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How Magnesium levels in your body affect the quality of your Cannabis high

Topher89

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Hi Topher. How much?

There is also a non-hydrated or desiccated magnesium chloride available that contains approximately twice as much magnesium as the hydrated product. If using this then just half the amounts indicated above. It is now also available in tablet form but more expensive.
This last part is what I wanted to hear! Tablet form! Wooo! Hahaha. Thanks bud! :slide:
 

Tulip

New Member
thank you drumlove420, great post! I have mine sitting next to the light switch in the kitchen so I don;'t forget it before I go to bed at night.
 

candy justice

New Member
Oh wow, this explains a lot. I have to keep my magnesium and potassium levels up due to one of my blood pressure meds. Now I get why I am high for such long periods of time. Cool!
 

Herbnrelief

New Member
An old thread but very interesting. TY for posting. I just want to add a little warning for women.. Not sure about men on this point.. " If you take the mag daily you could have the effect of it working as sexual enhancer. Mostly not in a real good way. It can put you in a constant 24/7 state of sexual arousal. Should you have this issue just back off on your dosage or stop all together. I am speaking from experience. Many doctor appointments and no relief until one said " Ohhh this is easy, stop taking the magnesium" be safe in all meds you put in your body. Have a great night everyone.
 

Blazeartglass

New Member
to add to your post i have bin doing my own resurch into magnesium and found its crutial for cell growth adding to that it helps grow ALL CELLS my brother works for a maker of nuttrents for humans so i did a little looking into it and too much mag will not hurt a plant so i have bin adding a mag suplement to my nute mix for my plants and will be doing extra in the final flower phase to see if it will help make it more potent. . . . we will see im guessing if eaten it will have more of an effect but i dont know about smoking it i guess we will see
 

Nalaeyak

New Member
I've been told liquid mag is much quicker acting and better than pills. Did I understand correctly - do use dissolved flakes and drink it? Just curious - I was led to believe the best use for flakes is in a warm bath. Thank you for this info I was unaware it effected our high.
 

Hashassinz

New Member
You know I read a lot online and I'll be damned I tried some mag supplements 450 mg for the past 4 days. Feeling like a champ and I need a lot less dabs and herb to get the same effect you are definitely on to something with this. Glad I took the time to read this. Good post great info more people should try it imo. TYVM :bravo:
 

FungiClay

Active Member
I've been told liquid mag is much quicker acting and better than pills. Did I understand correctly - do use dissolved flakes and drink it? Just curious - I was led to believe the best use for flakes is in a warm bath. Thank you for this info I was unaware it effected our high.
Many pills are made with filler and not as readily available to the body while liquid magnesium is more easily absorbed. That said magnesium flakes dissolved in a bath and absorbed through the skin is most effective. Cheaper is not always better.
 

TheFertilizer

Well-Known Member
Many pills are made with filler and not as readily available to the body while liquid magnesium is more easily absorbed. That said magnesium flakes dissolved in a bath and absorbed through the skin is most effective. Cheaper is not always better.
What about epsom salts? They're magnesium sulfate.
 

FungiClay

Active Member
What about epsom salts? They're magnesium sulfate.
Magnesium baths are great for stress relief, muscle soreness after working out, improving circulation, relieving headaches, joint pain, skin conditions, and much more. Did you know that not all magnesium soaks are equal? There is actually a big difference between magnesium bath flakes and epsom salts. Magnesium bath flakes are made from magnesium chloride. Epsom salts are magnesium sulfate. Although both contain a form of magnesium, magnesium chloride is much better suited for topical application. According to Dr. Sircus, magnesium chloride is a most important and vital mineral required for life. Without magnesium chloride, the human body would be unable to maintain fluids in blood vessels, conduct nerve transmissions, move muscles, or maintain proper kidney function. Magnesium chloride is a highly soluble, potent form of magnesium for fast-acting topical uses.1 Magnesium chloride is more easily absorbed and utilized by the body. Magnesium chloride is the best choice because of its clinical and pharmacological effects, and its lower tissue toxicity as compared to magnesium sulfate. Magnesium chloride is more easily assimilated, and therefore more bioavailable or absorbed and utilized by the body. Whereas magnesium sulfate is not as easily absorbed and utilized in the body. Magnesium sulfate is also more rapidly excreted through the kidneys than magnesium chloride, which explains why results don’t last long, and more amounts are needed for desired effects.2 While it may be tempting to just run out to the drugstore and buy epsom salts for your nightly relaxation soak, magnesium bath flakes and topical magnesium oil (both made from magnesium chloride) are your best bet for when looking to soak away the stress of the day, and wind down for a good night’s sleep!
 
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