Miracle Mist FAQ
Question: How Do I Treat Magnesium Deficiency, How Do I Use Miracle Mist & What is it good for?
Question: Why is magnesium known as the Miracle Mineral?
Answer: Magnesium chloride is well known as the miracle mineral due to its healing effect on such a vast range of diseases as well as in its ability to rejuvenate the ageing body. There are more than two hundred published clinical studies that document the body’s requirement for magnesium and numerous examples of miraculous ‘cures’ from the use of this vital mineral.
Magnesium deficiency has been scientifically identified as a critical factor in the onset of such a vast variety of disease, from heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, inflammation and stroke, to Alzheimer’s, autism, cancer and many more.
Question: Why is transdermal application important?
Answer: Miracle Mist is provided in a mist spray because transdermal application allows us to bypass the digestive system and go directly to where the body can utilize it most by absorbing through our skin – the largest organ. Doctors have estimated that at least two-thirds of the population is magnesium deficient and according to Director International Medical Veritas Association, Dr. Mark Allan Sircus, “it is almost impossible to eat your way out of a magnesium deficiency” and it could take “over a year to get your magnesium levels back to normal with oral supplementation”. Miracle Mist can help reverse this deficiency because transdermal application can restore normal magnesium levels in the cells within a few months. In addition, there is never an issue with taking too much as the body will only absorb what it needs.
Question: Why do I get a ‘burning’ sensation when I spray it on?
Answer: You may feel a ‘burning’ sensation when first applying Miracle Mist. It has been stated that if you have damaged skin or are significantly deficient in this essential mineral, the greater the reaction. This is normal and generally subsides, however, if you feel uncomfortable, leave the magnesium on for as long as possible or at least 30 minutes and then shower or wash off. Any irritation will subside once your magnesium levels are normalised however, you may dilute Miracle Mist 50/50 with Miracle Waters or distilled water if irritation continues. Over time, with regular use, the cellular magnesium levels will normalise and the skin tissues will heal and stinging subside. Consider the Miracle Mist bath soak or foot baths to raise your magnesium levels – this is more gentle on the skin. (Add 50 ml Miracle Mist to a hot bath or foot soak for 30 minutes)
Question: How does Miracle Mist relieve pain?
Answer: Magnesium is well known for relieving pains and sufferings caused by arthritis, rheumatism, psoriasis, eczema, angina, headache and the generalised bone aching once considered as “growing pains” in children. Miracle Mist is easily absorbed through the skin, and is the most effective way to relax tense muscles and improve arthritic joint problems. It is especially good for low back pain. In addition to skin rubs you may also use hot packs with cloths soaked in Miracle Mist.
Question: Can magnesium help kidney stones?
Answer: Dr. Luiz Moura from Brazil states, “Magnesium is vitally important and needs to be taken on a daily basis; everybody should take it, because food today is low in magnesium. The two most important functions of magnesium are: it regulates the metabolism of calcium in the body; it fixates the calcium where it should be and eliminates the calcium where it should not be. Therefore, spinal calcifications, joint, artery calcifications happen due to this lack of magnesium. Kidney calcifications, calcium oxalate kidney stones is due to a lack of magnesium. It is enough to give patients magnesium to dissolve kidney stones, provided they are not urate and phosphate ones. if they are calcium oxalate stones then they are due to lack of magnesium.”
Question: I have high blood pressure can Miracle Mist relieve it?
Answer: All muscles, including the heart and blood vessels, contain more magnesium than calcium. If magnesium is deficient, calcium floods the smooth muscle cells of the blood vessels and results in higher blood pressure, arterial spasm, angina and heart attack. A proper balance of magnesium in relation to calcium can prevent these symptoms.
Question: Can Miracle Mist help with weight loss?
Answer: Magnesium is mainly found inside the cells; it activates many enzymes and is necessary for the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and amino acids. It is essential in forming your adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the energy on which our bodies run; additionally, the secretion and action of insulin require magnesium. So, it is not surprising that many people report weight loss once their magnesium levels begin to normalise.
Dr Vergini discovered that putting his patients on a high magnesium intake their PMT vanished and they felt and looked much younger. Most of these women said that they lost weight, increased their energy, felt less depressed and enjoyed sex again much more than before. For men it is equally beneficial for problems arising from an enlarged prostate gland. Symptoms commonly improve after a period of supplementation with magnesium chloride. Further considerations to your health: Magnesium is an essential mineral in your body and is needed for your bone, protein and fatty acid formation. Magnesium is also crucial in creating new cells, activating your B vitamins, relaxing your muscles and clotting your blood.
Question: How does Miracle Mist calm the nervous system and relieve headaches?
