Magnesium flakes can be used to make "magnesium oil" much cheaper than you can buy it already in liquid form. Just add about 1 part magnesium flakes to about 2 to 3 parts filtered water (boiled), let cool and you have "magnesium oil" that you can put in a spray bottle and treat your skin. It can be sprayed on and rubbed in to help absorb magnesium into your body, or you can use some flakes in a foot soak, or in a bath if you like. We rub some "oil" on our temples or forehead when we have a headache, and it normally solves the problem.
Magnesium/Salt Baths are great for…
Increasing insulin sensitivity
Better nutrient absorption
Speeding up wound healing
During illness, especially respiratory illness
For children to help mineral absorption and improve sleep
For acne, eczema or other skin problems
For joint pain relief
To help relieve poison ivy or skin reactions
Improving skin hydration
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Matsuura family built Hinodake Castle on Kameoka hill across Hirado in 1599.
When going to the Castle from the town, people had to go by ferryboat or long detour because for reasons of defense, no bridge had been constructed.
In 1669, the ferry service was banished and a wooden bridge called Saiwai-bashi bridge was constructed.
The bridge was used by many people, and Matsuura family replaced it with an arch-type stone bridge in 1702.
The stone bridge is called as Dutch Bridge, because the mason Toyosaki who took part in the construction of a Dutch trading post in Hrado at the beginning of the 17th Century learned from Dutchman the technique of building an arch-type bridge and utilized it in construction of the stone bridge.