MagNificient™ is a transdermal magnesium supplement cream that helps your body maintain optimum levels of magnesium. Made with all natural ingredients: shea butter, coconut oil, olive oil, vitamin E and key therapeutic grade essential oils. Feel the difference with MagNificent Magnesium.

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Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) are 19 times more likely to have a magnesium deficiency, according to a study in Gynecology Endorinology. Magnesium plays a role in glucose, insulin, and blood pressure regulation. Individuals with metabolic syndrome or type 2 diabetes have also shown to have low levels of magnesium. In fact, having low levels of magnesium increases your risk for having type 2 diabetes.

That’s why we are excited to provide MagNificent™! Created by a physician, MagNificent is a magnesium supplement cream with natural ingredients: deionized water, shea butter, coconut oil, olive oil, vitamin E and key therapeutic grade essential oils. The magnesium used, magnesium chloride, is a highly concentrated salt crystal from the Zechstein seabed located in the Netherlands.

This transdermal magnesium supplement cream helps your body maintain optimum levels of magnesium. Added bonus: If you have a particular sore or aching part of your body, rub on MagNificent™ and get instant relief. Feel the difference with MagNificent Magnesium.

Directions: Apply to area of skin 2 to 3 times daily. MagNificient should not be taken orally or applied near the eyes, on open wounds or sensitive areas. Talk with your doctor about using MagNificent™ if you are pregnant or breastfeeding first.

What is Magnesium?

Magnesium is very important for our body. Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body. One important function of magnesium is that it is an electrolyte which regulates heart contractions and water balance in the body. Magnesium is also a cofactor involved in hundreds of important reactions such as regulating glucose and insulin, transmitting nerve impulses, regulating temperature, liver detoxification, and it is part of the formation of bones and teeth. Here some benefits of taking magnesium.

Benefits of Magnesium:

  • Reduced heart arrhythmia
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Reduced risk for type 2 diabetes
  • Stronger bones
  • Less Migraines
  • Better sleep
  • Healthier pregnancy
  • Pain relief


 Read our blog post Health Benefits of Magnesium for Women with PCOS

Signs You Have a Magnesium Deficiency

A magnesium deficiency in common, especially in the United States. Poor diet (high sugar and processed foods), aging, stress, hormone changes, alcohol use and medications (oral contraceptives, diuretics), can all affect your levels of magnesium. There’s not a simple blood test available that can accurately check your magnesium levels. The body tries to maintain homeostasis or balance at every level. If magnesium levels fall in the blood, magnesium is transferred from other places of the body (the bones for example) to bring up blood levels.

Here are some signs you could have a magnesium deficiency:

  • Muscle cramping, pain
  • Frequent headaches or migraine headaches
  • Mood changes like: anxiety, depression or irritability
  • Elevated Blood Pressure
  • Insulin Resistance or Metabolic Syndrome
  • Low energy level or chronically fatigued
  • Memory issues, difficulty focusing, problems maintaining attention.
  • Painful menstrual periods
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Brittle bones and development of stones
  • Numbness or tingling
  • Intense cravings for sweets


How Much Magnesium is Required?

The recommended amount for magnesium in adult women is 320 mg daily and 400 mg daily for adult men. Food sources such as avocados, leafy greens, nuts, seeds, beans, and whole grains are good sources of magnesium, however, may provide insufficient amounts if you are deficient.

Magnesium is water soluble and toxicity is rare. Excessive consumption of magnesium (3 to 5 grams daily), can result in side effects such as diarrhea and dehydration. Do not take magnesium if you have a heart problem called “heart block” or any kidney problems or kidney failure.


Sharifi F, Mazloomi S, Hajihosseini R et al. Serum magnesium concentrations in polycystic ovary syndrome and its association with insulin resistance. Gynecol Endocrinol. 2012;28(1):7-11.

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