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« on: December 16, 2019, 11:06:00 AM »
Hi all, I was wondering if any has tried or has thoughts on this magnesium? ReMag (the magnesium miracle) https://www.rnareset.com/products/remag-magnesium-solution?variant=13899661319
A friend of mine is taking this. Thanks


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Re: ReMag
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2019, 01:22:59 PM »
This is a very interesting looking product.

The term "pico" sized or "pico scalar", by some schools of thought, would be considered, at best, pseudoscience.

BUT, I'm not convinced either way.

They don't state HOW the magnesium ions are stabilized, but at least they start from pure magnesium chloride.

Is it STILL magnesium chloride, or is reacted with a regent to form a less reactive compound?

The doc recommends magnesium testing, so at least we can be certain that the magnesium is reaching the blood stream.

I'm very pleased with my magnesium sources, but I would like to hear any "excellent" results, but specifically from anyone already getting enough magnesium, so that there is something to compare with.
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Re: ReMag
« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2019, 02:22:30 PM »
Yes, I've never seen those terms.  I take L-threonate and bisglycinate, I think they're doing their job.
I will ask my friend if she sees any improvement/difference.  I also like that they suggest testing and give the name of a lab.
I've not thought about magnesium testing. Isn't the mag chloride the kind we use to make mag oil?


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Re: ReMag
« Reply #3 on: December 16, 2019, 04:27:16 PM »
Yes, it is.  We use pure food grade magnesium chloride.

They probably use the exact same thing in their process.
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Re: ReMag
« Reply #4 on: December 17, 2019, 06:53:07 AM »
I've was curious about ReMag, as my body loves Trace mineral drops. Carolyn Dean, who created the product, claims that it consists entirely or ionic magnesium, and that the chloride is somehow no longer present after the "pico" process they use.  My body hated it, and felt stressed the entire time I was taking it, even thought I followed instructions to begin with just a drop or two and work up slowly. I never got beyond 1/4 tsp. When I stopped the product, my body had a huge detox, but was clearly relieved to be rid of it. There are people on the magnesium group I belong to who love it; I was not one of those. Just my 2 cents.


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Re: ReMag
« Reply #5 on: December 17, 2019, 10:32:01 AM »
Thank you for the report, that helps, I would expect JUST that response:  great for some, not for others.

I personally always get good results with natural magnesium.  The CELL ITSELF evolved most likely with magnesium chloride as the exact form of bio-useful magnesium.

Most people's problems with magnesium have nothing to do with magnesium.  There is underlying imbalance with not enough potassium, sodium, and magnesium because tissue/serum levels of calcium are too high.

You can never take enough magnesium to fix this, nor should you really try to fix this with only magnesium.

This is a core issue with an imbalance in macro alkaline minerals; overly acidic soft tissues, complete depletion of these elements; they've all been used up and neutralized, and this can happen for many different reasons.

I did write an 80 page book about testing for this, and correcting it, and it is free for charter members.

When working with others, I always start here.  Nothing else seems to work at all until the body is first re-hydrated, re-mineralized, and the alkaline macro minerals is re-balanced, putting the mineral-portion of the metabolic system back in homeostasis.

The nice thing is, the body will do it itself if given the right stuff.

I choose to go with natural, it just makes more sense.

Now, if I were ever run into a case where the natural ways didn't work, I would certainly look into things like this.

If it's not a chloride, then has it been chelated?  What does that ionic bond look like?  Do we know?

I find it all interesting, fascinating even...  I do recommend that some people use chelated minerals at certain times, but I use them with trepidation.  Forced absorption is what we're dealing with here, and how far a chelated mineral penetrates the cell membrane depends upon the nature of the bond.

All of that said, I am very pragmatic.  Even if a person misunderstands WHY something works, I still go with what works.  Not a big fan of arguing with results, but still a big fan of always exploring and asking questions!
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Re: ReMag
« Reply #6 on: December 17, 2019, 01:27:53 PM »
My thoughts exactly. My body prefers vitamins and minerals as close to their natural forms as possible, and it quickly lets me know when it doesn't like something. The ReMag clearly was not the form my body is looking for, so I'll just stick with regular trace mineral drops. Anything chelated does indeed feel forced and is treated as foreign by my body.

As it is, as long as there is any stress anywhere in the body, from any variety of sources, there will be a shortage of magnesium, and forcing large doses of synthetically formulated products to get a "quick" result seems less desirable than a slow, steady stream of a naturally-occurring form that is perfectly designed for our body to use, along with stress reduction targeted at the cellular level.


