological aspect: this material is 100% recyclable. In addition, the bottle can be reused infinitely without contaminating the products, whether they are of a food or cosmetic nature (oils, tincture, supplements, etc.). And of course the aesthetic aspect of beautiful blue glass reveals its inner quality and commitment to an excellent end product!

What are the benefits of magnesium absorption ?

Magnesium is the master mineral, affecting 750 known processes in the body. Here are just a few :
  •  Calms cramps, pain, inflammation and tendonitis
  •  Stimulates local blood circulation
  •  Relieves muscle aches associated with sports activities
  •  Relieves pain associated with sports activities
  •  Improves skin problems
  •  Reduces Cellulite (Mg is a major collagen and elastin co-factor)
  •  Accelerates wound healing
  •  Helps to restore sleep quality
  •  Calms and maintains the nervous system
  •  May increase concentration and memory capacity
  •  Hair care and facial care
  •  Dental hygiene in mouthwashes and gum healing
  •  Calming periodontal pain
  •  Reduces muscle tension through massage
  •  Can help alleviate cold symptoms
  •  May calm headaches, earaches and the ENT sphere
  •  Promotes the detoxification of toxins and heavy metals
  •  Contributes to the improvement of the cardiac sphere
  •  Plays a key role in the sexual sphere and fertility

The Many Benefits of Magnesium for the Human Body [infographic]

Magnesium is the master mineral, affecting hundreds of key processes within the human body. If you have yet to try magnesium to improve your overall well-being, here are just a few of the many benefits it offers. To purchase our high quality products go to our convenient online store.
  • The Skin—Magnesium can help with common skin problems, like fine lines caused by aging and acne. It can also help with cellulite reduction because magnesium is a major collagen and elastin co-factor.
  • The Mind— Magnesium can help improve your capacity for memory and concentration.
  • The Teeth—Do you suffer from ongoing toothaches? Magnesium has been shown to help with periodontal pain.
  • The Muscles—Magnesium can help with the pain associated with sports activities and reduce muscle tension through massage. It can also help with pain, inflammation, tendonitis, and most importantly, performance.
  • The Hair—For beautiful, strong, and healthy hair, use magnesium. The Japanese use magnesium to reduce greying hair. If you struggle with hair loss, or you simply want to enhance your hair growth, magnesium can assist you as a capillary tonic!
  • The Heart—There are many links between magnesium and overall heart health. For example, magnesium was the remedy of choice for hypertension before synthetic medication.
  • The Nervous System—Do you struggle with anxiety? Magnesium can help calm and maintain the nervous system while also restoring sleep quality.
  • P.M.S.—If you have painful periods or pre-menstrual symptoms because of cramps, magnesium may provide relief.
  • The Cold Season— In France, magnesium is used to alleviate symptoms of the common cold.

Transdermal Magnesium: What it is and the Many Benefits Magnesium Offers

A diet deficient in magnesium can create many health problems for the human body. For example, if you suffer from fatigue, anxiety, stress, depressive feelings (even mild), difficulties concentrating, cramps, intestinal transit issues, eyelid spasms, slow wound healing, metabolic problems, or heart palpitations, your body could be suffering from a lack of magnesium. The benefits of magnesium are many, and transdermal magnesium can help you restore your magnesium levels to eliminate many health concerns and reduce the ongoing tax on your body’s systems. However, noticeable magnesium benefits can only be attained if the source of the transdermal magnesium is pure. Today, the Zechstein Sea in the Netherlands offers the purest certified source of pure magnesium on earth. This source of magnesium is far from any atmospheric pollution or radiation and is located two kilometers underground. adiation and is located two kilometers underground. By using transdermal magnesium sourced from The Heart of Tradition, you can move towards optimum health. The known benefits of adequate magnesium in the body are:
  • Better circulation
  • Calming of cramps, inflammation, pain, and tendonitis
  • Relief of muscular pain associated with sports or exercising
  • The reduction of cellulite
  • Improvement with skin problems, like dermatosis, acne, etc.
  • Accelerated wound healing
  • Relief from the symptoms of heavy legs
  • Better sleep
  • Calming of the nervous system
  • Increased memory capacity and concentration
  • Relief from headaches and periodontal pain
  • Many, many others!
Our downloadable booklet covers magnesium benefits in greater depth, as well as comprehensive information about transdermal magnesium, how it works, and its many applications. Feel free to contact us directly if you have additional questions.

