MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE (NIGARI), flakes
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This product has been thoroughly tested for purity and is considered food grade.
Origin: Japan / China
Common use: In the culinary world, it is most commonly used as a coagulant in the preparation of tofu from soy milk also known as Nigari in Japan or Lushui in China.
Magnesium Chloride may also be useful as a topical application in baths or as sprays (aka Magnesium oil) for transdermal absorption to help correct magnesium deficiencies.
Recipe for "Magnesium Oil":
- Bring ½ cup of water to a boil in a non-aluminum saucepan. Turn off the heat and stir in ½ cup of magnesium flakes until dissolved. When cool, pour into a spray bottle.
- You just created a highly saturated Magnesium solution and when applied to the skin it feels somewhat greasy (thus the name). Avoid sensitive skin areas to reduce stinging sensation.
- Possible benefits include reduced muscle cramping, improved sleep, help with headaches, and as an anti-stress agent.
Storage: Store in a cool, dark, dry place
Disclaimer: this information is for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the FDA or CFIA. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This product has been packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and other potential allergens.
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Magnesium Chloride flakes
A close friend found that magnesium oil applied topically would relieve arthritis-like joint pain almost immediately. I made a small batch using your online recipe to test for results in chronic muscle spasms in my neck and shoulders, but to no avail. The product mixed well without residue and had a slight prickling sensation, but nothing unpleasant. Ordering was simple and delivery remarkable! Testing will continue just for fun. R.