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Re: ReMag
« Reply #7 on: December 19, 2019, 10:34:08 AM »
Well said!

A big problems is hype.  There are tons of products out there that are so-so; adequate.  They all seem to try to hit the $20-30 a month price point as if this were some magical number.  So often, it just isn't worth it.  They know it, so they have to pretend that their product is a need rather than a want; a necessity as apposed to a health luxury.  Most of the time (of course, not always!) they are doing a disservice to the general public, and in particular, individuals with long term, chronic issues who simply want the opportunity to feel "normal" once again.

I'm a product formulator and have long worked at the manufacturing side of things, I know what things cost to produce.  With these things, the packaging is often the most expensive component.  In a Utopian, ideal place, it would be nice to decentralize product acquisition.  In the long run, it can reduce the cost by up to 2/3.

Initially, I really wanted to wholesale clay in this manner for retail acquisition, no packaging costs, very little shipping cost.  Sadly, I learned that this would really take a change in retail buying behavior, and we're still heading in the wrong direction.

Anyway, people might want to consider minimized ANYTHING chemicalized.  I can hold something in my hand and know that is completely de-natured (and not in the good way).  This means that the body has to work extra hard to render it bio-compatible.  There IS such a thing as life force.

There are things that I do use that are man made chemicals.  I just try to minimize it.  Where I can, I take the bio-physical approach to natural health.

That said, on the mineral side of things, I've been really, really impressed with fulvic acid minerals.

Fulvic acid (and humic acid of course) works really well in conjunction with edible clay.

With our digestive system cleansing, which is stripped down as much as a cleansing protocol can be stripped down, I'm close to making it part of the main protocol.
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Re: ReMag
« Reply #8 on: December 20, 2019, 11:38:05 AM »
Hi I 'think' Iím a charter member lol, how can I access the 80 pg book you mention that tells about testing for and correcting the alkaline imbalances?


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« Reply #9 on: December 20, 2019, 11:53:31 AM »
...well, you are now!

It is the mineral and pH balancing document in the downloads section (pdf file):

https://www.earthcures.org/forum/index.php/board,20.0.html
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Re: ReMag
« Reply #10 on: April 15, 2020, 04:15:32 PM »
Good post!
I've read a number of books on magnesium, and apparently around 70% of people are deficient in this critical mineral.

Importantly, the best administration method seems to be transdermally using magnesium chloride.

Magnesium chloride is the same type found in sea water, so a number of companies have extracted it directly from sea water and it comes in a liquid format that you spray on the skin and absorb that way. 

If you put too much it becomes itchy on the skin and intolerable, however, just enough and it seem to be by far the best administration route and well worth the low price.
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Re: ReMag
« Reply #11 on: April 20, 2020, 03:12:16 AM »
JASON said..."The CELL ITSELF evolved most likely with magnesium chloride as the exact form of bio-useful magnesium..."
So, of all many forms of Mg,  Chloride should the best absorbed ?  or with conjunction of an additional mineral ?
Or maybe Humic/fulvic minerals are the best, because they all are well balanced ?


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Re: ReMag
« Reply #12 on: April 20, 2020, 09:32:52 AM »
...here's the catch!

While the cell membrane itself most likely evolved in either a magnesium chloride rich environment, or magnesium oxide rich environment (or even both!)... that doesn't mean it is the most absorb-able form!

Many drugs (whole classes of drugs) are made by binding bio-chemicals with acids (usually, HCL, but sometimes, sulfur, or phosphorus) to force tissue absorption.

Then, there are chelates... The type of chelate dictates how far into a cell the chelate transports.

And then, there are carbonates, which are essentially chalk or rock forms, which the body can use to do this like flush acids (NON-bioavailable minerals!)

Magnesium chloride is the most natural, and has the least "unknowns" associated with it.

For magnesium used in-tissue, or even intra-cellularly, I first rely on magnesium chloride.  For tissues, something like food grade magnesium chloride flakes.  For cells, nine times roasted purple bamboo salt used under the tongue/in-mouth.

Humic/fulvic acid are fantastic, as they have pre-biotic properties and tissue-specific properties... probably more than we understand.  For example, we know that fulvic acid directly assists in the repair of the tissue of the digestive tract, and is thus useful with things like leaky gut syndrome.

There are all sorts of organic and inorganic magnesium products for sale.  Some tout the crossing of the blood/brain barrier, etc.