Tooth Pain and Magnesium

How to maintain healthy teeth, fight cavities, disinfect root canals, and consistently reduce tooth pain with Transdermal Magnesium Oil – Zechstein Inside®

Personal Story. I had root canals as a teen and cavities due to all the fast food and sugar I ate as a child. I eventually had the root canals removed by cavitation surgery which was able to eradicate deep recesses of bacteria, formed under the jawline, through scraping and detoxification protocols. As an adult I have had to follow traditional food guidelines to keep at bay the acidity which attracts these bacteria and degrades the enamel of the teeth. Transdermal Magnesium saved my life, because it works fast, preventing further decay and killing these bacteria deep inside the tissue structure.

How does it work? Can I do this with any magnesium oil ?

Well you will need to make sure you have the right product first as there are many look-a-likes. Avoid diluted products because even if it is not mentioned on the bottle , many brands dilute. This changes the molecular weight of the product which should be 31% heavier than water. This allows for deeper penetration into the tissues. Avoid solvent-extracted magnesium oils which make up 90% of the market, as they bring not only solvent residue but they have lost, through refinement, their initial chelation strength, weakening their chimio-tactical ability to attract toxins. Toxins which can then be excreted through the sweat glands or other detox pathways. Avoid plastic user-end products which bring harmful endocrine disruptors across the skin barrier. Avoid magnesium flakes, as these are good for improving the deplorable conditions of todays bath water, but they are not effective at bringing the magnesium to the cells, as they contain hydrochloric acid as a result of high temperatures during the flaking process.

Keep it simple.

  • To reduce tooth pain and clear out underlying bacterial colonies we recommend to use the product pure, 1-2 teaspoons or 15-20 pumps in the mouth. Let sit for 20 minutes, then spit. You can spit and rinse after 20 minutes, but some prefer to spit without rinsing after and just let it absorb unhindered. If you have upper teeth pain, then lean your head off the bed upside down to bathe the upper jawline.
As the pure product is lightly abrasive to the gums, you will need to dilute the Transdermal Magnesium oil for any gum issues. We do not recommend using the product pure in the mouth more than 1 time per week, unless there is a need for this. For daily use, you can follow a common dental practice, and dilute with glass-bottled spring water, 80% water / 20% Mag oil. For teeth it needs to be strong, for the gums or for frequent use, diluted. We prefer to teach you how to use our products than to market a ton of products for each application like most brands do. We see beauty in simplicity.

Why is Zechstein Inside® certification essential ?

The recent discovery of the Zechstein Sea underneath Northern Europe in Veendam, Netherlands has led to a significant treasure or “white gold” as it is called in Veendam. Most brands will never mention the name of an actual city, as most magnesium is imported from Asia and then remarketed. A true European source of pure magnesium for external application (massages, baths, transdermal application). Why is the source so important, are not all magnesium products the same? Our source provides raw-state magnesium chloride due to a natural salt-pillow formation at 1 mile underground. These pure layers of magnesium chloride cannot be recreated as this is a natural purification process of 250 million years. Our unique source is removed from modern-day pollution and can provide the necessary magnesium purity to efficiently recharge our cells and deep tissues. Magnesium may mitigate many common symptoms of various pathologies by restoring the body’s nervous system, healing our circulation, the key to life, and detoxifying aluminum and mercury from the body.  Beware of clever “Genuine” or “Authentic” Zechstein marketing, using off-site labs, self-certification or a dash of true Zechstein magnesium mixed with mostly Asian, solvent-extracted, chemically purified magnesium. Prefer Zechstein Inside® certified brands in healthy glass.

Is it possible to stabilize and even strengthen our teeth (dentine and enamel) through

Studies show that adequate magnesium levels favor cavity resistance (1). The magnesium to calcium ratio is one of the most studied aspects of healthy teeth. The calcium brings the hard structure and the magnesium brings the flexibility which creates strength. Interesting fact, in Chinese the symbol for magnesium means “beautiful mineral”. Beautiful teeth are not possible without magnesium (2). Otherwise our teeth would be brittle.  Magnesium also slows down this hardening effect (3), which is exacerbated by an acidic Ph environment in the mouth. Adequate calcium in the saliva can pair with an equally adequate magnesium to begin this strengthening effect, stabilizing the dentine and the enamel.