Answer: It is well understood that magnesium is vital for the health of the brain and nervous system. Magnesium has a calming effect on the nervous system and it is frequently used to promote good sleep. But more importantly, it can be used to calm irritated and over-excited nerves. Because of its strong relaxing effect, magnesium helps not only to have a better sleep but is also useful in overcoming headaches and migraines. It really is the feel good mineral.
Question: How does Miracle Mist magnesium oil help fight infection?
Answer: Dr. Mark Allan Sircus states, “The involvement of free radicals in tissue injury induced by magnesium deficiency causes an accumulation of oxidative products in heart, liver, kidney and skeletal muscle tissue, and in red blood cells. Magnesium is a crucial factor in the natural self-cleansing and detoxification responses of the body and it certainly helps people sleep better than any pharmaceutical. Nothing will de-stress one’s cells faster than raising one’s cellular magnesium levels.”
Question: How does Miracle Mist relieve depression?
Answer: Richard H. Cox, Ph.D., C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D. Roger K. Cady, M.D., Diane Veehoff, R.N., M.S.W., Ph.D., Mariann Burnetti Awell, Psy.D., Rita Houston, L.P.N. Abstract. Magnesium levels were tested in a total of 457 patients suffering either chronic primary depression or chronic pain with depression. The magnesium load or tolerance test is considerably more reliable than serum, red blood cell, whole blood, or white blood cell magnesium levels. Virtually all significantly depressed patients are deficient in magnesium. Clinicians should consider the potential of therapeutic benefit from magnesium replacement therapy in chronic depression. Although magnesium deficiency has been reported in depression, this association is not widely recognized (1).
Question: I have serious sciatica – can Miracle Mist help?
Answer: Medical evidence from Department of Neurosurgery in Taiwan supports that magnesium can regenerate nerve damage. Abstract Magnesium (Mg) supplements have been shown to significantly improve functional recovery in various neurological disorders. First, a high Mg diet significantly increased plasma and nerve tissue Mg concentrations. In addition, Mg supplementation improved behavioural, electro-physiological functions, enhanced regeneration marker, and reduced deposits of inflammatory cells as well as expression of inflammatory cytokines. The conclusion: Magnesium supplement promotes sciatic nerve regeneration and down-regulates inflammatory response.
Question: What can I do to stop the ‘stinging’ sensation?
Answer: Please note that you may feel a ‘stinging’ sensation when first applying Miracle Mist. It has been stated that the more deficient you are in this essential mineral the greater the reaction. This is normal and generally subsides, however if you feel uncomfortable, leave the magnesium on for a long as possible or at least 30 minutes and then shower or wash off. Any irritation will subside once your magnesium levels are normalised, however you may dilute Miracle Mist as much as 50/50 with Miracle Waters or distilled water if irritation continues.
Question: I have insomnia can Miracle Mist help?
Answer: Magnesium helps regulate melatonin, a hormone that’s essential for normal sleep cycles. Charles Poliquin, a Canadian strength coach who has trained a range of Olympic athletes, explains that most individuals he tests show up as magnesium-deficient. He notes that hard training and stress increase the rate at which the body uses up magnesium reserves. Poliquin identifies that magnesium deficiency remains one of the most common causes of poor sleeping patterns.
Question: How important is magnesium in athletic performance?
Answer: Poliquin states that athletic endurance and strength performance increases significantly when a large amount of magnesium is supplemented. Despite magnesium’s pivotal role in energy production, many coaches and athletes remain unaware of its critical importance in maintaining health and performance. Magnesium deficiency reduces metabolic efficiency, increases oxygen consumption and heart rate required to perform work, all things that would take the edge off of performance. The last thing any trainer or sports doctor wants to see is their athletes lose their competitive edge.
Question: How long will Miracle Mist stay fresh once opened?
Answer: There is no expiry to the shelf life of Miracle Mist; magnesium chloride does not deteriorate with time. Additionally, all Miracle Products have all been stabilised with a pure scalar vortex device using “Miracle” 528 Hz frequency for enhanced durability and superior performance.
Question: I heard that I could use Miracle Mist for radiation detox – is this true?
Answer: According to Austrian physician Dr. Leslie Fisher, who has conducted research within his own clinics and the Department of Psychiatry, Austin Hospital, Melbourne, magnesium protects cells from aluminium, mercury, lead, cadmium, beryllium and nickel, which explains why re-mineralization is so essential for heavy metal detoxification and chelation as well as radiation protection. Magnesium is essential for the survival of our cells but takes on further importance now where our bodies are being bombarded on a daily basis with heavy metals and radiation. Without sufficient magnesium, the body accumulates toxins and acid residues, degenerates rapidly, and ages prematurely.
Question: Can Miracle Mist magnesium whiten teeth?
