Here you will discover the magnesium bicarbonate water recipe and how to start using it to improve your health. It will also help improve your mental abilities. Studies show it not only improves health, it can make you smarter and help you learn faster.
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According to the RDA women need between 310 to 320 mg of magnesium daily. Men need between 400 to 420 mg of magnesium daily.
The magnesium bicarbonate recipe will help you make a form of magnesium that is easily absorbed. It is easy to create right in your kitchen.
Make sure this is OK with your healthcare provider if you are under a doctors care. Remember, even though a little is good, a lot more could be hazardous to your health.
have kidney disease or kidney dysfunction
are on blood pressure medications
have Myasthenia Gravis
are on antibiotics
have a slow heart rate
Diabetes Medicine: Glipizide (Glucotrol), Glyburide (Micronase, Glynase, Diabeta). Magnesium supplementation can lower your blood sugar. Low blood sugar may cause tremors (shaking), hunger, sweating, headache, heartbeat skips, confusion, nervousness, tiredness and vision problems. Doctors may use magnesium to help lower the dosage of certain diabetic medications. Only take mag supplementation under a doctors supervision if you are currently under a doctors care.
Neurontin: May result in decreased absorption of both the drug and the neurontin.
Doxycycline: Mag may make the doxycycline less effective. It is recommend to take the magnesium up to 3 hours before or after taking the medicine.
Minocycline: May make the drug less effective/ Recommended: take supplements 1-3 hours before or after taking the drug.
Tetracycline Hydrochloride: May make the drug less effective. Take mag 1-3 hours before or after taking the drug. The magnesium bicarbonate water recipe could make drugs you are on work either better or worse, resulting in unfavorable outcomes.
You will need two and at best, three things.
1 Bottle Milk of Magnesia (MOM)
Look for MOM that has no flavoring and no ingredients other than purified water. If the bottle has listed under inactive ingredients sodium hypochlorite (bleach) then you don't want to use it. Under inactive ingredients it should only say purified water.
MOM comes in different strengths. Get the bottle that has 400 mg per teaspoon (5 ml) or it will read 1200 mg per 15 ml (1 tablespoon). The water listed as the "inactive ingredient" should be 41.7% by weight.
This will provide in 1 tablespoon (1 TBS = 15 ml), 1200 mg of Mg of magnesium. You will be using 45 ml or three tablespoons for a total of 3600 mg in the 1 liter bottle.
1 Liter Carbonated Water.
The magnesium bicarbonate water recipe requires unflavored carbonated water or club soda. Examples include Schweppes Club Soda and Canada Dry Seltzer. It will only have water and carbon dioxide. The club soda has a small amount of sodium.
The third thing we recommend is a glass 1 gallon jug.
1 Gallon Glass Bottle
The 1 liter bottle of carbonated water will serve to mix the concentrate. The concentrate needs to be diluted to drinking strength. Most people, following the Water Cures Protocol, drink their water at room temperature. To avoid any risk of plastic leaching, the glass bottle is the safest way to store water.
Chill the carbonated water for at least 1 hour in the fridge.
Shake the MOM vigorously. In the soufflé cup that comes with the bottle, measure out 3 TBSP - 45 ml.
Take the refrigerated bottle of carbonated water and remove the cap. The less CO2 lost the better so do not stop to watch the tiny bubbles.
Pour the 3 TBSP - 45 ml of MOM into the 1 liter bottle. Replace the cap.
Shake the bottle well. Shake it for about 15 to 30 seconds. The bottle will be cloudy. This is part of the process. Return to the refrigerator. If you are a practical joker, then you can have some fun as you watch peoples eyes get big as you shake a bottle of seltzer water for a half minute. Or, you can see if you truly have the trust of a loved one as you ask them to shake it before putting it in the fridge.
After about 30 minutes, again shake the 1 liter bottle. Any MOM at the bottom will now be mixed. The bottle may become cloudy again. Shake for 15 to 30 seconds.
No need to worry about a soda explosion. The chemical reaction will make the bottle cave in slightly.
You now have dissolved (ionized) magnesium hydroxide and bicarbonate. No need to worry if there is any un-dissolved magnesium hydroxide on the bottom.What is Milk of Magnesia
MOM is basically magnesium oxide, the ashes left over once the metal magnesium has burned. Once these are added to water, the oxide becomes hydroxide. Magnesium, while a metal, has a unique property, it can catch on fire. While it burns, it makes it's own oxygen so the fire cannot be put out with water or normal fire extinguishers. It will even continue to burn if totally submerged under water.
The magnesium bicarbonate water recipe produces in a one liter bottle, 1,500 mg of magnesium and 7,500 mg of bicarbonate. Now it is necessary to dilute the concentrate to a drinkable strength.
The dilution ratio is 11 to 1. In the glass gallon jug
Fill the gallon bottle with preferably purified water, filtered water at the least. It needs to be fluoride free.
By the Bottle: To make 4 liters of magnesium water, the bottle needs 3 and 2/3 liters of water. Add 333 ml of the concentrate. The magnesium bicarbonate concentrate is about 1500 mg of magnesium per liter so you will have 3 2/3 liters of water and 1/3 liter of concentrate with 500 ml of the 1500 of mag per liter of magnesium making 125 ml magnesium per liter of drinking water).
In an 8 ounce glass you will get about 32 mg of magnesium (4 8 ounce glasses per liter) and 315 mg of magnesium bicarbonate.
By the Glass:
In a 10 ounce glass of water add one ounce of the concentrate. This will give you about 45 mil of magnesium.
According to the RDA...
Women need between 310 to 320 mg of magnesium daily.
Men need between 400 to 420 mg of magnesium daily.
If you eat a lot of vegetables, you may be getting up to 200 mg of magnesium. Especially chocolate, mushrooms, brown rice, almonds, hazelnuts, spinach and Lima beans.
If your a woman, based on these numbers, about three 8 ounce glasses will complete your needs (3 x 32mg = 98 mg magnesium + 200 mg from diet).
If you are a man, you may benefit from about 5 to 7 glasses (based on your body weight) with about 8 ounces each of magnesium water. Likewise, it is possible to drink 2 16 ounce bottles a day of the magnesium water.
Each ounce has about 3.8 mg of magnesium.