Swift Naturals- Herb Derived Medicine for Natural Healing

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I’ve had the pleasure of being able to try some products from Swift Naturals, and I am very excited to share my experience with you all!

Swift Naturals offers the BEST topical magnesium products out there. So many mag oils and lotions still have nasty ingredients like parabens, so I was very excited to find Swift Naturals and their awesome formulas. Their products are handcrafted in small batches in order to maintain quaility, strength and consistency.

I really LOVE the Be Calm Magnesium lotion. Magnesium oil can sting and it’s definitely not something that most people enjoy using. Magnesium lotion is the best solution for this issue! The Be calm lotion is great right before bed, especially if you have a tendency to toss and turn because of insomnia or anxiety. The best part? It is 100% natural! The ingredients: Magnesium Chloride, Distilled Water, MSM, Virgin coconut oil,
shea butter, avocado oil, beeswax, and therapeutic-grade Lavender essential oil. Finally I found a mag lotion that I feel comfortable using and recommending to others. And it smells AMAZING!

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I am definitely a huge fan of the mag lotion and sprays that Swift Naturals have, but their real shining star is the Pain Be Gone DEEP. This particular product is especially effective for those with bone, nerve, and muscle pain. Those that use it find almost instantaneous relief from their pain! And again, it is 100% natural! It is so hard to find good products like this that are truly natural.

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You can check out everything else that Swift Naturals offers here! They have bug spray, Diaper cream, Swedish Bitter for digestion, and more!

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5 Replies to “Swift Naturals- Herb Derived Medicine for Natural Healing”

          1. I loved your magnesium insight. I have a gel and it tingles/ almost burns when I put it on…

            I’m the same gal who asked you about copper basics on the Mavens a few days ago. 🙂

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