Answer: Our personal experience has shown a dramatic increase in the whitening of teeth and repair of receding gum line! Use either full strength or slightly diluted in distilled or Miracle Waters. According to Dr. Sircus it is magnesium, not calcium that helps form hard tooth enamel, resistant to decay. He further states, “Magnesium chloride is the ultimate medicinal mouthwash and is highly recommended for periodontal disease and for strengthening the teeth.”
Question: I love my Miracle Mist but I'm breaking out in a rash of little blisters under my breasts and in my armpits, is this a detox reaction?
Answer: It has been our experience that the people who are the most deficient in magnesium are also more likely to have the sort of reaction that you are describing. There are several options available to you. You could dilute the Miracle Mist even as much as 50/50 with either distilled or Miracle Waters. If you still continue to have a reaction, an alternative is to use about 50 ml in a bath or foot soak until you have built up your magnesium levels.
Question: My sister told me that Miracle Mist could help with Autism, is this correct?
Answer: Based on the following information it seems obvious that magnesium deficiency is a significant factor in autism, ADD and ADHD. From the article: The effect of Magnesium Deficiency on Brain Function: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Neurology, Genetics and Remedial Solutions – Robin Burn Published information suggests that a Magnesium deficiency in the electrolyte serum, resulting from a magnesium deficient diet, or a diet high in sugar, salt, and saturated fats, can have an effect on neural efficiency-neuronal homoeostasis, leading to conditions on the Autism Spectrum Disorder. In their publication, echoing the implications of magnesium deficiency of Hartwig, adding that using positive emission topography as observed by Zilbovicius et al on primary autistic children, revealing a significant decrease in cerebral blood flow localised at the temporal lobes level, taken together the fact that Magnesium was shown to increase blood pressure, Mousain-Bosc et al (2006) hypothesized that intercellular magnesium depletion could be responsible for some central activity disorders observed in autistic children. Additional studies done by researchers in Poland (Starobrat-Hermelin 1997) revealed that 95% of children diagnosed with ADHD are seriously magnesium deficient, and with oral supplementation of magnesium for six months, the symptoms were significantly reduced. Consider that these doctors used oral supplementation, and we now know that transdermal application is far more effective and even quicker.Miracle Mist is now being used successfully by parents to assist children diagnosed with Autism, ADD and ADHD by addressing their magnesium deficiency.
Question: Just wondering if you can take Miracle Mist while pregnant and/or breastfeeding?
Answer: Magnesium is essential during pregnancy and your body will require more than usual as concentration of magnesium in the placental and fetal tissues increases during pregnancy; magnesium helps build and repair tissue in both mother and fetus. A severe deficiency during pregnancy may lead to preeclampsia, birth defects and infant mortality. Magnesium is frequently used as the treatment for stopping premature labour, and the seizures of eclampsia, at the point it starts but consider that it might be more helpful in preventing these conditions if supplemented throughout the course of pregnancy.When taking magnesium transdermally (through the skin) it is not possible to take an excess as the body will only absorb what it needs: taking to much magnesium internally can produce a laxative effect however, this does not occur with transdermal use.
Studies have shown that women who have adequate magnesium levels have an easier delivery because all the muscles and central nervous system are relaxed and babies are born much healthier. The results from one 10 year study published in the August 28, 2008 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine found that magnesium administered to women delivering before 32 weeks of gestation reduced the risk of cerebral palsy by 50%. Rubbing it on your belly can reduce or eliminate stretch marks too!Breastfeeding while using transdermal magnesium will benefit baby too. Mothers have found that their babies are less prone to colic and sleep well even while teething. Magnesium helps the body produce hydrochloric acid which is essential for digestion – some mothers rub a small amount on the soles of their babies little feet to promote good sleep and ease any signs of colic. Putting a tiny amount on a finger and rubbing onto teething gums has been reported as excellent in easing this discomfort as well but remember too much taken internally can produce a laxative effect so use sparingly.
Question: Is sulphur the same as sulpha drugs and sulphites? I’m allergic to sulphites. Does this mean I will be allergic to MSM?
Answer: Do not get confused between the two. MSM provides organic sulphur and is a nutrient.Sulpha-based drugs, also known as sulphonamides, do not occur naturally and are used as antibiotics. The sulpha molecule is much larger and can cause severe reactions in some individuals. An estimated half-million people are sulphite sensitive in the US. Most often they are asthmatic adults and predominantly women. While many people are allergic to sulpha drugs, no similar reactions have ever been reported with MSM.A third sulphur-containing compound, known as sulphites, is a form of preservative that can cause allergic reactions in some individuals. MSM does not contain sulphites, and should not cause a reaction in sulphite-sensitive individuals. The human body produces sulphites in its normal metabolism of sulphur-containing amino acids. Sulphite compounds have been used for more than three hundred years and are generally considered safe.