My position is that a person should first have the basics in place, treating the bio-terrain as a whole.  And THEN, if desired, move to specialty magnesium/mineral products.

For example, it is not going to help to take magnesium threonate to heal the body if the body's soft tissues are acidic because the body doesn't have adequate reserves of alkaline macro minerals. 

Another example would be taking a orthomolecular type of magnesium chelate expecting to heal, when the primary issue is the mineral balance of the extra-cellular environment, and not the cell itself. 

So, it all does get very confusing, but you can bust through the confusion by looking at cellular function, and also extra-cellular function and environments.

Luckily, with magnesium (unlike many other minerals), if you start to get too much, the body self-corrects.  You'll either start getting muscle cramping, irregular heartbeat (mild at first), and/or loose stools.

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« Reply #13 on: April 25, 2020, 12:54:15 AM »
Been diagnosed with breast cancer february last year. straight away I started to drink 2 cups of clay a day and about 50 ml (will depend on each individual) of MgCl (magnesium chloride) to hellp me with constipation as clau does constipate me and having a bath of both of them twice a week.
The hardest time in my journey was making decisions, as I have been living such a healthy style most of my life...
Outside the decision time, I have felt as usual, even during chemo, I was physically 100% well, without taking their anti-vomiting drugs and mentally better than ever.Was it the clay and MgCl? Was it the fact of having no secondary effects, that helped the most? ( I presume) Or any of the other things I have been doing, mostly for my mind, I dont know and I will never know. What I also know is that MgCl helps for the mood....
I must be honest and mention that the chemo did not work as expected....and I was stopping clay and MgCl for 48H, I think after treatment, to make sure they don't interfer with treatment.


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« Reply #14 on: April 25, 2020, 09:38:01 AM »
Hi Mary:

Thanks for the great and honest report.

Ignoring chemotherapy and/or radiation based on principle or misinformation is not the wisest move to make.

In my book, it is all about the numbers.

For example, I have a 100% cure (well, actually two different cures) for most (but not all) types of skin cancer, so I would never elect "westernized" medicine to deal with it.

Then, there are cancers that have an extremely low survivability rate even with the most aggressive forms of cell-poisoning therapies, where the treatment is worse than the illness, with extremely poor outcomes.  An extra few weeks or a month of torture perhaps?

BUT, with the newer waves of chemo and radiation therapy (these therapies are MUCH different than they were, say, in the 1990's), many types of otherwise terminal cancer have very high cure rates, and with manageable side effects in some cases... and that is even when people, UNLIKE yourself, simply do the western medicine. 

When a person augments chemo and radiation therapy with all that we know about mental and emotional wellness (meditation and getting the body's energy physically moving) along with using natural medicine to support recovery and vibrant health, the outcome can switch from being catastrophic to being miraculous.

Kudos to you for finding a way to listen to that inner voice.

Now, I'm not a 100% "Kool Aide" drinking kind of guy, but the answer to some of your questions might just be found in the works, "You are the Placebo", and then "Changing the Habit of Being Yourself", by Dr. Joe Dispenza.  In the Placebo book, he quotes some very intriguing studies about exactly how and why people experience things like vomiting from chemo drugs... and the science might just surprise you! :)

Sadly (or perhaps thankfully?), I am a highly intellectual human being, and so it has been very challenging to tap into the vast resources that I know are out there through subconscious (the body as the feeling mind) and then super-conscious expression!

I would say that eight times out of ten that when clay causes constipation, it is low thyroid function.  ESPECIALLY if you are already the type of individual that keeps the body well hydrated!

When I first started studying clay, almost NOBODY had this issue with clay.  It was almost unheard of.  In fact, if you look at all of the books about clay written before the 21st century, clay is ALWAYS listed as a cure for constipation.  Even Gandhi used it to successfully treat chronic constipation.

Our physical environment is now loaded with thousands...probably tens of thousands...  of endocrine disruptors.  Getting my own thyroid back to minimally functional was one of the hardest things I've done, and it took a great deal of time, as well!

Luckily, there are LOTS of great strategies out there that are healthy ways to improve colon function and avoid constipation, as you yourself have proven.

Clay has always been "the great revealer".  It "exteriorizes" latent conditions in the body, sometimes a very long time before symptoms would become clinically significant, or even noticeable!

I would agree that it is wise to stop INTERNAL treatment of clay while on chemo.  I'm not sure, though, what you meant when you stated that the chemo didn't work as expected...  Not as effective as you thought it would be?
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