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Magnesium is an essential mineral involved in many enzymatic reactions. It is recommended to use it in order to reduce the effects of stress and to fight against fatigue. In the form of magnesium chloride, according to Dr Delbet and the many alternative medicine practitioners who advocate it, it's a powerful immune booster with a strong ability to fight infections.
¤ History of magnesium chloride begins with the 1914-1918 war. In 1915, Dr Delbet is sent to the front as a surgeon. He is bewildered by the number of wounded who die from infections despite the massive use of disinfectants. After trying different products in solution on cell cultures, he discovered that magnesium chloride increases dramatically phagocytosis (the ability of white blood cells to destroy harmful particles).
¤ He concluded from these studies that a solution of magnesium chloride is better than any other pharmaceutical product for cleaning wounds and help them to heal. He described these experiences in an article entitled "Cytophylaxie" in September 1945 and submit it to the French Academy of Medicine.
¤ In another scientific communication, Dr Delbet comments his work proving the effectiveness of magnesium chloride used in injections.
¤ In 1928, interested by the work of another French scientist, Grigard, on the power of organomagnesium compounds, he adds small amounts of otherchloride small amounts of other halogenated magnesium salts to magnesium chloride. Gradually, Dr Delbet noticed that magnesium chloride is useful in a wide range of diseases, including diseases of the digestive system or skin, allergies or circulatory problems. It further notes that it also gives energy to his patients. The scientific studies that he directed led him to assign to magnesium chloride a cancer preventive effect and the ability to treat precancerous lesions.
¤ In 1932, another French physician, Dr. Neveu, made studies based on the work of Dr Delbet. He then reported 15 poliomyelitis cases treated effectively with magnesium chloride. Later, he reported its effectiveness in a number of respiratory infections ranging from the common cold to pneumonia, bronchitis or flu, in some cases of gastroenteritis on abscesses or infected wounds.
¤ Despite reports published by these two doctors on the amazing results they have achieved with magnesium chloride, it is clear that there is little, if not no work validated and published in scientific journals. But alternative medicine practitioners are likely to use in everyday practice to restore energy when their patient are tired, for prevention or treatment of infectious diseases, and winter conditions, even to treat gastroenteritis. They use orally or as a disinfecting solution in the case of skin problems.
¤ MgCl2, as a vegetable capsule, has the advantage of protecting the consumer the very unpleasant taste of this treatment. Fans of the oral solution may, if they want to pour the contents of the capsule into a glass of water.