How To Make Your Own Magnesium Supplement If you found value, then please share! I’m wondering if you have any experience with magnesium, specifically topically versus oral, as with magnesium oil for the former? It seems to be vital for metabolism, and it’s difficult to consume enough through one’s diet.— Dave Foster IN May 2016 I tried Epsom salt footbaths a couple of times because I never could get a decent quantity, and I don’t have a bath tub. Of course, I didn’t notice much from them. Never tried the oil either. I have settled on the magnesium bicarbonate recipe that you can find on the forum, and I think I benefit from it. I do maybe one bottle in one month (I’m bad, I know). — Ray Peat Forum member Such_Saturation IN May 2016 I’ll try that with the milk of magnesia and mag bicarb. — Dave Foster on May 2016 It’s so thirst-quenching, better than Gatorade. — Ray Peat Forum member Such_Saturation IN May 2016 Click here to see the aforementioned magnesium bicarbonate recipe over on Toxinless, founded by Dan Wich. Tags: bicarbonate, chloride, Epsom, magnesium, milk of magnesia, oil Please Share This Continue Reading Previous PostHair Loss and Orthorexic Diets You Might Also Like T3-Laden Ratio Signs January 8, 2020 Can You Refrigerate Your Vitamins? March 1, 2020 Why You May Have Lowered Your Iron Stores Too Much February 1, 2020 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. An advertisement for the Crosley Shelvador refrigerator from the 24 January 1948 edition of Australian Women's Weekly.