Adequate magnesium levels also help other functions at the same time.

Magnesium along with Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) also form a team to create stronger enamel. Thiamine deficient newborns develop weaker enamel (6). Thiamine deficiency without adequate magnesium levels is also a major factor in obesity (6), as it creates insulin resistance. Thiamine is found in natural foods such as fermented cod liver oil, liver, homemade sushi, shellfish, oysters, seaweed, fermented grains, and brewers yeast (without MSG). Thiamine is limited by insufficient magnesium levels, as is calcium. For those of you worried about if you have the right ratio, just remember that in general, raising magnesium levels has a positive effect on thiamine usage in the body and is almost always the missing factor concerning the Ca/Mg ratio. These levels take months to build up so do not wait, start today.
Source (4) “A patient with a long-standing thiamine and magnesium deficiency is presented. Despite massive doses of thiamine i.v., the symptoms of thiamine deficiency could not be suppressed until the magnesium deficiency was corrected as well. This case report emphasizes the dependence of thiamine on magnesium for an adequate function in the body.”
The reason why it has taken us this long to re-figure this out is because we forgot to listen to our ancestors who, by their Roman and Greek bath culture of Europe, to pick one example from many cultures throughout the world, sought these mineral rich waters transdermally and yearly. After all, the origin of the bath culture in Greece was a place called Magnesia. Keep in mind that standard blood tests do not reveal optimal magnesium levels, only pathological levels, as magnesium is not stored in the blood but in the blood cells of the skin. This RBC test is well known by Western medicine, and basically points to the transdermal pathway of the ages. A primordial technology unparalleled for the proper distribution and absorption of magnesium, passing directly into the nervous system, through its reflection: the skin.

Sources : (1) The Effect of Ca and Mg Concentrations and Quantity and Their Correlation with Caries Intensity in School-Age Children. Sejdini M1, Meqa K2, Berisha N1, Çitaku E3, Aliu N1, Krasniqi S1, Salihu S4. (2) Biomed Pap Med Fac Univ Palacky Olomouc Czech Repub. 2018 Jun;162(2):149-153. doi: 10.5507/bp.2018.017. Epub 2018 May 15. The mineral content of the hard dental tissue of mesiodens. Tanaskovic-Stankovic S1, Tanaskovic I1, Jovicic N1, Miletic-Kovacevic M1, Kanjevac T2, Milosavljevic Z1. (3) Bone. 2017 Jan;94:56-64. doi: 10.1016/j.bone.2016.10.014. Epub 2016 Oct 13. Magnesium, pH regulation and modulation by mouse ameloblasts exposed to fluoride. Bronckers AL1, Lyaruu DM2. (4) Aggravation of thiamine deficiency by magnesium depletion. A case report. Dyckner T, Ek B, Nyhlin H, Wester PO. (5) Thiamine and Magnesium in Obesity: A Possible Factor in Disease Prevention and Co-Treatment a deficiency in thiamine or magnesium may lead to this loss of responsiveness to insulin. Maguire D, Talwar D, Shiels PG, McMillan D. The role of thiamine dependent enzymes in obesity and obesity related chronic disease states: a systematic review. Clin Nutr ESPEN, 2018;25:8-17. doi: 10.1016/j.clnesp.2018.02.007. (6) Clin Oral Investig. 2017 May;21(4):1309-1313. doi: 10.1007/s00784-016-1875-3. Epub 2016 Jun 17. The influence of infantile thiamine deficiency on primary dentition. Moskovitz M1, Dotan M2, Zilberman U3.  

