The Blend 'Restore'
Deep Healing Magnesium
Bath Flakes

a Therapeutic, CBD-infused
Deep Muscle Soak for
Pain, Inflammation, Anxiety, Insomnia, Muscle Cramps

Pain, Inflammation

Muscle Spasms

Leg Cramps/Charley Horse

Eczema, Psoriasis, Dermatitis

Insomnia, Stress, Anxiety

Inflammatory Skin Conditions

Itching & Irritations


 'Restore' dissolves beautifully in the bath.
Cannabinoid and Medicinal Terpene-infused Magnesium Flakes from the bottom of the sea make you feel like you're floating your
pain, inflammation and insomnia away!

The Blend 'Restore'
Deep Healing Magnesium Flakes
5 Clean Ingredients ...

  • Magnesium Chloride

    Naturally sourced from the sea, Magnesium Flakes are a highly concentrated form of magnesium chloride (a natural form of magnesium).

    What does Magnesium Chloride help with?
    Magnesium is responsible for over 3,000 processes in the body, there are many symptoms involved in its deficiency, include sore muscles, leg cramps, anxiety, irregular heartbeat, fatigue, high blood pressure and Osteoporosis. 

    Muscle Cramps + Inflammation
    While the most commonly know symptom which can be helped by Magnesium may be muscle cramps, in fact, many maladies can be caused by low magnesium.
    Topical magnesium can help with decreasing inflammation and even speed wound healing. It is also known to help with inflammatory skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, acne and dermatitis. 

    Magnesium is vital for our self-cleansing and detoxification responses, helping to dislodge toxic heavy metals from the body by shielding our cells from heavy metals such as aluminum, mercury, lead, cadmium, beryllium and nickel.
    This explains why we so desperately need Magnesium for heavy metal detoxification.

    Stress + Anxiety
    Adrenaline and cortisol, which are associated with stress and anxiety are linked with Magnesium deficiency.

    Magnesium has a critical role in our sleep cycle as it not only assists in initiating and organizing the process of the body of shutting down and resting, but it also plays a role in melatonin production and overall relaxing the body.

    Why we are all deficient in magnesium and how to tell?
    Magnesium is an essential element that is not created by the body, so we need to take it in from natural sources.  Taking Magnesium transdermally (soaking in a bath) is an efficient way of giving our bodies the Magnesium it requires.
    Magnesium is essential for the survival of our cells and is vital to help the body from heavy metals, humans are deficient in magnesium, especially since in today’s era ,our foods are primarily mono-cropped and grown in soils that are depleted from natural minerals. 

  • Full Spectrum Hemp Cannabinoids

    Cannabinoids should just mean healing because that’s what they do!
    They possess anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and anti-itch qualities.

    There is a theoretical mechanism for effect –since cannabinoid receptors (CB1 & CB2) are found throughout the body, including on the skin and because they are lipophilic and can be absorbed.
    Absorbing cannabinoids transdermally (in a bath) are anti-inflammatory, can reduce pain and help to rejuvenate skin.
    Cannabinoids are transformational for pain, inflammation, stress
    The powerful effects of cannabinoids provides relief which interacts with receptors in the skin
    CBD is known to relieve anxiety and can be absorbed through the epidermis.
    Softer skin is one of the obvious benefits, while physiological benefits include balanced mood, decreased pain and inflammation.

  • Medicinal Terpenes

    Terpenes are fragrant volatile compounds that act as the plant’s natural immune system, protecting it from bacteria, natural predators and environmental stresses.
    They help your body much the same way!
    Terpenes play a large role in CBD’s medicinal and therapeutic effectiveness.
    They enhance the effectiveness of CBD by reducing inflammation and calming the central nervous system.
    Terpenes assist in bringing the body to homeostasis

  • Lavender

    Lavender is known to soothe nerves, aid in relaxation and assist in inflammatory skin conditions. It is an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, bactericidal and analgesic. It relieves and soothes because of its properties including being vulnerary, rubefacient, cyphylactic and cicatrisant! 

