Magnesium Oil Recipe & Uses

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Although you can buy magnesium oil in many medicine stores, making your own magnesium oil makes you more confident about the purity of the oil you’re applying to your body. It is also very easy to make at home, provided you have access to magnesium chloride flakes. Alternatively, you can also make it from Epsom salt which is not as potent but is cheaper. These can be purchased online from a number of distributors, as well as select herbal shops and manufacturers.

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How to Make Magnesium Oil

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Course: Oil
Cuisine: Others
Keyword: magnesium oil
Appliance: Hot plate
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 1 small bottle


Using magnesium chloride flakes (Total time: 10 minutes)

Using Epsom salt (Total time: 10 minutes)


Using magnesium chloride flakes

  • Bring the distilled water to a boil in a stainless steel pot. Distilled water helps to increase the shelf-life of the oil.
    A pot of boiling water
  • Add the magnesium chloride flakes to a mixing bowl and then pour the boiling water over it.
    A close-up shot of a plate of magnesium chloride flakes
  • Stir continuously until the flakes full dissolve. Allow it to cool.
  • Pour the mixture into a spray bottle or any other storable container.
    Close up of bottles of essential oil on a white background
  • To use, simply spray the oil on your skin (10-15 sprays per day should be adequate).

Using Epsom salt

  • Mix Epsom salt and distilled water in a pot.
    Epsom salt in a rustic wooden bowl against a wood background
  • Put the pot on the gas and heat it until all the Epsom salt gets dissolved in the water.
  • Stir the mixture, turn off the gas and allow it to cool.
  • Pour it into a spray bottle or any other storable container.
  • To use, simply spray the oil on your skin (10-15 sprays per day should be adequate).
    Liquid Magnesium


It is preferable to use magnesium oil before bedtime along with a few drops of frankincense or lavender essential oil for a more relaxing experience.

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An alumnus of St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai, Komal is a quirky writer. She loves to add a touch of creativity to everything she does. She has a diverse background in teaching biology, working as an analyst, and freelancing as a content writer. There are only two ways she can express herself, first is words and second is dance.

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