Zechstein Inside ® Transdermal Magnesium or Magnesium Threonate

Zechstein Inside ® Transdermal Magnesium or Magnesium Threonate

With all the buzz around the patented and expensive molecule, Magnesium L-Threonate, we thought it would be wise to bring some common sense into the discussion of this synthetically “attached”molecule.
Magnesium Threonate is not a new creation. Although I do not doubt that it can cross the blood brain barrier (BBB), many other forms of magnesium can as well.  It is an intelligent way to control this mineral for sale, and to shift the narrative away from the growing interest  in full spectrum Transdermal Magnesium. To be fair, it may be a better choice than some other types of magnesium pills, but unseen consequences of synthetic compounds in the brain have yet to be studied pertaining to this molecule. This magnesium mineral is synthetically attached to Threonate, which is an acid in the phosphate family which is part of the vitamin C-complex. The danger of synthetic L-form molecules is that they only mimic one part, the shell, of the natural version of the same compound. This molecule administered to the brain will lack the full spectrum of the vitamin C-complex. This forces the brain to use up the many co-factors, stored in the brain, that are naturally a part of the C-complex which contributes to new, more insidious deficiencies in such a critical organ. Co-factors such as rutin, Vitamin P, other mineral co-factors etc. Which tissue in the human body is overflowing with the full spectrum Vitamin C-complex? The adrenals have an abundance of vitamin C, but also the conjunctive tissue and matrix in the skin’s dermal layers. Transdermal magnesium, which is magnesium chloride, the base form of magnesium in the human body blends with the full vitamin C-complex as the magnesium chloride molecule passes through the skin. This 24 hour chemical marriage in the dermal tissue allows for a natural compounding of these acids which soften the magnesium mineral rendering it more bio-available, without creating any new deficiencies as the skin does all the calculation, no pills or patented molecules or middlemen required.   If applied to the head, neck and cervical region, transdermal magnesium, can bring a direct and rapid application to this critical area. Transdermal magnésium can even be used for the removal of heavy metals and especially aluminum. The marketing for magnesium threonate is such that it is deemed the only molecule to cross the blood brain barrier (BBB). We do not oppose the need of these supplements for certain situations, but this statement is untrue. Newly discovered vascular brain ganglia allows for the lymph to enter into the brain from the cervical region. In addition, magnesium has been studied and proven to be able to chelate many neuro-toxins such as flourides, halogens, mercury, endocrine disruptors and aluminum. Time to get our brains back, the natural way, backed up by our Greek and Roman ancestors who bathed in the waters of Magnesia, in Ancient Greece. Begin your 4 month daily application today. Buy here the highest quality from Veendam, Netherlands. Where the natural resource is found. Always sold in healthy glass bottles.

Transdermal Magnesium and the Lungs : Flu, SARS, Coronavirus, COVID19, Asthma, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Emphysema

Magnesium and the Lungs

– Ever heard of mineral reps.? I imagine not. But drug reps. are everywhere. Un-patented, natural molecules are of no interest to drug companies, except for disinformation campaigns. The editor-in-chief of The Lancet, the nations top medical journal, has concluded that up to 50% of research literature is false, due, of course, to conflicts of interests and selectively motivated funding. In this false research paradigm, one must use one’s own experience, intuition and reason to find the truth.

Magnesium and Coronavirus or Influenza (the flu)

-Transdermal magnesium applied to the chest allows for an increase in cellular magnesium. The dermis and the subcutaneous fat layers in the skin allow for acidification processes and lipid conjugation to allow for optimal assimilation of the chloride molecule. This molecule is a strong anti-bacterial. Magnesium chloride also has a strong chelation potential when it has not been chemically refined or treated. This allows for a detoxification of contaminants, bacteria, toxins, acid residues, heavy metals and even endocrine disruptors, especially if preserved in glass bottles (not plastic). -Magnesium chloride has been used in France as the number one natural remedy to prevent or fight the flu and the common cold for over 80 years. This also can apply to the Coronavirus (COVID19). Unlike magnesium sulfates’ paracellular exchanges, magnesium chloride interacts with the cell itself, detoxifying the core.

Magnesium and Asthma, Bronchitis, Emphysema, COPD, Pneumonia

-Magnesium helps improve the healthy response rate of a methacholine challenge, which is a test that reveals spasm and tension in the pulmonary tissue, brochodilation and thus overall flexibility. -Vaporized, nebulous magnesium is the primary remedy for acute asthma. -St. Lukes Hospital confirmed a 77% readmission rate for those suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) where low serum magnesium levels are found.

Magnesium and Viruses

Herpes simplex virus, cold sores and fever blisters can be stopped in their tracks through application of non-chemically treated transdermal magnesium (only a small percentage of transdermal magnesium brands). Magnesium may be the most commonly used supplement in chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. Epstein-Barr Virus infection may be common in ME/CFS. Recent research into EBV and magnesium suggests that low magnesium and EBV infections go hand in hand.