Recommended Dietary Allowances of Magnesium for Children and Adults (National Institute of Health USA)
The usage of magnesium is based on the body’s weight. For example for a 110 pound person the recommended dosage is 300mg while for a person with the weight of 154 pound should use 420mg. The most noticeable side effect is loose stool or diarrhoea. The normal intake of magnesium according to Mark Sircus is about 300 to 400mg a day. He explains the appropriate dosage of magnesium for oral intake is approximately 6-8mg per body weight per day. (1) (2) (3)
Age Men Women Pregnancy Lactation
1-3 80 mg 80 mg - -
4-8 130 mg 130 mg - -
9-13 240 mg 240 mg - -
410 mg 360 mg
400 mg 310 mg
31+ 420 mg 320 mg 360 mg 320 mg
1. Sircus, M. Transdermal Magnesium Therapy, Phaelos Books, p.44, 2007.
Dean, C. The Magnesium Miracle’ Ballantine Books,
3. Qais, M. Magnesium: The Health Restorer- The Missing Link To Recovery
How To Use Magnesium (Body Food)
Suggested Use for Consumption:
Adults: 1-6 drops/250 ml in water, juice or beverage, 2-3 times daily. Do not consume undiluted.
Children: 1 drop /200 ml in water, juice or beverage, 2 times daily.
Transdermal Usage of Magnesium (Body Food)
Skin: Gently spray magnesium on your skin and feel the rejuvenation and silky skin. Do not be surprised to see your wrinkles are vanished.
Dental: Gently spray magnesium into your mouth and feel your gums and teeth are strengthened.
Foot: Soak your feet about 20-30 minutes and feel the freshness.
Pain: Apply and rub magnesium in effected area such as aches, pains, muscle crumb and joints pain and feel the relief.
Cognitive: Magnesium improves your memory and assists you to learn better.
Do not apply directly on your wound, face and eyes, unless diluted.
Reduced usage recommended (under the supervision of a doctor) for low blood pressure and severe
adrenal weakness. Not recommended for severe kidney problems and with myasthenia gravis.