CWR is looking good. Its new label makes it an identifiable part of the Mag-nificence line of topical magnesium: lotion, spray and bath additive. CWR is looking good. Its new label makes it an identifiable part of the Mag-nificence line of topical magnesium: lotion, spray and bath additive.
More importantly, CWR makes people feel good. Case studies of participants who used Mag-nificence CWR reveal that they experienced significant reductions in pain and stress.
• PAIN Case Study
The study involved people who had different conditions, such as muscle soreness, arthritis and fibromyalgia, because pain can result for a variety of reasons. Some had more than a single health problem.Three times a day, participants poured a generous amount of CWR liquid on a clean cloth and applied it to the skin area nearest the source of their pain. Each day, they followed up by soaking in a tub of warm to hot water with 2 ounces of added CWR. Some took a foot bath. On a one-week chart, pain was rated daily on a scale from 1–10, with 10 being the worst pain imaginable. The majority of participants experienced pain reduction of 30 to 67 percent after only a week of using CWR.
• STRESS Case Study
So much has been written about the health problems caused by stress yet it only scratches the surface of how much of a negative impact it can have on health.
The CWR case study recorded stress-level reductions on a day-to-day basis. Participants took daily baths for 20–30 minutes in warm to hot water with 2 ounces of added CWR.
On a seven-day chart, participants in the study recorded pre-and post-soak stress levels on a scale from 1–10, with 10 being the worst stress imaginable. Taking daily CWR baths for one week resulted in total stress-reduction levels ranging from 29 to 100 percent.
Keep Mag-nificence CWR on hand to help relax and stay calm.
Testimonials should not be construed as representing results everybody can achieve.
Shared by Nikola Wilkie, AIM Star Sapphire Director
From Chillagoe to Mareeba it’s 139 km and in those parts of Queensland, Australia, it doesn’t rain too often but it did the day before The Great Wheelbarrow Race, an annual fundraiser. Leading out from Chillagoe a long stretch of the road is not sealed and 42 teams of runners negotiated the mud with wheelbarrow in hand for almost a full day. There’s nothing actually in the wheelbarrow but it’s being pushed for a good cause. There usually is a good cause behind an insane act like this pushing an empty wheelbarrow for three days.
Over 400 participants pushed to raise money for their chosen charity. At the end of a hard run of at least a 35 km most went to sleep in their swag on the ground, thankfully there was a clear sky.
I’m not that crazy as to run behind a barrow but I was there to support my team of ten by working on their bodies to keep them able for the next day’s run. A Recovery Team of six worked on bodies for 6-8 hours using Australian muscle-releasing techniques Bowen and Emmett. Putting tired feet in a bath of AIM CWR was the first relief, and rubbing AIM Mag-nificence magnesium lotion into legs was very welcome.
Our team were well backed with AIM products. On board the bus the runners were primed with Red Rush nitric oxide boost at the beginning of the day and kept going with Peak Endurance. Taylor, my son, was the source of encouragement. Through his training he knows how valuable the products are for everyone wanting stamina.
The task is to run just 10-15 seconds pushing the wheelbarrow, the driver of the bus toots the horn at the command of the timer, the next runner jumps out of the moving vehicle and takes over pushing. Of course it is in the teams best interest to keep that barrow moving but taking control of a moving barrow is no easy feat. The first runner then jumps back on board the still moving vehicle and finds a seat whilst the next runner lines up to jump out.
Thanks to AIM Australia’s contribution to us we were able to raise over $2,000 for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
NOTE: Nikola has worked as a naturopath in Cairns for over twenty years.
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You may or may not be deficient in magnesium—a mineral that is required for over 300 enzymatic reactions in your body. However, given the prevalence of its bodily use, it’s quite possible that you could use a little more. But how do you know if magnesium is something you lack? Let’s look at some of the signs…
10 Common Symptoms of Magnesium Deficiency:
- Tense muscles or muscle cramps and spasms
- Insomnia or poor sleep patterns
- Low energy levels
- Irregular heartbeats
- Lack of strength
- Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
- Poor memory
- Cold hands and feet (Oops! That’s 11 symptoms … and there’s a whole lot more …)
So what do you do if you think you might be magnesium-deficient? You can correct it in magnificence style…
AIM Mag-nificence™ offers two absorb-it-through-your-skin options to increase your magnesium intake: Lotion and Spray. Apply the lotion or spray on your skin to reverse a magnesium deficiency or maintain sufficient levels.