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.