This is an instant cure for all who experience back pain, restless leg syndrome and other related diseases, to relieve leg cramps.
Dandelions traditionally been used due to their analgesic (pain relieving) properties, making them an excellent addition to products for muscle pain or various other external aches and pains.
Why magnesium oil?
Experts postulated, that much of the population does not get enough magnesium in their daily diet. This can lead to a headache, leg cramps, and many other diseases.
Besides tubs with magnesium sulfate (Epsom salt) and magnesium supplements, another way to get more of this vital mineral is by applying magnesium oil for the skin.
Because the oil directly on the skin can lead to dryness and irritation, it works well when you add lotion or cream, especially if it contains soothing ingredients.
Dandelion Magnesium + oil = Awesome
The combination of the two components is very useful, but if you are allergic to dandelions, you could try Arnica, comfrey or Enchets.
Step 1 – Find and dry dandelions
Spring is a good time to collect them.
After collect the flowers should be dried before being added to the oil. Some herbalists put fresh dandelions, but due to the high moisture content in them is more likely to develop bacteria and prepared mixture to spoil. To be safe, they should use freshly dried plants.
Dandelions spread in a single layer on a clean cloth for dishes or napkins and should be air-dried for several days.
Some of your dandelions may become of fluff. This is good because they are still usable.
Step 2 – Creation of oil dandelion
Once dry, put dandelions in a glass jar fill it up to 1/3 with dried plants. Fill the jar with olive oil or other oils, such as avocado, jojoba, almond oil.
Step 3 – Preparation of the infusion
You have to boil water bath for about two hours by placing the container with the mixture in a large container filled with hot water. Never start boiling water bath with cold water. After 2 hours, remove the pan and leave to cool.
Step 4 – Now you’re ready to make your lotion!
2 tablespoons (30 mL) of the prepared tincture of dandelion
3 tablespoons (6 g) emulsifying wax
2 tablespoons (30 mL) of magnesium oil
2 tablespoons (30 mL) of distilled water
1 tablespoon (15 mL) of aloe gel
2-3 drops of essential oil of lavender (optional)
Put indicated amount of tincture and emulsifying wax in a jar.
Despite its name, of magnesium oil is actually water-based, so put it with distilled water and aloe in a jar.
Place the jar in both suitable for water bath tank and moderate temperatures leave for 10 minutes. This gives time the wax to completely melted, while the combination of water, aloe gel and magnesium oil reach the same temperature. Remove from heat.
Gently stir the contents of both jars in a pan until the liquid is warm. Since the poured together, the two compositions will begin to emulsify after contacting and obtain the milk yellow color.
Using a fork stirring lotion vigorously for 30 seconds and allowing to cool, stirring occasionally.
The expiry date is about 1 or 2 weeks if stored in the refrigerator.
Apply a small amount of your homemade lotion to relieve back pain, restless leg syndrome and leg cramps, or as often as necessary throughout the day.