BioCeuticals Ultra Muscleze® Cream (100g and 400g)

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BioCeuticals Ultra Muscleze® Cream (100g and 400g)

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Ultra Muscleze® Cream provides magnesium, menthol and wintergreen oil for topical application to muscles.

  • Topical magnesium has been shown to increase cellular magnesium levels.

  • Magnesium is required for normal healthy muscle relaxation.

  • Paraben-free.

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Magnesium
Magnesium is used in over 300 biochemical reactions in the body and magnesium depletion may result in muscle cramps.

Prolonged exercise or endurance sports are associated with increased magnesium losses, via sweat and urine. These losses may be aggravated by mental stress during competition.[1-3]

Magnesium may be absorbed effectively when applied topically

Background: To test whether topical application of magnesium might be an effective method of increasing body magnesium levels.
Subjects/Method: A 12 week pilot study with nine patients, using a magnesium spray and foot soak. Subjects’ hair was tested for magnesium levels at baseline and at 12 weeks. Hair analysis is considered to show a more accurate reflection of long-term cellular content of magnesium than blood serum levels.
Results: An average increase of 59.7% in body storage levels of magnesium was seen following topical magnesium treatment. This study concludes that topical application of magnesium may be an effective way of raising cellular magnesium levels in a relatively short amount of time.

Watkins J, Josling PD. A pilot study to dertmine the impact of transdermal magnesium treatment on serum levels and whole body CaMg ratios. Nutr Prac 2010;11(1):27-32.

  • Contains magnesium, wintergreen oil and menthol in a topical cream.
  • Topical magnesium has been shown to increase cellular magnesium levels.
  • Magnesium is required for normal healthy muscle relaxation.
  • Paraben-free.
  • Contains wintergreen essential oil; avoid use in pregnancy and lactation.
  • Concomitant use of topical wintergreen oil-containing products and warfarin can increase INR and bleeding risk due to systemic absorption of the methyl salicylate contained in wintergreen oil.[4]
  • Topical use of wintergreen oil in large amounts, with occlusive dressings, or for prolonged periods of time, can cause additive salicylate toxicity.[4]
  • Individuals with salicylate allergy, asthma or nasal polyps should use wintergreen cautiously due to its potential for allergic reaction.[4]

Magnesium's widespread influence within the body

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[1] Konig D, Weinstock C, Keul J, et al. Zinc, iron, and magnesium status in athletes - influence on the regulation of excercise-induced stress and immune function. Exercise Immunol Rev 1998;4:2-21.
[2] Rayssiguier Y, Guezennec CY, Durlack J. New experimental and clinical data on the relationship between magnesium and sport. Magnesium Res 1990;3(2):93-102.
[3] Nielson FH, Lukaski HC. Update on the relationship between magnesium and exercise. Magnesium Res 2006;19(3):180-189.
[4] Wintergreen. Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database 2015, www.naturaldatabase.com