      • Vulnerary – wound healing 

      • Rubefacient – blood circulation 

      • Cyphylactic – stimulate the generation of new cells 

      • Cicatrisant – skin-healing, wound healing or cell regeneration

    Lavender oil does a stellar job balancing the skin’s moisture barrier leaving it not too oily or too dry. It is calming for skin and helps reduce redness, blotchy patches, and acne scarring. Lavender oil’s anti-inflammatory properties make it great for soothing and healing skin that’s irritated or reddened from the sun, insect bites, or bacteria.
    Its’ antiseptic properties help the skin to heal faster while fighting and preventing infection. Lavender oil is a potent source of antioxidants and other beneficial phytochemicals making it useful for battling signs of premature aging. Antioxidants fight free radical damage caused by environmental stressors like UV rays and pollution.
    Lavender oil gently moisturizes skin and is non-comedogenic for pores.

  • Tahitian Lime

    Lime is a powerful support for your immune system.
    It is antiseptic, anti-bacterial and anti-viral. Lime can aid in detoxing the body and purifying the blood.
    Lime topically acts as an astringent in purifying the skin.
    Bathing in lime can elevate stress, anxiety and depression.

What people are saying...

I use this for my very annoying muscle cramps that kept me up all night.  After one bath I could notice a difference, The next night had another and slept almost through the whole night without waking, one little cramp that wasn't nearly as bad as they have been.
I am now using this every few days and it is wonderful, I use about 1.5 cups in very warm water and soak for at least an hour - it is divine, feels like you are floating on air. This is highly recommended if you get muscle cramps the way I do.

Dara C

My Psoriasis was acting up so I decided to try these Magnesium Flakes in my bath. I used them in place of Epsom Salts which I have to say I really liked. What a difference, not only do I have the best sleep, but the pain in my shoulder does not keep my up, I can toss and turn and am not awaken by the sharp pain I did before.  I use this in addition to the CBD, I like the CBD but this at night as well is just an amazing added bonus! Thank you Debbie for this suggestion.

Anna E

Your Questions Answered ...

  • What is the difference between Magnesium Flakes and Epsom Salts?

    Epsom salts (magnesium sulfate) is not as well suited for topical application as magnesium chloride (known as flakes). Magnesium Flakes can be more easily absorbed and utilized by the body than epsom salts, they are a highly soluble, potent form of magnesium which is ideal for fast acting topical and transdermal applications.

  • What is the difference between Magnesium Flakes and Dead Sea Salts?

    Dead Sea Salts are generally composed of 21 minerals and contain a much lower concentration of magnesium than Magnesium chloride/Magnesium flakes

  • Is transdermal Magnesium better than supplements?

    Remineralizing the body through the skin is a very viable and efficient way to pass substances to the circulatory system to then be carried through the body. In fact, bringing magnesium into the body transdermally is even more optimal than orally.  Some of the reasons for this better absorption include
    Magnesium from dietary supplements tends to have a laxative effect on the body, and when large quantities of magnesium are taken in a single dose, a smaller overall percentage of magnesium is absorbed.

  • What is the best way to use Magnesium Flakes?

    Magnesium flakes are most commonly used in a warm bath or when soaking feet. You can also make Magnesium Flakes into a highly effective spray by dissolving in boiling water in a 1:1 ratio, then store in a spray bottle after it cools.

  • Should I continue to use Magnesium supplements when using transdermally?

    It’s not necessary to supplement with Magnesium orally if you use the magnesium bath flakes on a regular basis, but , as always with natural supplements, you know your body best – it’s a matter of what works best for you.

  • Is there anyone who should be cautious about using Magnesium Flakes?

    As with any natural supplement, if you have health concerns and/or are pregnant, it is suggested you avoid until you have discussed with your Doctor or Healthcare Practitioner.

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How can Therapeutic Magnesium Flakes impact
your life?

Reduce Muscle Cramps and Spasms

Improve Quality of Sleep


Reduce Anxiety

Calm Eczema, Psoriasis, Dermatis

Reduce Pain and Inflammation


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