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  1. Hi there, I have been looking into the various magnesium offerings, and am a little concerned on which is the right product to use on a 7 year old boy. The sulfate Epsom salts in bath appears what most of you have used, but for topical application would a chloride cream or oil be ok or, I see there is also a sulfate based cream. I also see a product with chloride bath flakes. Thanks Vittorio
  2. My grandson who is 8 and just 5 months into a tic disorder, head/neck area, started on magnesium 10 days ago. He took 100 mg liquid twice a day in apple juice. In just 3 days he showed remarkable improvement and at the end of 7 days he was stablilized at about 80% better. Still there, but less often and not as dramatic. He and family were amazed at the difference. Also changed his vitamins to an organic brand with more B vitamins and added a probiotic. Over the weekend, he increased in the movements back to the previous state. More TV and video were involved during this time also. Is this because it is such a low amount per dose, or does that mean it is not as effective as we thought. I am hoping he needs more in his system and we should continue and possibly increase. Any feedback would be appreciated...
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